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A mysterious woman enters George's life and quickly seduces him. However, she soon unleashes her charms on Jim and puts his superpowers to use on her behalf. Meanwhile, Stephanie has to decide whether to transform one of King's patients to maintain her cover, and Daphne has to deal with Chris' suspicions that the Powells are more than they seem.
Dr. King arrives at his facility as they bring in a patient, Lucas Winnick, who is dying of lymphoma. King agrees that they should treat him, but wants someone new to give the injection...Read the full recap
Jim: Hey, does this guy look familiar to you?
George: No, but he’s a hell of a good-looking guy. What? I’m secure enough in my masculinity to recognize a good-looking guy when I see one.
George: Girl smells like angel food cake, but she tastes like French toast.
Jim: She sounds... fattening.
Chris Minor: Uh... listen, we need to talk.
Daphne: You do realize that saying “we need to talk” to your girlfriend has ominous connotations?
JJ: See? Aren’t you glad you brought me now? Who else do you know who could pick a lock?
George: Just about every other guy that I put away.
Sophie Adler: You can’t stop him or me.
Stephanie: You may have altered Jim’s system to make him think that he’s in love with you. But I can tell you that there’s one thing stronger than chemical love, and that’s true love.
Stephanie: Don’t do this. Whatever you feel for Sophie, it’s not real. You and me—we’re real. Eighteen years of candlelit dinners... backyard football games, a-arguing over shelving units... seeing your daughter born... and JJ’s first stitches... remember? I was so scared and you held my hand and you said everything was going to be okay, and I believed you. It’s—it’s like you said. We fit. This is real.