The Outer Limits

Season 4 Episode 9

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Aired Friday 9:00 PM Mar 20, 1998 on Showtime
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When Tom Young (Peter Flemmming) from the Department of Health travels to a small town in the Pacific Northwest to examine an old case file, it appears as though long ago the town had stopped trying to live in the present. Twelve years have passed since a tragedy killed many of their young children and left the residents without hope, without a future. Many of them are still angry with the medical community for not finding a cure to save the children in their small community. The town's physician, Dr. Malcolm Boussard (Lane Smith) has felt the brunt of their anger -- especially since his own two children did not die during the epidemic. Although they were spared, his son Louis (Brad Swaile) still lays in a coma while his daughter Cassie (Rachel Leigh Cook) has learning disabilities and expresses herself through abstract sculpture and artwork. Through hypnosis, Tom begins to probe Cassie's mind and unravels a memory of 'alien' proportions.moreless

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    Rachael Leigh Cook

    Rachael Leigh Cook

    Cassie Boussard

    Guest Star

    Peter Flemming

    Peter Flemming

    Tom Young

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    Lane Smith

    Lane Smith

    Dr. Malcolm Boussard

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      • [Closing Narration]
        Control Voice: It is said the human capacity for language is the quality which separates us from all other species on earth. Perhaps it is also the same quality which can link us to those beyond... but only if we are willing to listen.

      • [Opening Narration]
        Control Voice: Human beings naturally fear that which is unknown or different. But unless we strive to conquer those fears, they may exact a price far greater than we can bear.

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