"It's Not Such a Wonderful Life" - At long last (and just in time for time holidays), Veil's torment comes to an end as federal agents locate him, reveal the identity of his enemy and disclose why "The Organization," a well-funded group of political fanatics wreaking havoc with foreign policy, have been trying to destroy him. After Veil gives a sworn deposition to authenticate his "Hidden Agenda" photograph, he's reunited with his wife Alyson and his mother and is on the way to having himself a merry little Christmas, until he gets a form of "coal in his stocking," on "Nowhere Man" airing MONDAY, NOV. 27 (9:00-10:00 p.m., ET/PT) on UPN.
In the series' turning point, U.S. government official whisk Veil away to a safehouse where, as he awaits the arrest of the perpetrators, some semblance of Christmas holiday cheer can be had. Although it's the season to be jolly, Veil is suspicious about the sudden developments in his life. With some initial disbelief, he hears Alyson's explanation of what happened that fateful night at the Bullpen restaurant when he left the table, her meeting with Dr. Bellamy at Calaway Psychiatric Hospital and since then, her on-going struggle to save both their lives.
When Veil receives the verification he needs to corroborate Alyson's explanations, he breathes easy and the holidays are looking bright... but, in the end, it's not all "peace on earth and goodwill to men."
Bruce Greenwood stars as Thomas Veil. Guest starring are Megan Gallagher as Alyson Veil, Mary Gregory as Mrs. Veil, Carol Huston as Sandra Wilson, Willie C. Carpenter as Rick and W. Earl Brown as Roy.
The episode was written by Lawrence Hertzog and directed by Tim Hunter.