On his 20th birthday, Ed Bellamy discovers that he was an unknowing subject of a childhood medical experiment. Microchips implanted in his brain make him a genius, but will also kill him by his 21st birthday.
An ex-con (Rick Schroder) returns to town after being released from prison and begins threatening his former college buddies about a frat party hazing incident that they all have tried to hide in their past.
Short lived (4-weeks) show about Teech Gibson, a token black music teacher, at exclusive Winthrop Academy near Philadelphia. The stories revolve around four students, George Dubcek, Kenny ... See full summary »
Ed would like to be a normal teenager. Unfortunately, Ed has been used for intelligence enhancing research, and is extremely smart as a consequence. Equally unfortunately, the chemicals used in the research are affecting his brain in such a way that he'll be dead on his 21st birthday unless he finds a cure. With this in mind, he escapes from the research facility. The research facility is none too happy about this, and tries to recapture him. Written by
I loved watching this series. It made me think and almost wish this could happen to me. This, IMO, is a major precurser to the series Dark Angel in thought context, and makes me appreciate both more. I only wish I could watch it over again, just to refresh my memory.
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