The Tomorrow People (1992)

Season 1 Episode 2

The Tomorrow People, Part 2

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Aired Tuesday 4:45 PM Nov 25, 1992 on ITV
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The Tomorrow People, Part 2
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Kevin and Lisa experiment with their powers of teleportation. The government is interested in the paranormal abilities being shown by certain teenagers, and sets up a trap.

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    Sally McLaren

    Sally McLaren

    Newsreader

    Guest Star

    Romilly Nolan

    Romilly Nolan

    Gloria

    Guest Star

    Manning Redwood

    Manning Redwood

    Colonel Masters

    Guest Star

    Jeff Harding

    Jeff Harding

    General Bill Damon

    Recurring Role

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    • QUOTES (5)

      • (Inside the spaceship.)
        Lisa: Why are we here?
        Adam: I'm not sure, but it's been waiting for us for thousands of years.
        Lisa: Us or people like us?
        Adam: The next stage of human evolution.
        Lisa: The Tomorrow People.

      • Adam: Hi.
        Lisa: I hate this dream! Now, you stay right there! Leave me alone!
        Adam: Uh, Lisa, it's, it's all right. I won't harm you.
        Lisa: How'd you know my name, Adam? How'd I know your name?

      • Adam: No, Australian.
        Lisa: What?
        Adam: Well, that's what you were thinking. "Is he British"? No, I'm Australian, and you're American, right?
        Lisa: That's not mind-reading. You can tell by my accent.
        Adam: Maybe.
        Lisa: No. My dress was wet so I… Hey, stop that. That's not funny.
        Adam: (laughs) I was just thinking that you look better in my clothes than I do.

      • Professor Gault: No more problems, I promise!
        (The machine overloads and explodes the test dummy.)
        Colonel: Real state-of-the-art…!

      • Lisa: You didn't tell me you had to say "please". This thing's worse than my mother!
        Adam: Yeah? Well, maybe we should call it "The Mother Ship"?

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