The Others

Season 1 Episode 12

Life is For the Living

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Aired Saturday 10:00 PM May 13, 2000 on NBC
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Life is For the Living
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Elmer is mysteriously brought back from the dead, and as he recovers, he again senses the presence of entrance demons-specifically the beckoning and beautiful woman who stalks him from the other side-and fears for the "Others" when each one gains something highly desirable.

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    Kristen Cloke

    Kristen Cloke

    Alison/The Woman

    Guest Star

    Wendy Moniz

    Wendy Moniz

    Eva

    Guest Star

    Mary Gillis

    Mary Gillis

    Mrs. Paulsen

    Guest Star

    John Aylward

    John Aylward

    Albert

    Recurring Role

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • How It Ended (Read With Caution): The show's only reccuring character, Albert, proposed to Mrs. Paulsen, only to be shot done by the women he thought he loved. As for the cast, entrance demons in various forms killed them all. Warren went to the address of the guy who wanted to make his journal into a movie and when he discovered it wasn't there, he backed up into the street and was run over by a car. Miles, taking the directions of the Yale professor, was hit by a semi driven by the same professor. Satori and Mark, thinking they could be together now, attempted to sleep together, but ending up causing Satori's house to be demolished with them in it. Marian was strangled by her new roommate. Elmer flatlined in his hospital bed at the presence of Allison.

    • QUOTES (3)

    • NOTES (5)

      • Kristen Cloke, who played Allison/The Woman, is married to series writer, Glen Morgan.

      • The title of the episode, "Life is For the Living", was said a numerous amount of times but only by the entrance demons.

      • This episode was titled at the beginning of the episode after the previously scenes instead of in the normal spot, after the first commericial break.

      • This is the only episode to show scenes from previous episodes at the beginning of the episode. All the scenes shown were from "The Ones That Lie In Wait" and the "Previously on The Others" line was said by John Aylward (Albert).

      • It's not clear if this was intended as a series finale or not, but it was promoted as just a finale, not series or season. It's lead-in "The Pretender" was also promoted as just a finale, and it ended. Whether or not it was intended to be the end, this episode serves as a satisfying ending. If it did continue, it would be tough dealing with everything that happened in the end.

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