Category 7: The End of the World

Season 1 Episode 1

Part 1

Aired Sunday 9:00 PM Nov 06, 2005 on CBS
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Part 1
A monster storm threatens the world.

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  • Good example of a good goverment takeing action during a major disaster.

    Can't wait for Part 2.

    This is just such an exciting "Movie" or new tv show since it is on this website.

    I just love the story and all the action in this movie. I was just alittle pissed off when it was just getting good and then I find out that it will continue next sunday.

    If you seen the first part, watch the second.

    If you didn't see the first part, don't even bother with the second because you will be all confused and have no idea what this movie is about.moreless
Jim Coorington

Jim Coorington

Captain Tergesson

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Dave Brown

Dave Brown


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Lisa Best

Lisa Best

Reporter 1

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Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (3)

    • Goof: Ross Duffy consistently mispronounces "mesosphere" as "mesophere".

    • Goof: During television coverage of Hurricane Eduardo in Florida, the reporter states the storm is a Category 5 hurricane with wind gusts to 150 MPH. 150 MPH winds would actually be classified as Category 4 on the Saffir-Simpson hurricane scale. Category 5 wind speeds start at 156 MPH sustained with higher gusts.

    • Goof: During the storm that floods New York City, a subway station is seen bearing the legend "Wilshire Boulevard." No such street or station exist in NYC. They do, however, in Los Angeles.

  • QUOTES (3)

    • Melody: Boss, we got nothing in reserve. We get hit by a second weather disaster, we're gonna need a FEMA to look after FEMA.
      Judith: Boy, did I choose the wrong week to get promoted.

    • Judith: Melody. Does the ideal of a secret mission appeal to you?
      Melody: Do I have a Japanese kitty cat tattooed on my butt?
      Judith: I'll take that as a yes to both.

    • Tommy: When I was up in that twister, looking down at the Sears Tower, it struck me. I was a man facing his destiny strapped in an SUV. So, what did I do?
      Ross: What?
      Tommy: I popped that lock, and I stepped outside, and I actually flew.
      Ross: You did not.
      Tommy: I flew. I figured, Hell, I'm already dead, why not enjoy the ride? Ride that whirlwind! But that's when I saw it. My destiny. I was flying higher than incoming traffic into O'Hare, but I suddenly knew that I wasn't gonna crash. That tornado dropped me straight into Lake Michigan. Point your toes!

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