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The Invisible Man
Episode 8 : Liberty & Larceny

Duration  :   44m


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Episode 8 : Liberty & Larceny

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Season 1

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44m

Darien is contacted by his former mentor and partner, Liz, who wants his help. She wants him to return to his thieving ways and help her steal some FBI files on a mobster who has hired her. Initially reluctant, Darien eventually grows aggravated with the Agency's treatment of him and links up with her. Covertly using his powers of invisibility, Darien manages to get hold of the files, only to realize that the mobster plans to use them to kill a government witness against him. Darien tries to thw ...


Episodes
Episode 1 : Pilot (1)
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Episode 2 : Pilot (2)
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Episode 3 : The Catevari
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Episode 4 : Ralph
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Episode 5 : Tiresias
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Episode 6 : Impetus
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Episode 7 : The Devil You Know
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Episode 9 : The Value of Secrets
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Episode 10 : Separation Anxiety
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Episode 11 : It Hurts When You Do This
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Episode 12 : The Other Invisible Man
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Episode 13 : Reunion
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Episode 14 : Cat & Mouse
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Episode 15 : Beholder
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Episode 16 : Ghost of a Chance
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Episode 17 : Flowers for Hobbes
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Episode 18 : Perchance to Dream
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Episode 19 : Frozen in Time
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Episode 20 : Diseased
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Episode 21 : The Lesser Evil
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Episode 22 : Money for Nothing (1)
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Episode 23 : Money for Nothing (2)
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Episode 24 : It's a Small World
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