David and Mike Calvin board a ship in search of several crates that contain "wreckage" that rained down from the sky - the pieces of a crashed saucer! But the crates are gone; the aliens ... See full summary »

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Peter Kalter
Chris Robinson ...
Mike Calvin
Larry Gates ...
Weller
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Roy Poole ...
Cort
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Dom
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David and Mike Calvin board a ship in search of several crates that contain "wreckage" that rained down from the sky - the pieces of a crashed saucer! But the crates are gone; the aliens got to them first. The aliens also took a large shipment of heroin destined for "The Organization" - an organized crime ring run by Peter Kalter. Kalter wants his shipment back and he's willing to kill to get it. But if David can convince him that the Invaders are here, he might gain a powerful, if ruthless and unpredictable, ally. On the other hand, others in the Organization simply want their drugs back, even if they have to sell out the human race to get them. Written by CommanderBalok

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Peter Kalter learns in a phone call with Edgar Scoville that his henchman never called Scoville the previous day, despite being ordered to do so. However, Kalter already met Scoville in person earlier the same day, and complained that Scoville never returned his calls. He should have learned of his man's duplicity then. See more »

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Narrator: [Epilog Narration] Two hours after his decision to save David's life, Peter Kalter left the organization for good. He had joined the fight against another organization - a fight which David Vincent will continue.
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One more must see episode

I still wondered why I liked this episode so much. I found. It's because there is no gal in it. Don't misunderstand me, I have nothing against chicks, but sometimes they are useless in man's world. And this story is a real one. A man's tale. Rough, tough, and dark. JD Cannon gives a powerful performance, as a gang leader, narcotics ring major chief who has to fight against David at first but who then happens to be his ally against aliens. I love this kind of schemes. Evil vs Evil

The ending is also exquisite. In this episode, David Vincent's character is early a supporting one. Just nearly. I only watched the JD Cannon's one.

Directed by a TV productions vet: William Hale.


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