The Outer Limits

Monster

Season 4, Ep 18, Aired 7/10/98
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  • Episode Description
  • The four people gathered in the top-secret research facility seem at first to have nothing in common: Ford Maddox (Harry Hamlin) is a former spy, Rachel Sanders (Nicole De Boer) is a nurse, Roger Beckersly (Aaron Pearl) is an Army Ranger and Louise McDonnaugh (Bridget O'Sullivan) is a computer programmer. 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 individual's 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.moreless

  • Cast & Crew
  • Kevin Conway

    The Control Voice

  • Chris Ruppenthal

  • Allan Eastman

  • Nicole de Boer

    Rachel Sanders

  • Ron Selmour

    Colonel Kikongo

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (2)

    • Control Voice: (Closing Narration) Every man must confront the monster within himself, if he is ever to find peace, without.

    • Control Voice: (Opening Narration) It was once written: "To thine own self, be true". But how do we know who we, really are?

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