Diagnosis Murder

Season 6 Episode 6

Alienated

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Aired Unknown Oct 29, 1998 on CBS
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Alienated
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Shadowy figures haunt Jesse after he returns after being missing five days and believes aliens may have abducted him. Mark and Steve try to figure out what happened to him, while Jesse tries to stave off hallucinations, clandestine midnight meetings, and secretive government agents.

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  • this is a good episode for Jesse lovers.

    10
    Steve and Jesse go to this cabin and steve gos for "real beer" Levaing Jesse to start an fire. When the rodio trun on by itself and the light flicking and the cabin shaks and see this green light. After 5 days Jesse is founed after being missing and happeing no meorys of what happen to him in those 5 days.

    I feel sorry for Jesse because Jesse got no idea what going on and people come and not giving him strant anwers. And Jesse go a little crazy (no fualt of his own) I think this is a good epiosde to watch and I happly watch it againmoreless
  • Clever crossover mixture of DM characters & Star Trek actors

    10
    I loved this episode, largely because I'm a Star Trek & X-Files fan as well as a fan of detective series. This Who/What dunnit went right up to the wire before the perpetrator was identified (6 mins before the end). It was great to see Walter Koenig (Chekov in the original Star Trek) in another sinister role (as he did with Bester in Babylon 5). Majel Barrett Roddenberry made a welcome addition as an alien abductee & to see Wil Wheaton playing an adult for once (around 7 years after he left Star Trek: The Next Generation) went to show that he is a credible actor (and not just a "child star"). The episode takes the characters, largely, out of the hospital format for once and it's a welcome change - even Dr.s need holidays :D

    The pacing of the show was good, and although it seemed illogical for it to be an alien abduction in a detective series, the plot line was credible enough to have even *me* considering that this was how it was going to pan out.moreless
Dick Van Dyke

Dick Van Dyke

Dr. Mark Sloan

Victoria Rowell

Victoria Rowell

Dr. Amanda Bentley, Medical Examiner (1993-2001)

Charlie Schlatter

Charlie Schlatter

Dr. Jesse Travis

Barry Van Dyke

Barry Van Dyke

Detective Steve Sloan

Walter Koenig

Walter Koenig

Quinn Trask

Guest Star

George Takei

George Takei

Government Agent

Guest Star

Majel Barrett

Majel Barrett

Encounter Group Leader

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  • TRIVIA (1)

    • Ogden, Utah is approximately 12 hours driving distance from Los Angeles. No doctor would have allowed Jesse to be transported that distance (whether by helicopter or ambulance) without at the least seeing to his obvious injuries. Yet, it is clear by his appearance that Jesse has received no medical treatment until he returns to Community General.

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  • NOTES (1)

    • This episode featured actors with backgrounds in Sci-Fi television, most notably Star Trek. Actors Koenig, Takei, Barrett and Whitney were all featured in the original Star Trek series. Wil Wheaton appeared in Star Trek: The Next Generation. Bill Mumy acted in both Lost in Space and Babylon 5.

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