It looks like you can never really escape the Island!
CBS' new hit drama Intelligence is staging a Lost reunion in Monday's episode as Zuleikha Robinson is set to stir up trouble for Josh Holloway's Gabriel when she guest stars as his wife, Amelia. (Look away, Juliet and Kate fans!)
We've got an exclusive sneak peek at Robinson's Intelligence debut, which comes via the handy-dandy chip implanted in Gabriel's head. In the episode, "Red X," Gabriel is shocked to find his wife, an intelligence operative who has been missing from action, connected to CyberCom's investigation of a terrorist suicide bombing at a U.S. Marine base. And when Gabriel is unable to complete a task, Riley (Meghan Ory) is forced to make a drastic decision.
Watch our exclusive clip from the episode below to see Gabriel's reaction to his wife's involvement in their case...
Though Holloway, who played fan-favorite bad boy Sawyer on the hit ABC drama, never shared any scenes with Robinson's Ilana (a survivor of Ajira Flight 316 in season six), he will definitely be sharing screen time with her this time around as Gabriel will come face-to-face with his wife in the sure-to-be intense episode.
Intelligence has proven to be a hit for CBS, with its series premiere bringing in 16.5 million viewers and a 2.4 rating in the adults 18-49 demo, which makes it this season's most watched debut yet.
And we're sure Holloway enjoys the fact that he gets to play a U.S. Cyber Command agent (with a microchip implanted in his brain!) for the foreseeable future, as he recently told E! News, "I grew up with three brothers and we always played spy and sneak and all these games. I grew up wanting to be James Bond or a Mission: Impossible agent," he told us. "I was like this is a no-brainer and also it's just a skill set I haven't gotten to use a lot. I've done martial arts for years and I have a good bit of experience with weapons and so forth…It just naturally attracted me and I thought the script was really smart and current."
Intelligence airs Monday at 10 p.m. on CBS.