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7 Days

Season 2 Episode 11

Time Gremlin

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Aired Unknown Jan 12, 2000 on UPN
8.7
out of 10
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Time Gremlin
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A doctor in California destroys the entire state by experimenting with explosive fault line devices, and Parker must prevent a tidal wave from killing over ten million people. Complications arise when he Backsteps and ends up with a strange creature capable of generating temporal disruptions that is intent on destroying Backstep.moreless

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  • This is a very good episode of Seven Days. Some parts of the episode, including the whole premise are kind of out there, but it is entertaining.

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    This is a very good episode of Seven Days. Some parts of the episode, including the whole premise are kind of out there, but it is entertaining.



    The whole part with the time messed up and preventing the massive earthquake make this episode what it was. They could of thought of a better idea than a gremlin, or done better than just showing a blur everytime, but overall, it made a good episode.moreless
Jonathan LaPaglia

Jonathan LaPaglia

Lt. Frank Bartholomew Parker

Don Franklin

Don Franklin

Capt. Craig Donovan

Norman Lloyd

Norman Lloyd

Dr. Isaac Mentnor

Justina Vail

Justina Vail

Dr. Olga Vukavitch

Nick Searcy

Nick Searcy

Nathan Ramsey

Sam Whipple

Sam Whipple

Dr. John Ballard

William Pavey

William Pavey

Young Isaac Mentnor

Guest Star

Dana Still

Dana Still

Dr. Stoller

Guest Star

Hiro Kanagawa

Hiro Kanagawa

Dr. Oshima

Guest Star

Jerome Butler

Jerome Butler

MIB #2

Recurring Role

Charley Lang

Charley Lang

MIB #1

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (2)

    • Why doesn't the super-accelerated Ballard write down what he's trying to communicate?

    • They say that in order to lure the Time Gremlin into the sphere and hopefully shake him loose during the backstep, they need to leave the hatch off the sphere. But when the sphere lands on the beach, the first thing Frank does (as usual) is kick the sphere hatch open... where'd the hatch come from?

  • QUOTES (5)

    • Dr. Stoller: (about Frank) He's antisocial. He's anti-establishment. He exhibits both God and martyr complexes, simultaneously! He won't take any medications. He has massive resistance to authority figures, with the possible exception of Catholic nuns. By all rational standards he's as crazy as a... he's clinically insane.

    • Talmadge: Rational standards don't apply to Parker.

    • Olga: You can't go in the Sphere with the hatch open. That's crazy!
      Frank: Olga, we're trying to shotput a time gremlin into a wormhole in outer space – you want to define crazy?
      Olga: Good point.

    • Frank: If I don't make this call now we're both going to be doing the sequel to The Little Mermaid.

    • (attaching monitors to Frank's chest)
      Frank: A little lower, please.
      Olga: If I were any lower, I'd be monitoring something inconsequential.
      Frank: Says you.

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  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • TZ: Nightmare at 20,000 Feet: A gremlin on the craft...
      This episode bears a number of similarities to the Twilight Zone episode "Nightmare at 20,000 Feet," with a mischievous yet evil creature conducting sabotage and the protagonist doubting his sanity.

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