Neil is being stalked by Kit-10, an insane all-powerful female AI. Sarah loses her visitation rights. Angela is on a new joint space mission with a friendly Russian astronaut, Tatianna Kosviskova. Kit-10 uses them as hostages.





Episode credited cast:
Angela Perry (as Tamara Craig Thomas)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Tatianna Kosviskovo
Holly Culverson
Brendan Connor ...
Jean Daigle ...
Detective Culver
Sean Wayne Doyle ...
TV Announcer
Kathleen Duborg ...
Mrs. Hess
Craig Eldridge ...
Detective Salzana
Jimmy Gonzalez ...
Detective Salzana


While working late one night, Neil begins an online chat with a mysterious girl who only identifies herself as Kitten. Over the next several days, Kitten begins to harass Neil via his computer and cellphone. With no clue about Kitten's identity, Neil begins to suspect that his school's new computer system is actually Kitten, and sets out to rid himself of the obsessive system. Written by Marc Hayot

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23 August 2002 (USA)  »

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When they use the Twinternet at the end, they cool it by placing it in a fish tank with antifreeze so it will run faster. Liquid submersion cooling requires an electrically non-conductive fluid, such as mineral oil. Placing the computer in antifreeze would just fry it. See more »

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Utterly dire
21 November 2012 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

There are, I know, many who find Odyssey 5 to be brilliant and one of the best sci-fi series of recent times. I, though, am not one of these, so take my comments on board with that in mind.

All series have at least one episode which may be considered to be the "runt of the litter," that is to say not up to the same standard or pedigree as the others. In the case of Kitten, this episode really should have been still born. Yes, it has a place in the overall storyline of the series, but how anyone could wangle 45 minutes of dross out of this beats me all ends up. The whole thing could have been covered in a fraction of the time and I would not have wasted those precious moments battling the urge to fast forward or even turn off this episode. I have set myself the goal of watching the remaining episodes to see if the series improves, but with no real expectation of this. Of the episodes that I have seen thus far, Kitten has to rate as the most appalling of the lot by a long, long way.

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