Nowhere Man (TV Series 1995–1996)
|1||Absolute Zero (Pilot) (28 Aug. 1995) |
Photographer Thomas Veil finds his life is erased overnight because of a picture he took of an execution.
|2||Turnabout (4 Sep. 1995) |
Mistaken for the doctor who erased his identity, Thomas Veil is brought to a clinic run by the people chasing him -- and asked to break a woman who also knows too much.
|3||The Incredible Derek (11 Sep. 1995) |
Traveling to Georgia in search of the vehicle in his photograph, Thomas comes across a young boy whose psychic powers offer insight into Veil's problems.
|4||Something About Her (18 Sep. 1995) |
Veil is captured and implanted with memories of a life with another woman.
|5||Paradise on Your Doorstep (25 Sep. 1995) |
Thomas is lured to an apparently idyllic community composed of people like himself who have had their identities erased.
|6||The Spider Webb (9 Oct. 1995) |
While tracking down information about a friend, Veil discovers a television show that parallels his life.
|7||A Rough Whimper of Insanity (23 Oct. 1995) |
Veil befriends a reclusive computer genius who offers to help Thomas find out more about what happened to him.
|8||The Alpha Spike (30 Oct. 1995) |
Veil goes undercover at an elite boarding school where the students are being subjected to subliminal programming.
|9||You Really Got a Hold on Me (6 Nov. 1995) |
Veil meets a jaded fellow fugitive from the Organization who is preparing to kill himself.
|10||Father (13 Nov. 1995) |
When he returns to his hometown, Veil encounters his father, a man with secrets of his own.
|11||The Enemy Within (20 Nov. 1995) |
After being shot while trespassing, Veil is nursed back to health by a woman to whom he feels a growing attraction.
|12||It's Not Such a Wonderful Life (27 Nov. 1995) |
Veil is located by a federal prosecutor who needs Thomas to make a case against the Organization -- and who can give him his old life back in the process.
|13||Contact (15 Jan. 1996) |
Someone from within the Organization contacts Veil and offers him assistance in return for killing someone -- the man who erased Thomas's old life.
|14||Heart of Darkness (22 Jan. 1996) |
Guided by a database with information about the Organization, Veil goes undercover as a recruit for a paramilitary organization.
|15||Forever Jung (5 Feb. 1996) |
Unexplained deaths in a nursing home lead Veil to a project designed to reverse the aging process -- and turns its subjects into deadly assassins.
|16||Shine a Light on You (12 Feb. 1996) |
Looking for a man named in the database, Veil finds a town experiencing UFO sightings that may be connected to the man's disappearance.
|17||Stay Tuned (19 Feb. 1996) |
Veil stumbles across a mind control experiment in an upstate New York town that is being used by a gubernatorial candidate to win office.
|18||Hidden Agenda (26 Feb. 1996) |
Veil relates the story of how he took the "Hidden Agenda" photograph to the Organization traitor who supplied him with the database, unaware that the Organization is monitoring the conversation.
|19||Doppelganger (18 Mar. 1996) |
Veil learns that someone in the town he is visiting shares his face and identity.
|20||Through a Lens Darkly (8 Apr. 1996) |
Brought to an abandoned farmhouse, Veil is forced to relive his memories of Laura, a woman from his past.
|21||Dark Side of the Moon (15 Apr. 1996) |
Veil is mugged for his bag with the negatives inside by a street gang member who gets shot and the gang think Veil killed him.
|22||Calaway (29 Apr. 1996) |
Suffering from severe insomnia, Veil makes his way back to Calaway Hospital, where one of the former inmates is now supervising his treatment.
|23||Zero Minus Ten (6 May 1996) |
Veil wakes up to find himself in the hospital supposedly recovering from a car accident -- and back in his old life.
|24||Marathon (13 May 1996) |
An intercepted radio transmission leads Veil to an FBI investigation of the Organization.
|25||Gemini (20 May 1996) |
Veil avoids the operatives of the conspiracy to retrieve the FBI's case file on the mysterious organization that erased him. Veil learns from the file that an FBI operative named "Gemini" was investigating the conspiracy and compiled the FBI dossier. Taking refuge in Gemini's last known safe house in Virginia, Veil discovers the original untouched negative of "Hidden Agenda". The untouched negative appears to connect the conspiracy to the highest levels of government. Veil contacts Senator William Wallace (Hal Linden), who may be the next target of the conspiracy, to ...