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Phil Erickson Tenor Sax. Wailer's Opening. This article is about the Aperture Science ship. For the location cut from Half-Life 2 , see Borealis cut location. Other blueprint. USS Newport News blueprint. The left portion is one of the sources of the previous image, reversed, while the right portion is the source of next image. Other blueprint, with again an Aperture Laboratories stamp, and turrets clearly visible. Other blueprint indicating the presence of a Material Emancipation Grill and an Unstationary Scaffold within the ship.
USS Newport News blueprint, one of the sources of the previous image. Of note is that its name was crossed out each time it appears in the Borealis image. Another view, which seems to have been taken with a spotting scope. Aperture Laboratories logo as seen on a container in the Episode Two model. Episode Three concept art.
The Borealis is on the right. Life preserver model featured in Portal 2. Categories :. Universal Conquest Wiki. FandomShop Newsletter GalaxyQuest. Black Mesa transportation. Black Ops vehicles. HECU vehicles. Melvin Van Peebles. The crew of the space station Meridian begins to see visions of loved ones or enemies that lure them to their deaths.
After three crewmembers die, the remaining two including Captain Clark escape to Earth, where Clark is accused of murdering his crew.
Dysart, his ex-wife, defends him by suggesting that the crew was driven insane by an experimental chemical, Soroxin. Joseph Stefano. Joshua Hayward and his daughter Sarah wake one morning to find a four-block section of their suburban neighborhood surrounded by a mysterious energy barrier. Sarah finds a badly disfigured alien, Adrielo, who tells her that her neighborhood has been grabbed and moved by another race of aliens.
He shows her a way through the energy barrier to his own captured realm. He begs her to help him save his people. Meanwhile, her father Joshua also finds a way through the barrier and comes face-to-face with their captors, the Triunes, a slothful race who feel physical activity is beneath them. They explain—in a matter-of-fact manner—that Joshua, his daughter and the rest of the inhabitants of his neighborhood have been taken as part of a feasibility study into the suitability of humans for slavery.
If they are found able to survive the aliens' native environment, the rest of Earth's population will also be taken and enslaved. Meanwhile, Sarah finds the rest of Adrielo's people.
They are dying from a disease that is turning them to stone, and Sarah accidentally becomes infected. Joshua eventually finds her and she pleads with him not to touch her or he may also become infected. They both slip back through the energy barrier and return to their own neighborhood.
Joshua explains the purpose of the energy barrier to the other residents, and they wonder what choice they have other than to serve the Triunes.
Joshua explains the disease his daughter has been infected with, and suggests they deliberately infect themselves to save Earth from enslavement by the Triunes. After discussing it, the residents join hands in the church to sacrifice themselves and prove that humans are unsuitable as slaves.
Donald Rivers, a journalist for the television show The Whole Truth , has found proof that the government and large defense contractors have been illegally and secretly cloning human beings. After locking himself in the studio with only a small crew he plans to air his report to the world.
This episode is a clip show , and Donald Rivers' reports are made up of clips from other episodes of The Outer Limits. Unusually, one clip was taken from an episode that had yet to be broadcast, "In Another Life", which aired several months later as part of the next season. The GRS monster children are now adults who commit murders. Ray injects himself with a serum to temporarily enhance his sensory abilities like GRS people in order to hunt him.
He does this successfully, only to find out that it was a plot by his son, who placed the serum so that Ray would find it. His son forcefully injects more of the serum into his dad, so that Ray now has irreversible GRS and transforms into a monster. Ray kills Dylan, but his family no longer loves him because he looks like the other GRS monsters.
This episode is a sequel to the episode Unnatural Selection. Season 2, Episode 3. A group of obsolete androids a doctor, a miner, and two others attempt to escape from the hunters during the beginning of the hunt. One of their traps kills the son of the lead hunter. However, none but the miner android survives to reach the end of the hunting area. A police officer tells him he is free because he has survived the hunt.
In the next scene, another group of androids are unloaded for another hunt. The hunter that informed them what they are about to endure is the android who survived the first hunt. All soldiers of the team have drug injectors to protect them against an "alien virus". After a drug injector malfunction, the soldiers slowly realize that the drug is actually designed to cause hallucinations of disgusting looking aliens.
The "aliens" are actually humans as well, but from another federation. The team tries to make contact with the "alien team" to explain the situation and ask for peace.
But their drug injectors work properly and they kill everyone from the team, believing that they are the aliens. The final scene shows the soldiers dead on the floor. Mason Stark hates his life. A year ago, he lost his wife Kristin to a mugger's bullet and he still blames himself for not doing more to protect her.
And today, he was fired from his job. With a gun in his hand and a severance package on his desk, Mason finds himself torn between suicide and psychosis—between killing himself and killing his co-workers. But before he can do either he's pulled into another dimension, into a world where there are hundreds of Mason Starks, each with a different life and a different character. The version of himself that brought Mason here is a powerful, manipulative man—we know him as Stark—who, in this dimension, runs the same company that fired Mason.
Stark explains that he built a machine, the Quantum Mirror, to explore all those different versions of himself, only to have his experiment go horribly wrong because he pulled a murderous version of himself, a man we know as Mace, into his reality. Now Stark wants Mason to stop the killer and promises to reunite him with Kristin as his reward. In this looking glass world, Mason must hunt himself on behalf of himself, in a desperate race to stop a killer With its deadly lasers and hand-to-hand battles, "The Octal" is a combat sport for a new generation of athletes, but Tanner Brooks Adrian Pasdar is no longer a young man.
Although he's promised his wife Jessica Claudette Mink that this will be his final tournament, Tanner is desperate to go out a winner. Michael Chen Pat Morita has a way to make that happen. Through an experimental treatment that taps the power of the human nervous system, Chen accelerates Tanner's reflexes and perceptions.
To Tanner, everything in the Octal begins to move in slow motion However, there are side effects: Jessica notices that Tanner is tired, haggard and his hair is going gray. But, when Tanner's body begins to blur and fade out of existence, Tanner and Jessica must choose between one last moment of glory Initial signs indicate that the planet is both uninhabited and rich in mineral resources, which could mean a million dollar payday for both the crew and the company that owns the Cortez. But on the first exploration, the crew is attacked by gigantic and apparently primitive aliens.
After the command falls to Janovitch, she is overpowered by her crew: Sgt. Adam Sears, a veteran of pacification missions on Earth, who favors annihilation of the new race and the ambiguous Corporal Charles Pendelton. Sears leads a patrol that hunts down and kills the aliens, in the process seizing a golden object that appears to be a religious totem.
As he celebrates his slaughter, Janovitch examines his victims and makes a shocking discovery. The "primitive" aliens are in fact youths, an alien version of Boy Scout teams of a far more advanced race whose "father" appears through a wormhole much to the surprise of the humans.
Having downloaded the location of the homeworld of these bloodthirsty aliens that would murder children, this "father" then plants a bomb killing the remaining crew. The closing scene shows the alien ship approaching Earth ready to attack.
Chris Ruppenthal. Tabloid TV reporter Judy Warren Kate Vernon knows she's come across a big story when she sees the videotape shot by two tourists in a remote Alaskan park. The tape shows Josh Butler, a recluse who lives in a cabin near the park, bringing back to life a young girl who has died after a fall, a feat he accomplishes by generating a mysterious blue glow.
But, she only discovers how big a story it is when her pursuit of the strange young man is cut short by a top-secret military unit that is also chasing him. It seems that the blue glow sent out electromagnetic pulses that knocked out two satellites orbiting 20, miles above the Earth, and the Air Force wants to know what's going on.
A battery of tests doesn't produce any answers, leaving the brass, led by Col. Roger Tennent and Major Samuel Harbeck to debate whether Butler is an alien or an angel—someone to be dissected or to be worshipped. Warren doesn't know what Josh is either, but she knows she doesn't trust the soldiers to make the right choice.
This prompts her to try to save the recluse. The birth of a child is a joyful event, but for Shal and Brav, two young naive humans who live in a small commune in the woods, it is also a mystery and moment tinged with sadness. After Shal gives birth to a son, the first of the commune to do so, she and the baby are taken away by Mother, a wise alien who acts as a parent to the young people.
When the aliens send Shal home without her baby, she asks Brav to help her to rescue the child. With the knowledge Shal has gained from her time with Mother, they break through the protective barrier set up by the aliens to discover a new and fascinating world.
It is a dangerous trip, with stinging, snake-like crawlers lurking in the shadows. But, it is also a journey of discovery as Shal and Brav find evidence—skeletons and body parts—that leads them to believe that their real parents were killed by the aliens. They find their baby, and after a fight with an alien, escape into the forest.
But, they must grapple with some haunting questions. Is Mother a monster or a savior? And, did the aliens destroy humankind or rescue it? Catherine O'Hara. When Tom Young Peter Flemming from the Department of Health travels to a small town in the Pacific Northwest to examine an old case file, it appears as though long ago the town had stopped trying to live in the present. Twelve years have passed since a tragedy killed many of their young children and left the residents without hope, without a future.
Many of them are still angry with the medical community for not finding a cure to save the children in their small community. The town's physician, Dr. Malcolm Boussard Lane Smith has felt the brunt of their anger—especially since his own two children did not die during the epidemic. Although they were spared, his son Louis Brad Swaile still lies in a coma, while his daughter Cassie Rachael Leigh Cook has learning disabilities and expresses herself through abstract sculpture and artwork.
Through hypnosis, Tom begins to probe Cassie's mind and unravels a memory of 'alien' proportions. As part of a top-secret program overseen by Dr. This process creates a virtually indestructible fighting machine with the smarts and experience of a human being.
But, one day something goes wrong. During the transfer, the real McCoy's body is blasted with electricity, stopping his heart, inflicting serious brain damage and leaving Cotter's mind trapped in the android body. To make matters worse, the interface between his mind and the android body is flawed. McCoy's motor control is already beginning to break down and the interface will likely collapse within 12 hours. The General is prepared to sacrifice McCoy to keep the program secret, but McCoy uses his enormous strength to break out and visit his wife, Holly Teri Polo.
Together, they track down Olander and begin a desperate search for what went wrong. As all the signs begin to point to sabotage, McCoy asks himself who would do such a thing? And, more important, how can it be undone? A genetically engineered virus, developed and released by a doomsday cult, has wiped out almost all human life on Earth. Twelve hospital patients, accompanied by the one remaining staff member, nurse Marie Alexander, are living on borrowed time in the hospital, with food and fuel for the generator running dangerously low.
A soldier arrives with a newly developed vaccine, but Marie is horrified to learn that there is only enough for three people. Along with this, the vaccine requires three days to fully develop before it can be injected into any humans. Marie only reveals to the group that there is a vaccine, not the amount, a fact she only reveals to her closest companion in the group, terminally ill cancer patient Bernard Katz.
When two members of the group discover the truth, they arm themselves with the only gun and force Marie to administer the vaccine to them, which she agrees to only if the third recipient is the child Harry.
While she is preparing the vaccine, she turns her back only to see the third dose of vaccine being administered to one of the others, dooming young Harry to the virus. Immediately, the three die of anaphylactic shock , leading Marie to conclude that the group survived not due to the hospital's sterile atmosphere but because they were immune, and after three months of confinement the group emerges from the hospital to face the new world.
James Head. For as long as he can remember, Bernard Selden Arye Gross has been haunted by a paralyzing fear. It started when he was six, when he set a fire that killed his four-year-old sister and today, at 27, the fear clings to him like a blanket. But, Dr. Adam Pike Jeffrey Demunn has hope for a cure.
He has diagnosed Bernard's condition and believes that if he can isolate the part of the brain responsible for fear, the amygdala, he can cure him. The series of injections and radiation designed to build a layer of calcium around the amygdala produces stunning results: Bernard's fear recedes. He even starts a relationship with his neighbor Lisa Tanya Allen. But there are side effects. Now, Bernard can use his brain to make others feel the kind of crippling fear he used to feel.
He is still a prisoner of the past, haunted by images of Mr. Wilkes Alex Diakun , the owner of the foster home where Bernard's sister died. It is a terrible risk, but Bernard knows that if he is to be truly cured, he must go back to the day when the fear began and discover the truth. The truth being that he didn't kill his sister, Father Claridge did.
When a transport ship crashed and wiped out the colony on Venus, Capt. Miles Davidow C. Thomas Howell was the sole survivor. But, after he's rescued by a team that includes his fiancee, Kate Girard Amanda Tapping and Scott Perkins Jeffrey Jones , it soon becomes clear that Davidow did not escape unscathed.
Removed from the highly radioactive atmosphere of Venus, his body is reacting to the Earth's air like that of a chemotherapy patient. When doctors give him the radiation his body seems to crave, strange things start to happen. Davidow's body begins to spawn duplicate parts: a hand, a torso and more from wounds that miraculously heal.
In spite of this, Miles and Kate get married while he's still in isolation, but his time on Venus and the strange creatures he encountered there have had a profound change on Miles. As the mysterious changes continue, it becomes clear that although Davidow did what it took to survive, the price of survival may be exile from everything he knows and loves. He and fellow scientist Amanda Harper Kimberly Huffman run computer simulations that show the planet's star will flash over in a matter of days, emitting waves of deadly radiation, so Dr.
Chambers urges evacuation. They point out that Chambers has been wrong before; the colony had to be moved at great cost after he warned of deadly volcanic activity that never occurred; and suggest that his judgment has been clouded by the death of his wife Elise. When that doesn't stop Chambers, Murdock and Bennett discredit him by falsely accusing him of being one of the aliens who originally inhabited the planet, suggesting that the evacuation plan is a plot to reclaim the planet for his people.
Imprisoned and threatened with death, Chambers's only hope is that Amanda will uncover the truth in time to save him and the colony. The Innobotics corporation, first seen in "Valerie 23", has decided that sexual companion robots are too dangerous, but they still need to sell robots to stay in business. Their solution is Mary 25, a robot designed to care for children. Mary 25 replaces the household's current nanny. She is designed not to allow anyone to harm the children, including the children themselves.
When they start fighting amongst themselves, Mary places them in separate rooms. Teryl, the mother and Charlie's wife, wants Mary out of the house but Charlie says no; in fact, he has started using the unresponsive Mary as a sex toy when the others are asleep. It becomes clear that Charlie has been abusing Teryl when the children ask Mary "why does daddy hurt mommy?
He then re-programs Mary so that she now considers that by hurting the mother, Charlie is hurting the children. One night when Charlie is beating Teryl, Mary comes in, strangles Charlie, and breaks his neck. In the aftermath, the first Nanny has been rehired and the spark is rekindled between Teryl and Melburn.
In the episode's twist ending, Teryl's dark secret is discovered: The real Teryl that Melburn loved had been killed by Charlie and was replaced by Valerie 24, a successor to the defunct Valerie She had used Mary to get rid of Charlie because she believed Melburn would love her. It also explains why Teryl did not remember her history with Melburn. The final scene shows the robot grinning. James Martin Brett Cullen , a negotiator for the Department of Energy Nuclear Response Team, is called in when a disgruntled grad student takes hostages at a university.
The student, Seth Todtman Peter Stebbings claims to have invented a cold-fusion bomb and is threatening to detonate it, killing millions, unless the government brings him five people on a list and kills them for him. Martin's colleagues dismiss Todtman as a crank, until the sample device he provides goes off with megaton force, wiping out a DOE team and the top-secret facility where they work.
Faced with an impossible choice, Martin meets with Todtman face-to-face to face and tries to understand the logic behind his rage at the people he wants killed: cruel foster parents, corrupt professors, a heartless librarian.
As the clock ticks, Martin tries to reason with Todtman while the military tries to find a way to disarm the device. They assassinate Todtman and defuse the bomb, but he had warned Martin that, just like the creation of the atom bomb, someone else will soon find a way to create another cold fusion bomb.
At the end of the episode, a disgruntled student at a different college is shown taking a test; one of the questions is, "Demonstrate why cold fusion is impossible.
Lithia is set in , in a world populated only by women. The men were killed years earlier in a war. The women are living in a commune, and seem to be living full and happy lives, although they lack some of the technology of the past. One man named Mercer remains in cryogenic stasis, and the episode begins as he is awakened; the Lithians preserved the last men in case of emergency, but now wish to see whether they are missing out.
Neighboring villages are in control of many of the resources, which makes Mercer jealous. He tries to tell the women living in the commune that they must make sure that they have enough resources for themselves. Their leader tells him that kind of thinking is what led to war.
Mercer's presence is a subject of sexual curiosity for one of the women, causing her female lover to become jealous. Mercer becomes aggressive and proceeds to steal electricity from a rival village. This leads to the deaths of several different women. It is revealed that the women were responsible for unfreezing eleven other men and attempting to integrate them into their society, but each attempt resulted in a similar tragedy.
Mercer is then condemned to being refrozen as punishment. As a struggling Mercer begins to refreeze, he realizes that the leader of the women's village was his own lost love, who watches dispassionately as he returns to a living death. What has brought them together is their telekinetic ability, a talent that Mr.
Brown Robert Guillaume , a CIA project head, hopes to exploit through the use of Teeks, devices that amplify telekinetic power. At first, Brown tries these individuals' talents out on simple tasks—moving or crushing a granite block with their minds—but soon his true intentions are revealed.
Their first real assignment, says Brown, is to use their powers to kill a Balkan terrorist leader and war criminal. Rachel objects to the assignment on moral grounds, but Brown forces her to take part by threatening to send her brother, a junkie and small-time crook, to jail for life. With Rachel on board, the assassination is a success, as is the elimination of a pesky African revolutionary leader.
But, the telekinetic powers produce unexpected side-effects and soon the killers find that they have become the prey. The final scene shows a bunch of people dead on the floor just like in Rachel's dream. Natalie Lisa Zane is a driven researcher, faithfully though dutifully supported by her husband who is the first to touch the odd, amber-like cocoon mass found in an anachronistic burial chamber.
The contact has two effects, beginning the reawakening of the dormant mass, and imprinting Curtis David Cubitt with the last memories of a long suspended alien who was attacked by primitive men. Each further contact speeds the regeneration at the temporary expense of Curtis' energy.
Emmet Robert Picardo is substantially more pragmatic and chooses the commercial rewards made possible by the longevity potential evidenced by the now reforming alien Doug Jones. Convincing the remaining two members of the team, he stages a coup which is eventually thwarted by the alien and a panic-induced cave in.
The severely wounded husband and wife, finally reconciled through their shared adversity are trapped and in dire straits until the alien coats them in his preservative, allowing them to be revived and made physically whole roughly 1, years in their future, in a world which their wisdom allowed to become a cooperative human-alien world.
Eventually Kristin Anne O'Keefe, one of the primary designers of the device, is forced to activate the device so the enemy can use it for themselves, but sets the device to go off. It is revealed that they were on Earth the whole time being tested, and now that the device has been turned on, which was supposed to be impossible, it cannot be turned off and they have doomed the planet.
This episode is a sequel to " The Camp ". Years ago the Tsal-Khan race arrived on Earth to become friends with humans but the distrusting nature of the Earthlings led to war. Today they live on a tightly guarded farm where they must grow all their own food, since their forebears poisoned all the plants during the war with humankind.
Most of the aliens believe that the human race was wiped out in the war, but there is a group of humans in the woods near the farm. This group, led by Rebecca Caroline Goodall , escaped from the alien's robot-run camps. They are desperately hungry and have seen their children die from eating poisoned fruit. So, when they spot Dlavan's grandson Ma'al, wandering in the woods, they follow him home to the farm.
After they see the well-fed aliens, Rebecca leads the group to raid the farm for food. At first, Tali figures out how to get around the farm's deadly defensive measures. But, things escalate and individuals are hurt or killed on both sides. When Rebecca captures an alien weapon and Tali is seriously injured, the scene is set for the final showdown, a battle that could destroy both groups.
Noah Phillips Maurice Godin is in development of the "Cellular Regressor," a machine designed to rejuvenate an individual's cells and restore youth upon its subject. In the midst of creating the machine, his wife, Meredith Lisa Maris , goes into a coma from her cancer. Although the machine hadn't been properly tested, he attempts to restore Meredith's health by using the Cellular Regressor to reverse the effects of age and cancer on her cells.
Meredith awakens, completely oblivious to the treatment, and asks Noah if she had overslept. Noah rejoices, embraces Meredith, and tells her that he loves her.
His celebration, however, is short-lived as the cancer returns a few minutes later and kills Meredith instantly. Disgusted by his actions, Noah's superiors cut off Noah's funding and terminate him from his job. Meredith's family decides not to press charges after some legal battle with Noah. Noah, devastated by the loss of Meredith, moves out to a small town and meets the year-old Barbara Barbara Rush , who is very friendly in welcoming him to the neighborhood.
Unfortunately, her husband, Greg Matheson Harve Presnell , is not the welcoming type and views Noah with suspicion, thinking that he will move in on his wife, despite being 30 years younger than her. Greg is abusive and beats Barbara routinely. All the while, Noah has continued to test the Cellular Regressor and, inspired by Barbara's words that the world always maintains a "balance of nature," Noah discovers that he can restore an elderly frog's youth only if he allows a young frog to grow old in the process.
Noah's love for Barbara deepens while Greg becomes more jealous and, on one night, Noah finds Barbara beaten within an inch of her life.
He realizes that she is about to die, and he does not have time to take her to the hospital. Instead, he decides to use the Cellular Regressor to restore her youth — and lose his in the process. She regresses back to a young woman Fiona Loewi , but loses her memory, believing it to be The now elderly Noah convinces her what has happened when Greg bursts in wielding a gun and forces Noah to transfer his remaining life force to him.
He forces Noah into the Machine, but sits in the wrong seat, and the transfer restores Noah's youth and kills Greg. Noah awakens with no memory of Barbara, believing it to be just after the death of his wife. She begins to explain what has happened to him and it is indicated that they will start anew. Ira Nodel has his body altered to communicate with aliens who have seeded Earth with their genetic material. He is joined on an alien spaceship by his son Paul, Paul's girlfriend Hope, and six students.
When Dr. Nodel touches a glowing post in the ship's control room, both he and Paul are consumed by a mysterious light. This leads Hope and the students to believe that they've been led into a trap, a suspicion that is reinforced when the ship captures two of the students and pulls them through the wall. Desperate to find out what's going on, Hope reads Dr. Nodel's journal and risks her life by touching the glowing post.
Her body begins the same transformation, and a strange glowing entity speaks in the voices of Dr. Nodel and Paul, trying to communicate with her. The ship, however, continues to snatch the students two by two, until finally they are all suspended, naked and unconscious in a black void. When they awaken some time later, they find the ship has landed on a dead planet.
Have the aliens who promised that they were part of a great experiment in hope, led them astray? Two separate political entities of both Earth and Mars, the Free Alliance and the Coalition, have been in a state of cold war for 30 years.
Both are currently mining triradium, a radioactive material that could conceivably be used for weapons that could destroy an entire planet. Amidst fear on both sides, a giant explosion is seen to destroy Earth and sends shockwaves towards Mars, where a Coalition and an Alliance base are currently situated.
Colonel Samantha Elliot Barbara Eve Harris believes that the Coalition has been smuggling triradium and is responsible for the destruction of Earth. Major James Bowen Adam Baldwin does not believe that they should jump to conclusions, though his credibility is compromised by the fact that there has been an increasingly romantic relationship between him and Major Dara Talif Joan Chen , the Coalition liaison officer at the base.
As the Alliance prepares a strike, James fears that it will only result in a Coalition counterstrike and the destruction of all humanity. As the story progresses at a fast pace, bad decisions are taken due to mistrust and scarcity of information. A missing package contains powerful secrets, and everyone wants a piece of the action. The Android "Mac 27" is seen to kill one of its handlers and injure another, then kill a guard as it makes its escape from Innobotics, the corporation that created it.
Mac car-jacks Celia Nana Visitor , an apparently random person just pulling into the facility parking lot. He takes her to a remote abandoned warehouse, where he forces her to repair the damage he sustained in his escape. Using a device that allows Mac to transmit images directly to Celia's optic nerve, he shows her how to fix his systems, but also shows some of his "memories": archives of past experiments with robots and androids.
These are all pulled from previous episodes that featured robots, androids, or holograms, with most clips taken out of the context of the original episode.
Under the pretense of performing another repair, Celia disables Mac's motor control functions. She reveals herself to be a "troubleshooter" hired by the corporation to figure out how to keep robots from going "rogue", and declares that she thinks she knows how to install a "built-in lobotomy" that will prevent AIs from becoming self-aware in the future. Mac reveals a double-cross, whereby he fooled Celia into thinking he was disabled when he was in fact not.
He also lets on that he has stolen her retina imprint, which will allow him to use her credentials on the Innobotics network. The corporation's investigative team enters the abandoned warehouse and finds Celia dead, but no sign of Mac. The scene shifts back to the laboratory, where the scientist who created Mac sees the network being accessed by someone who appears to be Celia.
Since he has learned of Celia's death, he realizes this must be an intruder. He sees Mac enter, and the android uses his new network access to activate the other Mac-class units. The episode ends with Mac strangling his creator while all his brethren look on.
Stan Harbinger Joe Pantoliano is a top-rated talk show host with a flair for the outrageous and a reputation as a skeptic's skeptic. Assisted by his producer Trudy Cynthia Nixon , Stan takes delight in shooting down callers who claim to have alien encounters, especially people like Eldon DeVries Alan Zinyk who believes that his body has been taken over by aliens. However, when Eldon commits suicide by setting himself on fire in front of Stan, things begin to go wrong for Stan.
A plan to syndicate the show is threatened by protests from UFO believers, angry at Stan's role in Eldon's death. Stan's skepticism is challenged when he notices that other people have the same distinctive triple heartbeat he heard coming from Eldon just before he died. Close to the edge, Stan finally loses it after Darcy Kipling Leslie Hope , a woman he picked up in a bar, turns out to be a believer and sets him up with a phony tape.
He assaults Darcy's fellow believer, Moses Saxon Alex Diakun , and is consequently thrown off the air. Although out of work and living out of his car, these are the least of his problems. Everywhere he goes, Stan hears that strange triple heartbeat and sees the glimpses of the aliens. And, every beat and every glimpse shakes the foundation of his disbelief. The final scene shows Stan's dead body on the floor after being shot. Renee Stuyvesant and her protege Dr.
Vance Ridout have perfected the full-body transplant in which a patient's entire disease-riddled body is replaced and Renee has convinced the hospital board to allow her to perform the first such procedure on Dr. Peter Halstead. A fitting choice since Halstead invented the procedure before being stricken with terminal cancer, but his rare blood and tissue types make a match unlikely.
Renee, who has secretly loved Halstead for years, solves that problem by murdering Timothy Laird, a perfect donor, as he emerges from the flower store. The transplant is a success and the vision of millions in fees dance in Renee and Vince's heads.
But Peter is having visions of his own involving a woman, a little girl and a killing outside the flower store. Mysteriously drawn to Laird's old neighborhood, he learns that the people he's been seeing are Deirdre, Laird's widow, and his daughter, Kylie and that he has apparently inherited Laird's love for them.
Deirdre recoils when Peter eventually confesses that he inhabits her late husband's body. But that's nothing compared to how Renee responds when Peter reveals that he's had flashes of what Timothy Laird saw just before he was killed. When he was young, Gene Morton Ralph Waite killed a man, Deanjordan, who tried to steal the credit for his brilliant research. Now working on prison assembly lines fixing the busted tape decks of fellow inmates, his chances at parole have been sabotaged by his own honesty and sense of guilt.
Although it's a lonely life, late at night, after lights-out, Gene brings out his small friends, a swarm of microscopic machines that he made from prison scrap and keeps in a matchbox. The MEMS short for microelectromechanical systems are controlled by a small keypad and can work together to perform an amazing variety of tasks, from sculpting steel to picking locks.
Lawrence is dazzled, but repays the favor by teaming up with Marlon to blackmail Gene. When things turn ugly during the jailbreak and Marlon's demands increase, Gene knows he's in big trouble and the only help available is from friends who are smaller than the eye can see. The Grells were rescued from their dry and dying planet by humans, only to be turned into slaves on Earth. Now the aliens are rebelling against their masters, fighting a guerilla war against a government led by men like High Secretary Paul Kohler Ted Shackelford.
Ep breaks for freedom and is killed when Paul activates the electronic slave collar that all Grells must wear. Jesha, driven by his love for Paul's children Sara and Ken, stays and rescues his master's family from the jet's twisted wreckage. Despite his horror at Ep's death and Paul's brutal treatment of him, Jesha remains loyal to the humans.
Then he uses his Grell alchemy to heal Paul, who has been mortally wounded in a fire fight with a Grell rebel. When Jesha saves Paul, however, the master becomes a half-breed; his skin changes to a mottled yellow, like a Grell's, and he is able to see ultraviolet light by day and heat at night.
Paul also begins to see the world from a Grell point-of-view. He's horrified when he comes across a rebel settlement, where men, women and children have been massacred by federal troops. And he's terrified when a federal soldier, Lt. Lockhart, captures him and slaps a slave collar on him, believing him to be a Grell rebel.
The experience changes Paul, but will he, his family or Jesha live long enough to change the world? Neal Eberhardt Ralph Macchio , a former boy genius gone bitterly to seed, studies brain-damaged and comatose patients hoping to learn how the brain reroutes itself. Eberhardt is getting nowhere. To make matters worse, his valued assistant Vince Carter has just quit. But suddenly Neal has a breakthrough.
The brain waves of two comatose patients, Adam Aaron Smolinski and Lisa Emmanuelle Vaugier , fall into sync while they're hooked up to the NISA and one of them whispers the other's name. Neal knows he's onto something and tells his boss, Marty Kilgore Michael Sarrazin. What Neal doesn't know is that Adam and Lisa have landed in an idyllic parallel consciousness and are falling in love.
As Adam and Lisa get to know each other, Neal continues his research, joined now by his ex-girlfriend and colleague Janice Claymore Susannah Hoffman. Desperate to try the technique on other comatose subjects, Neal loses patience and makes the journey himself.
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