Seven Days: Season 1, Episode 1

Pilot: Part 1 (7 Oct. 1998)

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The President and Vice President were killed in a terrorist attack. Now it seems that a secret branch of the government has in their possession technology from the alien landing at Roswell,... See full summary »

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Karl Pretzneff
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The President and Vice President were killed in a terrorist attack. Now it seems that a secret branch of the government has in their possession technology from the alien landing at Roswell, and they were able to use it to create a time machine that can send someone back in time seven days. And they would like to send someone back before this happened and tell what's going to happen before it does so they can prevent it. Now all they need is someone to send back, as the trip is excruciating. Frank Parker is an ex-Navy SEAL and CIA operative who has been confined to a mental hospital. He has been chosen as their "chrononaut" (or time traveler), as he has a high tolerance for pain, but at the same time he's a bit of a wildcard, as he doesn't like to be told what to do, or follow rules. Written by <rcs0411@yahoo.com>

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When the Russian commandos are boarding the freighter, supposedly on the open sea, you can see dock lights reflected in the still water. See more »

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Lt. Frank Parker: [about receiving his Backstep tattoo] I've been in every foreign capital in the world, drunk, and I've never gotten one of those things.
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I was wholeheartedly and dreadfully disappointed when they took this show off the air. I even sent an email to UPN (because I didn't have the address of the office of the producers) but it was to no avail. I loved the premise of the show but especially the ensemble cast. The chemistry between all the players was wonderful and the cast was quite impressive, including Nick Searcy (film actor whose films include Castaway and Fried Green Tomatoes), Jonathan LaPaglia (formerly on NY Undercover), Norman Lloyd (best known for his role on St. Elsewhere), and Don Franklin (formerly on Sea Quest). Ah, but I guess it wasn't meant to be. This show is still sorely missed by at least one viewer (and probably more)!


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