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THE 4400 2004 TV Series
  • Barbara Yates: If you're implying this is witch hunt, I disagree.
    Jordan Collier: You're not the one being burned at the stake.
    (Season 1 episode Becoming)

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  • Art Galleries
    • AION Gallery
      • Alana's art gallery in the real world, owned by someone else in Tom and Alana's alternate reality. (Season 2 episode Life Interrupted)
      • TWO SPACEMEN RETURN FROM CRASH IN DESERT
      • THREE SPACEMEN RETURN FROM CRASH; ALL ALIVE
      • LONE SPACEMAN COMPLETES JOURNEY; LANDS IN DESERT
  • Artwork
    • Alana in Repose
      • Oil on canvas painting by artist Claude Perriot from 1885, 1 of 6 that he painted of her. (Season 4 episode The Wrath of Graham)
  • Automotive Services
    • Marine Garage
      • Garage in Friday Harbor where Oliver the Friday Harbor Killer, selects a new victim. (Season 1 episode Becoming)
  • Banks
    • Columbia Fidelity
      • Bank with malfunctioning ATM spewing cash all over the street. (Season 4 exit Ghost in the Machine) Bank in Seattle where NTAC tracks victims of young autistic boy whose father gave him a shot of Promicin and now causes others to hallucinate their fears. (Season 4 episode Fear Itself)
    • Washington Prime
      • 4400 returnee Trent Applebaum's bank in Seattle. (Season 2 episode Weight of the World) Bank in Seattle where NTAC tracks victims of young autistic boy whose father gave him a shot of Promicin and now causes others to hallucinate their fears. (Season 4 episode Fear Itself) Bank with malfunctioning ATM spewing cash all over the street. (Season 4 exit Ghost in the Machine)
  • Bars and Night Clubs
    • Chauncey's
      • Seattle bar, location of Richard's old army buddies' private wake for their friend Milt. (Season 2 episode Rebirth)
  • Books-Biography
    • Maia's Diary: Things I See
      • Diana Skouris' adopted precognitive daughter Maia's diary, in which she recorded her visions. (Season 2 episode Wake Up Call, Part 2)
  • Books-Nonfiction
    • Forty Four Hundred and Counting
      • Book by former real estate mogul Jordan Collier. (Season 2 episode Wake Up Call, Part 1)
  • Bookstores
    • Nick's Newspaper & Smoke Shop
      • Store next door to Marcus Chase Realty, the company where Tom's ex-wife Linda works. (Season 2 episode Hidden)
  • Buildings and Landmarks
    • The 4400 Center
      • Sanctuary for 4400 returnees in Seattle, Washington, founded by Jordan Collier.
  • Cafes and Delis
    • The Corner Cafe
      • Cafe in Evanston, Washington, the abandoned town where Jordan Collier and his Promicin positive followers live. (Season 4 episode Try the Pie)
  • Cemeteries and Graveyards
    • Crown Ridge Cemetery
      • Where Maia tells her foster parents they will be buried. They receive a pamphlet in the mail the next day, returning her to quarantine shortly thereafter. (Pilot episode)
  • Charities
    • St. Alban's Kitchen
      • Soup kitchen where NTAC searches for Jordan Collier. "Helping feed the homeless" (Season 3 episode The Gospel According to Collier)
  • Churches, Religions and Religious Organizations
    • White Light
      • Religious cult founded in 1918 that believed a messiah would return from the dead and lead the world to salvation through an elixir - which Kyle Baldwin believes is Jordan Collier. (Season 4 episode Fear Itself)
  • Cities and Towns - U.S.
    • Evanston, Washington
      • Abandoned town where Jordan Collier and his Promicin positive followers live. "A place to call home" (Season 4 episode Try the Pie)
    • Granite Pass, Oregon
      • Town where 4400 returnee and plague carrier Jean Delynn Baker unintentionally kills all the residents. (Season 2 episode Carrier)
    • Newfield, Washington
      • Washington town where Kevin Burkhoff and Tess Doerner hide out. "Home of Washington's largest petrified tree stump" (Season 3 episode Terrible Swift Sword)
    • Point Breeze, Washington
      • Home of 4400 returnee Tyler Downing. (Season 3 episode The New World, Part 1)
    • Promise City
      • Jordan Collier's new sanctuary for Promicin positive people in Seattle. (Season 4 episode Till We Have Built Jerusalem)
    • Weldon, Idaho
      • Town in Idaho where Richard Tyler is arrested after going on the run from Jordan Collier. (Season 2 episode Suffer the Children)
  • Comic Books
    • Don Incubus, Demon P.I. (comic book)
      • Comic book to be adapted into a movie by 4400 returnee and low budget horror movie director Curtis Peck. (Season 4 episode The Marked)
  • Computers and Software
    • Enzyme
      • Operating system made by Ubient Software. (Season 4 exit Ghost in the Machine)
    • Ubient Software
      • High tech software company whose CEO may be a double agent from the future. At least according to 4400 returnee and low budget horror movie director Curtis Peck. (Season 4 episode The Marked)
  • Construction Companies
    • William Wayne Construction Company
      • Company that bought the blasting caps that were used to construct the bomb that killed Returnee Mary Deneville. (Season 1 episode Trial by Fire)
  • Convenience Stores and Gas Stations
    • Aers Gas
      • Gas station. (Season 2 episode Voices Carry) Kevin Burkhoff and Tess Doerner's gas station in Newfield, Washington. (Season 3 episode Terrible Swift Sword)
    • Evanston Gas Station
      • 
Gas station in Evanston, Washington, the abandoned town where Jordan Collier and his Promicin positive followers live. (Season 4 episode Try the Pie)
  • Cookies
    • Wonderland Cookies
      • Cookies that contain Blink, a powerful hallucinogen containing a substance similar to Promicin that causes users to see people from their past. (Season 3 episode Blink)
  • Corporations
    • Executive Projections
      • A multinational corporation based in Zimbabwe, whose real money comes from mercenary activity and arms dealing. (Season 2 episode Voices Carry)
    • Haspel Corporation
      • Defense contracting company where Dennis Ryland now works. (Season 3 episode Graduation Day)
  • Counselors, Psychiatrists and Therapists
    • Walt Saperstein
      • Psychiatrist at Feeney Memorial, a hospital in Seattle, Washington. (Season 4 episode The Marked)
  • Diners
    • Frenchies! Diner
      • 50's style Diner where Tess Doerner makes people dance all night. (Season 4 exit Daddy's Little Girl)
  • Doctors
    • Dr. Hodler
      • Doctor at Mercy Hospital, the hospital where 4400 returnee and fetus healer Edwin Mayuya work. (Season 2 episode Rebirth)
    • Dr. Mayhew
      • Kyle's doctor. (Season 1 episode The New and Improved Carl Morrissey)
  • Drugs-Recreational
    • Blink
      • New powerful hallucinogen, a recreational drug that hits the streets of Seattle, containing a substance similar to Promicin, that causes users to see people from their past. (Season 3 episode Blink)
  • Energy and Power Companies
    • Anexxo
      • Energy and communications company where the guy works that April and her new boyfriend attempt to steal money from, but her boyfriend ends up dead. (Season 4 episode The Truth and Nothing But the Truth)
  • Essays and Reports
    • The 4400: A Report On The Return of The 4400 Missing Persons
      • Government report that Tom and Diana find in the apartment of a Nova Group member. (Season 3 episode The New World, Part 1)
    • The Eukaryotic Phase of Mitosis
      • College paper credited to Molly Caldicott, Dwight Robson, Iris Fitzsimmons, and Kyle Baldwin - though Kyle didn't actually contribute. (Season 2 episode Lockdown)
    • Forest Renewal
      • Paper that Darren Piersahl wrote about a goal he achieved in order to get into Dennis Ryland's military Promicin program. (Season 3 episode The Starzl Mutation)
  • Fairs, Festivals and Parades
    • Sweet & Spicy Seattle Festival
      • Food festival in Seattle where Tom and Diana track down the Wonderland Cookies that are dosed with Blink. (Season 3 episode Blink)
  • Fast Food-Hot Dogs
    • Mr. Tube Steak
      • Hot dog vendor named Tony that Maia tells Diana is going to fall in love today. (Season 1 episode White Light)
  • Flower Shops
    • Rainland Flower Shop
      • Returnee Mary Deneville's father's flower shop. (Season 1 episode Trial by Fire)
  • Fraternities and Sororities
    • Phi Sigma Alpha Tau
      • Kyle attends the 6th annual Last Days of Pompeii Party, blacking out shortly after arriving. (Season 2 episode Weight of the World)
  • Gift Shops
    • June's House of Gifts
      • Store where Lily persues a copy of Jordan Collier's book. (Season 2 episode Wake Up Call, Part 1)
  • Government Entities and Agencies/Bureaus/Councils
    • NTAC
      • National Threat Assessment Command. A division of the Department of Homeland Security. (Pilot episode)
  • Grocery Stores
    • Berry's Market
      • Abandoned grocery store in Promise City, Jordan Collier's new sanctuary for Promicin positive people in Seattle. (Season 4 episode Till We Have Built Jerusalem)
  • Halls, Opera Houses and Theaters
    • Massoni Theater
      • Abandoned theater in Promise City, Jordan Collier's new sanctuary for Promicin positive people in Seattle. (Season 4 episode Till We Have Built Jerusalem)
  • High Schools
    • Adelai Stevenson High School
      • No description available
    • Adlai Stevenson High School
      • Extra Crispy 4400 Graham Holt's high school in Washington. (Season 4 episode The Wrath of Graham)
    • Seacrest Senior High School
      • Shawn and Danny's high school in Seattle. (Pilot episode)
  • Home Furnishing Stores
    • Renovation Warehouse
      • Store where the Marked Tom Baldwin hides from Diana. (Season 4 exit Tiny Machines)
  • Hospitals
    • Feeney Memorial
      • Hospital in Seattle, Washington. (Season 4 episode The Marked)
    • Mercy Hospital
      • The hospital where 4400 returnee and fetus healer Edwin Mayuya work. (Season 2 episode Rebirth)
    • Seattle Presbyterian Hospital
      • 
Hospital that featured the flawed Starzl radiation machines. (Season 3 episode The Starzl Mutation)
    • St. Ambrose Hospital
      • Hospital where Shawn heals Nikki's father's cancer. (Season 3 episode The Home Front) Hospital where Danny Farrell takes his mother after unintentionally infecting her with Promicin, kicking off an epidemic. (Season 4 episode The Great Leap Forward)
    • St. Bede's
      • Seattle area hospital where Kyle works in Tom and Alana's alternate reality. (Season 2 episode Life Interrupted)
    • St. Michael's
      • Hospital where Maia is taken to bring her fever down. (Season 2 episode Lockdown)
  • Hospitals-Mental Health
    • Abendson Psychiatric Hospital
      • Psychiatric hospital where future Returnee Tess Doerner spent time from 1953-1955, when she disappeared April 3, 1955. (Season 2 episode Wake Up Call, Part 1)
    • Crestview Sanitarium
      • Psychiatric hospital where future Returnee Tess Doerner spent time from 1942-1945. (Season 2 episode Wake Up Call, Part 1)
    • Prairie Medical Center
      • Psychiatric hospital where future Returnee Tess Doerner spent time from 1948-1951. (Season 2 episode Wake Up Call, Part 1)
  • Institutes
    • Arnold Sinclair Institute For Child Development
      • 4400 Heather Tobey's new school. (Season 4 episode Audrey Parker's Come and Gone)
  • Insurance Services
    • Kensington & Bailey
      • Orson's old life insurance company. (Pilot episode)
  • Laboratories
    • Drandix Laboratories
      • 4400 returnee Trent Applebaum sells his saliva as a weight loss treatment. (Season 2 episode Weight of the World)
  • Laws and Statutes
    • Dinstman-Lenhoff Bill
      • Maia registered her precognitive insight ability under the Dinstman-Lenhoff Bill. (Season 2 episode Wake Up Call, Part 1) Legislation written by Senator Roalnd Lenhoff. (Season 4 episode The Truth and Nothing But the Truth)
    • Emergency Quarantine Order 74
      • Law passed to contain the 4400 when they become sick. (Season 2 episode The Fifth Page)
  • Legal Services
    • Teller and Dutch
      • Major merger and acquisitions firm where 4400 returnee Christopher Dubov works as a lawyer. (Season 3 episode Gone, Part 2)
  • Lodging-Hotels
    • Dorchester Hotel
      • Hotel bar where April and her boyfriend attempt to steal money from an employee of Anexxo. (Season 4 episode The Truth and Nothing But the Truth)
  • Magazines-Adult
    • Big Bodacious Babes
      • Pornographic magazine that 4400 returnee and low budget horror movie director Curtis Peck uses for inspiration. (Season 4 episode The Marked)
  • Magazines-News
    • National Line
      • News magazine Richard reads in quarantine. (Pilot episode)
    • USA Weekly
      • Magazine. Cover story: "Can Jordan Collier Be Stopped?" (Season 4 episode The Great Leap Forward) Magazine that Shawn reads while recovering in his hospital bed. Cover story: The Hunt for Jordan Collier. (Season 4 episode Fear Itself)
  • Manufacturing Companies
    • Starzl
      • Company that manufactured flawed radiation machines used at Seattle Presbyterian Hospital. Children of individuals who were exposed inherited an altered eleventh chromosome. If those people have a child with a 4400, the child will develop an ability, a reason why the future might have sent the 4400 back to Seattle - so that they can procreate with people affected by the Starzl mutation and have children with abilities of their own. (Season 3 episode The Starzl Mutation)
  • Middle Schools
    • Van Buren Junior High School
      • Junior high school in Fairview, Washington where 4400 returnee Heather Toby works as an art teacher. (Season 2 episode Suffer the Children)
  • Military Bases
    • Camp Dekker
      • Military base whose barracks serve as the quarantine facility where 4400 returnees are kept for six weeks. (Pilot episode) When the 4400 become sick due to the Promicin Inhibitor, many return to the quarantine facility. (Season 2 episode The Fifth Page)
  • Movie Theaters
    • Raja
      • Movie theater in Seattle where NTAC tracks Kevin and Tess. (Season 3 episode The Ballad of Kevin and Tess)
    • Raja Cinema
      • Closed theater in Carl's neighborhood. (Season 1 episode The New and Improved Carl Morrissey)
  • Movies-Documentary
    • Aliens
      • Film claiming to tell the true story of alien abductions by 4400 returnee and low budget horror movie director Curtis Peck. (Season 4 episode The Marked)
    • Dead. Completely Dead
      • Film claiming to tell the true story of the Kennedy assassination by 4400 returnee and low budget horror movie director Curtis Peck. (Season 4 episode The Marked)
    • I Dismembered Jimmy Hoffa
      • Film claiming to tell the true story of Jimmy Hoffa by 4400 returnee and low budget horror movie director Curtis Peck. (Season 4 episode The Marked)
    • Jack The Ripper Unmasked
      • Film claiming to tell the true story of Jack the Ripper by 4400 returnee and low budget horror movie director Curtis Peck. (Season 4 episode The Marked)
    • The Marked
      • Film claiming to tell the true story of the factions fighting the war in the future by 4400 returnee and low budget horror movie director Curtis Peck. (Season 4 episode The Marked)
    • Searching For a Deep Throat: A Watergate Saga
      • Film claiming to tell the true story of the Watergate scandal by 4400 returnee and low budget horror movie director Curtis Peck. (Season 4 episode The Marked)
  • Movies-Science Fiction
    • Don Incubus, Demon P.I. (film)
      • Comic book adaptation by 4400 returnee and low budget horror movie director Curtis Peck. (Season 4 episode The Marked)
  • Moving, Delivery, Shipping and Storage
    • Door 2 Door
      • Confidential delivery service that brings baskets of cookies dosed with the recreational drug Blink to both Tom and Diana. (Season 3 episode Blink)
  • Museums
    • Jordan Collier Museum of Contemporary Art
      • Art museum that replaces the 440 Center in Tom and Alana's alternate reality. (Season 2 episode Life Interrupted)
  • Musicians
    • Chloe Granger
      • Popular singer that gets involved with Jordan Collier and the 4400. (Season 2 episode Weight of the World)
    • Nick Crowley
      • Rock star, musical whose life Shawn saves. (Season 3 episode The Ballad of Kevin and Tess)
  • Newspapers
    • Seattle Advance
      • Fictional newspaper from multiple episodes.
    • The Seattle Courier
      • Newspaper headline: Woman claims Bradley Park Vigilante No Ordinary Human (Season 1 episode The New and Improved Carl Morrissey)
    • Time Advance
      • Headline: Promicin Death Toll Predicted to Reach 6,000 by Year's End (Season 4 episode The Wrath of Graham)
    • Times Advance
      • Seattle area newspaper, from multiple episodes.
  • Obstetrics
    • Dr. Roxanne Kern
      • Lily's doctor that discovers the baby has Sickle Cell Anemia, and that Richard might be the father. (Season 1 episode White Light)
  • Operations
    • Operation Firewall
      • NTAC's program to infect 4400 returnees with Promicin Inhibitor. (Season 2 episode Mommy's Bosses)
  • Parks
    • Bradley Park
      • Park in Carl's neighborhood that has become dangerous since he's been gone. (Season 1 episode The New and Improved Carl Morrissey)
    • Riverfront Park
      • Park in Seattle featuring one of Jordan Collier's 4400 fundraiser events. (Season 2 episode Suffer the Children)
  • Parties
    • 4400 Reunion Weekend 2005
      • 4400 event that Jordan Collier organizes. (Season 2 episode As Fate Would Have It)
    • 6th Annual Last Days of Pompeii Party
      • Phi Sigma Alpha Tau fraternity party that Kyle attends, blacking out shortly after arriving. (Season 2 episode Weight of the World)
  • Pharmaceutical Companies
    • Stradwick Pharmaceuticals
      • In Tom and Alana's alternate reality, Alana is asked to join the board of directors at the Collier Museum by the Seattle Inner Arts Council. The president Glendon Ritter, also the CEO of Stradwick Pharmaceuticals attends a benefit event that night a the museum. (Season 2 episode Life Interrupted)
  • Pizza Parlors
    • Charlie's Pizza Palace
      • Restaurant Diana mentions, where Maia used to love to eat out. (Season 4 exit Ghost in the Machine)
  • Prisons
    • Evergreen State Penitentiary
      • Prison where Tom visits his son Kyle, where he was sent for assassinating Jordan Collier. (Season 3 episode The Gospel According to Collier)
    • Kurland Prison
      • Prison where Isabelle Tyler is held. (Season 4 episode The Wrath of Graham)
  • Private Detective Services
    • Olympia Investigations
      • Tom's wife Linda brings him a bill from the private investigator her hired to look for Kyle's cousin Shawn. (Pilot episode)
  • Professional Organizations
    • Seattle Inner Arts Council
      • Professional organization that Alana mentions. (Season 2 episode Life Interrupted)
  • Realty Services
    • Marcus Chase Realty
      • Company where Tom's ex-wife Linda works. (Season 2 episode Hidden)
  • Restaurants-Other
    • Chez Michael's
      • Restaurant in Tacoma, Washington where Orson Bailey was going to take his wife Elizabeth to celebrate 35 years of marriage when he disappears in a bright flash of light. (Pilot episode)
    • Stefano's
      • Restaurant where Tom and Linda agree to meet for dinner and sign their divorce papers. (Season 1 episode The New and Improved Carl Morrissey)
  • Sports Teams-Baseball
    • Admirals
      • Future 4400 returnee and mindreader Gary Navarro's minor league baseball team. (Season 2 episode Voices Carry)
  • Sports Teams-Mascots
    • Adlai Stevenson High School Tigers
      • Extra Crispy 4400 Graham Holt's high school's mascot. (Season 4 episode The Wrath of Graham)
  • Substances
    • Promicin
      • Synthetic neurotransmitter that gives the 4400 returnees their abilities. (Season 2 episode The Fifth Page)
    • Promicin Inhibitor
      • Substance that NTAC injects into 4400 returnees in order to block the synthetic neurotransmitter that gives the 4400 their abilities. (Season 2 episode The Fifth Page)
  • Terrorist Groups
    • The Nova Group
      • Terrorist cell that calls themselves the defensive wing of the 4400. (Season 3 episode The New World, Part 1)
  • Thoroughfares-Avenues
    • Parkside Avenue
      • Tom and Alana's address in Seattle. (Season 3 episode Blink)
  • Thoroughfares-Lanes
    • Tomberra Lane
      • Address of Richard and Lily's new house inside Jordan Collier's 4400 compound. (Season 1 episode Trial by Fire)
    • White Oak Lane
      • Maia's old address in Crescent City, California before she was abducted. (Season 3 episode Gone, Part 1)
  • Thoroughfares-Other
    • Highway 2
      • Highway near Evanston, Washington, the abandoned town where Jordan Collier and his Promicin positive followers live. (Season 4 episode Try the Pie)
  • Thoroughfares-Roads
    • Crescent Road
      • Street in Seattle, Washington. address of the 4400 Center.
  • TV Shows-News
    • Eyewitness 3
      • Local TV news that reports on the crisis at St. Ambrose Hospital: " Chaos in the Streets" (Season 4 episode The Great Leap Forward)
    • KFTZ News 2
      • TV news in Shawn's vision of the future. (Season 3 episode The Starzl Mutation)
  • TV Shows-Specials
    • 4400 Phenomenon
      • Special TV news presentation about the 4400 returnees. (Season 2 episode Lockdown)
  • TV Shows-Talk Shows
    • Barbara Yates Show
      • News talk show on MNCN. (Pilot episode) Jordan Collier interview. (Season 1 episode Becoming)
  • TV Stations-News
    • MNCN
      • Cable TV network reporting on the comet. Lead story: THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE EMERGE FROM BALL OF LIGHT (Pilot episode) Neuroscientist Kevin Burkhoff interviewed on TV. (Season 2 episode Lockdown)
  • TV Stations-Numbers
    • Channel 06
      • Local TV station that reports on the crisis at St. Ambrose Hospital. (Season 4 episode The Great Leap Forward)
    • Channel 08
      • Local TV station that reports on the Promicin crisis: "Death toll continues to rise" (Season 4 episode The Great Leap Forward)
  • Universities
    • Northmount University
      • Kyle Baldwin's college. (Season 2 episode Carrier)
  • Websites
    • Lunaspeed.com
      • Email server of the address that sends warning messages to NTAC employees prior to the terrorist attack -"Thunder_77@lunaspeed.com" (Season 2 episode Lockdown)
    • The4400Scoop.com
      • Website advertising The truth about the 4400. (PIlot episode)
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