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Peter (Character)
from "The Tomorrow People" (1973)

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  1. "The Tomorrow People"
        - A Rift in Time: Rise of the Roman Empire (1974) TV episode, Played by Richard Speight
        - A Rift in Time: From Little Acorns... (1974) TV episode, Played by Richard Speight
        - A Rift in Time: Turn of the Thumb (1974) TV episode, Played by Richard Speight
        - A Rift in Time: Vase of Mystery (1974) TV episode, Played by Richard Speight
        - The Medusa Strain: Part 4 (1973) TV episode, Played by Richard Speight
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From "The Tomorrow People: The Medusa Strain: Part 2 (#1.7)" (1973)
Peter: You say you're from the twentieth century on Earth. I just don't believe you.
Carol: You learned history?
Peter: Of course. The study of the past is my job.
Carol: You've never heard of The Tomorrow People?
Peter: No. Wait a minute. The first telepaths called themselves that.
Carol: Well, why are you so surprised?
Peter: But the records show that The Tomorrow People didn't start to emerge until the twenty-first century.
Carol: Of course the records don't show us. Really, we have to keep our existence secret, otherwise the homo sapiens - saps - would just wipe us out.
Peter: Yes. You're part of the underground movement, one of the very first. You stayed in hiding until the Great Emergence.
Carol: If you say so.
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