The Outer Limits: Season 1, Episode 9

Corpus Earthling (18 Nov. 1963)

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Parasitic advance guard from outer space strive to kill a physician, the only human who can hear them. Instead the physician believes he's gone insane, because he first heard the aliens right after suffering a concussion in a lab explosion. His wife, the laboratory 's assistant, comforts him, while the lab's geologist is targeted for takeover by the parasites. Written by David Stevens

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This is the only first season episode based on a literary work (in this case, Louis Charbonneau's novel of the same title). See more »

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Talking Rocks Before Irwin Allen Did It
27 June 2014 | by See all my reviews

Talking rocks in 1963? Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea did talking rock monsters in 1967 with the episode: The Fossil Men. Which series did the idea the best?

Limits used a better voice artist for the talking rock but Voyage did the whole thing in a more easy going/childish way. Voyage wins to me but both shows are cool..however I think most others would like the Limits take on the theme the best.

We are now nine episodes into this series and all nine episodes have had something of interest. The series in nearly always good with only about six stinkers in the whole 49 episode run.


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