The Storm

Season 1 Episode 1

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Aired Sunday 9:00 PM Jul 26, 2009 on NBC
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When a weather experiment fails, it has unexpected results. Hurricanes change course, winds go instantly from hot to cold, torrential rains bring regions to a standstill, and buildings crumble into ruins under explosive lightning storms. The episode also follows the conspiracy around the experiment and the life of those who want to terminate it.moreless

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      • Dr. Jonathan Kirk: We've created some problems at the institute.
        Danni Wilson: That would explain what I've been reading on the net.
        Dr. Jonathan Kirk: What do you mean?
        Danni Wilson: It snowed in the Mojave Desert, a heat wave in Iceland, snow caps in the pyramids... not exactly a typical weather pattern, is it?

      • General Braxton: (presenting the benefits of the climate control experiment at the Pentagon) Not only does this weapon system allow us to bring an unprecedented threat barrier against our enemies, it would enable us to alter the political structure in any country we choose. Gentlemen, not continuing to fund this project would be the biggest mistake our country has ever made. I know in my heart that this is the right thing for America. This could restore us to our rightful position as leaders of the free world without ever firing a shot. Imagine the possibilities gentlemen... Should it rain in Iran for an extended period of time or North Korea suffering a historical endless drought.

      • Robert Terrell: General, if you control the weather, you control the world. Isn't that worth some small risk?
        General Braxton: Perhaps, but if we risk American lives we will terminate this project.

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