Tag: TheInvisibleMan

vincent ventresca as darien fawkes in the invisible man (2000)

The Time Machine

Rating: PG-13Category: Humor/Action.Summary: The Agency's latest project causes some unusual results.Timeline: Season 3.Disclaimer: The Invisible Man characters belong to their respective entities. Made-ups are mine and mine alone. Darien Fawkes approached the Keeper's lab in search of another discussion on getting the gland out of his brain. "Claire? Hey, Keep, ya in here?" Darien called. It was a literal ghost town in the Keep. "That's strange." He began asking around to no avail. Finally, he was able to get the slightest hint from Eberts. She worked on a "top secret" project for the Agency and would be unavailable until the…

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Rachel Weisz as Caroline Santiago

Center Stage

Rating: PG-13Category: Humor/Action.Summary: A notorious freelance agent returns to the Agency's stratosphere, which causes people to question her allegiance.Timeline: Mid-season 2.Disclaimer: The Invisible Man characters belong to their respective entities. Made-ups are mine and mine alone. It was a typical day at the Agency. Darien Fawkes had just gotten his shot of counteragent and Alex Monroe was already in the Official's office waiting for Darien and Bobby Hobbes to get news about their new assignment. "So what's the deal, boss?" Hobbes asked the Official. "Eberts!" Charlie barked. "An ex-CIA agent has returned to the United States from Asia and our…

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A Pet Shop of Horrors/The Invisible Man (2000) crossover

Pet Shop of Horrors: Whistle

Rating: PG-13Category: Humor/Action/Drama.Summary: Claire begins to question her worth as a human being when the Agency is pawned off on the FBI for a most unusual case.Timeline: Mid-season 2.Disclaimer: Pet Shop of Horrors and The Invisible Man characters belong to their respective entities. Made-ups are mine and mine alone. Claire Keeply had been thinking about men more and more, especially since that New Year's Day. Another sad night spent alone, she had watched as couples left bars arm in arm with silly little smiles on their happy faces. She had drowned her sorrows, burying her work in the lab. She…

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