Declan Dunn's (Adrian Pasdar) fascination with mystical phenomena began several years ago when he was buried under an avalanche and given up for dead. After he miraculously survived, he committed his life to investigating miracles and the absolute proof of their existence. Now a professor of Anthropology at Northern University of Oregon, Declan has the training, support staff and the opportunity to study the uncanny, inexplicable phenomena people call "miracles." Each week, Declan and a skeptical psychiatrist, Peggy (Rae
Dawn Chong), embark on an adventure of the impossible: The quest to explain what science cannot.

Episode 1.21. "Do You See What I See?"
Declan's mentor, an anthropologist (Barry Corbin), has unsettling visions caused by a brain tumor.

Professor Rudy Sullivan. Barry plays an archeologist who begins to see things like aliens, camels, clowns, wolves and people he knew in the past. After undergoing extensive medical studies, doctors find out that this string of hallucinations is caused by a brain tumor awakening scenes from his younger years. This makes Sullivan reflect on his life and realize he is alone. Before surgery he advices Declan (Adrian Pasdar), his protégée, to find somebody to love before it's too late.
Barry exhibits a wide range of his skills as an actor as Sullivan is seen scared, angry, mad, tender, and even crying throughout this episode.


SULLIVAN: Who the hell is Peggy?
DECLAN: She's a psychiatrist.
SULLIVAN: You think I'm going nuts!
DECLAN: No, I don't. Not at all. I'm just worried about you, Rudy.

SULLIVAN: I don't mean any disrespect, Dr. Fowler, I'm sure you're very competent in your area. But, uh, I don't think psychotherapy is the answer for me.
FOWLER: And why is that?
SULLIVAN: I've never been much of a one for introspection.
FOWLER: Ah, a man of action.
SULLIVAN: You could say that.
FOWLER: I understand you've taken hallucinogens as part of your research.
SULLIVAN: Those drugs brought on images that were very different, very, uh, abstract.
FOWLER: I see.
SULLIVAN: This has nothing to do with my work, Doctor.
FOWLER: Okay, what about personal relationships? Family, friends...
SULLIVAN: (Sigh) Good.
FOWLER: Professor, if your students gave you one-word answers...
SULLIVAN: All right. I have a brother in Baltimore, a couple of nieces. We get together once a year for turkey and stuffing. That's it.
FOWLER: And that's how you like it?
SULLIVAN: That's the way it is.
FOWLER: Ah, what about friends?
SULLIVAN: I have friends all over, Dr. Fowler. I've got friends on every continent.
FOWLER: What about close friends? I mean, people that you call up just to chat.
SULLIVAN: I don't chat. Does that make me nuts?
FOWLER: No...and I don't think you're nuts.
SULLIVAN: We agree on something, then.
FOWLER: But that doesn't mean that your problem isn't psychological.
SULLIVAN: So, what are we going to do about it? Am I having another hour of head shrinking?
FOWLER: Well, before we can continue, I'd like to schedule a physical. It's just a precaution.
FOWLER: Excellent.

SULLIVAN: (Chuckles) You hear that, Declan? It's not an open door to the spirit world. It's just a brain tumor.

SULLIVAN: But Declan...I'm lonely. (Sigh) I--I guess it took this brain tumor to wake me up. And now it's too late.
DECLAN: Don't say that. It's not too late.
SULLIVAN: Yeah...for me. But if I've learned one thing in this, it's for you, Declan. Find somebody you love, somebody who'll love you back, and then cling together...for all you're worth, 'cause the rest of it is not worth a hill of beans.




  • 1.21 "Do You See What I See?"
Original Air Date
  • Tuesday, February 6, 2001.
  • TV Series. Drama. Paranormal.
Directed By
  • Rick Stevenson.

Executive Producers

  • Carl Binder.
  • Peter O'Fallon.
  • Harold Tichenor.
  • Kevin Beggs.

Produced By

  • David Willson.
  • Jonathan Goodwill.


Main Cast

  • Adrian Pasdar as Declan Dunn.

  • Rae Down Chong as Peggy Fowler.

  • Barry Corbin guest stars as Professor Rudy Sullivan.

Filming Locations

  • British Columbia, Canada.

Running Time

  • 60 Minutes.


  • TV-PG.


  • Paxson Entertainment.
  • Lions Gate Television.
  • M Ways Productions Corp.





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