"My name is Thomas Veil, or at least it was. I'm a photographer. I had it all: a wife, Alison, friends, a career, and in one moment it was all taken away. All because of a single photograph. I have it, they want it, and they will do anything to get the negatives. I'm keeping this diary as proof that these events are real. I know they are, they have to be." I was very disappointed when this show tanked after only one season in the mid 1990s. I thought it was one of the most provocative and smart TV shows in a LONG time. I wish more TV was as interesting and gratifying as Nowhere Man was. My wife and I recently bought VHS copies of the entire season, and we're really enjoying them. Watching the first 6 or so episodes, I've noticed something that is common to each episode so far: During each one, someone drops a glass or a plate or something and sweeps it up after it shatters. Anyone know the significance of this? Inside joke, symbolism, or directorial signature of some kind? Also, in an early episode, our very own Carrie Ann Moss stars as the dreamed-up Thomas Veil love interest in a very matrix-like episode. Anyone else remember this series?