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The Outer Limits
  • Ep: 67
  • Criminal Nature
  • Opening Control Voice: With every scientific advance we grow closer to unlocking the mysteries of life and creation. But what have we gained if, in the process, we lose our humanity?

  • Starring: Gary Cole (Detective Ray Venable), Louis Del Grande (Detective Renfro), Jason Gray-Stanford (Dylan Venable), Lynda Boyd (Marie Venable), Jill Teed (Carolyn), Anthony Ulc (Detective)
  • Featuring: Joel Palmer (Jesse Venable), Kavan Smith (Lieutenant O'Neill), Rachel Cronin (GRS Girl), John MacLaren (Rosen), Judith Maxie (Mayor Gant), Fred Henderson (Acosta), David Cameron (Medic)
  • Written By: Brad Markowitz
  • Directed By: Steve Anker
  • Note: Sequel to "Unnatural Selection" from Season Two

  • Closing Control Voice: The most powerful thing we pass along to our children may not reside in the genes... but in the soul.
  • Ep: 68
  • The Hunt
  • Opening Control Voice: Humankind has proven to be unique among lifeforms, distinguished not only by its lofty intelligence, morality and self awareness, but also by a baser side... it is the only creature that kills for sport.

  • Starring: Doug Savant (Kel-54), Ron White (George Nichols), Sarah Strange (Tara), David McNally (Pete-41), Don Thompson (Doc), Tobias Mehler (Eric Nichols)
  • And: Bob Gunton (Clute Nichols)
  • Featuring: Robert Moloney (Veeter), D. Harlan Cutshall (Driver), Russell Ferrier (Game Warden)
  • Written By: Sam Egan
  • Directed By: Mario Azzopardi

  • Closing Control Voice: As machines grow more human, we must be wary that we do not become... less so.
  • Ep: 69
  • Relativity Theory
  • Opening Control Voice: When we have conquered interstellar space, what will we gain? A new perspective on ourselves or only a wider scope for our arrogance.

  • Starring: Melissa Gilbert (Teresa Janovitch), Jeremy Ratchford (Sergeant Adam Sears), Tim Guinee (Corporal Charles Pendelton), Hiro Kanagawa (Tally), Michael Kopsa (Commander Ivers)
  • Featuring: Robert Lewis (Jake Sternlight), Mary Ann Skoll (Judith Mason), Doug Jones (Elder Alien), EG Mahan (Wounded Alien)
  • Written By: Carleton Eastlake
  • Directed By: Ken Girotti

  • Closing Control Voice: Cultural relativity. It doesn't need to be a complicated theory. Indeed, it can be as simple, and as deadly, as a two-edged sword.
  • Ep: 70
  • Josh
  • Opening Control Voice: They say seeing is believing. But the true question is... what do you believe you've seen?

  • Starring: Alex McArthur (Josh Butler), Kate Vernon (Judy Warren), Grant Heslov (Todd), Fulvio Cecere (Major), Larry Musser (Major Samuel Harbeck)
  • And: Scott Hylands (Colonel Roger Tennent)
  • Featuring: Joe Pascual (Lieutenant Marquez), Caroline Elliot (Allison James), Allixandria East (Sarah James), Jon Raitt (Gordon Huntmeyer), Edward Evanko (Preacher)
  • Written By: Chris Ruppenthal
  • Directed By: Jorge Montesi

  • Closing Control Voice: Throughout history, the search for faith has led man to look to the stars and the heavens for answers. But only by looking into ourselves may we truly find it.
  • Ep: 71
  • Glyphic
  • Opening Control Voice: Human beings naturally fear that which is unknown or different. But unless we strive to conquer those fears, they may exact a price far greater than we can bear.

  • Starring: Rachael Leigh Cook (Cassie Boussard), Peter Flemming (Tom Young), Tom McBeath (Dr. Mitchell), Robin Duke (Sheriff Marie DuPont), Tom Heaton (Jim)
  • And: Lane Smith (Dr. Malcolm Boussard)
  • Featuring: Brad Swaile (Louis Boussard), Shannon Beaty (Young Cassie), Ryan DeBoer (Young Louis), Jonathon Young (Billy), Constance Barnes (Doctor), Heather Chopko (Receptionist)
  • Written By: Naren Shankar
  • Directed By: Catherine O'Hara

  • Closing Control Voice: It is said the human capacity for language is the quality which separates us from all other species on earth. Perhaps it is also the same quality which can link us to those beyond... but only if we are willing to listen.
  • Ep: 72
  • Identity Crisis
  • Opening Control Voice: Since our earliest beginnings we have always believed in some form of transcendence. But when we finally discover how to transcend our own biological bodies, what exactly will we gain... and what will we leave behind?

  • Starring: Lou Diamond Phillips (Captain Cotter McCoy), Robert Joy (Dr. Greg Olander), Scott Kraft (Colonel Pete Butler), Dale Wilson (General Langston Chase)
  • And: Teri Polo (Sally McCoy)
  • Featuring: John McConnach (Commando), Awaovieyi Agie (Guard)
  • Written By: James Crocker
  • Directed By: Brad Turner

  • Closing Control Voice: A great philosopher once said, The endeavor to persist in its own being is the essence of the individual thing." But when the day comes that the mind and body can be separated... what will happen to the soul?
  • Ep: 73
  • The Vaccine
  • Opening Control Voice: Along with futures we dare not imagine... come choices we dare not make.

  • Starring: Maria Conchita Alonso (Marie Alexander), Lane Gates (Harry Andrews), Brent David Fraser (Graham), Biski Gugushe (James), Eric Keenleyside (Major Ford), Jay Brazeau (Bernard Katz), Megan Leitch (Barb), Joy Coghill (Jean)
  • Featuring: Jason Gaffney (Kirk), Laurie Murdoch (Lawrence), Michael Buie (Soldier), Joanna Piros (News Anchor), Claire Riley (Dr. Egan)
  • Written By: Brad Wright
  • Directed By: Neill Fearnley

  • Closing Control Voice: Though survival of the fittest is the cornerstone of evolution... perhaps, the meek shall inherit the earth after all.
  • Ep: 74
  • Fear Itself
  • Opening Control Voice: Experience teaches that of all the emotions, fear stands alone in its power to move us or to capture us in its grip... forever.

  • Starring: Ayre Gross (Bernard Selden), Tanya Allen (Lisa), Lorena Gale (Doctor), Benjamin Ratner (Blanco), Alex Diakun (Mr. Wilkes / Father Claridge)
  • And: Jeffrey De Munn (Dr. Adam Pike)
  • Featuring: Eric Schneider (Dr. Osgoode), Althea McAdam (Woman), Matthew Prior (Boy), Darren Moore (Gangmember), Michael Cram (McKenna), Howard Siegel (Superintendent), Max Peters (Young Bernard), Jim Smith (Orphanage Caretaker)
  • Written By: Sam Egan
  • Directed By: James Head

  • Closing Control Voice: In a world of terrors there is nothing more fearsome than the unknown. Especially when what is unknown... is ourselves.
  • Ep: 75
  • The Joining
  • Opening Control Voice: Our history abounds with the exploits of heroes who brave overwhelming odds and live to tell the tale. But is there a point at which the determination to survive... comes at too high a price?

  • Starring: C. Thomas Howell (Captain Miles Davidow), Amanda Tapping (Commander Kate Girard), Jim Byrnes (Gary Latimer), Linda Darlow (Dr. Thuragood)
  • And: Jeffrey Jones (Dr. Scott Perkins)
  • Featuring: Michael Tiernan (Major Braithwaite), Alvin Sanders (Chaplan)
  • Story By: Sam Egan & Jonathan Glassner & Brad Wright
  • Teleplay By: Sam Egan
  • Directed By: Brad Turner

  • Closing Control Voice: It is nature's imperative that the differences among us endure. But what if we can no longer distinguish one being from another?
  • Ep: 76
  • To Tell the Truth
  • Opening Control Voice: It has been said that for the truth to exist it takes two people... one to speak it and another to hear it.

  • Starring: Gregory Harrison (Dr. Larry Chambers), Kim Huffman (Amanda Harper), Alan Scarfe (Montgomery Bennett), Ken Pogue (Ian Harper)
  • And: William Atherton (Franklin Murdock)
  • Featuring: David Allan Pearson (Stanley Fenton), Marcy Goldberg (Council Member Roark), Doug Jones (Alien #1), Eg Mahan (Alien #2)
  • Written By: Lawrence Meyers
  • Directed By: Mario Azzopardi

  • Closing Control Voice: Mankind will be forever doomed to destruction, if we continue to ask for the truth but then... refuse to listen.
  • Ep: 77
  • Mary 25
  • Opening Control Voice: Our children need protecting from much more than physical harm. Just as threatening to the fragile child are the dangers of the mind... and the dangers of the heart.

  • Starring: Cynthia Geary (Teryl Bouton), Tom Butler (Charlie Bouton)
  • With: Michael Shanks (Melburn Ross)
  • And: Sophia Shinas (Mary 25)
  • Featuring: Britt McKillip (Brook Bouton), Matthew Prior (Brabdon Bouton), Patrica Mayen Salaxar (Carmen Ortega), Paula Shaw (Mrs. Janus), Ian Robison (Grant Kildale)
  • Exerpts From: Valerie 23
  • Written By: Jonathan Glassner
  • Directed By: James Head
  • Note: Sequel to "Valerie 23" from Season One

  • Closing Control Voice: Let us hope that no technology will ever exist that can replace human warmth and compassion. For when such a technology does exist, will we cease to be human?
  • Ep: 78
  • Final Exam
  • Opening Control Voice: They say a little knowledge is a dangerous thing. But what of the man who possesses too much knowledge?

  • Starring: Brett Cullen (Dr. James Martin), Peter Stebbings (Seth Toddman), Stellina Rusich (Sharon Martin)
  • And: Kevin Tighe (General)
  • Featuring: Michael St.John Smith (Dean Irwin), Andrew McIlroy (Hal Kaplan), Garvin Cross (Lieutenant Jackson), Darcy Kirkpatrick (Communications Officer), Chris Nelson Norris (Captain Litvak), Derek Peakman (Professor Wylie), Kyra Azzopardi (Kate Martin), Gary Hetherington (Chief Davis), Bob Dawson (Mr. Walker), Sharon Alexander (Girl Hostage), Brennan Elliot (Tom), John Innes (Teacher), Derek Lowe (Student)
  • Written By: Carleton Eastlake
  • Directed By: Mario Azzopardi

  • Closing Control Voice: If knowledge is power and power corrupts... how will humankind ever survive?
  • Ep: 79
  • Lithia
  • Opening Control Voice: Evolution teaches that the failure of a species to adapt will result in extinction. But could an entire gender fall victim to the same immutable loss?

  • Starring: David Keith (Major Jason Mercer), Claire Rankin (Ariel), Nadia Capone (Miranda), Kirsten Williamson (Pele), Camille Mitchell (Leader of Hyacinth)
  • And: Julie Harris (Hera)
  • Featuring: Katie Stuart (Phoebe), Karin Konoval (Sarah), Beverley Elliot (Celeste), Jenny-Lynn Hutcheson (Nomi), Julie Bond (Pontella), Michelle Hart (Enya), Nadia Leigh Nascimento (Elysse)
  • Written By: Sam Egan
  • Directed By: Helen Shaver

  • Closing Control Voice: The differences between men and women have been debated among philosophers since recorded history began. If indeed males are, by their nature the aggressor, it is this quality that may one day be their undoing.
  • Ep: 80
  • Monster
  • Opening Control Voice: It was once written, "To thine own self, be true." But how do we know who we, really are?

  • Starring: Harry Hamlin (Ford Maddox), Nicole deBoer (Rachel Sanders), Aaron Pearl (Roger Beckersly), Bridget O'Sullivan (Louise McDonnaugh)
  • And: Robert Guillaume (Mr. Brown)
  • Featuring: David Lloyd Austin (Mistolav Krupchik), Ronald Selmour (Colonel Kikongo), Nicholas Harrison (Head of Security), Sean Millington (Delta #1 Leader), Michael Brynjolfson (Delta #2 Leader), Scott Swanson (General Baker), Richard Leacock (Dairy Guard)
  • Written By: Chris Ruppenthal
  • Directed By: Allan Eastman

  • Closing Control Voice: Every man must confront the monster within himself, if he is ever to find peace, without.
  • Ep: 81
  • Sarcophagus
  • Opening Control Voice: Humans are driven to explore their history, to rediscover forgotten lives and times. For deep down we have always known that our past... is often prologue.

  • Starring: Lisa Zane (Natalie Grainger), David Cubitt (Curtis Grainger), Peter Wilds (Dean), Eli Gabay (Faber)
  • And: Robert Picardo (Emmet Harley)
  • Featuring: Doug Jones (Alien / Alien Doctor), Patricia Dahlquist (Doctor)
  • Written By: Bill Froehlich
  • Directed By: Jeff Woolnough

  • Closing Control Voice: They say what you send around comes around. Perhaps, that is true, even if it sometimes takes... a thousand years.
  • Ep: 82
  • Nightmare
  • Opening Control Voice: While some prisoners of war show bravery beyond the call of duty, others succomb to an enemy often more formidable than the one which captured them.

  • Starring: Steven Bauer (Sergeant Waylon Dumar), Maurice Dean Wint (Captain Robert R. Kimbro), Kerry Sandomirsky (Kristen Ann O'Keefe), Brandy Ledford (Dr. Elayna Chomski), Cameron Graham (Lieutenant Christopher Valentine), Garry Chalk (General)
  • And: Robin Shou (Major Ronald Naguchi)
  • Featuring: Danny Wattley (Dennis Cameron), Adam Harrington (Billy Valentine), Eric Schneider (The Voice), Chantal Strand (Young Girl)
  • Based Upon the Original Episode By: Joseph Stefano
  • Story By: Sam Egan & Tracy Tormé
  • Teleplay By: Sam Egan
  • Directed By: James Head
  • Note: Remake of the episode "Nightmare" from Season One of the original series

  • Closing Control Voice: In our efforts to plumb the depths of our psychological endurance we may do more than drive ourselves to the breaking point... we may destroy the very world we're seeking to protect.
  • Ep: 83
  • Promised Land
  • Opening Control Voice: Our most powerful instinct is self-preservation. But what happens when fear and mistrust twist that drive into a force more destructive than any outside enemy?

  • Starring: Caroline Goodall (Rebecca), Joseph Kell (David), Susan Hogan (Krenn)
  • And: Rene Auberjonois (Dlavan)
  • Featuring: Jessica Harmon (Tali), Jane Sowerby (Ruth), Lanchlan Murdoch (Ma'al), Paul Magel (Caleb), Kristian Ayre (T'sha), John Tench (Alex), Devin Drewitz (Isaac)
  • Story By: Brad Markowitz & Brad Wright
  • Teleplay By: Brad Markowitz
  • Directed By: Neill Fearnley
  • Note: Sequel to "The Camp" from Season Three

  • Closing Control Voice: It is one of the great mysteries of existence how the smallest drop of understanding can cleanse a sea of mistrust and hate.
  • Ep: 84
  • The Balance of Nature
  • Opening Control Voice: It is perhaps the central paradox of our existence... to be alive is to be aware of our mortality. Life is, by definition, a terminal disease.

  • Starring: Maurice Godin (Dr. Noah Phillips), Harve Presnell (Greg Matheson), Lisa Maris (Meredith Phillips), Fiona Loewi (Young Barbara Matheson), Andrew Airlee (Dr. Don Kingsly)
  • And: Barbara Rush (Barbara Matheson)
  • Written By: Derek Lowe
  • Directed By: Steve Johnson

  • Closing Control Voice: Philosophers and poets concur on one fundamental truth... love will find a way, it's just a matter of time.
  • Ep: 85
  • The Origin of Species
  • Opening Control Voice: Throughout the ages humans have looked to the heavens and wondered, "Where did we come from, and where are we going?" But will we find those answers in the stars, or in ourselves?

  • Starring: Ryan Reynolds (Paul Nodel), Kathleen DuBorg (Hope), William deVry (Ben), Tara Spencer-Nairn (Heather), Kirby Morrow (Kirby), Clare Lapinskie (Clare), Terri Lynn Ibisoglu (Sarah), Silvio Pollio (Anthony)
  • And: Ron Rifkin (Dr. Eric Nodel)
  • Excerpts From: Double Helix
  • Story By: Jonathan Glassner & Naren Shankar
  • Teleplay By: Naren Shankar
  • Directed By: Brad Turner
  • Note: Sequel to "Double Helix" from Season Three

  • Closing Control Voice: It is said that those who do not learn from history are doomed to repeat it. Will we be wise enough to learn?
  • Ep: 86
  • Phobos Rising
  • Opening Control Voice: How far will mankind have to go before we realize that the only antidote to self-annihilation... is trust?

  • Starring: Adam Baldwin (Major James Bowen), Barbara Eve Harris (Colonel Samantha Elliot), Gordon Currie (Stadetski), Kevin McNulty (Commander)
  • And: Joan Chen (Major Dara Talif)
  • Featuring: Jennifer Copping (Corporal Harrier), Robert Luft (Corporal Edwards), Mina E. Mina (Colonel Paz), Brendan Stitchman (Private Juanas), Winston Brown (Sergeant Nichols), Rob Freeman (Captain Rosen), Daryl Scheelar (Sergeant Laughton)
  • Written By: Garth Gerald Wilson
  • Directed By: Helen Shaver

  • Closing Control Voice: If mankind is to survive we must learn to trust one another, and that trust begins... in the human heart.
  • Ep: 87
  • Black Box
  • Opening Control Voice: It is said that conduct on the battlefield is the ultimate measure of a man. But often the enemy we are most afraid to face is much closer to home.

  • Starring: Ron Perlman (Lieutenant Colonel Brandon Grace), Maria Del Mar (Jennifer Rigny), Chris Mulkey (Mike), Michael David Simms (Ed), Belinda Metz (Karen), Peter DeLuise (Cop), Julie Patzwald (Cammi), Terence Kelly (General)
  • Featuring: Julie Fitzgerald (Penny), Nancy Kerr (Dr. Allensworth), Donna Lucas (Hornet)
  • Written By: Brad Markowitz
  • Directed By: Steven Weber

  • Closing Control Voice: Wars can be won or lost but in the battle waged inside a man's soul, only love can heal the wounds.
  • Ep: 88
  • In Our Own Image
  • Opening Control Voice: It is nature's way that life expands to fill any vacuum. But when human minds become circuits and human flesh becomes steel, what will that new life reveal?

  • Starring: Nana Visitor (Celia Fairman), Nicholas Lea (Mac 27), Timothy Webber (Martin Nash), Bill Dow (Dr. Keeler)
  • Featuring: Tim O'Halloran (Security Chief), Dana Pemberton (Security Guard), John Wardlow (Dr. Blake)
  • Excerpts From: Bits of Love, Valerie 23, Identity Crisis, The Camp
  • Story By: Naren Shankar
  • Teleplay By: Naren Shankar & Carleton Eastlake & Chris Ruppenthal & Brad Markowitz
  • Directed By: Steve Anker

  • Closing Control Voice: If we teach our children by example, then we only have ourselves to blame for whom they become.


Season Four
Kevin Conway ....................... Control Voice