Applying experiments with chimps to himself, a dying scientist transfers his mind into a computer. But his unique survival after physical death brings unexpected heartaches.

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John Baldwin
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Applying experiments with chimps to himself, a dying scientist transfers his mind into a computer. But his unique survival after physical death brings unexpected heartaches. Written by Anonymous

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29 December 1986 (USA)  »

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Ben Oltman: [to Katherine] You... you just killed your husband.
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Perhaps you can live forever....
23 June 2015 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

This episode stars Jeffery Jones (who, incidentally has a VERY interesting IMDb trivia page). He's a researcher who is studying how to transfer a person's consciousness into a computer---probably because he's seriously ill and dying. His co-workers refuse to do this...so he does it on his own. The experiment is successful--but what will happen next? After all, just because he's downloaded onto a computer doesn't mean he's alive. And, what will 'life' be like for someone like this?!

This episode is ridiculously impossible but they manage to make it seem possible. I appreciate that. Overall, while wildly implausible and weird, it's also compelling and worth seeing. Not a great episode but a very good one.


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