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Season 1 Episode 16

Dark Road Home

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Aired Unknown Apr 22, 2002 on
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Cole gets hold of a tape made at the train station when the passengers from the alien-intercepted train arrives. He identifies one of them as Yahir, an aide of Zin's who may have vital knowledge of Zin's plans and the metal triangle Mel's grandmother has. Yahir's body was that of Rudy, a mental patient who has since been taken back to the asylum. Cole poses as a mental patient to reach Rudy and cuts off his dosage so that he can be interrogated about Zin's master plan. Things go amiss when Rudy/Yahir gains his memories back, drugs Cole, and tries to escape with Mel. Cole manages to escape with the aid of his fellow patients, and stops Yahir just in time, capturing his lifeforce before he can gain any information except that the triangle is a key of some sort, capable of letting the prisoners return home.moreless

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    • TRIVIA (3)

    • QUOTES (2)

      • Mel: Cole!
        Cole: Hello, Mel.
        Mel: What's going on!?
        Cole: It's called a 'lapdance'.
        Mel: I know what it is! That's not exactly what I meant!
        Cole: But she's really good, Mel! You should try it!

      • Mel: You're amazing.
        Cole: And so are you ... Let's go home.
        Mel: Home is up there.
        Cole: Home is wherever you are.

    • NOTES (2)

      • By law, the dog would've been caged for transport and would've never exited the train on his own four feet. Further, if one assumes that one of the other fugitives released him from his cage, then he would've never been delivered to his new master, Stan Robert. Hence, "The Beast" wouldn't have happened.

      • Richard Yearwood as Nestov is back to opening-credit status, although he had less screen time then he did in "Eye of the Storm" when he didn't getting an opening credit.

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