A Rambaldi artefact prophesises that an apocalyptic event will soon take place, and Dixon's grief leads Vaughn and agency psychologist Dr. Barnett to question his intentions, as his thirst for revenge on Sloane intensifies.
Meanwhile Sloane receives a life-changing revelation from a mysterious monk in Nepal, Sydney and Dixon hunt for the killer who stole the heart from his victim, and Marshall falls for a new co-worker.
original airdate--April 27,2003 rating--7.96 million
music--Theme song composed by J.J. Abrams performed by Charles Fernandez
MARSHALL: Um, okay, uh, take a look right here. Now, these drawings are amazing. Like, Da Vinci-in-his-prime amazing. But the what-could-he-have-possibly-been-smoking element? Well, that is right here. Now, take a look in the corner. You see these little drawings in the corner of the pages? Now, they look just like normal squiggles or doodling, you know, like-like you would do while you're on the phone talking to-- Although... he probably wouldn't be on the phone because, you know, it was the fifteenth century and they didn't actually have phones yet but, um, they are actually specific strands of DNA. Now, I strung them all together and I got a DNA fingerprint.
BRANDON: The DNA of this man. Protero Di Regno, private citizen, living in Panama City. He works as an art restorer.
VAUGHN: You're saying that five hundred years ago Rambaldi drew the DNA profile of a man who's alive today?
CARRIE: It gets even better. Di Regno's DNA profile was a code key. It let us decrypt page 94 of the Rambaldi manuscript.
DIXON: What's on the page?