David and the Believers are trying to get a powerful publisher, William Mace, on their side. They have competition in Eric Lund, who heads a group seeking to purchase a controlling interest... See full summary »

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David and the Believers are trying to get a powerful publisher, William Mace, on their side. They have competition in Eric Lund, who heads a group seeking to purchase a controlling interest in Mace's publishing empire. If David and Edgar Scoville cannot persuade Mace to their cause, Lund will gain control - a disaster, since Lund is an alien! Just when they think they have Mace in their corner, he dies and his dissolute nephew Jeremy gains control. And Jeremy is very, very afraid of something. Could it have to do with the real cause of his uncle's death? Jeremy will need a crash course in the responsibilities of manhood in order to overcome the latest alien plot. Written by CommanderBalok

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Narrator: [Epilog Narration] Two more to be added to the handful of Believers - a cool young woman and the editor of an important magazine. And they will go on, with David Vincent, watching, waiting, fighting the Invader.
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The Second Half Of The Episode Is Best
26 August 2016 | by See all my reviews

Vincent and company are trying to get a new member on their side but run into complicated, very complicated, road blocks when trying to make this happen.

Complicated and very talky are the two words that best describe the first half of his episode. Some of the dialogue from the cute woman will have you shaking your head in confusion?

Thankfully, in the second half of the hour we leave the studio sets and go to lavish outdoor location filming and gun play that brings back memories of QM's The Untouchables.

This episode does not really bring anything new to the table but for massive fans of this series (like me) Task Force is enough to hold your attention.


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