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They also have to be in a certain age, weight, and height range. After finding the needed candidates, he reveals the map. The area is discovered to be a hidden military area not on any normal map and, along with Nodel's son and his girlfriend, the group travels to the area. Inside that area, is a spaceship-type device, with symbols matching the ones on the Doctor's hands.
It activates, and a message from an apparent alien race is played back. The Doctor, and the students, decide to enter the ship on a journey to the home planet. Despite his son and son's girlfriend not qualifying, the Doctor says that they'd need someone like the two of them. The ship takes off. The story concludes in episode 23 of season 4, " The Origin of Species ".
Jeff Woolnough. Lieutenant Ben Conklin is given the assignment of spending one year in a bunker 11, feet underneath Alaska. He is told by General James Eiger that a fleet of alien ships are heading towards the Earth, as photographed by the Hubble Telescope. His job is to be a revenge weapon should the aliens turn out to be hostile and take over. The world's chemical, nuclear, and biological weapons stockpiles have been linked to create a single doomsday weapon. Five people are placed in five bunkers around the world American , Russian , Chinese , African , and Australian.
An alarm sounds randomly, and at least one of the bunker occupants must hit the dead man's switch to disarm it.
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If a second countdown passes and no-one activates the switch, the doomsday weapon will fire and leave the surface of the Earth uninhabitable. To prevent them from being fed false information the bunker occupants are sealed off from the world, and can communicate only with each other and the General in charge of the operation. Devon Taylor Joshua Jackson , a young physics student, picks up a strange signal during his work at a radio observatory.
He believes that he can hear a pattern in it, but none of his older colleagues can hear it. Taylor's younger sister, Joyce Taylor Kirsten Dunst , plays the tape and enjoys the sound so much she plays it at a rave. When Devon finds her at the rave, everyone there is infected with skin deformities.
All the teens are quarantined at a hospital, but when they are separated from the music on the tape they all experience severe pain and withdrawal symptoms. Devon and his superiors are left with no choice but to let the patients listen to the tape until they can figure out the rest of the transmitted message.
It is later discovered that a dying alien world had transmitted this audio in order to save other planets from a dire fate: their sun had shifted to the ultraviolet spectrum, and all their world's inhabitants would have died if they had not figured out how to alter their own physiology so that they would resist the effects of the changed sun. They detected that Earth's sun would also undergo the same change and sent the audio signal to Earth so that humanity could prepare.
In the end the rest of humanity either transforms by the transmitted sound developing new, hardened skin or chose to remain as they were. Any humans who did not change would have to avoid the sun at all times since the new sun's radiation would be fatal to anyone who did not change. Steven Weber. Becka Paulson accidentally shoots herself in the head while watching a soap opera. The bullet lodges in her brain, and begins to have some strange effects.
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In a stroke of 'luck', the bullet does not kill Becka, but her severe brain damage causes her to begin to hallucinate that the picture of a tuxedoed stranger on top of the TV Who calls himself 'The 8 By 10' Man; in the original story it was a picture of Jesus is talking to her. Under the advice of the 8 By 10 Man, Becka eventually decides to kill her worthless husband, and in a bit of 'damaged savantry', rigs up the television under the 8 by 10 Man's instructions to deliver a fatal electrical pulse to whoever touches the knob.
Becka in the end tricks her husband into touching it, but as he begins to be fatally electrocuted, she finally realizes just what she's done and tries to save him. All she does is alter the circuit by touching him, and the two fall dead, the victim of a tragic quirk of fate that was in the end far from lucky. 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.
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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.
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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.
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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.