Season 1 Episode 9


Aired Monday 8:00 PM Dec 12, 2002 on Syfy
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Episode Summary

Mary and group of soldiers enters the UFO to finds some answers and Mary is shown her future by a Alien looking like her grandfather. Meanwhile Allie escapes from the army with her parents and goes on the run with them, while waiting for help from Lisa's uncle Tom, the family is joined by John.moreless

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    Alonso Oyarzun

    Alonso Oyarzun


    Guest Star

    Michael Soltis

    Michael Soltis

    Lt. Pierce

    Guest Star

    Max Martini

    Max Martini

    Colonel Breck

    Guest Star

    Camille Sullivan

    Camille Sullivan

    Nina Toth

    Recurring Role

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    • TRIVIA (1)

    • QUOTES (5)

      • Allie: I thought if I could make them think that I'd gone, that I'd been taken, they would stop looking for me, and everything could just go back to the way it was.

      • Mary: How is this happening?
        Owen: They go into your head. They pull things out. You've seen pictures of me. You have an idea of how you want me to be. In my day, we called them projections. I think now you call them...screen memories.
        Mary: There are so many things I wanna ask you. But I suppose I'd just be asking myself.
        Owen: Well, give it a try. You might find out something about yourself you never knew.

      • Allie: (narrating) There's a feeling you get sometimes in a bad dream. You're running and something dark and big is chasing you and you want to just stop to let the dark, big thing catch up with you. Something bad is going to happen, you can't change that, but you can turn and see it coming. You can see the face of your bad dream.

      • Allie: (narrating) I had done what I could. I tried to make the soldiers think that their plan to use me as bait hadn't worked, that I had been taken away. I thought that if I could make them believe that I was gone, then they wouldn't bother me anymore and I could go back to who I used to be. But too much had happened to all us by then for anything to go back to how it was.

      • Allie: (narrating) When I was very little, my mother would read nursery rhymes to me. I always hated "Humpty Dumpty." That's a very scary poem. No one knows how to put it back together again—not all the king's horses or all the king's men. No one wants to think that there's anything in the world that could fall apart that badly, but of course...anything can. I guess that's what's so scary about "Humpty Dumpty."

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