While Blank Reg publicly fights for his freedom and his life for a crime he didn't commit, Theora recruits Bryce to help track down the real culprits. But does Bryce know more about the advanced tech crime than he's willing to admit?

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Blank Reg (as W. Morgan Sheppard)
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While Blank Reg publicly fights for his freedom and his life for a crime he didn't commit, Theora recruits Bryce to help track down the real culprits. But does Bryce know more about the advanced tech crime than he's willing to admit?

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18 September 1987 (USA)  »

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Bryce's first day at the Academy of Computer was his 10th birthday: October 7, 1998. See more »

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Bryce claims that October 7, 1998 was a Tuesday. In fact, it was a Wednesday. See more »

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Good episode
29 September 2010 | by (The Last New Jersey Drive-In on the Left) – See all my reviews

Blank Reg (a terrific performance by William Morgan Sheppard) fights for his freedom after he's accused of a crime he didn't commit. Edison (well played by Matt Frewer) and Theora (an excellent Amanda Pays) persuade Bryce (amiable Chris Young) to return to his old computer school to track down the real culprits. Director Victor Lobl, working from an absorbing script by David Brown, relates the story at a constant steady pace. Moreover, this story provides a nice showcase for Bryce: the precious, but sheltered technology whiz goes through a neat arc as he learns that people are infinitely more complicated than machines and you can't just apply simple cut and dried logic to human emotions. The show's provocative central theme about right and wrong likewise gives the viewer plenty of tasty food for thought to chew on. Naturally, there's also some juicy satirical jabs at television, with the best and funniest stuff being Reg's trial broadcast live as an episode of some giddy game show (!). Christopher Burton as smug brat Nicholas makes for an unusual and interesting villain. Sheppard shines as the scrappy Reg; he receives sturdy support from Concetta Tomei as Reg's loyal companion Blank Dominique and Maureen Teefy as defense attorney Shelley Keeler.


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