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ReGenesis: Lethargica

NorBAC uses innovative scientific methods to track the source of mutating radiation that is affecting fish on the East Coast of Canada to radioactive fuel rods that were dumped into the Ocean in the 1950’s. The environmental fall out could be catastrophic.

Jill is rushed to the hospital, where doctors struggle to save her life. Meanwhile, National Guardsmen in the U.S. continue to deteriorate. To David’s surprise, Jill’s symptoms match those of the soldiers. How could the retrovirus Jill found in her stem cells have also infected the soldiers? The U.S. military may have the answer in an untested antidote, but refuse to release it in time to save Jill’s life. Once again David is forced to ignore protocol by administering Jill with the untested antidote.

David contemplates a radical experiment on his father who is in the early stages of Alzheimer’s.


Episode Info


Episode number: 2x12
Airdate: Sunday June 04th, 2006

Director: John L'Ecuyer
Writer: Tracey Forbes


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Guest Stars
Billy MacLellanBilly MacLellan
As Earl
Recurring
Darren BoydDarren Boyd
As Simon Jessop
Recurring
Marc StrangeMarc Strange
As Toumas Sandstrom
Recurring
Maurice Dean WintMaurice Dean Wint
As Connor McGuinn
Recurring
Roy LewisRoy Lewis
As Dr Henshaw
Recurring
Victoria FodorVictoria Fodor
As Receptionist
Recurring
Sherry WhiteSherry White
As Mother
Episode Notes
Additional music:
Bite the Dust
Taking It Up an Octave
Performed and Composed by Robert Carli



Music
ArtistSong TitlePlayed When
Soma SonicThe Well 


Warning: ReGenesis season 2 episode 12 guide may contain spoilers
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