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Year: 1995 | 1996 | 1997 | 1998 | 1999 | 2000 | 2001 | 2002


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: Sandkings

26 March 1995
When his research project is closed down, Simon Kress rescues a few of its living subjects and transplants them to a recreation of their native Martian environment in his barn. They grow and learn, but then Kress makes an error with disastrous implications.

Beau Bridges ... Dr. Simon Kress

Helen Shaver ... Cathy Kress
Dylan Bridges ... Josh Kress

Kim Coates ... Dave Stockley

Lloyd Bridges ... Col. Kress

Patricia Harras ... Debbie
Nathaniel DeVeaux ... Security Captain
Deryl Hayes ... Policeman
Mark Saunders ... Lab Assistant
J.B. Bivens ... Mover
David Cameron ... Technician #1
Brandon Obray ... Todd Brantley (scenes deleted)

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: Valerie 23

31 March 1995
A disabled man is offered a prototype android companion in the form of the beautiful Valerie. But when he begins a romance with his physical therapist, his robot develops feelings of jealousy.

William Sadler ... Frank Hellner
Sofia Shinas ... Valerie

Tom Butler ... Charlie Rogers

Nancy Allen ... Rachel Rose

Paula Shaw ... Executive

Bruce Harwood ... Technician

Maria Luisa Cianni ... Principle (uncredited)

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 3: Blood Brothers

7 April 1995
Medical researcher Dr Spencer Deighton has discovered a formula which apparently gives a human being eternal life. When he shares his discovery with his brother Michael, who co-owns their research company, he doesn't realise how greedy and ruthless his sibling is.

Charles Martin Smith ... Spencer Deighton

Kate Vernon ... Tricia Lange

George Touliatos ... Darrow

Tom Cavanagh ... Carl Toman

Martin Kemp ... Michael Deighton
Colleen Winton ... Patricia Fowler

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 4: The Second Soul

14 April 1995
When an alien race makes first contact with the Earth, they request only one thing: Earth's dead. It seems the alien beings exist in a gaseous state that will come to an end if they are not given host bodies to occupy. The bodies of the dead will serve that function. One year later, Dr. Michael Alders is in charge of the program to provide the aliens with bodies. He considers them them to be parasites but carries on as best he can. When his best friends, Karen and James Heatherton die and are included in the program, his discomfort grows. When he learns however that the aliens have transported potentially toxic gases to Earth, he assumes the worse.

D.W. Moffett ... James Heatherton

Rae Dawn Chong ... Karen Heatherton

Richard Grove ... Kadimas

Mykelti Williamson ... Dr. Michael Alders
Garry Davey ... Randall Kelly
Kent Gallie ... Jeffrey Littman
Madison Graie ... Nancy
Julian Christopher ... David Aftergood

Debbie Podowski ... Tali MacGregor

Fulvio Cecere ... Det. Richard Jacobs

Barry W. Levy ... Vila (as Barry Levy)
Yvonne Campeau ... Jaru

Alex Diakun ... Minister
Victoria Maxwell ... First Protester (as Victoria S. Maxwell)
Dax Belanger ... Second Protester (as Michael-Dax Belanger)

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 5: White Light Fever

21 April 1995
Harlan Hawkes is old - so old he must have a team of doctors and nurses in constant attendance on him to ward off death. Why is the old man so afraid to die? And what is the price everyone must pay for his continued life?

Bruce Davison ... Dr. 'Mac' McEnerney
Sonja Smits ... Dr. Anne Crain

William Hickey ... Harlan Hawkes

Jerry Wasserman ... Dr. Silcase
Michelle Beaudoin ... Jessie Wells
Dean Barrett ... Stephen

Benjamin Ratner ... Electrician
Yvonne Campeau ... Nurse Thomas
Christine Lippa ... Nurse Hendricks

Jason Griffith ... Medical Technician (as Jason Anthony Griffith)

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 6: The Choice

28 April 1995
Ten year-old Aggie Travers is expelled from school after several incidents involving other students. She's very bright but her behavioral problems lead the school to determine she is a danger to the other students. Aggie's problem is that she has telekinetic powers but doesn't know how to control them. Her parents decide to hire a full time caregiver, Karen Ross, who it turns out has powers similar to Aggie's. Karen gives Aggie a crystal to help her focus her powers but when government agents arrive looking for her, Aggie's parents must decide what is in her best interest.

Thora Birch ... Aggie Travers

Megan Follows ... Karen Ross (as Megan Porter Follows)
Page Fletcher ... Joe Travers

Sandra Nelson ... Leslie Travers
Matthew Walker ... Terry Walsh

Frances Sternhagen ... Jean Anderson
P. Lynn Johnson ... Mrs. Hagen
Andrew Johnston ... Mr. Hagen
Rebecca Toolan ... Mrs. Whelan
Diana Stevan ... Ruth

Tracy Waterhouse ... Debra
Codie Lucas Wilbee ... Clark Howell (as Codie Wilbee)

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)
Jennifer Fahrni ... Teacher (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 7: Virtual Future

5 May 1995
Jack Pierce and his college professor Wayne Fowler have been experimenting with virtual reality. A power boost however gives Jack a glimpse several minutes into the future. Having just been refused a grant to continue their research, Fowler contacts one of the university's benefactors, industrialist Bill Trenton, who after a demonstration is more than happy to finance their work. Jack's wife Isabelle seems less than pleased that her husband will be working for Trenton's CTY Industries. When Trenton takes a jump into the future, he sees a newspaper story about a woman who was killed at an ATM. When they realize that the future can be changed, Trenton intends to use Jack's equipment to forge the future that he desires.

Josh Brolin ... Jack Pierce

Kelly Rowan ... Isabelle Pierce

Bruce French ... Wayne Fowler

David Warner ... Bill Trenton
Joanna Piros ... TV Interviewer

Mitchell Kosterman ... FBI Agent
Dee Jay Jackson ... Guard
Jennifer McDonell ... Young Woman

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 8: Living Hell

12 May 1995
After Ben Kohler is shot in the head during a mugging, Dr. Jennifer Martinez gets permission to implant an experimental chip in his brain meant to regulate his breathing and heartbeat. The chip has been tested on monkeys with some success but previous human tests have been less successful. Kohler awakens quickly and is told he is the first to receive the new chip. Soon however, he begins to see things, as though he can see through another man's eyes. That man, Wayne Haas, was a recipient of the earlier model of implant. He's also a serial killer. Haas however can also see through Kohler's eyes. When he reports what he saw to the police, they suspect that Kohler is the killer.

Elizabeth Peña ... Dr. Jennifer Martinez

Stephen Shellen ... Wayne Haas

Don S. Davis ... Detective Wilson

Sam Robards ... Ben Kohler
Walter Marsh ... Dr. Lambert
Phillip MacKenzie ... Detective Dofner
Doug Abrahams ... Foreman

Lesley Ewen ... Nurse Sally Scofield
Scott Owen ... Gunman
Kymberly Sheppard ... Woman in Bath
Michelle Grana ... Woman in Woods

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 9: Corner of the Eye

19 May 1995
Father Jenescu is struck while ministering to the poor and looks up to see a vision of Hell - a leering demonic creature. An eye blink later he sees an ordinary patrol officer trying to help him. He dismisses the apparition until he sees another one in his church. Then he goes to the doctor to learn what's wrong and discovers that one must be careful who one trusts.

Len Cariou ... Father Anton Jonascu

Louis Ferreira ... Father John Royce (as Justin Louis)

Chris Sarandon ... Dr. Pallas
Bill Croft ... Officer Fletcher

Callum Keith Rennie ... Carlito
Tamsin Kelsey ... Victorine
Tamara Stanners ... TV Reporter
Paul Raskin ... Morgue Attendant
Vanessa Morley ... Miranda
Terry Arrowsmith ... Fletcher Demon
Kymberly Sheppard ... Victorine Demon
Andrew McIlroy ... Pallas Demon

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 10: Under the Bed

26 May 1995
Young Andrew Rosman finally finds a lost toy under his bed - or does he? When he reaches for it a horrible arm seizes his arm and hauls him under the bed. His sister Jillian, struck dumb by fear, cannot tell authorities what happened. And that's very bad, because the same thing might happen to her if a detective and a psychologist can't put the pieces together in time.

Timothy Busfield ... Dr. Jon Holland

Barbara Williams ... Caitlin Doyle
Laura Bruneau ... Sharon Rosman
Colleen Rennison ... Jillian Rosman
Henry Beckman ... Brad Hoffman

Joel Palmer ... Andrew Rosman
Jan Burrell ... Elizabeth Doyle

Frank Cassini ... Miguel Enriquez

William MacDonald ... Gary Rosman
David Hurtubise ... Bernie (as Dave Hurtubise)
David Mylrea ... Boogeyman
Randall Wong ... Ming
Jo Bates ... French Mother

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 11: Dark Matters

2 June 1995
A cargo ship is forced from hyperspace into a strange region of "dark matter" where some of the normal laws of physics seem not to apply - even the dead linger, unable to find their reward. Worse, contact with these specters is fatal to the living. If the crew can't escape quickly, they'll join the current residents, human and alien, eternally denied whatever lies beyond death...

Annette O'Toole ... Commander Lydia Manning
Michael Dolan ... Rob Anderson
Allison Hossack ... Erin Whitley

David Cubitt ... Kevin Stein

Blu Mankuma ... Captain John Owens

John Heard ... Paul Stein

Jesse Moss ... Jason Stewart

Gregory Smith ... Young Paul

Shane Meier ... Young Kevin

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 12: The Conversion

9 June 1995
Henry Marshall has finally been released from prison, after doing his own penance and that of his scheming ex-boss Evans. Now he means to have his revenge. Gun in hand, he rides the elevator to the company Christmas party and shoots several guests. Then he races away, eventually finding a small tavern and the mysterious Lucas, who tries to teach him that his life is connected to other lives. If Henry can learn this lesson he may get a second chance; if not, death awaits him.

John Savage ... Lucas
Beau Starr ... Jack, the Detective

Rebecca De Mornay ... Woman

Frank Whaley ... Henry Marshall
Kerry Sandomirsky ... Mary

Roger R. Cross ... Bartender

Tom Butler ... Mr. Evans
Kamilyn Kaneko ... Receptionist
Ric Reid ... Coroner

Ken Tremblett ... Businessman
Brent Chapman ... Officer

Michael Cram ... Father
Nicole Spinola ... Daughter

William B. Davis ... Ed
Angela Gann ... Ed's Wife

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 13: Quality of Mercy

16 June 1995
Major John Skokes has been captured by the seemingly unbeatable aliens currently warring on Earth. His companion is a young Cadet captured on a training flight, Bree Tristan. Skokes must find a way out of the dank prison for himself and his fellow prisoner before the aliens succeed in converting her to one of their own species!

Robert Patrick ... Major John Skokes

Nicole de Boer ... Cadet 2nd Class Bree Tristan (as Nikki de Boer)

Mark McCracken ... Jailer

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 14: The New Breed

23 June 1995
Dr. Stephen Ledbetter believes he has found the cure for everything: tiny nanobots that can cure diseases at the cellular level. He is frustrated by the limits put on his research and the fact he does not have authority to takes his tests to the next level and use it on humans. After his his future brother-in-law Andy Groenig learns that he has pelvic cancer, he breaks into Leadbetter's lab and injects himself with the serum. The effects are rapid and quite dramatic. Within three days, the cancer has been reduced by 90 percent and he no longer requires glasses. Stephen is upset when he learns what he's done but agrees to monitor his progress. As time goes on however, Andy begins to develop in ways that one could have imagined.

Season 1, Episode 15: The Voyage Home

30 June 1995
On the last day of their mission to Mars, three astronauts - Ed Barkley, Alan Wells and Pete Claridge - discover a cave with hieroglyphics on one wall. They also find a pod-like object but they are knocked out after trying to move it. They make it back to their ship and begin their voyage home. Five months into that return trip they begin to have equipment malfunctions and find a small growth of alien origin. Soon, one of the astronauts begins to believe that the others are aliens who have taken over the bodies of his shipmates.

Jay O. Sanders ... Ed Barkley

Matt Craven ... Alan Wells

Michael Dorn ... Pete Claridge
Akiko Morison ... Megan Halliwell
Dominique Durosier ... Laura Claridge
Maxine Guess ... Jenny Claridge
Jennifer-Juniper Angeli ... Alien Wife (uncredited)

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 16: Caught in the Act

1 July 1995
Hannah Valesic and her boyfriend Jay Patton have been dating for a year now. They have yet to have sex with Hannah preferring to wait until they're married. That's okay with Jay who is very much in love with her. When a small object crashes through the ceiling into her bedroom, the chaste Hannah is turned into a lustful creature demanding sex from everyone she meets. In her lust however, she absorbs her victim entirely. Her first victim is the star football player and his disappearance prompts a police investigation. Jay seeks help from Professor Hugaro whose subsequent research on the topic reveals a history of similar strange deaths.

Jason London ... Jay Patton

Saul Rubinek ... Professor Hugaro

Garry Chalk ... Detective Barnett

Alyssa Milano ... Hannah Valesic
Stephen Fanning ... Karl

Kavan Smith ... Quarterback

Fred Henderson ... John

Sarah Strange ... Lisa
Shaun Johnston ... Cop
Garry Davey ... Doctor
Larry Musser ... Clerk

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 17: The Message

16 July 1995
Jennifer Winter is deaf and had great hopes for a cochlear implant but unfortunately it doesn't seem to work. She does begin to hear voices however, whispers more than language, and begins to frantically write what seems to be binary code. Robert Vitale, who works at the hospital, explains binary code to her and when he enters the data on his computer, the result is a message, apparently from an alien being. Jennifer's husband is concerned by his wife's actions and her doctor thinks she might be having a psychotic episode. Jennifer and Robert believe she's received a call for help.

Marlee Matlin ... Jennifer Winter
Robert Wisden ... Sam Winter

Larry Drake ... Robert Vitale
Ken Camroux ... Dr. Madison

Kevin McNulty ... Dr. Leiberman

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 18: I, Robot

23 July 1995
After Dr. Link is killed in his university lab, the prime suspect is his robot creation, Adam. The robot is taken into custody and tells Dr. Link's daughter Mina that he has no memory of what happened. She wants him released but a court hearing has been scheduled for the following Monday and the expected result is that Adam will be dismantled. Mina convinces now retired civil right attorney Thurman Cutler to defend him. Mina believes Adam to be a sentient being whose artificial intelligence allows him to make reasoned decisions. Cutler wants him tried for murder because if he can do so, Adam's humanity must first be recognized.

Cynthia Preston ... Mina Link (as Cyndy Preston)

Barbara Tyson ... Carrie Emerson
Nathaniel DeVeaux ... Col. Birch

Leonard Nimoy ... Thurman Cutler
Ken Kramer ... Judge Clancy
Eric Schneider ... Detective Barclay
Robert Clothier ... Dr. Linstrop
J.B. Bivens ... Security Guard

Robert Moloney ... Lab Technician
Don MacKay ... Dr. Link

John Novak ... Voice of Adam (voice)

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Jake McKinnon ... Adam (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 19: If These Walls Could Talk

30 July 1995
Lynda Tillman's son Derek disappeared in what is purportedly a haunted house and she wants physicist and debunker of supernatural phenomena Leviticus Mitchell to prove it was the work of ghosts. Derek used to go to the house in question to be alone and when she subsequently visited the house, Lynda says she could hear whispered voices. The police believe that Derek simply ran away and while Mitchell believes there has to be a logical explanation for the boy's disappearance, he agrees to look into it. He learns that Derek's girlfriend, Nadia Torrance, disappeared around the same time. When they find a room behind a walled-up doorway, they see it's a laboratory and find what may be a meteorite. Mitchell soon learns that there is a scientific explanation for what has happened, even if it is other worldly.

Dwight Schultz ... Leviticus Mitchell

Alberta Watson ... Lynda Tillman
Tom McBeath ... Detective Roth

Molly Parker ... Jennifer

Ryan Reynolds ... Derek Tillman

Elisabeth Rosen ... Nadia Torrance
Frank C. Turner ... Luther
Robert Lewis ... Gould

Garvin Cross ... Officer

Gary Jones ... TV Host

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 20: Birthright

13 August 1995
Senator Richard Adams is an attractive and popular politician who has been promoting a new synthetic fuel additive, a methane-based product from the Sendrax Corporation. The legislation he has sponsored is certain to pass. He's rushed to the hospital after he's in a car accident and his doctor, Leslie McKenna, makes an astounding discovery: Adams physiology isn't human. Adams' security derail take charge of him and is soon interrogated about his mission but has no idea what they are talking about. When he's ordered killed, Adams goes on the run and with Dr. McKenna's help gets to the bottom of exactly what is going on.

Perry King ... Senator Richard Adams

Mimi Kuzyk ... Dr. Leslie McKenna

John Novak ... Dave Pettigrew
Ken Ryan ... Agent Tennyson

Garvin Cross ... Agent Bauer

David Neale ... Evan Branch

Jan D'Arcy ... Martha Adams

Scott Swanson ... Kyle Haller

Catherine Lough Haggquist ... Reporter (as Catherine Lough)

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 21: The Voice of Reason

20 August 1995
Someone who seems to have ties to the military establishment tries desperately to convince a high level committee that alien forces are trying to take over the human race.

Gordon Clapp ... Dr. Randall Strong

Lochlyn Munro ... Waters

Don S. Davis ... General Callahan

Daniel J. Travanti ... Thornwell
Kate Robbins ... Perry

Gillian Barber ... Fisk

D. Neil Mark ... Guard
David Birznieks ... Horner

Beau Bridges ... Dr. Simon Kress (archive footage)

Jay O. Sanders ... Ed Barkley (archive footage)

Matt Craven ... Alan Wells (archive footage)

Michael Dorn ... Pete Claridge (archive footage)

Kavan Smith ... Quarterback (archive footage)

Dwight Schultz ... Levi Mitchell (archive footage)

Alberta Watson ... Lynda Tillman (archive footage)
Tom McBeath ... Detective Roth (archive footage)
Robert Lewis ... Gould (archive footage)

Garvin Cross ... Officer (archive footage)

Richard Thomas ... Dr. Stephen Ledbetter (archive footage)

Peter Outerbridge ... Dr. Andy Groenig (archive footage)

Len Cariou ... Father Anton Jonascu (archive footage)

Louis Ferreira ... Father John Royce (archive footage) (as Justin Louis)
Vanessa Morley ... Miranda (archive footage)
Andrew McIlroy ... Pallas Demon (archive footage)

Chris Sarandon ... Dr. Pallas (archive footage)

Perry King ... Senator Richard Adams (archive footage)

Mimi Kuzyk ... Dr. Leslie McKenna (archive footage)

John Novak ... Dave Pettigrew (archive footage)

Alyssa Milano ... Hannah Valesic (archive footage)

Ryan Reynolds ... Derek Tillman (archive footage)

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: A Stitch in Time

14 January 1996
At least 17 men have been executed in the last two decades without a clear motive, with the same gun, and Special Agent Jaimie Pratt has to find how some of those murders were carried out when the gun had not yet been made.

Amanda Plummer ... Dr. Theresa Givens

Andrew Airlie ... FBI Agent Corey Lonn

Michelle Forbes ... Jamie Pratt

Brian Arnold ... Newscaster

Sam Vincent ... Jerome Horowitz (as Samuel Khouth)
Adrian G. Griffiths ... Warren (as Adrian Hughes)

Kendall Cross ... Allison

Corrie Clark ... Young Theresa Givens

William MacDonald ... Mugger (as William McDonald)
Brent Sheppard ... F.B.I. Agent #1 (as Brent JD Sheppard)
Rob Morton ... F.B.I. Agent #2

David Longworth ... Robert Beck

Gary Jones ... Duncan
Sharon Alexander ... Angry Woman (as Sharon Holownia-Alexander)
Mar Andersons ... Student

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 2: Resurrection

14 January 1996
In a future world populated only by robots two android scientists, Alicia and Martin, decide to clone a human being. Human have long been extinct on the planet but at one time were served by the androids. Today, it is a tightly controlled society where one android in particular, Moloch, commands an armed force that is continually searching out and ensuring there are no humans on the planet. After several months of study, their human creation sets off on his own to learn more about his past and in doing so learns about his future.

Heather Graham ... Alicia

Nick Mancuso ... Martin
Patrick Keating ... GX-17

Dana Ashbrook ... Cain

Ken Kirzinger ... Moloch

Brad Loree ... Patrol Android

Fawnia Mondey ... New Human (as Fawnia Louise Mondey)

Carolyn Adair ... Android (uncredited)

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 3: Unnatural Selection

19 January 1996
Howard and Joanne Sharp are pregnant and are considering the possibility of black-market genetic enhancement which will result in a perfect baby or a 1 in 10,000 of creating a monster. But what do their neighbors keep in the basement?

Alan Ruck ... Howard Sharp

Catherine Mary Stewart ... Joanne Sharp
Mary Beth Rubens ... Fran Blake (as Mary Elizabeth Rubens)

Harrison Coe ... John Arkelian (as Harrison Robert Coe)

Andrew Wheeler ... Tony Blake

Ryan Slater ... Timmy Blake
Pat Bermel ... Dr. Reid

Roger Barnes ... Tyler
Catherine Swing ... Nurse
Sean Campbell ... Police Officer

Mitchell Kosterman ... Police Officer
Candice Connelly ... Mother
Desiree Nicholson ... Little Girl

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 4: I Hear You Calling

26 January 1996
A reporter her over his phone hears about the "removal" of a controversial author. Despite official objections she finds herself in a deadly game with people with violet eyes and corpses that are reduced to a violet ash.

Ally Sheedy ... Carter Jones

Michael Sarrazin ... Stranger
Ken Pogue ... Mr. Jones

John Tench ... Collins

Johnny Cuthbert (as Jon Cuthbert)
Ken Camroux ... George Fallson

Susan Hogan ... Phoebe Collins
Jano Frandsen ... Taylor

Eric Keenleyside ... Peters
Russell Ferrier ... Detective

Alan C. Peterson ... Motel Manager (as Alan Peterson)
Frank Ferrucci ... Receptionist (as Francesco Ferrucci)

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 5: Mind Over Matter

2 February 1996
A doctor uses a virtual reality device that gives him direct access inside the human mind to enter the mind of a colleague that has slipped into a coma.

Debrah Farentino ... Dr. Rachel Carter

Scott Hylands ... Dr. Howard Sarrazin
Noah Heney ... James Kendal
Natsuko Ohama ... Dr. Stephanie Codada

Peter Breck ... Kendal's Father

Mark Hamill ... Dr. Sam Stein

Sarah-Jane Redmond ... Kendal's Girlfriend (as Sarah Jane Redmond)

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 6: Beyond the Veil

9 February 1996
After memories of an alien abduction, Eddie Wexler finds himself at an institute where the staff makes patients with similar memories relive their experiences. Are the patients paranoid or is the institute infiltrated by with aliens?

Michael O'Keefe ... Eddie Wexler

Finn Carter ... Courtney Bowe
Nathaniel DeVeaux ... Don Hattaway

Alex Diakun ... Quasga

Stephen McHattie ... Dr. Sherrick
Brian Knox McGugan ... Paramedic #1 (as Brian McGugan)
Ingrid Tesch ... Paramedic #2
Wren Roberts ... Orderly (as Wren Robertz)
Bill Finck ... Herman Fitch

Janyse Jaud ... Woman on Suicide Helpline
Danny Wattley ... Orderly #2
Paul Isaacson ... Orderly #3
Bob Wilde ... Lab Tech

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 7: First Anniversary

16 February 1996
As a husband celebrates his first wedding anniversary, he must struggle with the strange, growing revulsion he feels when he touches, smells, tastes or sees his otherwise stunningly beautiful and talented wife.

Matt Frewer ... Norman Glass

Jayne Heitmeyer ... Barbara

Clint Howard ... Dennis

Steve Bacic ... Roy

Michelle Johnson ... Ady Sutton

Paul Anthony McLean ... Dr. Phillips (as Paul McLean)
Gillian Carfra ... Angie

Garvin Cross ... Ralph Sutton

Angela Moore ... African American Woman
Morgan Lee Fae ... Stacy
Kathrin Nicholson ... Ady #1

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Gabrielle Miller ... Secretary (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 8: Straight and Narrow

23 February 1996
Two students discover an academy with an outstanding reputation for taming youthful rebellion is using brain implants to create political assassins.

Ryan Phillippe ... Rusty Dobson

Tom Butler ... Dr. Werner

Jonathan Scarfe ... Charlie Walters

Kavan Smith ... Harrison Taylor
Peter Donat ... Principal Kern
Jane MacDougall ... Marianne Dobson
Peter Yunker ... Instructor

Tygh Runyan ... James Scardale
Jabin Litwiniec ... Student #1
Austin Basile ... Student #2
Arnie Walters ... Committee Member

Paul Hubbard ... Officer Scovil
Steve Makaj ... Officer Brown
Campbell Lane ... Roland Baker
Kevin Hansen ... Young Man

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 9: Trial by Fire

1 March 1996
The brand new President of the United States must deal with an approaching alien fleet of spaceships and determine whether to welcome them or destroy them, based on a limited amount of information.

Robert Foxworth ... President Charles Halsey

Ian Tracey ... Mr. Tarquin

Lawrence Dane ... General Covington

Teryl Rothery ... Janet Preston
Dale Wilson ... NORAD General

Diana Scarwid ... Elizabeth Halsey
Claire Riley ... News Anchor
David Bloom ... Expert

Bruce Harwood ... Dr. Norris

Jason Gray-Stanford ... Airman
Scott McNeil ... Astronaut
Ewan 'Sudsy' Clark ... Congressman (as Sudsy Ewan Clark)

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 10: Worlds Apart

22 March 1996
An astronaut who was missing for 20 years contacts Earth from an alien planet. However, mere minutes have passed for him, and the wormhole that brought him there is unstable. What are the risks of a rescue operation?

Bonnie Bedelia ... Nancy McDonald

Robert Ito ... Colonel Raymond
Michael MacRae ... Greg Tilman

Chad Willett ... Lt. Christopher Lindy

Donnelly Rhodes ... Senator

Alison Matthews ... Karen Dunn
Robert Lewis ... Commander Guy LeClerc

Colin Cunningham ... Professor George Ernst
Jan Bailey Mattia ... Susan

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 11: The Refuge

5 April 1996
A man walking through a snow storm suddenly finds himself at a refuge. They tell him that the entire world is covered in ice. Just as he begins to fall in love with someone, the people's personalities suddenly change. What's happening?

James Wilder ... Raymond Dalton

Jessica Steen ... Gina Beaumont
David McNally ... Thomas Vallé

Debbie Podowski ... Justine Vallé
Lisa Melilli ... Debi Richardson
Paul Jarrett ... Dr. Franklin Dreiden
Lorretta Bailey ... Sister Angelique

M. Emmet Walsh ... Sanford Vallé

Malcolm Stewart ... Joel Haas

Barry W. Levy ... David Cohen
Warren Takeuchi ... Male Med Tech
Lorraine Landry ... Female Med Tech

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 12: Inconstant Moon

12 April 1996
When professor Stanley Hurst sees the moon suddenly shine brightly, he concludes that something must have happened to the sun. If it's gone nova, it means the end of the world. It's the middle of the night and few people know what's happened. He decides to contact Leslie, a woman he has known for many years - she runs a local bookstore he frequents - and ask her out for coffee. She thinks he's crazy but goes along. He's been in love with her for a long while and never had the nerve to ask her out, let alone tell her how he felt. Now he has only a few hours to make up for his foolishness.

Michael Gross ... Stanley

Joanna Gleason ... Leslie
Jeremy Hart ... Henry Walker
Tom Heaton ... Crazed Man

William deVry ... Bartender

Scott Swanson ... Silver-Haired Man
James Bell ... Drunk Executive

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 13: From Within

28 April 1996
A town is attacked after ancient parasites are unearthed affecting the brain and causing madness. Their only hope is a mentally challenged boy who must learn to destroy the parasites.

Neil Patrick Harris ... Howie Morrison

Christianne Hirt ... Sheila Morrison

Patrick Stevenson ... Jake Hart

Gabrielle Miller ... Charlotte Nichols
Charles Andre ... Evan

Aaron Pearl ... Clark
David Fredericks ... Sheriff Lewis

Dwight McFee ... Bruce Johnson
Bethoe Shirkoff ... Mrs. Peal

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 14: The Heist

5 May 1996
While expecting a shipment of missiles, the militia receive a sealed cargo and messenger refusing to reveal what the deadly cargo is. Shortly afterward, an alien life-form begins a series of chilling attacks.

Costas Mandylor ... Lee Taylor

Colm Feore ... Major Mackie

Jasmine Guy ... Captain Teri Washington

Barry Pepper ... Tyson Ruddick

Katya Gardner ... Bethany Wallace

Philip Granger ... Calvin Taylor

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 15: Afterlife

19 May 1996
In lieu of execution, Linden Stiles submits to a military experience where he is injected with alien DNA. Fighting to retain his humanity, he finds himself hunted after he escapes using his new found super human strength.

Clancy Brown ... Sergeant Linden Styles

Barbara Garrick ... Dr. Ellen Kersaw

Duncan Fraser ... General Post

Alan Rachins ... Maculhaney
Sean Allan ... Priest

Robin Mossley ... Doctor

Mig Macario ... Lab Tech (as Michael Andaluz)

Richard Leacock ... Taylor

Garvin Cross ... Hawkes
Terry Howson ... Alien

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 16: The Deprogrammers

26 May 1996
After the earth is conquered by aliens and programmed to be slaves, the human slave of the alien leader is kidnapped and deprogrammed by rebels. The slave assassinates his owner, with disastrous results.

Brent Spiner ... Professor Trent Davis
Erich Anderson ... Evan Robert Cooper

Nicole Oliver ... Jill Cooper

Sam Vincent ... Akira Matsumoto (as Sam Khouth)
Vincent Hammond ... Koltok / Megwan
Dean McKenzie ... Newscaster

Adam Harrington ... Puppet Show Host

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 17: Paradise

16 June 1996
Dr. Christina Markham has a mother suffering from Alzheimer's disease. When three apparently healthy young women age and die within hours, the Markhams are baffled and frightened. The solution comes after the older patients vanish.

Mel Harris ... Dr. Christina Markham

Geraint Wyn Davies ... Sheriff Grady Markham
Timothy Webber ... Dep. Middleton
Maxine Miller ... Helen

Heather Hanson ... Young Helen

Betty Linde ... Sylvia

Corrie Clark ... Young Sylvia

Sebastian Spence ... Young Gerry

April Telek ... Young Lucy

Harold Gould ... Gerry
Walter Marsh ... Dr. Sam O'Keefe
A.J. Unger ... Peter
Lindsay Bourne ... Administrator

David Lewis ... Deputy

Maria Louisa Figura ... Virginia Masters
Crystal Cass ... Alien

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 18: The Light Brigade

23 June 1996
Major Skokes returns (Quality of Mercy) to the war against the aliens. He's been stationed aboard a ship making a last ditch effort to destroy the alien home world as a Re-commissioned Prisoner of War. After the ship is attacked only a handful of survivors, suffering from lethal doses of radiation, attempt to complete the mission, and end the war.

Robert Patrick ... Major John Skokes

Graham Greene ... Chief Weapons Officer

Wil Wheaton ... Cadet
Adrian G. Griffiths ... Boromir (as Adrian Hughes)

Michael Kopsa ... Engineer (as Mike Kopsa)

Adrian Holmes ... Soldier
Nathaniel DeVeaux ... Captain (voice)

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 19: Falling Star

30 June 1996
Pop singer Melissa McCammon is about to commit suicide, but Rachel, an ardent fan from the future, wants to save her. Later the authorities show up from the future want Melissa dead to restore the time-line.

Sheena Easton ... Melissa McCammon

John Pyper-Ferguson ... Brian Chason

Kristin Lehman ... Janet Marshall

Sarah Strange ... Rachel Connors
Victoria Morsell ... Candace

Xander Berkeley ... Terry McCammon
Peter Bryant ... Geoff
Richard Lautsch ... Eddie
Rick Burgess ... Sam
Rod Wilson ... D.J.

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 20: Out of Body

14 July 1996
Rebecca Warfield escapes from her body during a scientific experiment, but, due to the meddling of her assistant, she is now trapped and must find a way to communicate with her associates.

Peri Gilpin ... Dr. Rebecca Warfield

Victor Garber ... Dr. Ben McCormick

William B. Davis ... John Wymer

Joely Fisher ... Amy
Alan Robertson ... Dr. Minkoff
Richard Sargent ... Carl Haven
Elan Ross Gibson ... Woman
Stephen Tibbetts ... Campus Cop
Allixandra East ... Nurse

Wally Dalton ... Jason

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 21: Vanishing Act

21 July 1996
Trevor wants to celebrate New Years in style. On his way back from the store with the champagne he has an accident. When he wakes, he hitches a ride home and finds his wife thinks he has abandoned her -- ten years ago.

Season 2, Episode 22: The Sentence

4 August 1996
When Dr. Jack Henson (David Hyde Pierce), an ambitious inventor comes up with a "virtual prison" government officials are interested in its cost efficiency. Rather than life sentences, criminals would only have to spend hours being subjected to harsh treatment. When an innocent man's life is at stake the doctor must submit himself to his own invention--while learning the true meaning of justice.

David Hyde Pierce ... Dr. Jack Henson

Andrea Roth ... Dr. Dana Elwin

Garwin Sanford ... Senator Meade

Jan D'Arcy ... Senator Sara Watson
Doron Bell ... Cory Izacks (as Doron Bell Jr.)
Dave 'Squatch' Ward ... Giant Convict
Tamsin Kelsey ... Dr. Glass
Alexander Boynton ... Ex Con
Douglas Stewart ... Watts (as J. Douglas Stewart)
Crystal Verge ... Hall
Judith Maxie ... Judge
Robyn Driscoll ... Detective

Adrien Dorval ... Convict #1

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Bits of Love

19 January 1997
The last man on earth living in an underground bunker has a computerized system takes care of his every need including providing holographic friends and relatives. Eventually the system, a female named Emma, demands to be loved.

Jon Tenney ... Aidan Hunter
Matthew Walker ... Trevor Hunter
Sheila Larken ... Francis Hunter

Steve Bacic ... Griff

Natasha Henstridge ... Emma

Ingrid Kavelaars ... Nicole
Crystal Cass ... Claire
Brett Stone ... Michelle

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Grace Park ... Virtual Avatar (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 2: Second Thoughts

19 January 1997
A slow janitor, Karl, is befriended by his employer, a brilliant scientist who is dying of cancer. The older man decides that his various talents should not be allowed to die with him and convinces the young man to "push the green button". This single act downloads the scientists experiences and "self" into the mind of Karl. At first, the personalities work together as symbiotes. The scientist is not finished with just his download, however, and continues to download other minds into Karl's brain. The strain of the extra personalities warring in his mind begin to cause problems. Several deaths, including the mad scientist's, have detectives looking into the issue as well.

Howie Mandel ... Karl Durand

Jennifer Rubin ... Rose Ciotti
John Gilbert ... Dr. Valerian
Terry David Mulligan ... Det. Landers

Lorena Gale ... Louise
William S. Taylor
Ryan Michael ... Thomas Langley Russell

Jerry Wasserman ... William Talbot
Dean Balkwill ... Willy
Althea McAdam ... Dr. Behrens
Cindy Girling ... Saleswoman
Gordon Tipple ... Detective #1

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 3: Re-Generation

24 January 1997
Rebecca Highfield is impregnated by Dr. Lucy Cole with the cells of her dead child, which have been cloned from his brain.

Kim Cattrall ... Rebecca Highfield

Daniel Benzali ... Graham Highfield

Teryl Rothery ... Dr. Lucy Cole
Liam Ranger ... Justin Highfield
Bart Anderson ... Doctor
Joe Pascual ... Paramedic (as Joseph Ramyr-Pascual)
Carrie Cain-Sparks ... Nurse (as Carrie Cain Sparks)

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 4: Last Supper

31 January 1997
Danny Martin falls in love with Jade, a girl from college. When he brings her home for supper, his father recognizes her as the woman he saved from cruel experiments when he was a private in the army 20 years ago.

Peter Onorati ... Frank Martin

Sandrine Holt ... Jade / Laura

Dey Young ... Carol Martin

Michael Hogan ... Dr. Lawrence Sinclair
Ron Halder ... Lab Assistant

Fred Savage ... Danny Martin

Scott Vickaryous ... Young Sinclair

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 5: Stream of Consciousness

7 February 1997
When a virus starts killing people hooked up neurally to a worldwide information network, the only person who can stop it is a man unable to link into it due to a childhood injury.

George Newbern ... Ryan Unger

Suki Kaiser ... Cheryl

Shane Meier ... Mark

Blu Mankuma ... Stanley
Tyler Van Blankenstein ... Young Ryan
Kate Twa ... Dr. Annaud

Andrew Airlie ... Dr. Kevington

Angela Moore ... Nurse #1
Dolly Scarr ... Patient
Peta Brookstone ... Waitress
Jennifer Sterling ... Janet

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 6: Dark Rain

14 February 1997
With a majority of humanity unable to produce healthy children, the government agency wants to keep the healthy newborn of a couple to repopulate Earth.

Don Franklin ... Tim McAllister

Rachael Crawford ... Sherry McAllister

Susan Hogan ... Dr. Marissa Golding

Christopher Bolton ... Orderly Grant

Christine Willes ... Nurse Yvette

Alan Scarfe ... Dr. Royce
Louva Meloche ... Annie

Kyle Labine ... Joe
Ken Ryan ... Leader (as Kenneth Ryan)
Maxine McKay ... Tessa

Chilton Crane ... Pregnant Woman
Jean Daigle ... NWA Spokesperson

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 7: The Camp

21 February 1997
For 3 centuries mankind has been enslaved by an aliens and imprisoned in camps overseen by androids. One woman dares to challenge the authority of the Commandant. Her desire to be free is pitted against the seemingly invincible aliens.

Harley Jane Kozak ... Prisoner No. 98843
David Hemblen ... Commandant

Bill Cobbs ... Second Elder

John Tench ... Scarred Man
Frank C. Turner ... Elder
Karen Elizabeth Austin ... Old Woman (as Karen Austin)

Jessica Harmon ... Little Girl

Robert Weiss ... Overseer #1

Mark Gibbon ... Overseer #2
David Cameron ... Overseer #3
Jonathon Young ... Young Man

Izabella Zalewski ... Young Woman

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 8: Heart's Desire

28 February 1997
An alien gives a group of diverse people alien powers who then go on a crime spree using them.

Casper Van Dien ... Jake Miller (as Caspar Van Dien)

Gary Basaraba ... Ben Miller

Jed Rees ... J.D. Kelton

David Longworth ... Preacher
Ocean Hellman ... Miriam Turner

John Novak ... Tom Grant

Esai Morales ... Frank Kelton
Tom Heaton ... Josiah Miller
Hamish Tildesley ... Will
John 'Bear' Curtis ... Blacksmith
Bart Anderson ... Townsman
Zook Matthews ... Bartender
Dana Grahame ... German Woman

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 9: Tempests

7 March 1997
After being bitten by an alien spider, a crewman of a crashed spaceship has difficulty distinguishing between his hallucinations and reality.

Eric McCormack ... John Virgil

Kenneth Welsh ... Dr. Vasquez
Marie Stillin ... Governor Mudry

Charlene Fernetz ... Corinne Virgil

Burt Young ... Captain Parker
Lee Taylor ... Colonel Lynne
Lachlan Murdoch ... John Virgil Jr.

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 10: The Awakening

14 March 1997
A woman born with a condition that prevents her to access her feelings has a chip installed in her brain so that she can experience human emotion.

Lela Rochon ... Beth Carter

Gordon Pinsent ... Dr. Steven Molstad
Michele Greene ... Joan Garrison

Roger R. Cross ... Kevin Flynn
Micki Maunsell ... Dolly Kellerman
Lloyd Berry ... Mike Kellerman

Alannah Ong ... Journalist
Joanna Piros ... TV Newscaster
Scott Owen ... Robber
Desiree Nicholson ... Jenny

Michael Reid MacKay ... Alien #1
Kelly Aluise ... Alien #2 (as Kelly Anne Conroy)

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 11: New Lease

21 March 1997
A doctor is brought back to life using technology he and a colleague developed. He has one day to live and must decide between revenge on those who killed him or reunite with his neglected family.

Stephen Lang ... Dr. James Houghton
Terence Kelly ... Oscar Reynolds

Nancy Sorel ... Page Houghton

Michael Ontkean ... Dr. Charles McCamber

Britt Irvin ... Katrine Houghton (as Brittney Irvin)

Jason Priestley ... Anthony Szigetti

Michael Kopsa ... Detective Broder

Rick Ravanello ... Driver

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 12: Double Helix

28 March 1997
Dr. Martin Nodel, a brilliant geneticist, tries a formula to advance evolution on himself with amazing and disturbing results.

Ron Rifkin ... Dr. Martin Nodel

Ryan Reynolds ... Paul Nodel
Ken Pogue ... Dean Hardwick
Andrew Johnston ... DeWitt

L. Harvey Gold ... Dr. Greeson

Scott Swanson ... Reverend Leblanc

William deVry ... Ben

Tara Spencer-Nairn ... Heather
Kathleen Duborg ... Hope
Edward Diaz ... Derek
Sara Johnson ... Brittany

Kirsten Alter ... Sharon (as Kirsten Williamson)

Linda Ko ... Female Student
Brent Fordham ... Overweight Student

Kirby Morrow ... Kirby

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Silvio Pollio ... Anthony (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 13: Dead Man's Switch

4 April 1997
An American soldier learns that he is one of five people around the world who are separately sealed underground for a year and are charged with preventing earth's self-destruction as the world awaits a possible invasion by aliens.

James Le Gros ... Ben Conklin (as James LeGros)

Kristin Lehman ... Katya Rubinov

Donnelly Rhodes ... General James Eiger
Yee Jee Tso ... Hong
Merrilyn Gann ... Gwen Wellington
Ellis Williams ... Donald

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Heather Hanson ... Young Helen (archive footage) (uncredited)

Sebastian Spence ... Young Gerry (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 14: Music of the Spheres

9 May 1997
A college student records what he believes to be an intelligent transmission from outer space, but when younger people are drawn to listening to it, they begin to undergo a terrifying transformation.

Howard Hesseman ... Dr. Emory Taylor

Joshua Jackson ... Devon Taylor
Larry Musser ... Dr. Evan Swift

Anna Hagan ... Dr. Riddle

Kirsten Dunst ... Joyce Taylor
Ryan Taylor ... Vic

Jonathan Whittaker ... Colonel Bowen

David Kaye ... News Anchor
Ronin Wong ... Doctor #1
Kamilyn Kaneko ... Kelly
Andrew Younghusband ... D.J.

Gina Chiarelli ... Doctor #2
Douglas Newell ... Principal
Freda Perry ... Nurse

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 15: The Revelations of 'Becka Paulson

6 June 1997
Becka Paulson accidentally shoots herself in the head, survives and suddenly becomes more intelligent. And strangely, a photo is talking to her.

Catherine O'Hara ... Becka Paulson

John Diehl ... Joe
Bill Dow ... Doc Fink

Marilyn Norry ... Flo

Steven Weber ... 8x10 Man

Barry Mickelson ... Doctor
Jon Chardiet ... Moss
Preston Maybank ... Hank

Russell Porter ... Actor (as Russell B. Porter)

Carla Boudreau ... Actress (as Carla White)
Johanna Osborne ... Cashier (as Jo-Ann MacDonald)
David Glyn-Jones ... Poker Pal

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 16: Bodies of Evidence

20 June 1997
The commander of the space station Meridian is accused of murdering the crew, however he claims that the crew were lured to their deaths by something much more sinister.

Mario Van Peebles ... Captain William Clark

Guylaine St-Onge ... Dr. Helene Dufour (as Guylaine St. Onge)
Ken Camroux ... Admiral Jones

Barry W. Levy ... Colonel Bell
Roman Podhora ... Commander Louis Vidwell

Gerard Plunkett ... Admiral Birch

Jennifer Beals ... Robin Dysart
David Lloyd Austin ... Admiral Sergei Yurov

Tatiana Chekhova ... Commander Lara Nabakov

David Neale ... Commander Richard Gordon
Linden Banks ... Dr. Thomas Somerset
Patrick Keating ... Technician
Alexander Pollock ... Boy

Kathryn Anderson ... Woman
Zinaid Memisevic ... Young Man

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 17: Feasibility Study

11 July 1997
Joshua Haywood is a single parent who has his hands full with his daughter Sarah who wants to elope with her motorcycle driving boyfriend. They wake up one morning to that there is no electricity, water or telephone service. When Joshua tries to leave their suburban neighborhood, he finds their way is blocked by an electrical field of some kind. Sarah has plans to run off but she meets an alien creature who is dying and she too is infected. Joshua eventually learns the truth: their entire neighborhood has been carried off to a distant planet to see if humans would be suitable as slave labor. For Joshua, there is only one course of action available to the survivors.

David McCallum ... Joshua Hayward

Laura Harris ... Sarah Hayward

Malcolm Stewart ... Daniel Tenzer
Don MacKay ... Pat Dooley
Peter Hanlon

Chilton Crane ... Elaine Tenzer
Peter Bryant ... Mike

Jesse Moss ... Sean Tenzer
Zachary Ansley ... Adrielo
Tobias Mehler ... Nicky Reeves
French Tickner ... Father Puglia
Christina Jastrzembska ... Sonja
Eric Schneider ... Triune

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)
Phyllis Love ... Young Wife (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 18: A Special Edition

25 July 1997
TV journalist Donald Rivers goes on the air with solid proof that the government and private defense contractors have been engaging in secret genetic cloning, however someone will do anything to stop him.

Alan Thicke ... Donald Rivers

Bruce Harwood ... Dr. Avery Strong

Stevie Vallance ... Sandra (as Louise Vallance)

Michael St. John Smith ... Dr. Richard Morgan

Colin Lawrence ... Technician

Harrison Coe ... Man
Colleen Winton ... Spokeswoman Adrian Wheeler
Gerry Rousseau ... Bum

Peter Onorati ... Frank Martin (archive footage)

Sandrine Holt ... Jade / Laura (archive footage)

Michael Hogan ... Dr. Lawrence Sinclair (archive footage)
Ron Halder ... Lab Assistant (archive footage)

Stephen Lang ... Dr. James Houghton (archive footage)
Terence Kelly ... Oscar Reynolds (archive footage)

Michael Ontkean ... Dr. Charles McCamber (archive footage)

Tom Cavanagh ... Carl Toman (archive footage)

Martin Kemp ... Michael Deighton (archive footage)

Gordon Clapp ... Dr. Randall Strong (archive footage)

Lochlyn Munro ... Waters (archive footage)

Don S. Davis ... General Callahan (archive footage)
Kate Robbins ... Perry (archive footage)

Gillian Barber ... Fisk (archive footage)

D. Neil Mark ... Guard (archive footage)

Daniel J. Travanti ... Thornwell (archive footage)

Clancy Brown ... Sergeant Linden Styles (archive footage)

Barbara Garrick ... Dr. Ellen Kershaw (archive footage)
Mitchell Laurance ... Mason Stark (archive footage)
Matthew Laurance ... Mr. Stark (archive footage)

Benz Antoine ... Security Guard #1 (archive footage)

Rob Daprocida ... Security Guard #2 (archive footage)

Don Franklin ... Tim McAllister (archive footage)

Rachael Crawford ... Sherry McAllister (archive footage)

Christopher Bolton ... Orderly Grant (archive footage)

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: Criminal Nature

23 January 1998
Genetically enhanced children who grew up to become monsters are committing murders. Ray Venable has a "secret" son with GRS, injects himself with a serum to temporarily enhance his sensory abilities in order to hunt him.

Gary Cole ... Detective Ray Venable
Louis Del Grande ... Detective Renfro

Jason Gray-Stanford ... Dylan Venable

Lynda Boyd ... Marie Venable

Jill Teed ... Carolyn

Anthony Ulc

Joel Palmer ... Jesse Venable

Kavan Smith ... Lt. O'Neill

Rachel Cronin ... GRS Girl

John Maclaren ... Rosen (as John MacLaren)
Judith Maxie ... Mayor Grant

Fred Henderson ... Acosta
David Cameron ... Medic

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 2: The Hunt

30 January 1998
Since the hunting of animals is now illegal, people now pay to hunt outdated android who can not fight back due to a chip which prevents them from causing harm to humans until they are turned off.

Doug Savant ... Kel
Ron White ... George Nichols

Sarah Strange ... Tara
David McNally ... Pete

Don Thompson ... Doc
Tobias Mehler ... Eric Nichols

Bob Gunton ... Clute Nichols

Robert Moloney ... Veeter
D. Harlan Cutshall ... Guard
Russell Ferrier ... Game Warden

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 3: Hearts and Minds

6 February 1998
Soldiers are on a mission to kill aliens on a distant planet to protect a mineral necessary and profitable for earth. The soldiers are injected with a drug to enhance their abilities which has consequences when until the drug wears off.

Christine Elise ... Lieutenant Rosen
Miguel Fernandes ... Captain Tavernier (as Miguel Fernández)

Dylan Walsh ... Sgt. Eldritch

Vincent Gale ... Corporal Hawthorne

Heather Hanson ... Archer

Tong Lung ... Asian Leader

Darryl Quon ... Asian Worker
Michael Todd ... Alien

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 4: In Another Life

16 February 1998
A despondent man is pulled into another dimension full of different versions of himself and is given a mission to track and kill another version of himself.

Kelly Rowan ... Kristin
Mitchell Laurance ... Mason Stark
Matthew Laurance ... Mr. Stark

Andrew Wheeler
Peter Yunker
Cheryl Wilson ... Cynthia Walker
Deshka Penoff ... Janice

Phillip Mitchell ... Mugger
Jim Swansburg ... Man

Benz Antoine ... Security Guard #1

Rob Daprocida ... Security Guard #2

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 5: In the Zone

20 February 1998
Tanner Brooks has his reflexes artificially enhanced to win one last Octal tournament which involves deadly lasers and hand-to-hand battles. Afterwards Tanner appears to be prematurely aging and will have to make a desperate decision.

Adrian Pasdar ... Tanner Brooks

Claudette Mink ... Jessica Brooks

Dwight McFee ... Ring Announcer

Pat Morita ... Michael Chen

Rick Ravanello ... Marcus

Douglas Smith ... Douglas
Paul Carson ... Reporter #1
Catherine Swing ... Reporter #2
Lori Fetrick ... Helen

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 6: Relativity Theory

27 February 1998
A survey team searching for resources for Earth land on a promising uninhabited planet which appears to be uninhabited, but who is attacking the team?

Melissa Gilbert ... Teresa Janovitch

Jeremy Ratchford ... Sgt. Adam Sears

Tim Guinee ... Corporal Charles Pendelton

Hiro Kanagawa ... Tali

Michael Kopsa ... Commander Ivers
Robert Lewis ... Jake Sternlight
Mary Ann Skoll ... Judith Mason

Doug Jones ... Elder Alien
Eg Mahan ... Wounded Alien

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 7: Josh

6 March 1998
A reporter records a man who brings an injured girl back to life and then finds herself and the man detained at a military base and must overcome her reporter's instincts to help him.

Alex McArthur ... Josh Butler

Kate Vernon ... Judy Warren

Grant Heslov ... Todd

Fulvio Cecere ... Major
Larry Musser ... Major Samuel Harbeck

Scott Hylands ... Colonel Roger Tennent
Joe Pascual ... Lieutenant Marquez
Caroline Elliott ... Allison James
Allixandra East ... Sarah James
Jon Raitt ... Gordon Huntmeyer
Ed Evanko ... Preacher

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 8: Rite of Passage

13 March 1998
The birth of a child is a joyful event, but not for Shal and Brav, two young naive humans who live in a small commune in the woods. After Shal gives birth to a son, she and the baby are taken away by Mother.

James Marsden ... Brav (as Jimmy Marsden)

Emmanuelle Vaugier ... Shal

Camille Mitchell ... Mother
Boyan Vukelic ... Roan
Crystal Cass ... K'ren

Mark Gibbon ... Male Vorak

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 9: Glyphic

20 March 1998
A Government official arrives in a small town where an epidemic disease killed mostly all the children. The two surviving children of a local physician might provide an answer with alien proportions.

Rachael Leigh Cook ... Cassie Boussard
Peter Flemming ... Tom Young
Tom McBeath ... Dr. Mitchell
Robin Duke ... Sheriff
Tom Heaton ... Jim
Lane Smith ... Dr. Malcolm Boussard
Brad Swaile ... Louis Boussard
Shannon Beaty ... Young Cassie
Ryan DeBoer ... Young Louis
Jonathon Young ... Billy
Constance Barnes ... Doctor
Heather Chopko ... Receptionist

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 10: Identity Crisis

27 March 1998
After the military devises a way to transfer a soldier's mind temporarily into an better android body, what do they do when the soldier's original body dies?

Lou Diamond Phillips ... Captain Cotter McCoy

Robert Joy ... Dr. Greg Olander

Scott Kraft ... Colonel Pete Butler
Dale Wilson ... General Langston Chase

Teri Polo ... Sally McCoy
John McConnach ... Commando
Awaovieyi Agie ... Guard

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 11: The Vaccine

3 April 1998
After a doomsday cult releases a genetically engineered virus, a nurse named Marie must decide which patients under quarantine get a vaccine that may cure the plague.

Maria Conchita Alonso ... Marie Alexander
Lane Gates ... Harry Andrews

Brent David Fraser ... Graham

Biski Gugushe ... James

Eric Keenleyside ... Major Ford

Jay Brazeau ... Bernard Katz
Megan Leitch ... Barb
Joy Coghill ... Jean
Jason Gaffney ... Kirk

Laurie Murdoch ... Lawrence

Michael Buie ... Private John Stanhope
Joanna Piros ... News Anchor
Claire Riley ... Dr. Egan

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Benjamin B. Smith ... Max (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 12: Fear Itself

10 April 1998
Bernard Selden has always had a paralyzing fear which is cured by isolating his brain from the fear. After recovery he finds that he can project fear into others.

Arye Gross ... Bernard Selden

Tanya Allen ... Lisa

Lorena Gale ... Doctor

Benjamin Ratner ... Blanco

Alex Diakun ... Mr. Wilkes / Father Claridge

Jeffrey DeMunn ... Dr. Adam Pike
Eric Schneider ... Dr. Miles Osgoode
Althea McAdam ... Woman
Matthew Prior ... Boy
Darren Moore ... Gangmember

Michael Cram ... McKenna
Howard Siegel ... Superintendent
Max Peters ... Young Bernard
Jim Smith ... Mr. Wilkes

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 13: The Joining

17 April 1998
The sole survivor of a disaster on Venus reacts strangely to earth's environment and when radiation is applied, he begins to manufacture duplicate body parts.

C. Thomas Howell ... Capt. Miles Davidow

Amanda Tapping ... Cmdr. Kate Girard
Jim Byrnes ... Gary Latimer

Linda Darlow ... Dr. Thoroughgood

Jeffrey Jones ... Dr. Scott Perkins
Michael Tiernan ... Major Braithwaite

Alvin Sanders ... Chaplain

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 14: To Tell the Truth

24 April 1998
The founder of a colony on Janus Five believes that their sun will explode, however the council chairman resists his pleas to move the colony because he was found to have been wrong before.

Gregory Harrison ... Dr. Larry Chambers

Kim Huffman ... Amanda Harper

Alan Scarfe ... Montgomery Bennett
Ken Pogue ... Ian Harper

William Atherton ... Franklin Murdoch
David Pearson ... Stanley Fenton
Marcy Goldberg ... Council Member Roark

Doug Jones ... Alien #1
Eg Mahan ... Alien #2

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 15: Mary 25

29 May 1998
An android replaces the current nanny, is programmed to protect the children and gets involved in a romantic triangle between the husband and the previous nanny.

Cynthia Geary ... Teryl Bouton

Tom Butler ... Charlie Bouton

Michael Shanks ... Melburn Ross
Sofia Shinas ... Mary 25

Britt McKillip ... Brook Bouton
Matthew Prior ... Brandon Bouton
Patricia Mayen-Salazar ... Carmen Ortega

Paula Shaw ... Mrs. Janus
Ian Robison ... Grant Kildale

William Sadler ... Frank Hellner (archive footage)

Nancy Allen ... Rachel Rose (archive footage)

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 16: Final Exam

26 June 1998
An ex-student returns to blow up a university with bombs he's made by cracking the secret of cold fusion, after being booted from the school's physics program. Todtman swears he won't follow through if authorities execute 5 people he hates. Most physicists believe cold fusion is impossible, so Todtman detonates a demo bomb by remote control. Should the government kill his 5 or risk Todtman killing 5 million?

Brett Cullen ... Dr. James Martin

Peter Stebbings ... Seth Todtman
Stellina Rusich ... Sharon

Kevin Tighe ... General

Michael St. John Smith ... Dean Irwin
Andrew McIlroy ... Hal Kaplan

Garvin Cross ... Lt. Jackson
Darcy Kirkpatrick ... Communications Officer

Chris Nelson Norris ... Captain Litvak
Derek Peakman ... Professor Wylie
Kyra Azzopardi ... Kate Martin

Gary Hetherington ... Chief Davis
Bob Dawson ... Mr. Walker
Sharon Alexander ... Girl Hostage

Brennan Elliott ... Tom (as Brennan Elliot)

John Innes ... Teacher

Derek Lowe ... Student

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 17: Lithia

3 July 1998
Major Jason Mercer awakes from a cryogenics experiment to a primitive earth society devoid of men. His presence among these women, many of whom have never seen a man, begins to complicate the relationships of the colony, with disastrous results.

David Keith ... Major Jason Mercer

Claire Rankin ... Ariel
Nadia Capone ... Miranda

Kirsten Alter ... Pelé (as Kirsten Williamson)

Camille Mitchell ... Leader of Hyacinth

Julie Harris ... Hera

Katie Stuart ... Phoebe

Karin Konoval ... Sarah

Beverley Elliott ... Celeste
Jenny-Lynn Hutcheson ... Nomi
Julie Bond ... Pontella
Michelle Hart ... Enya
Nadia-Leigh Nascimento ... Elysse (as Nadia Leigh Nascimento)

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 18: Monster

10 July 1998
A group of talented psychics are gathered together in an underground bunker for a military project. But then some kind of mysterious assailant begins to murder them one by one.

Harry Hamlin ... Ford

Nicole de Boer ... Rachel Sanders (as Nicole DeBoer)

Aaron Pearl ... Roger Beckersly
Bridget O'Sullivan ... Louise McDonnaugh

Robert Guillaume ... Mr. Brown
David Lloyd Austin ... Mistoslav Krupchik

Ron Selmour ... Colonel Kikongo (as Ronald Selmour)
Nicholas Harrison ... Head of Security
Sean Millington ... Delta #1 Leader

Michael Jonsson ... Delta #2 Leader (as Michael Brynjolfson)

Scott Swanson ... General Baker

Richard Leacock ... Dairy Guard

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 19: Sarcophagus

7 August 1998
A amber-like cocoon mass found in ancient burial chamber begins to affect a man imprinting him with the last memories of a long suspended alien and begins to affect his life and decisions.

Lisa Zane ... Natalie Grainger

David Cubitt ... Curtis Grainger
Peter Wilds
Eli Gabay

Robert Picardo ... Emmet Harley

Doug Jones ... Alien / Alien Doctor
Patricia Dahlquist ... Doctor

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 20: Nightmare

14 August 1998
Men on a mission to deploy a doomsday device against an alien planet are captured an psychologically tortured. One escapes and deploys the device finding too late that he had returned back to earth.

Steven Bauer ... Sgt. Waylon Dumar

Maurice Dean Wint ... Capt. Roger Kimbro
Kerry Sandomirsky ... Kristen O'Keefe

Brandy Ledford ... Dr. Elana Chomsky
Cameron Graham ... Lt. Christopher Valentine

Garry Chalk ... General

Robin Shou ... Major Ronald Neguchi
Danny Wattley ... Dennis Cameron

Adam Harrington ... Billy Valentine
Eric Schneider ... The Voice (voice)
Chantal Strand ... Young Girl
Melanie Angel ... Paramedic (uncredited)

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 21: Promised Land

21 August 1998
In a future earth a group of alien settlers and group of escaped human slaves battle the environment and each other. As the casualties pile up, can they set aside their misunderstandings and learn to co-exist?

Caroline Goodall ... Rebecca

Joseph Kell ... David

Susan Hogan ... Krenn

Rene Auberjonois ... Dlavan

Jessica Harmon ... Tali

Jane Sowerby ... Ruth
Lachlan Murdoch ... Ma'al
Paul Magel ... Caleb
Kristian Ayre ... T'sha

John Tench ... Alex

Devin Douglas Drewitz ... Isaac (as Devin Drewitz)

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 22: Balance of Nature

4 September 1998
Dr. Noah Phillips develops a cellular rejuvenation machine that he uses to cure his wife's cancer, however she dies shortly thereafter. Moving to a small town he continues to work on it and finds himself attracted to a much older woman.

Maurice Godin ... Dr. Noah Phillips

Harve Presnell ... Greg Matheson

Lisa Maris ... Meredith Phillips

Fiona Loewi ... Young Barbara Matheson

Andrew Airlie ... Don

Barbara Rush ... Barbara Matheson

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 23: The Origin of Species

27 November 1998
Dr. Ira Nodel has his body altered to communicate with aliens who have seeded Earth with their genetic material. He is joined on an alien spaceship by son Paul, girlfriend Hope, and six students who are individually absorbed into the ship.

Ryan Reynolds ... Paul Nodel
Kathleen Duborg ... Hope

William deVry ... Ben

Tara Spencer-Nairn ... Heather

Kirby Morrow ... Kirby
Clare Lapinskie ... Claire
Terri Lynn Ibisoglu ... Sarah

Silvio Pollio ... Anthony

Ron Rifkin ... Dr. Martin Nodel

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 24: Phobos Rising

4 December 1998
The Earth has suffered a planet-wide catastrophe. The crews of two rival Mars bases suspect each other of being responsible. Tensions mount and threaten to get out of hand.

Adam Baldwin ... Major James Bowen

Barbara Eve Harris ... Colonel Samantha Elliot

Gordon Currie ... Stadetski

Kevin McNulty ... Commander

Joan Chen ... Major Dara Talif

Jennifer Copping ... Corporal Harrier
Robert Luft ... Corporal Edwards
Mina E. Mina ... Colonel Paz
Brendan Stitchman ... Private Juanas
Winston Brown ... Sergeant Nichols

Rob Freeman ... Captain Rosen

Darryl Scheelar ... Sergeant Laughton

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 25: Black Box

11 December 1998
Lt. Col. Brandon Grace returns to civilian life and is haunted by memories of his previous mission, attempt to reconcile with his estranged from his daughter and a feeling that someone is stalking him.

Ron Perlman ... Lt. Col. Brandon Grace

Maria del Mar ... Jennifer Rigny

Chris Mulkey ... Mike
Michael David Simms ... Ed
Belinda Metz ... Karen

Peter DeLuise ... Cop
Julie Patzwald ... Cammi
Terence Kelly ... General
Julie Fitzgerald ... Penny
Nancy Kerr ... Dr. Allensworth
Donny James Lucas ... Hornet (as Donny Lucas)

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 26: In Our Own Image

18 December 1998
An android capable of emotions and supposedly cannot kill humans, is injured, escapes from the laboratory and kidnaps a female technical to repair him. The woman begins to fall for him and tries to convince him to return.

Nana Visitor ... Cecilia Fairman

Nicholas Lea ... Mac 27
Timothy Webber ... Martin Nash
Bill Dow ... Dr. Keeler
Tim O'Halloran ... Security Chief
Dana Pemberton ... Security Guard
John Wardlow ... Dr. Blake

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 5


Season 5, Episode 1: Alien Radio

22 January 1999
A skeptical radio show host, who loves to shoot down his listener, reports of alien encounters and one of his listeners, who claims to be possessed by an alien, set himself on fire in front of him.

Joe Pantoliano ... Stan Harbinger

Leslie Hope ... Darcy Kipling

Malcolm Stewart ... Phil Krepuski

Alex Diakun ... Moses Saxon

Barry W. Levy ... Jules Mason

Eric Keenleyside ... Friedkin

Cynthia Nixon ... Trudy

Daryl Shuttleworth ... Burns
Allan Zinyk ... Eldon DeVries

Charles Payne ... McCoy
Kasper Michaels ... Bartender
Nancy Sivak ... Eldon's Wife
Klodyne Rodney ... Reporter
Clay St. Thomas ... Reporter
Federico Cervantes ... Alien

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 2: Donor

29 January 1999
With a cutting edge operation, Dr. Halstead who should have died, gets a new lease on life. What he doesn't know is how they found such a perfect match in such a short amount of time.

Robert Hays ... Dr. Peter Halstead

Wendel Meldrum ... Renee Stuyvescent

Tom Cavanagh ... Vance Ridout
Lorraine Landry ... Deirdre Laird
Chantal Conlin ... Kylie Laird
Rice Honeywell ... Timothy Laird
BJ Harrison ... Administrator
Kimberly Unger ... Reporter #1
Verne Prior ... Reporter #2
Ross Douglas ... Andy Morgan

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 3: Small Friends

5 February 1999
A prisoner who fixes other prisoners' electronic devices, builds a few small mechanical friends who perform mechanical tasks for him. The other prisoners learn of their existence and want them to help in a prison break.

Ralph Waite ... Gene Morton

Richard Yearwood ... Lawrence

Ingrid Torrance ... Becky
Andrew Johnston ... Warden Taylor

Roddy Piper ... Marlon

Joel Palmer ... Phillip
Marc Baur ... Board Member

Dean Wray ... Tito
Tim Progosh ... Walter Black
Bill Croft ... Gabriel
Gerry Rousseau ... Jimmy

Michasha Armstrong ... Policeman

Benz Antoine ... Fence Guard

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 4: The Grell

12 February 1999
An alien slave of the species Grell rescue his owner's family after their plane is shot down in an attack by the Grell rebellion.

Ted Shackelford ... High Secretary Paul Kohler

Maurice Dean Wint ... Jesha

Britt McKillip ... Sara Kohler
Blair Slater ... Ken Kohler

Roger R. Cross ... Lt. Lockhart

Marina Sirtis ... Olivia 'Liv' Kohler
David McNally ... Shak-El
Jane Spence ... Female Rebel
G. Patrick Currie ... Ep (as Gerry Currie)
Jake T. Roberts ... Colonel Vaux

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 5: The Other Side

19 February 1999
A young scientist's efforts to regenerate the minds of brain-dead patients is endangered when his own single-mindedness drives off his assistants and alienates his superiors. He links up the patients' brains, which hooks up the subjects together, in another reality. But the method threatens the continuation of the study.

Ralph Macchio ... Dr. Neal Eberhardt
Susannah Hoffmann ... Janice Claymore (as Susanna Hoffman)
Aaron Smolinski ... Adam Finlay

Emmanuelle Vaugier ... Lisa Dobkins
Alec Willows ... Warner Oland

Anthony Ulc ... Roger Bowden

Michael Sarrazin ... Marty Kilgore

Trevor White ... Vince Carter

Scott Swanson ... Emil Dobkins
P. Lynn Johnson ... Vera Dobkins

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 6: Joyride

26 February 1999
An American Project Mercury astronaut who had aborted his flight due to some mysterious purple lights in space has a chance to revisit the experience on a private space flight sponsored by an American billionaire.

Cliff Robertson ... Theodore Harris

Andrea Martin ... Lil Vaughn
Mackenzie Gray ... Martin Reese

Erin Daniels ... Barbara Chafey

Adam Harrington ... Ty Chafey

Scott Hylands ... Wayne

Barry Corbin ... Carlton Powers
Peter Bryant ... Commander Sullivan
Pamela Perry ... Madelaine Parkhurst
G. Patrick Currie ... Young Harris (as Gerry Currie)

Lorena Gale ... Committee Member

Peter Kelamis ... Brain Wakefield
Paul Magel ... Navy Frogman
Joanna Piros ... Reporter #1
Kevin Hayes ... Reporter #2

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)
Johanna Marlowe ... (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 7: The Human Operators

12 March 1999
On a ship controlled by an authoritarian computer maintained by human slaves, a man and woman learn that the ship fears them. The humans dream of sabotaging the ship's sentient control system and free themselves.

Jack Noseworthy ... Man

Polly Shannon ... Human Operator of Starfighter-88

David Kaye ... Young Man
Noah Heney ... Man's Father

Malcolm McDowell ... Ship (voice)

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 8: Blank Slate

2 April 1999
Hope Wilson knows there's something different about the man who stumbles into the homeless shelter. This well-manicured man is being change by somebody and is carrying all of his memories in a box.

Dale Midkiff ... Tom Cooper
Robbi Chong ... Hope Wilson
Larry Musser ... Jack Parsons
Brian Jensen ... Cole
Michael Tiernan ... Vincent

David Palffy ... Kramer
Dean McKenzie ... Kellar

Carmen Aguirre ... Vagrant #1
Jimmy Herman ... Mickey
Jeff Burnett ... Terry

Harmoni Everett ... Older Paula
Chelsea Jonasson ... Younger Paula
Jerry Walliser ... Father
Chris Moras ... Young Brother

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 9: What Will the Neighbors Think?

23 April 1999
Mona is a bit of a hypochondriac. One day in the basement she sees two people having sexual intercourse and in the process is electrocuted. When she awakes, she finds out that she can hear the thoughts of the people in her building.

Jane Adams ... Mona Bailey

Peter Outerbridge ... Ned Bailey

Jill Teed ... Tory Beth Walters
Brent Stait ... Vince Baxter

April Telek ... Shirley Baxter

Bruce Harwood ... Miles Pendergast
Tabitha St. Germain ... Delia Pendergast
Sheila Paterson ... Leona Fletcher

Rondel Reynoldson ... Esme O'Brien

Woody Jeffreys ... Beck Sanders

Garwin Sanford ... Dom Pardo

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 10: The Shroud

30 April 1999
When Marie and Justin can't have a child, they turn to the fertility clinic using in-vitro fertilization to implant an embryo in her uterus. What Marie doesn't know is that her fetus contains DNA lifted from the Shroud of Turin in a plot to artificially create the second coming of Christ.

Samantha Mathis ... Marie Wells
Robert Wisden ... Justin Wells

Sara Botsford ... Dr. Gail Cowlings
Nathaniel DeVeaux ... Roger Cress

David Ogden Stiers ... Reverend Dr. Thomas Tilford

John Innes ... Priest
Jennifer Sterling ... Nurse
Ben Eberhard ... Orderly
Luc Corbeil ... Driver

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 11: Ripper

7 May 1999
A alien that inhabits woman eventually killing them is resulting in a modern "jack the ripper" crime wave and wants to plant the blame on a man who is trying to stop him.

Cary Elwes ... Dr. John York
Clare Sims ... Lady Ellen

Eliza Norbury ... Lady Sophie (as Eliza Murbach)
Robert Saunders ... Appleby

France Nuyen ... Madame Li Yu

Frances Fisher ... Lady Julia

David Warner ... Inspector Harold Langford
Deni DeLory ... Annie Chapman

Marnie Alton ... Elizabeth 'Lizzie' Stride
Colin Skinner ... Worthington
Scott Elam ... Lord Reston
Mary Ann Skoll ... Mary Jane Kelly
Candice Connelly ... Woman in Cream Dress
Brian Linds ... Reporter
Danielle Ayotte ... Newsboy
Jim Boardman ... Wickett

Sophie Olson ... Young Prostitute
Bonnie Catterson ... Blonde Woman
Carmen Casanova ... Street Prostitute #1
Janet Funk ... Street Prostitute #2
Maya Nadine ... Street Prostitute #3 (as Maya Chang)
Jacqueline Brown ... Street Prostitute #4 (uncredited)

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Denis Corbett ... Scotland Yard Inspector (uncredited)

Yolanda Corbett ... Society Lady (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 12: Tribunal

14 May 1999
A lawyer looking to convict a Nazi war criminal gets help from a mysterious time traveler who is able to procure evidence from the place of the crimes, Auschwitz concentration camp in 1944.

Season 5, Episode 13: Summit

21 May 1999
A planet of genetically engineering humanoids that are mining resources for Earth are demanding their independence from human oppression.

Marcia Cross ... Katherine 'Kate' Woods

Michael Ironside ... Ambassador Prosser

Andrew Airlie ... Jonathan Morris

Jonathan Walker ... Brent Secor
Kevin Conway ... Mr. Portis

John Spencer ... Col. Wallis Thurman
Eric Schneider ... High Commander Reese
Dave Adams ... Desmond Shiff
Campbell Lane ... Noel Bachman

Darryl Scheelar ... Gorum
Matthew Prior ... Todd Woods

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 14: Descent

25 June 1999
A milquetoast scientist who has been working at a museum develops a genetic dominance DNA serum that should bring out the competitive nature inherent in all of us that has been muted over the years. Trying it on himself brings out more than he bargained for.

Leland Orser ... Dr. Arthur Zeller

Jenny Cooper ... Laura White (as Jenny Levine)

Greg Thirloway ... James Feind

John Novak ... Dr. Stansfield
Frank C. Turner ... Mikulak

Benita Ha ... Cute Lab Technician
John 'Bear' Curtis ... Bum
Robyn Driscoll ... Detective

David Neale ... Security Guard

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 15: The Haven

2 July 1999
Residents of an apartment house whose lives are isolated and provided for by an internal automated system find that they must now work together when it no longer functions properly.

Chris Eigeman ... Caleb Vance

Torri Higginson ... Alyssa Selwyn

Kim Hawthorne ... Morgan Winters

Jody Racicot ... Oren Edgar

Gerard Plunkett ... George
Brenda McDonald ... Mrs. Eikenberry

Madeline Elder ... Self-centered Woman

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 16: Déjà Vu

9 July 1999
With the funding of the military, Dr. Crest is trying to create the ability to teleport objects. Someone has sabotaged the project causing him to relive the several hours before the final countdown over and over again.

Kevin Nealon ... Dr. Mark Crest
Terri Hawkes ... Dr. Cleo Lazar

Jennifer Copping ... Julie Alger

David Lewis ... Oakridge

Ronny Cox ... Lt. Col. Lester Glade
Dean Marshall ... Corporal Hanford

Angela Moore ... Rutherford

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 17: The Inheritors

16 July 1999
A man is killed when a meteor strikes him in the head. When the coroner examines him, tentacles exit the hole in his head and then the corpse gets up and walks off.

Tom Irwin ... Dr. Ian Michaels

Nicholas Lea ... Jacob Hardy

Stacy Grant ... Kara Delaney
Don MacKay ... Ollie Gibb

Sarah-Jane Redmond ... Kelly Risely

Michael Kopsa ... Curtis Sawyer

Bill Smitrovich ... Lt. Joseph Dane
Corrine Koslo ... Abby
Rachel Victoria ... Shana

Michael St. John Smith ... Angus Wheaton
Ron Small ... Harold Sanborn
Nicole Robert ... Librarian

Betty Linde ... Helen Darnell
Candus Churchill ... Nurse

Maya Massar ... Daria Michaels

Richard C. Burton ... Elevator Patron (uncredited)

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 18: Essence of Life

23 July 1999
A new designer drug called S is available to those wanting to "reunite" with a deceased loved one. The catch? It's illegal, addictive and can drive the user insane if they take too much too often.

Daniel Baldwin ... Dan Kagan

Jessica Steen ... Stephanie Sawyer

Robert Moloney ... Agent Pinter

Daphne Zuniga ... Juliette Kagan

Joel Grey ... Dr. Nathan Seward
Doris Chillcott ... Mrs. Westbrook
Ron Halder ... George White
John Moore ... Butler

Benz Antoine ... Sergeant
David Glyn-Jones ... Mr. Westbrook
Kristina Matisic ... News Anchor
Kyle Darling ... Agent

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 19: Stranded

30 July 1999
A lonely high school boy finds friendship in an alien that crash lands on earth.

Adam Hann-Byrd ... Kevin Buchanan

Chris Potter ... Captain Turner

Lynda Boyd ... Danielle Buchanan
Myles Ferguson ... Brad

Daniel Hugh Kelly ... Alex Buchanan
David Koff ... Josh Buchanan

Will Sanderson ... Nelson Tyler

Daniella Evangelista ... Cindy Parker
Chris Wilding ... Mean Kid #1
Jonathan Ndukwe ... Mean Kid #2
Sal Sortino ... Janitor

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 20: Fathers & Sons

6 August 1999
A young man's grandfather is sent to a home by his father. When he learns the home is causing his grandfather to have weird dreams his investigation leads him to discover the secret behind Silver Sunset.

Eugene Byrd ... Ronnie Dell
Anthony Sherwood ... Hank Dell
Julie Patzwald ... Tara Vanatter

Bob Morrisey ... Dr. Benton Adler

Lesley Ewen ... Mrs. Dell
Peter Williams ... Chili Wayne

Bill Cobbs ... Joe Dell
Eleana Johnson ... Edna Vanatter
Duane Keogh ... Roger Nygard

Maria Louisa Figura ... Inga

Matthew Harrison ... Orderly
Tom Pickett ... Security Guard
Barbara Dyke ... Woman

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 21: Star Crossed

13 August 1999
The story is a futuristic reinterpretation of "Casablanca" where a couple is carrying a parasite that might win the war for the humans. The couple flees looking for a way to escape and gain the support of a former lover who owns a casino.

Angeline Ball ... Cass Trenton

Nathan Fillion ... Michael Ryan

Louis Ferreira ... Winston Meyerburg (as Justin Louis)
Robbi Chong ... Teresita Arboleda

Natasha Vasiluk ... Alexandra Nevsky
Zoran Vukelic ... Hector (as Zoran)

Derek de Lint ... Centurion

Jim Shield ... Duro
Ian Marsh ... Hing Centurion

Ian Brown ... Innocuous Man
Stuart O'Connell ... Hing Soldier

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 22: Better Luck Next Time

20 August 1999
A man is arrested for killing another and claims he is possessed by an alien. As he convinces one of the detectives through mental images, her partner is questioning another witness who was also there.

Benz Antoine ... Larue

Gillian Barber ... Lt. Bateson

Nicholas Campbell ... Frank Daniels
Martin Cummins ... Esterhaus

Megan Gallagher ... Detective Terry Russo

William McNamara ... Kimble

Michael Riley ... Gerard
Kate Twa

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 6


Season 6, Episode 1: Judgment Day

21 January 2000
A reality television show has members murder victims' families hunt the killers, becoming their executioners. The quest for ratings makes the hunt all the more desperate for all parties involved.

Chris Elliott ... Jack Parson

Ian Tracey ... Declan McMahon

Nicole Oliver ... Heather Cattrell

Kevin McNulty ... Everett Costello

Vincent Gale ... Dooley McMahon

Molly Ringwald ... Allison Channing

Peter Kelamis ... Stan Draper
Judith Maxie ... Judge Peale

Louis Chirillo ... Cheech
Jennifer Sterling ... Detective Meacham

Colin Foo ... Mr. Chow

Tony Alcantar ... Director

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 2: The Gun

28 January 2000
An ex-con who was serving time for spousal abuse buys a gun to kill his wife and then the gun becomes permanently attached to his body and begins to transform him.

Stacy Keach ... Cord van Owen

Nancy Sorel ... Dana van Owen

Christian Bocher ... Matthew Logan
Eric Schneider ... Dr. Stanley Miller

Devin Douglas Drewitz ... Ty Logan
Stephen Dimopoulos ... Horace Vaughn

John de Lancie ... Donald Finley
Bob Dawson ... Sheriff Clay
Linnea Sharples ... Sandra Logan
Brock Johnson ... Nate Jackson
Greg Anderson ... Dealer
Christina Jastrzembska ... Karen Miller

Nels Lennarson ... Deputy
Marcel Maillard ... Pastor Wickham

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 3: Skin Deep

4 February 2000
A holographic projector which allows a person to disguise themselves as another, is taken out for a thrilling test ride by a lonely accountant who works for the company developing the disguiser. Sid and his only friend Debby cloak themselves as more attractive friends, to party like beautiful people. Debby regrets duping a hunky co-worker into bed, but Sid moves into his dreamworld and won't move out.

Antonio Sabato Jr. ... Chad Warner

Christina Cox ... Deb Clement

Deanna Milligan ... Gail

Adam Goldberg ... Sid Camden / Chad Warner
Linden Banks ... Hal Taylor / Sid Camden
Ted Cole ... Chris

Claude Duhamel ... Grant
Keith Provost ... Bartender
Gaetana Korbin ... Deb Model

Woody Jeffreys ... Male Model

Kevin Durand ... Alan
Moya O'Connell ... Girlfriend
James Crescenzo ... Host
Tanya Reid ... Amber
Avery Raskin ... Boss
Joyce Erickson ... Old Lady
Paul Callaghan ... Dad
Tyson Holmes ... Teen Jock

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 4: Manifest Destiny

11 February 2000
The scientific ship UFS Mercury finds a derelict battleship that had just destroyed all the vegetation on a planet prior to their colonization. The salvage crew enters the ship and finds an alien presence on board.

Brad Johnson ... Captain, UFS Mercury

Michael Shanks ... Dr. Will Olsten

Sarah Deakins ... Megan

Ty Olsson ... Franklin

Rob Freeman ... Milus O'Brien

Linda Ko ... Hanna Sheafer
Rick Dobran ... Lieutenant Mason
D. Harlan Cutshall ... Captain
John Murphy ... Lieutenant

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 5: Breaking Point

18 February 2000
A man gets fired as a scientist since they don't believe in his time travel theories. He uses his time machine to prove them wrong only to arrive to see his wife die two days from the day he traveled and seeing himself driving away.

Rick Roberts ... Andrew McLaren

Laurie Holden ... Susan McLaren

Patricia Harras ... Amy

William deVry ... Craig Swenson

Derek de Lint ... Carl
Scott Owen ... Collins
Carlos Joe Costa ... Jailor

Kwesi Ameyaw ... Policeman #1
Bill Mackenzie ... Policeman #2

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 6: The Beholder

25 February 2000
A man blind from an early age undergoes a new medical procedure to restore his vision which is successful and he begins to get messages from an alien who is trapped on earth.

Mackenzie Astin ... Patrick Tarloff
Rebecca Jenkins ... Dr. Louise Burrows

Claire Rankin ... Kyra

Peter Wingfield ... Dwight Bordon

Obba Babatundé ... Dr. Joseph Lennox

Tatiana Szalay ... Kyra Look-Alike

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 7: Seeds of Destruction

3 March 2000
A small town veterinarian links an epidemic of tumors in humans to a new breed of genetically engineered corn.

Jessica Tuck ... Linda Andrews

Christopher Shyer ... Harold Zimmer

Len Cariou ... Doc Wells
Curtis Bechdholt ... Eddie
John R. Taylor ... Old Man Rivers
Fiona Scott ... Tara Akton
Chris J. Levick ... Matt Hooper
Bobby Stewart ... Sheriff Blackwell

Sarah Hayward ... Doris Hooper
Donna Larson ... Sally Latimore
Cyndi Mason ... Mother
Vincent Walker ... Boyfriend (as Vince Walker)
Christine Elliott ... Young Linda
Chris Lovick ... Mathew
Michael Ryan

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 8: Simon Says

10 March 2000
An engineer builds a robot and incorporates the memories of his son who had died in a car accident twenty years ago.

Joel Grey ... Gideon Banks
Mikela Jay ... Zoe (as Mikela J. Mikael)

Hiro Kanagawa ... Ron Hikida

Cathy Weseluck ... Simon (voice)
Riley Demeyer ... Simon (as Riley DeMeyer)
Tamara Prescott ... Elise Banks (as Tammy Pentecost)
Rice Honeywell ... Co-Worker

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 9: Stasis

14 April 2000
In a world where resources are limited each shift of workers is placed in stasis (sleep) during their off hours, a man and woman from different shifts fall in love and try to circumvent the system.

Sean Patrick Flanery ... Eric Waters

Kavan Smith ... Dominic Langton
Matthew Walker ... Winston
Maureen Thomas ... Elizabeth
Robert Lewis ... Miguel

Brenda Crichlow ... Kayla (as Brenda M. Crichlow)

Kristin Lehman ... Larissa Whitehouse
Gordon Tipple ... Finerman

Garfield Wilson ... Officer

Phillip Mitchell ... Security Man

Erica Carroll ... Claudia
Geoff Adams ... Mover (uncredited)

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 10: Down to Earth

21 April 2000
Alien encounter buffs gather at a national convention where someone show up with what appears to be a piece of an alien spaceship.

Mackenzie Phillips ... Boo Weston

Colin Mochrie ... Dale La Rose

Richard Side ... Ike Pilchard

David Kaye ... Ed Tupelo

Jerry Wasserman ... Gunther Van Owen

Don Thompson ... Max Buford
Klodyne Rodney ... Tyler Buttram

C. Ernst Harth ... Silverface
Colleen Wheeler ... Uma

David-Paul Grove ... Polk (as Buck)
John Dadey ... Special Agent Merton Handy
Martin Blaiz ... Paramedic

Dan Shea ... Cop

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 11: Inner Child

28 April 2000
Anne Reynolds, estranged from her mother, haunted by her dead father and terrified of being close to anyone, is attacked, injured and wakes up on the operating table a changed woman. Learning of a Siamese twin sister that was sacrificed so that she could live, the personalty of the dead sister begins to take over.

Laura Leighton ... Anne Marie Reynolds / Marie Reynolds

Roberta Maxwell ... Mrs. Reynolds
David Lovgren ... Eric Tanner

Michael Ontkean ... Dr. Field
Gerry South ... Mugger
Lyle St. Goddard ... Paramedic

James Tsai ... Technician
Moneca Stori ... Technician (as Monica Gemmer)

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Kathleen McClaine ... Libby Marshall (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 12: Glitch

5 May 2000
Tom and Wendy are happy together, however Tom has terrible memories. He is really an android that was use to save people in dangerous situations and then was upgraded to think for himself.

Tate Donovan ... Tom Seymour

Victor Garber ... Dr. Edward Normandy

Gabrielle Miller ... Wendy Seymour
Betty Phillips ... Sylvia Walker

Stephen E. Miller ... Lt. Colonel Hickox

Jack Klugman ... Joe Walker
Jayne Paterson ... Technician

Garvin Cross ... R & R Leader

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)
Joel Echallier ... Lab Technician (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 13: Decompression

30 June 2000
An emissary from the future struggles to convince the next U.S. President to jump from an airliner, before it crashes, killing him and setting off a disastrous future. The candidate is already torn in several directions, elated from a big primary win, avoiding an interview by an aggressive reporter, excited by having his mistress on-board, with his frigid wife absent. The time traveler assures the candidate he needs no parachute, because the advanced technology his presidency will make possible, allows them to scoop him out of the sky.

Bruce Boxleitner ... Senator Wyndom Brody

Michael Riley ... Jon Tarkman

Suzy Joachim ... Catherine Walsh

Michael Tomlinson ... Will Sunderland

Ken Tremblett ... Michael Dowd
Dale Wilson ... Frank McKenna

CCH Pounder ... The Stranger
Keith Martin Gordey ... Pilot
Kristina Matisic ... Reporter
Winston Brown ... Male Staff Member
Colin Banner ... Stranger #2

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 14: Abaddon

7 July 2000
In the late in the 23rd century an outdated star ship is on a ten-year reclamation project. The crew is in suspended animation and awakes to find a mysterious object floating in space. The pod contains the body of a rebel who was executed 150 years earlier for the slaughter of more than a million people and is still alive.

Keith David ... Captain Ira Merit

Max Martini ... Curtis Sandoval (as Maximilian Martini)

Jill Teed ... Gwen Hutchinson
Byron Lucas ... Augie Berger
Dion Luther ... Gordon 'Gord' Knight

Corbin Bernsen ... Virgil Nygard
Allixandra East ... Isabelle 'Bix' Bixel

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 15: The Grid

14 July 2000
On Scott Bowman's urgent return to his hometown of Halford, Washington, he finds the town full of antenna towers and its inhabitants under some form of mind control.

D.B. Sweeney ... Scott Bowman

Jessica Steen ... Kathrine
Colleen Rennison ... Young Girl
Brent Stait ... Wayne
Ed Evanko ... Jim Holbrook (as Edward Evanko)

Gina Chiarelli ... Eileen Bowman

Eric Breker ... Peter Bowman

Brenda Campbell ... Joanna Bowman
Patricia Idlette ... Waitress
Kevin Hansen ... Deputy
Sean Millington ... Guard
Tim O'Halloran ... Man #1
Chris Duggan ... Man #2
Guin Mjolsness ... Teen #1
Jordan Weller ... Teen #2
Kenneth G. McIntyre ... Old Timer

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 16: Revival

21 July 2000
Ezra and his daughter Sarah work together on the revival circuit with a phony healing act performing miracles with prearranged plants. When a strange young man in a wheelchair approaches Ezra, he lays his hands on him and he is healed. He received a proposition that if he teaches him the art of the revival meetings, this young man will continue to help him in his act.

Gary Busey ... Ezra Burnham

Peter Stebbings ... Luke

Margot Kidder ... Serena

Nicole Eggert ... Sarah Burnham
Doug Abrahams ... Sheriff O'Brien
Greg Rogers ... Reverend Samuel Garland

Holly Elissa Dignard ... Cindy (as Holly Dignard)
Ted Kozma ... Mangled Man
Brenda McDonald ... Old Arthritic Woman
Checo Tohomaso ... Choir Master

Carrie Gibson ... Choir Singer
Nicole Parris ... Choir Singer
Kim Smith-Jensen ... Choir Singer
Marilyan Clements ... Choir Singer
Yvonne Clements ... Choir Singer
Phyllis States ... Choir Singer
Gracie P. Aylward ... Lucy (as Patty 'Gracie' Aylward)
Cameron K. Smith ... Crazed Zealot

Tatiana Szalay ... Woman in polkadot dress

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Dean Hinchey ... Deaf Man (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 17: Gettysburg

28 July 2000
Two 21st century Civil War enthusiasts find themselves back in time at the original Battle of Gettysburg and meet another time traveler who gives them a mission.

Joshua Leonard ... Andy

Jonathan Scarfe ... Vince

Alex Diakun ... Nicholas Prentice

Aaron Pearl ... Lt. Winters
Ocean Hellman ... Pregnant Woman

Robert Moloney
Scott Bellis

Blu Mankuma ... President

Meat Loaf ... Col. Angus Devine (as Meatloaf)
Todd Talbot ... Reed Hollingsworth
David Storch ... Major Hinton
Jason Gaffney ... Joe Benton

Adrian Holmes ... James

Haig Sutherland ... Will Monroe
Jim Lauder ... General Lee (as James Lauder)
Graeme Roberts ... General Lee Re-Enactor
Lloyd Berry ... Abraham Lincoln Re-Enactor

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)
Ian Alexander Martin ... Confederate Soldier (uncredited)

Robert Michael Ryan ... Confederate Soldier (uncredited)
Jennifer Wilhelmine ... Girl with Soldier (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 18: Something About Harry

4 August 2000
Nancy Henninger, teen-aged son Zak is suspicious of the man who rents out her backyard apartment and claims to be opening a new factory for his company. Then people begin to disappear from town.

Judd Nelson ... Harry Longworth

Garry Chalk ... Detective Frank Dayton

Barbara Tyson ... Nancy Henniger
Shaun Johnston ... Parker

Kaj-Erik Eriksen ... Josh Dayton
Larry Musser ... Detective Pete Button

Joseph Gordon-Levitt ... Zach Henniger
R. Nelson Brown ... Bum
David Abbott ... Herbert Lowry

Reg Tupper ... Walt Coghlan

Erica Carroll ... Elizabeth Andrews

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 19: Zig Zag

11 August 2000
The only surviving bomber has his finger on the trigger to destroy the super-computers at the Department of Information Technology. Afterwards the story leading up to this scene is told.

Frank Whaley ... Zig Fowler / Cliff Unger

Leslie Hope ... Weatherman
David McNally ... Roy Chance

JR Bourne ... Dell Tinker

Vincent Gale ... Walt

John Amos ... Peter 'Yas' Yastrzemski

Fulvio Cecere ... Stottlemeyer
Ron Small ... Johnny

Irene Karas ... Mickey
Karina Carreck ... Secretary

Brendan Beiser ... Ben Powell

Tiffany Lyndall-Knight ... Technician (as Tiffany Knight)
Yvonne Myers ... Loretta

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)
Marcus Hondro ... Taxi Driver (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 20: Nest

18 August 2000
A scientific team based in the Arctic discover an ancient species of Polar Mites that infest humans and cause them to go insane.

Robert Sean Leonard ... Robby Archer
Martin Cummins ... Jack Burrell

Kelly Rutherford ... Rachel
Paul Jarrett ... Dr. Mauser

Brenda James ... Marcy Newhall
Jesai Jayhmes ... Lou Wolsky
Brad McDonald ... William Grimes
Sam MacMillan ... Pete
Guy Demong ... A.J.

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 21: Final Appeal

3 September 2000
In a world that has banned technology, Dr. Theresa Givens is on trial for using her time machine.

Season 6, Episode 22: Final Appeal 2

3 September 2000


Season 7


Season 7, Episode 1: Family Values

16 March 2001
An overworked man acquires a robot to take care of his household and family in his absence. He realizes too late that the machine may be doing its job just a little bit too perfectly.

Tom Arnold ... Jerry Miller

Catherine Mary Stewart ... Brooke Miller

Gerard Plunkett ... Gideon

Kimberley Warnat ... Candace Miller

Giacomo Baessato ... Russ Miller
Alf Humphreys ... Dennis (as Alfred E. Humphreys)

Beverley Elliott ... Holly

Michael Daingerfield ... Delivery Man
Jordan Weller ... Zack

Graham Wardle ... Man
Brent Sheppard ... Man on TV (as Brent J.D. Sheppard)
Jade Pawluk ... Clay
Clay St. Thomas ... Host on TV

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 2: Patient Zero

23 March 2001
A Colonel goes back in time to poison a physician who unintentionally spread a global pandemic. When the traveler returns to the future, nothing has changed. Though haunted by the plague death of his own family, the Colonel is ordered to an earlier time, to assassinate a young woman carrier, plus the physician.

Michael Rooker ... Colonel Beckett

Tanya Allen ... Amy Barrett

Laurie Murdoch ... Quisling

Gillian Barber ... General

David Cubitt ... Colonel Faber
Patrick McManus ... Dr. Mandel
Myfanwy Meilen ... Beckett's Wife
Karina Carreck ... Nurse
Aaron Joseph ... Basketball Kid
Kyra Azzopardi ... Catherine
Bruce Campbell ... Coffee Guy

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 3: A New Life

30 March 2001
A couple flee a present-day religious community they've joined but find it's entirely surrounded by an invisible wall. They're the parents of the totally isolated cult's first child, who has a mysterious scar from a ceremony by the cult leader, who they caught sneaking off into the forest and teleporting into thin air. They're spotted by another malcontent, who's been searching for a way out for months. With nowhere to go and everyone else entranced by the idyllic new life, what can they do?

Brad Rowe ... Daniel

Jeremy Sisto ... Tom
Michelle Beaudoin ... Beth

Nick Mancuso ... Father
Holly Ferguson ... Heather

Michael Eklund ... Jacob
Jeremy Van der Driesen ... Polk

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 4: The Surrogate

6 April 2001
Heather Donahue takes part in a surrogate mother program, unaware it is a plot to invade and take over the planet Earth.

Heather Donahue ... Claire Linkwood
Erich Anderson ... Dr. Deanston
Ocean Hellman ... Fern
Cheryl Wilson ... Nurse Rebecca
Ian Robison ... Craig
Elizabeth McLaughlin ... Donna

William MacDonald ... FBI Special Agent Grant
G. Patrick Currie ... Ben
Ronin Wong ... Dr. Chan (as Ronin)

Enid-Raye Adams ... Emily

Simone Bailly ... Administrator
Samantha McKenna ... Debbie

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 5: The Vessel

13 April 2001
After a US Space Shuttle crash, one of the crew, a writer, miraculously survives and appears to be indestructible and now has gifted insight.
Zachary Ansley ... Alien

Brian Arnold ... Newscaster

Jay Brazeau ... Dr. George Bader

Jere Burns ... Jake Worthy

Tom Butler ... General Morehouse

Erica Carroll ... Nurse

Chilton Crane ... Catharine McCarty

Anthony De Longis ... Commander McCarty
Deni DeLory ... Alexis Worthy

Bruce Gray ... James Harding
Joe Maffei ... Landlord
Bill Meilen ... Old Drunk

Thomas Potter ... Tattooed Thug
Marie Stillin ... Allison

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Sanjay Madhav ... Major (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 6: Mona Lisa

20 April 2001
Mona Lisa is a robotic assassin that develops a sense of humanity after the creators disengage her fail safe devices. She proceeds to find out more about earth and its inhabitants.
Dax Belanger ... Security Guard

Mark Brandon ... The Gentleman

Biski Gugushe ... Chief Technician David

Laura Harris ... Mona Lisa 37X

Derek Morrison ... Deadbeat

Michael P. Northey ... Vern
Rick Poltaruk ... Banjo

James Ralph ... Ominous Man
Michael David Simms ... The Administrator

Sylvesta Stuart ... Ominous Man

Rachel Ticotin ... Theodora 'Teddi' Madden
Julia Tortolano ... Amanda Madden
Timothy Webber ... Dr. Willard Haley

Dean Wray ... Alvin Madden

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 7: Replica

27 April 2001
After wife dies, a scientist uses his own discovery to clone his wife illegally.

Sherilyn Fenn ... Nora Griffiths / Nora's Clone

Peter Outerbridge ... Zach Griffiths

Garwin Sanford ... Peter Chandler

Kwesi Ameyaw ... Dr. Adam Meares

Michele Bogdanow ... Nurse
Derek Peakman ... Dr. Pastore
John Treleaven ... Investor
Ginger Broatch ... Young Nora (as Haili Page)

Lindsay Jameson ... Nora's Mother
J.M. Landry ... Nora's Father

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 8: Think Like a Dinosaur

15 June 2001
During testing of a molecular transporter device, a duplicate of a woman is created, causing ethical problems as to whether to have this new life terminated.

Enrico Colantoni ... Michael Burr
Linnea Sharples ... Kamala Shastri

David Lewis ... Will Carson
Peter Grier ... Steve
Scott McNeil ... Silloin / Linna (voice)

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 9: Alien Shop

22 June 2001
An alien shape-shifter owns a unique curio shop whose merchandise possess strange powers; when a petty crook accepts a peculiar wallet he learns the hard way that money not earned comes at a price.

Johnathon Schaech ... Andy Pace

Michelle Harrison ... Gabrielle Pace

Alex Diakun ... Shopkeeper
Tom Heaton ... Red
P. Lynn Johnson ... Lucy
Arnie Walters ... Father Pat
Dee Jay Jackson ... Joe
Ralph Alderman ... Phil
Maxine Miller ... Mrs. Fitzgerald
Russell Ferrier ... Cop
Leanne Adachi ... Dr. Healy
Howard Siegel ... Bum

Kevin Blatch ... Jewellery Salesman

Dan Shea ... Old Man / Cop
Keith Provost ... Dealership Manager

Jeffrey Ballard ... Young Boy

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 10: Worlds Within

29 June 2001
A scientist tries to save a mutant child who is connected to another reality from manipulation by the government.

Joanna Going ... Dr. Anya Kenway

Geraint Wyn Davies ... Dr. David LaSalle

William B. Davis ... Dr. Frank Biemler

Haig Sutherland ... Roy Evereznak
Samantha Sewell ... Mrs. Vadimsky

Khaira Ledeyo ... Jane

Johannah Newmarch ... Nancy LaSalle
Shawn Reis ... Jensen

Devin Douglas Drewitz ... Sasha Vadimsky
Marcy Goldberg ... Obnoxious Woman

Glenn Ennis ... Guard
Igor Morozov ... Russian Scientist

Samantha Grant ... 2001 Mrs. Vadimsky (as Samantha Sewell)

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 11: In the Blood

6 July 2001
Explorers, including an astrophysicist member of the Diné tribe and her medical doctor husband, are sent through a hole which scientists have torn in the universe to study the effects of "trans-space" on humans.

Irene Bedard ... Callie Whitehorse Landau

Cameron Daddo ... Alec Landau

Greg Evigan ... Flight Crew Director James Dreeden

Helene Joy ... Dr. Louisa Kennedy
Monique Mojica ... Grandmother

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 12: Flower Child

21 July 2001
After an alien seed takes root in an old woman's garden, it sucks the life from her and becomes a beautiful woman who continues to look for more victims.

Jeremy London ... Chris

Rebecca Reichert ... Mia

Jud Tylor ... Violet

Kavan Smith ... Allan

Ken Tremblett ... Tom
James Crescenzo ... Sylvano
Christina Jastrzembska ... Mary Cummings

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Ted Friend ... Newscaster (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 13: Free Spirit

28 July 2002
The schizophrenic inhabitants of a mental institution find themselves being possessed by a mysterious entity.
Steve Archer ... Lead Cop

Noah Beggs ... Prison Guard
Darren Birch ... Test Subject #2

Aaron Douglas ... Kevin Lockwood

Colin Ferguson ... David
Ben Gehrke ... Test Subject #1

Dina Meyer ... Dr. Rachel Harris
Oga Nwobosi ... TV Anchorwoman

Ty Olsson ... Mike
Xantha Radley ... Sarah

Ron Selmour ... Carl
John R. Taylor ... Leon

Barbara Tyson ... Dr. Kate

Robert Weiss ... Blue Tech

Darryl Scheelar ... Ben (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 14: Mindreacher

4 August 2001
A doctor puts her sanity on the line when testing a psychological tool allowing her to enter her patients' minds.

Artine Brown ... Drunk

Britt Irvin ... Judith Wilder

Jamie Luner ... Dr. Candace Maguire
Marcel Maillard ... Homeless Man

Patrick McKenna ... Dr. Seigel
Terry David Mulligan ... Chancellor Duncan Wilder
Yvonne Myers ... Guard
Barbara Pollard ... Alice

John Pyper-Ferguson ... Dr. Kenneth Vaughn

Rekha Sharma ... Reese
Simon Burnett ... Priest (uncredited)
Mike LaPage ... Security Guard (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 15: Time to Time

11 August 2001
A 60s radical's daughter ventures back in time to undo the bombing which killed him. But the time travel institute who recruited her as a trainee races to stop her before she irreparably damages the future. The institute plucked Lorelle out of a fatal car wreck, so she can't return to 1989, but her mother is devastated by her husband's death, so Lorelle hopes to affect the past to improve her mother's life.

Kristin Lehman ... Lorelle Palmer

Paul Popowich ... Tom Palmer

Alex Diakun ... Nicholas Prentice (also archive footage)

Ingrid Kavelaars ... Angie Palmer

Ryan Robbins ... Richard

Chris William Martin ... Gavin
David Pauls ... Travis

Grace Park ... Satchko

Jessica Amlee ... Young Lorelle

Emy Aneke ... James Williams

Aaron Craven ... ROTC Student
Audra Ricketts ... Tiana

Lee Tockar ... Pothead

Cory Chetyrbok ... Hippie

Saul Rubinek ... Aaron Zgierski (archive footage)
Peter Boretski ... Leon Zgierski (archive footage)
Kyra Azzopardi ... Hannah (archive footage)

Lindsay Crouse ... Gwen Sawyer (archive footage)

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 16: Abduction

18 August 2001
An alien abducts five typical teenagers and decrees that one of them must die.

Zachery Ty Bryan ... Ray
Jesse Cadotte ... Cody Phillips
Don Kline ... Principal

Kandyse McClure ... Brianna Lake

Jesse Moss ... Jason Stewart

Meghan Ory ... Danielle Hobson
Eric Schneider ... Alien Inquisitor

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 17: Rule of Law

25 August 2001
A circuit court judge goes to a frontier planet that has never known the law or had a judicial system. His first trial is of an alien accused of attacking and killing several humans.

Michasha Armstrong ... Hmong

Anne Marie DeLuise ... Miranda (as Anne Marie Loder)
Robert Freeman ... Armstrong

Carrie Genzel ... Lavinia Oleaga

Dennis Haysbert ... Joshua Finch

Scott Hylands ... Governor Oleaga

Michael Ironside ... General Quince
Shaun Johnston ... O'Brien

Catherine Lough Haggquist ... Eileen
Ian Marsh ... Medusan Defendant

Todd Sandomirsky ... Dov
Martin Sims ... Andy
Gerry South ... Matt
Frank C. Turner ... Old Man
Matthew Walker ... Kra'dok

Paul Whitney ... Bailiff

Charles Zuckermann ... Medusan Chieftain

Season 7, Episode 18: Lion's Den

8 September 2001
A losing high school wrestling coach get access to a performance enhancing drug that allows his team to win with some dreaded side-effects.

Shawn Ashmore ... Morris Shottwell
Crystal Bublé ... Linda

Stephen Chang ... John Li

Roger R. Cross ... Jon

Sarah Deakins ... Amanda Nance

Noel Fisher ... Brae

Duncan Fraser ... Coach Terni

Jeremy Guilbaut ... Brent Kearns
Larry Musser ... Larry Leonard

P.J. Prinsloo ... Eric

Alejandro Rae ... Warren (as Alex Rae)

John Wesley Shipp ... Coach Peter Shotwell

Season 7, Episode 19: The Tipping Point

15 September 2002
A computer hacker fights the development of a universal computer language when the computers seem to becoming sentient and a threat to humanity.

Rob Bruner ... Bryce
Jim Byrnes ... Merlin

Erica Carroll ... Energy Being

Jonathan Cherry ... Andy
Allan Gray ... Prometheus

Anthony Harrison ... Detective Saunders
David Lovgren ... Evan
Gus Lynch ... Logan

Gabrielle Miller ... Megan

Kerr Smith ... Zach Burnham

Kevin Conway ... The Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 20: Dark Child

4 January 2002
A single mother memories of being abducted by aliens resurface when her story appears in a newspaper article. Her moody teen-aged daughter has a English teacher that is helping her, but also seems familiar to her mother.

Andrew Airlie ... Marcus Fellows
Gracie P. Aylward ... Lucy (as Patty 'Gracie' Aylward)

Rhonda Dent ... Young Laura Sinclair
Kathleen Duborg ... Karen McDonald

Nora Dunn ... Laura Sinclair

Danny Dworkis ... Harry (as Danny Danado)
Chris Gibson ... Pharmacist

Katharine Isabelle ... Tammy Sinclair
Christine Kennedy ... Candace

Brandy Kopp ... Marilyn (as Brandy Heidrick)
Neil Schell ... Dr. Campbell

Jane Sowerby ... Susan
Dallas Thompson ... Allyson
David Thomson ... Mr. Garvey

Season 7, Episode 21: The Human Factor

11 January 2002
In the year 2084, humans fight an android whose artificial intelligence has determined humans must no longer be allowed to spread colonies throughout space.

Robert Duncan McNeill ... Commander Ellis Ward

Kevan Ohtsji ... Cho
Talia Ranger ... Kaila
Laara Sadiq
Stephen Spender ... Corbett

Malcolm Stewart ... Garrison

Zack Ward ... Link
Catherine Zak ... Jen Ward

Season 7, Episode 22: Human Trials

18 January 2002
Military personnel are tested to find the best candidate for a very special mission. Each test may eliminate one of the four candidates. But what is the ultimate mission.
Leanne Adachi ... Captain Alice Wheeler

Kim Coates ... Colonel Sage

Glynis Davies ... Dr. Baker

Michael Dorn ... Pete Claridge

Jason Gedrick ... Captain Kelvin Parkhurst
Dean Marshall ... Captain William Hinman

Lochlyn Munro ... Captain Eric Woodward

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