Eerie, Indiana

Season 1 Episode 11

Marshall's Theory of Believability

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Aired Sunday 7:30 PM Feb 02, 1992 on NBC
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Marshall's Theory of Believability
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A professor renowned as an authority on the supernatural comes to Eerie to observe an extraterrestrial object he believes will land here. Marshall immediately sees an opportunity to blow the lid of the Eerie weirdness; but is the professor really all that he claims to be?

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    John Standing

    John Standing

    Professor Nigel Zircon

    Guest Star

    Michael J. Pollard

    Michael J. Pollard

    Claude

    Guest Star

    Gregory Itzin

    Gregory Itzin

    The Mayor

    Guest Star

    Archie Hahn

    Archie Hahn

    Mr. Radford

    Recurring Role

    Harry Goaz

    Harry Goaz

    Sgt. Knight

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    • QUOTES (3)

      • Marshall: (During his opening monologue) It's easy to believe almost anything when you consider just how big the universe is. It's even easier to believe the unbelievable here in my little corner of the universe. That's why when Professor Nigel Zircon rolled into town with his traveling museum of the parabelievable, Simon and I were the first in line.

      • Mayor: (while reading the personal file of Professor Zircon) Operation Space Object will work best if we find a small, isolated town with an ineffective government and an overbearing, money-grabbing mayor.

      • Simon: I liked it better when I thought all this stuff was real.

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    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • Zircon: Zircon, the professor's namesake, is a brown--or sometimes colorless--mineral that after being heated, cut, and polished, forms a brilliant blue-white gem.

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