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Martin Bohm, a widower and single father trying to connect with his mute 11-year-old son Jake, is led to a pawn shop where a robbery triggers a sequence of unpredictable events that connect a distraught flight attendant in New York, a son visiting from India on a mission to spread his father's ashes, a middle school magician in Moscow, a cancer patient in New York and a mobster in the Bronx. It's up to Jake and Martin to link the thread between them all.

Source: FOX

Episode Info

Episode number: 1x2
Airdate: Thursday March 22nd, 2012

Director: (Unknown)
Writer: (Unknown)

Alternate Airdates:

UK (sky 1) Mar 27, 2012
AU (ten) Apr 29, 2012
Hungary Oct 20, 2013


Main Cast
Kiefer SutherlandKiefer Sutherland
As Martin Bohm
Gugu Mbatha-RawGugu Mbatha-Raw
As Clea Hopkins
David MazouzDavid Mazouz
As Jacob "Jake" Bohm
Danny GloverDanny Glover
As Professor Arthur Teller


The scene opens with Martin finally realizing his son’s gift, looking at it as a way to communicate with him. Jake gets his father to realize that these “numbers” will lead him to certain people and places. People that Martin is supposed to help in some way. However, Clea Hopkins, a social worker that has been assigned to helping Jake, does not believe in what Martin is saying, and threatens to call the police if Jake does not come with her. Pressed with a tough decision, Martin ultimately decides to let Clea take Jake with her. He tells Jake the bad news that he’s going back to the facility, and Jake responds by writing a number on his father’s hand. Martin looks the number up at work and sees that it is the number of a pawn shop in the city. At the airport, a flight attendant walks into a man who drops the urn of his father. ..

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