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The third episode in Quinn Martin's sci-fi series features Suzanne
Pleshette as "Vicki," an alien that has a distinct difference between
herself and her fellow "invaders": she was born with the capacity to
feel emotion. Though she is supposed to deliver an unsuspecting David
Vincent (Roy Thinnes) to the location of an disabled alien ship, she
warns David and reveals her alien origins. She is then equally hunted
by her compatriots, like Vincent, through the desert. This makes for a
tense episode as Vincent must deal with his prejudices about the aliens
and his growing feelings for Vicki.
Thinnes and Pleshette make an intriguing couple on the run and veteran character actor Edward Andrews is fine as a seedy reporter with sinister motives of his own.
Also featured is Rodolfo Hoyos, Jr., a Hispanic actor that had a long and varied career in movies and television.
Because of its similar desert location, Dominec Frontiere's score is quite unlike the music that he would provide for "The Rat Patrol." And this installment shows, for the first time, how the aliens "die".
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