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|First appearance||Sum Quod Sum, Part 1|
|Residence||London flat with his fiancée (now destroyed)|
After Elle electrocutes Claude, Lee and Abigail help him back to his feet. Claude asks them to take Elle as well. Later, at Abigail and Lee's apartment, Claude, Lee, and Abigail discuss Elle's presence as she begins to wake up. Claude tells the two agents to leave them.
Some time later, Lee walks into the bathhouse and is hit by a bolt of lightning Elle fired reflecting off Abigail's forcefield. Abigail fights off Elle and tells her to leave their house. Lee agrees.
Abigail, Micah, and Molly find Lee, and Claude, on a classified train headed for DC. He and Claude are passed out due to drugs being put into their systems. When Micah stops the drugs, Lee tries to warn Abigail of the agents behind her, but is too late. Once Sparrow stops the train, causing the power to shut off, Lee wakes up, sees Abigail, and hugs her.
Lee stands with Abigail and informs Sparrow and West that Molly knows where Monica is. Molly reveals Monica's location and when Micah attempts to leave with only his team, Lee, Claude and Molly attempt to stop him. Before Micah can make a final decision, some government agents attack, making Sparrow create an earthquake that takes care of them. Claude decides that it is time to leave and offers to take Molly with him. Molly agrees and Claude asks Abigail and Lee if they will be joining him. Both Abigail and Lee decide to stay and help Micah.
When the team arrives in Washington, Lee throws up as he is not accustomed to the method of travel (Sparrow's ability) that the Rebel team uses. He, Abigail, Sparrow and West infiltrate the abandoned hospital while Micah guides them. After finding Monica, Lee and the team escape the building.
- Lee's likeness was borrowed from Oliver Grigsby.
- It is implied that Lee has an ability, as he is one of the targets of Danko's team. Jason Badower said that while writing Rebellion, Part 3, Ollie Grigsby had originally posed the idea of Lee "going nuclear". However, he abandoned that story point, fearing that the idea had already been done on Heroes, and also to focus on the Rebel characters instead.
- For other uses of Lee, see Lee (disambig).