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1998-04-04 00:00:00 - The Vaccine(The Outer Limits) - (Plain and Simple Cronan <cronan@DeathsDoor.com>)


I don't think I have the words to express how much I loved this episode. I haven't seen anything this good in scifi telelvision since... well EVER. IT was that good. I mean really, really good. If you don't have cable, get it. Waiting a year for this type of brilliance is a crime beyond reproach. P&SC ..did I mention the black guy lived? That kicks much ass

1998-04-04 00:00:00 - Re: The Vaccine(The Outer Limits) - (stoodin101@aol.com)


>I don't think I have the words to express how much I loved this episode. Really superlative. Brad Wright scores another hit, to make up for that dismal Stephen Deposedking adaptation of last year. I haven't been impressed by Fearnley's direction in the past, but this ep seemed to be Up his Alley, so to speak. >I haven't seen anything this good in scifi telelvision since... well EVER. Then you need to start watching OUTER LIMITS more often and get outta the Star Trek rut. This is definitely the best ep of the 4th season, though, stealing the position from last week's IDENTITY CRISIS with ease (though that was a good ep). BUT NEVER TELL WHO LIVED!!! Part of the "fun" we OL addicts get is knowing that No One Is Sacred, not even The Hero/Heroine of the night. In fact, some of us know the True Name Of OL, the one that sends fans of lesser TeeVee screaming in fright: T H E S H O W T H A T E A T S I T S H E R O E S. NECRONOMICON, all-instrumental electronic music inspired by H.P.Lovecraft, now available on c-60 cassette. E-mail StoOdin101@aol.com for details.