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THE PASSAGE: Season 1, Episode 2: You Owe Me a Unicorn Plot Synopsis, Guest Stars, & Air Date [Fox]

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The Passage Pilot Plot Synopsis, Guest Stars, and Air Date

A press release has been issued for The Passage, which will airs on Fox. The press release consists of the plot synopsis of the second episode of Season 1 of The Passage entitled You Owe Me a Unicorn. The contents of that press release can be found below.

The Passage You Owe Me a Unicorn Press Release

THE SEARCH FOR BRAD AND AMY INTENSIFIES ON AN ALL-NEW “THE PASSAGE” MONDAY, JANUARY 21, ON FOX

Amy and a wounded Brad continue on the run from Richards and attempt to seek refuge with an elusive, ex-military instructor of Brad’s (guest star Kecia Lewis), while Lila tries to help from afar. Meanwhile, at Project NOAH, Dr. Lear reflects on the decisions that compelled him to involve Fanning in his research, and testing of the virus on Anthony Carter begins, as the epidemic in China spreads and the race for a cure intensifies in the all-new “You Owe Me a Unicorn” episode of THE PASSAGE airing Monday, Jan. 21 (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. (PSG-102) (TV-14 L, V)

Cast: Mark-Paul Gosselaar as Brad Wolgast, Saniyya Sidney as Amy Bellafonte, Jamie McShane as Tim Fanning, Caroline Chikezie as Major Nichole Sykes, Emmanuelle Chriqui as Dr. Lila Kyle, Brianne Howey as Shauna Babcock, McKinley Belcher III as Anthony Carter, Henry Ian Cusick as Dr. Jonas Lear and Vincent Piazza as Clark Richards.

Guest Cast: Jason Fuchs as Grey, Jennifer Ferrin as Elizabeth Lear, Kecia Lewis as Lacey Antoine and Alex Morf as Simmons.

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