War of the Worlds

Season 1 Episode 20

So Shall Ye Reap

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Aired Unknown May 01, 1989 on
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So Shall Ye Reap
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"I'll do anything you want. Just give me more!" The aliens try to perfect a drug that will cause violent impulses in human beings and test it on unsuspecting victims. Meanwhile, the Blackwood team infiltrates a local police department by posing as drug enforcement agents in order to get closer to uncovering a series of kidnappings and murders, which are inevitably tied back to the aliens and their new experiments.moreless

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    Philip Akin

    Philip Akin

    Norton Drake (Season 1)

    Richard Chaves

    Richard Chaves

    Lt. Col. Paul Ironhorse (Season 1)

    Jared Martin

    Jared Martin

    Dr. Harrison Blackwood

    Lynda Mason Green

    Lynda Mason Green

    Dr. Suzanne McCullough

    Jill Jacobson

    Jill Jacobson

    Envoy

    Guest Star

    Dixie Seatle

    Dixie Seatle

    Lt. Teri Novak

    Guest Star

    Jonathan Welsh

    Jonathan Welsh

    Det. Jack Sawyer

    Guest Star

    Ilse von Glatz

    Ilse von Glatz

    Advocate #1

    Recurring Role

    Ric Sarabia

    Ric Sarabia

    Advocate #2

    Recurring Role

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (4)

      • Jack Sawyer allows someone onto the elevator, and then begins to arrest Sherry seconds later with the person right there after Sherry pushes a button and breaks a nail. Not to mention that the charge against her isn't brought up. He never strings along anything that would hold up in court (such as asking "how much?").

      • What exactly was causing the Director's eyes to water? It's never explained in the episode.

      • Panning through the crowd on the dancefloor, a woman blantantly looks into the camera. As the scene goes on, it wouldn't seem as though the camera serves as anyone's point-of-view.

      • When the test subject in the teaser begins bleeding profusely through his eyes, you can see blood seeming to come from his right eyebrow. This is because they are actually coming from the eye-frames on the headset, but was knocked off-target when the actor moved his head.

    • QUOTES (6)

      • Harrison: (to Novak) You don't look like somebody who asks questions unless they already know the answers.

      • Suzanne: Norton's new toy - for detecting listening devices.
        Harrison: Do you really think they're going to waste their time bugging us?
        Norton: Oh, it's the Boy Scout in me.
        Harrison: Speaking of Boy Scouts...
        (Ironhorse walks in the room.)
        Ironhorse: (oblivious) Excuse me?
        Harrison: It's not you, colonel; it's the system.

      • Suzanne: (looking over a dead body) He must have seen something pretty awful before he went.
        Coroner: Maybe we all do.

      • Director: If I return to the caverns now, the Advocacy will execute me.
        Envoy: Don't be so pessimistic, comrade. Perhaps they'll take pity on your miserable existence. Your feeble pleas may move them so much, you might be permitted the honour of taking your own life.

      • Envoy: Your poorly conceived field test has caused a serious problem. No wonder you scientists have been regulated to a lower class.

      • Suzanne: Norton and I really can't do much more until we have free access to their complete lab workout.
        Harrison: Unless...
        Norton: Ah, the tone of voice, the incomplete sentence, the deep hidden meaning we've all been waiting for.
        Harrison: Do you realize, oh, insightful one, that less enlightened individuals consider unauthorized access to police databanks highly unethical?
        Ironhorse: Some might even consider it illegal.
        Suzanne: Oh, and rude.
        Norton: Oh, stop already. You've convinced me.

    • NOTES (1)

      • If you have a good pausing master, you may see that in the assortment of numerous images flashing together in the first act (to stimulate the human brain), one of them is actually a frame of a woman's bare breasts. Score one for slipping it past the censors.

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