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The Outer Limits
  • Ep: 45
  • Bits of Love
  • Opening Control Voice: We are now able to create devices that can project themselves in our image -- that can not only look like a human, but talk like one, express pure emotion and... even make mistakes in true human form.

  • Starring: Jon Tenney (Aidan Hunter), Matthew Walker (Trevor Hunter), Sheila Larken (Francis Hunter), Steve Bacic (Griff)
  • And: Natasha Henstridge (Emma)
  • Featuring: Ingrid Kavelaars (Nicole), Crystal Cass (Claire), Brett Stone (Michelle)
  • Written By: James Crocker
  • Directed By: Neill Fearnley

  • Closing Control Voice: Man and machine. We are reaching the point where it is harder to tell which is which, and to guess which one... will ultimately survive.
  • Ep: 46
  • Second Thoughts
  • Opening Control Voice: It is only human to dream of rising above one's limitations. But what if we had the power to instantly acquire the qualities that we envy in others? Would it bring real fulfillment... or a hunger that can never be filled?

  • Starring: Howie Mandel (Karl Durand), Jennifer Rubin (Rose Ciotti), John Gilbert (Dr. Valerian), Terry David Mulligan (Detective Landers), Lorena Gale (Louise), William S. Taylor (Detective), Ryan Michael (Thomas Langley Russell), Jerry Wasserman (William Talbot)
  • Featuring: Dean Balkwill (Willy), Althea McAdam (Dr. Behrens), Cindy Girling (Saleswoman), Gordon Tipple (Detective #1)
  • Written By: Sam Egan
  • Directed By: Mario Azzopardi

  • Closing Control Voice: How easily we scorn what Fate has dealt us and dream of what it has not. Before we cast aside our lots, it would be wise to remember... that dreams have a way of turning into nightmares.
  • Ep: 47
  • Re-Generation
  • Opening Control Voice: Humans appear to be the only animals aware of their own mortality. When death comes, we console ourselves with its inevitability. But when the unthinkable happens, and a child dies before a parent, the natural order is turned upside down... as are the lives left behind.

  • Starring: Kim Cattrall (Rebecca Highfield), Daniel Benzali (Graham Highfield), Teryl Rothery (Dr. Lucy Cole)
  • Featuring: Liam Ranger (Justin Highfield), Bart Anderson (Doctor), Joseph Ramyr-Pascual (Paramedic), Carrie Cain Sparks (Nurse)
  • Written By: Tom J. Astle
  • Directed By: Brenton Spencer

  • Closing Control Voice: The will to live is part of our biology. It exists in every cell, in our very DNA. Of course, sheer will can't keep us alive forever. But sometimes, it can give us... a second chance.
  • Ep: 48
  • Last Supper
  • Opening Control Voice: Events in our past seem to slip further away with time. But what happens when they circle back and meet us head on... in the present?

  • Starring: Peter Onorati (Frank Martin), Sandrine Holt (Jade), Dey Young (Carol Martin), Michael Hogan (Dr. Lawrence Sinclair), Ron Halder (Lab Assistant)
  • And: Fred Savage (Danny Martin)
  • Featuring: Scott Vickaryous (Young Sinclair)
  • Written By: Scott Shepherd
  • Directed By: Helen Shaver

  • Closing Control Voice: Before we allow ourselves to be consumed by our regrets, we should remember the mistakes we make in life are not so important as the lessons we draw from them.
  • Ep: 49
  • Stream of Consciousness
  • Opening Control Voice: We quantify our world in order to learn. We break it down into facts, numbers, information. But how far dare we go before we destroy its mystery?

  • Starring: George Newbern (Ryan Unger), Suki Kaiser (Cheryl), Shane Meier (Mark)
  • And: Blu Mankuma (Stanley)
  • Featuring: Tyler Van Blankenstein (Young Ryan), Kate Twa (Dr. Annaud), Andrew Airlie (Dr. Kevington), Angela Moore (Nurse #1), Dolly Scarr (Patient), Peta Brookstone (Waitress), Jennifer Sterling (Janet)
  • Written By: David Shore
  • Directed By: Joe Nimziki

  • Closing Control Voice: We make tools to extend our abilities, to further our reach, and fulfill our aspirations. But we must never let them define us. For if there is no difference between tool and maker, then who will be left to build the world?
  • Ep: 50
  • Dark Rain
  • Opening Control Voice: Every child born is linked in a chain to generations past and future. But what happens when that chain is snapped?

  • Starring: Don Franklin (Tim McAllister), Rachael Crawford (Sherry McAllister), Susan Hogan (Dr. Marissa Golding), Christopher Bolton (Orderly Grant), Christine Willes (Nurse Yvette)
  • And: Alan Scarfe (Dr. Royce)
  • Featuring: Louva Meloche (Annie), Kyle Labine (Joe), Kenneth Ryan (Leader), Maxine McKay (Tessa), Chilton Crane (Pregnant Woman), Jean Daigle (N. W. A. Spokesperson)
  • Written By: David Braff
  • Directed By: Mario Azzopardi

  • Closing Control Voice: Just as we inherited the Earth of our forefathers, we too will bequeath this world -- so long as there are children to claim the inheritance.
  • Ep: 51
  • The Camp
  • Opening Control Voice: Our history is filled with grim reminders of our inhumanity. Armies are crushed, populations ravaged, enemies imprisoned behind walls of stone. But the human spirit is not so easily confined.

  • Starring: Harley Jane Kozak (Prisoner 98843), David Hemblen (Commandant), Bill Cobbs (Prisoner 91777), John Tench (Scarred Man)
  • Featuring: Frank C. Turner (Elder), Karen Austin (Old Woman), Jessica Harmon (Little Girl), Robert Weiss (Overseer #1), Mark Gibbon (Overseer #2), David Cameron (Overseer #3), Jonathon Young (Young Man), Izabella Zalewski (Young Woman)
  • Written By: Brad Wright
  • Directed By: Jonathan Glassner

  • Closing Control Voice: Of all the needs which drive us: hunger, thirst, desire... perhaps the most powerful is the simple need to be free.
  • Ep: 52
  • Heart's Desire
  • Opening Control Voice: Those who seek to predict the future... might first look to the past. The past is a mirror -- and those who ignore its sometimes dark reflection, are doomed to repeat it.

  • Starring: Caspar Van Dien (Jake Miller), Gary Basaraba (Ben Miller), Jed Rees (J.D. Kelton), David Longworth (Preacher), Ocean Hellman (Miriam Turner), John Novak (Tom Grant)
  • And: Esai Morales (Frank Kelton)
  • Featuring: Tom Heaton (Josiah Miller), Hamish Tildesley (Will), John Bear Curtis (Blacksmith), Bart Anderson (Townsman), Zook Matthews (Bartender), Dana Grahame (German Woman)
  • Written By: Alan Brennert
  • Directed By: Mario Azzopardi

  • Closing Control Voice: Will it be those seeking redemption who shall decide the future... or will those driven only by greed and envy shape our destiny? Even a hundred years later, the outcome is still very much in doubt.
  • Ep: 53
  • Tempests
  • Opening Control Voice: What is freedom but the ability to make choices? Between courage and cowardice, duty and love, or even... heaven and hell. The nature of the choices we make define us as human beings. We choose the world we inhabit.

  • Starring: Eric McCormack (John Virgil), Kenneth Welsh (Dr. Vasquez), Marie Stillin (Governor Mudry), Charlene Fernetz (Corinne Virgil)
  • And: Burt Young (Captain Parker)
  • Featuring: Lee Taylor (Colonel Lynne), Lachlan Murdoch (John Virgil, Jr.)
  • Written By: Hart Hanson
  • Directed By: Mario Azzopardi

  • Closing Control Voice: Each of us creates his own world. We conjure paradises from our hopes, and nightmares born of fear. But what if they are both illusions?
  • Ep: 54
  • The Awakening
  • Opening Control Voice: It is said that emotions are the language of the soul. But what happens when that expression is muted? What becomes of feelings... that have no voice?

  • Starring: Lela Rochon (Beth Carter), Gordon Pinsent (Dr. Steven Molstad), Michele Greene (Joan Garrison), Roger R. Cross (Kevin Flynn), Micki Maunsell (Dolly Kellerman)
  • Featuring: Lloyd Berry (Mike Kellerman), Alannah Ong (Woman Journalist), Joanna Piros (T.V. Newscaster), Scott Owen (Robber), Desiree Nicholson (Jenny), Michael Reid MacKay (Alien #1), Kelly Anne Conroy (Alien #2)
  • Written By: James Crocker
  • Directed By: George Bloomfield

  • Closing Control Voice: Errant computers can be reprogrammed, imperfect machines redesigned... but human beings are another matter.
  • Ep: 55
  • New Lease
  • Opening Control Voice: The quest to conquer death is as old as man himself. We conjure dark angels, whose untimely arrival we hope to avert with guile and perseverance. But in the end it is inevitably the grave, not hope, which prevails.

  • Starring: Stephen Lang (Dr. James Houghton), Terence Kelly (Oscar Reynolds), Nancy Sorel (Page Houghton)
  • And: Michael Ontkean (Dr. Charles McCamber)
  • Featuring: Brittney Irvin (Katrine Houghton), Jason Priestley (Anthony Szigetti), Michael Kopsa (Detective Broder), Rick Ravanello (Driver)
  • Written By: Sam Egan
  • Directed By: Jason Priestley

  • Closing Control Voice: If we measure how much we value life, solely by our dread of dying, then it may well be that we have no sense of its value... at all.
  • Ep: 56
  • Double Helix
  • Opening Control Voice: Perhaps we should ask ourselves, will the next leap of science be a step into the future? Or a plunge into the abyss.

  • Starring: Ron Rifkin (Dr. Martin Nodel), Ryan Reynolds (Paul Nodel), Ken Pogue (Dean Hardwick), Andrew Johnston (DeWitt)
  • Featuring: L. Harvey Gold (Dr. Greeson), Scott Swanson (Reverend Leblanc), William deVry (Ben), Tara Spencer-Nairn (Heather), Kathleen Duborg (Hope), Edward Diaz (Derek), Sara Johnson (Brittany), Kirsten Williamson (Sharon), Linda Ko (Female Student), Brent Fordham (Overweight Student)
  • Written By: Jonathan Glassner
  • Directed By: Mario Azzopardi

  • Closing Control Voice: The more we learn about the universe around us, the more we realize how little we truly know. But we will only find what wonders await us if no false walls are built around our explorers, and no false restraints applied to the unquenchable human thirst to know it all.
  • Ep: 57
  • Dead Man's Switch
  • Opening Control Voice: Young idealists often dream of having the power to save the world. But would that dream become a nightmare if saving the world could also mean destroying it?

  • Starring: James LeGros (Lieutenant Ben Conklin), Kristin Lehman (Katya Rubanoff), Donnelly Rhodes (General James Eiger), Yee Jee Tso (Hong), Merrilyn Gann (Gwen Wellington), Ellis Williams (Donald)
  • Written By: Ben Richardson
  • Directed By: Jeff Woolnough

  • Closing Control Voice: Our destiny is controlled by the choices we make. Those choices can turn an ordinary man into a king, or reduce him to little more than a pawn. With the fate of the world in your hands... what would you choose?
  • Ep: 58
  • Music of the Spheres
  • Opening Control Voice: For years we have searched for the answer to an eternal question, "Are we alone?" As yet, there has been no answer. Or perhaps the answer is only for those with the facility to hear it.

  • Starring: Howard Hesseman (Dr. Emory Taylor), Joshua Jackson (Devon Taylor), Larry Musser (Dr. Evan Swift), Anna Hagan (Dr. Riddle)
  • And: Kirsten Dunst (Joyce Taylor)
  • Featuring: Ryan Taylor (Vic), Jonathan Whittaker (Colonel Bowen), David Kaye (News Anchor), Ronin Wong (Doctor #1), Kamilyn Kaneko (Kelly), Andrew Younghusband (D.J.), Gina Chiarelli (Doctor #2), Douglas Newell (Principal), Freda Perry (Nurse)
  • Written By: Steven Barnes
  • Directed By: David Warry-Smith

  • Closing Control Voice: It is said that Music is a universal bridge, crossing the barriers of culture, age and language. Perhaps, eventually, we will learn that it also spans those of time... and space.
  • Ep: 59
  • The Revelations of 'Becca Paulson
  • Opening Control Voice: Even in the most innocent of minds, there are still secrets best left unrevealed.

  • Starring: Catherine O'Hara (Becca Paulson), John Diehl (Joe Paulson), Bill Dow (Doc Fink), Marilyn Norry (Flo)
  • And: Steven Weber (8x10 Man)
  • Featuring: Barry Mickelson (Doctor), Jon Chardiet (Moss), Preston Maybank (Hank), Russell B. Porter (Actor), Carla White (Actress), Jo-Ann MacDonald (Cashier), David Glyn-Jones (Poker Pal)
  • Based on the Short Story "The Revelations of 'Becka Paulson" By: Steven King
  • Written By: Brad Wright
  • Directed By: Steven Weber

  • Closing Control Voice: Perhaps the descent into madness, is not a solitary journey, after all.
  • Ep: 60
  • Bodies of Evidence
  • Opening Control Voice: The search for truth is a uniquely human process, a quest guided by our perception of an event. But what happens to the truth when what we see and what we think we see... are two very different things?

  • Starring: Mario Van Peebles (Captain William Clark), Guylaine St. Onge (Dr. Helene Dufour), Ken Camroux (Admiral Jones), Barry W. Levy (Colonel Bell), Roman Podhora (Commander Louis Vidwell), Gerard Plunkett (Admiral Birch)
  • And: Jennifer Beals (Robyn Dysart)
  • Featuring: David Lloyd Austin (Admiral Sergei Yurov), Tatiana Chekhova (Commander Lara Nabakov), David Neale (Commander Richard Gordon), Linden Banks (Dr. Thomas Somerset), Patrick Keating (Technician), Alexander Pollock (Boy), Kathryn Anderson (Woman), Zinaid Memisevic (Young Man)
  • Story By: Chris Dickie & Ryland Kelley
  • Teleplay By: Chris Dickie
  • Directed By: Melvin Van Peebles

  • Closing Control Voice: Some say that the truth is only what we persuade others to believe. If so, we should be wary... for truth is easily and often hidden by the arguments of those who are false.
  • Ep: 61
  • Feasibility Study
  • Opening Control Voice: In a world where change is the rule, we rely on the unyielding constants in life for comfort and security... that the sun will rise, that the earth will turn. But what if we could no longer be certain of anything? To what then would we cling?

  • Starring: David McCallum (Joshua Hayward), Laura Harris (Sara Hayward), Malcolm Stewart (Mr. Tenzer), Don MacKay (Pat Dooley), Peter Hanlon (Peter), Chilton Crane (Elaine Tenzer), Peter Bryant (Mike)
  • Featuring: Jesse Moss (Sean Tenzer), Zachary Ansley (Adrielo), Tobias Mehler (Nicky Reeves), French Tickner (Father Puglia), Christina Jastrzembska (Sonja), Eric Schneider (Triune)
  • Written By: Joseph Stefano
  • Directed By: Ken Girotti
  • Note: Remake of the episode "A Feasibility Study" from Season One of the original series

  • Closing Control Voice: For centuries philosophers and theologians have debated what it means to be human. Perhaps the answer has eluded us because it is so simple. To be human is to choose.
  • Ep: 62
  • Hearts and Minds
  • Opening Control Voice: In order to survive, a soldier must fight many battles, physical as well as mental. But in the heat of the struggle, reality can sometimes fade, like memory, until only one thing remains certain... the first casualty of war is truth.

  • Starring: Christine Elise (Lieutenant Rosen), Miguel Fernandes (Captain Tavernier), Dylan Walsh (Sergeant Eldritch), Vincent Gale (Corporal Hawthorne), Heather Hanson (Archer)
  • Featuring: Tong Lung (Asian Leader), Darryl Quon (Asian Worker), Michael Todd (Alien)
  • Written By: Naren Shankar
  • Directed By: Brad Turner

  • Closing Control Voice: Humans kill for love, for revenge, for survival, and even for ideas. Perhaps the capacity to kill then is a very true part of our nature. But within this behavior, defined by fear, must we also be taught to hate?
  • Ep: 63
  • In Another Life
  • Opening Control Voice: Do we have the power to shape our lives or are we predestined to be who we are? If our Fate is but one amongst many, then whose life, if anyone's, is real?

  • Starring: Kelly Rowan (Kristin), Mitchell Laurance (Mason Stark), Matthew Laurance (Mr. Stark), Andrew Wheeler (Gary), Peter Yunker (Palmer)
  • Featuring: Cheryl Wilson (Cynthia), Deshka Peneff (Janice), Phillip Mitchell (Mugger), Jim Swansburg (Man), Benz Antoine (Security Guard #1), Rob Daprocida (Security Guard #2)
  • Story By: Naren Shankar & Brad Wright & Chris Brancato
  • Teleplay By: Naren Shankar
  • Directed By: Allan Eastman

  • Closing Control Voice: If our lives are indeed the sum total of the choices we've made, then we cannot change who we are. But with every new choice we're given, we can change who we're going to be.
  • Ep: 64
  • In the Zone
  • Opening Control Voice: Evolution is guided by the principle of survival of the fittest. For the human animal, the urge to compete is ingrained in our spirit. But in some arenas the rules are not clear and victory may well be an illusion.

  • Starring: Adrian Pasdar (Tanner Brooks), Claudette Mink (Jessica Brooks), Dwight McFee (Ring Announcer)
  • And: Pat Morita (Michael Chen)
  • Featuring: Rick Ravanello (Marcus), Douglas Smith (Kid), Paul Carson (Reporter #1), Catherine Swing (Reporter #2), Lori Fetrick (Helen)
  • Story By: Jon Povill
  • Teleplay By: Naren Shankar
  • Directed By: David Warry-Smith

  • Closing Control Voice: For the human race life is a ceaseless competition for power, for fame, even love. But when the desire for victory is reduced to winning at any cost, then we can only guarantee our defeat.
  • Ep: 65
  • Rite of Passage
  • Opening Control Voice: Throughout history man has been driven to seek out his origins to determine whether he's the result of a divine plan or merely the sum of all his yesterdays. But what happens if, at the end of his search, he should discover he's neither?

  • Starring: Jimmy Marsden (Brav), Emmanuelle Vaugier (Shal), Camille Mitchell (Mother)
  • Featuring: Boyan Vukelic (Roan), Crystal Cass (K'ren), Mark Gibbon (Male Vorak)
  • Written By: Chris Dickie
  • Directed By: Jimmy Kaufman

  • Closing Control Voice: Every life is a destination unknown, a journey of tragedies and triumphs, that ultimately allows us to discover not only our world, but more importantly, ourselves.
  • Ep: 66
  • A Special Edition
  • Opening Control Voice: Sometimes, to uncover that which is hidden, we must first be made to look.

  • Starring: Alan Thicke (Donald Rivers), Bruce Harwood (Dr. Avery Strong), Louise Vallance (Sandra)
  • Featuring: Michael St. John Smith (Dr. Richard Morgan), Colin Lawrence (Technician), Harrison Coe (Man), Colleen Winton (Spokesperson), Gerry Rousseau (Bum)
  • Excerpts From: Last Supper, New Lease, Blood Brothers, The Voice of Reason, Afterlife, In Another Life, Dark Rain
  • Story By: Naren Shankar & Jonathan Glassner
  • Teleplay By: Naren Shankar
  • Directed By: Mario Azzopardi

  • Closing Control Voice: We rely upon others to inform us but wisdom can never be taught... and we must always decide the truth for ourselves.


Season Three
Kevin Conway ....................... Control Voice