Burning Zone

Season 1 Episode 4

Arms of Fire

0
Aired Unknown Sep 24, 1996 on UPN
7.3
out of 10
User Rating
5 votes
0

EPISODE REVIEWS
By TV.com Users

Episode Summary

EDIT
Arms of Fire
AIRED:
When a boy appears to die of spontaneous human combustion, the team discovers a connection to an unscrupulous pharmaceutical company who are using students of the local high school as test subjects.

Who was the Episode MVP ?

Wednesday
No results found.
Thursday
No results found.
Friday
No results found.
SUBMIT REVIEW
    James Black

    James Black

    Agent Michael Hailey

    Jeffrey Dean Morgan

    Jeffrey Dean Morgan

    Dr. Edward Marcase

    Michael Harris (I)

    Michael Harris (I)

    Dr. Daniel Cassian

    Tamlyn Tomita

    Tamlyn Tomita

    Dr. Kimberly Shiroma

    Katherine Olsen

    Katherine Olsen

    Shelley

    Guest Star

    Stephen Poletti

    Stephen Poletti

    Chief of Security

    Guest Star

    De'Aundre Bonds

    De'Aundre Bonds

    Basketball player

    Guest Star

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

    FILTER BY TYPE

    • TRIVIA (0)

    • QUOTES (2)

      • (Edward hits on a woman in a bar by telling her he's a doctor, Daniel interrupts)
        Daniel: But Edward's being too modest – he's not just a family doctor, he's a virologist.
        Shelley: Wow – what kind of doctor is that?
        Daniel: He spends all day in a lab working on the most horrible, horrible diseases like AIDS, Lassa Fever, well, you name it. In fact, in his blood right now are antibodies to Ebola which is really the deadliest of them all.
        Shelley: (horrified) Oh my God! (she hurries away)
        Edward: Wait a minute, Shelley – antibodies are a good thing! (glares at Daniel) Thank you, thank you very much.

      • (Man steps too close to remains of boy, ashes on the floor)
        Janitor: Watch you don't step on Kevin.

    • NOTES (0)

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • Spontaneous human combustion

        The alleged burning of a person's body without a readily apparent, identifiable external source of ignition. The combustion may result in simple burns and blisters to the skin, smoking, or a complete incineration of the body.

    More
    Less