The Outer Limits (1995–2002)
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In a world that has banned technology, Dr. Theresa Givens is on trial for using her time machine.

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Dr. Theresa Givens
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Justice Gretchen Parkhurst
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Justice Kendall Woods
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Nicole Whitley
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Justice Earl Clayton
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Solicitor-General Wallace Gannon
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Justice Oliver Harbison
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Chief Justice Haden Wainwright
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In a world that has banned technology, Dr. Theresa Givens is on trial for using her time machine.

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3 September 2000 (Canada)  »

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This was Charlton Heston's final guest appearance on a television series before his death on April 5, 2008 at the age of 84. See more »

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Features The Outer Limits: Déjà Vu (1999) See more »

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Another Contrived Episode with Big Stars
10 October 2014 | by See all my reviews

This episode should have had a 10. It has wonderful actors and really neat subject matter. It involves a society that has rejected the use of science because of the war that scientists produced. Now a woman time traveler, played by Amanda Plummer, is on trial for her life. The Supreme Court of the United States is hearing her case. She is charged with several murders, committed while she was time traveling. It's also about the future of science (by the way, the clothing and numerous other advancements seem to be OK.). What's wrong is that every year when this series concluded, they mocked up an episode, showing scenes from non-related episodes. This could all have worked out with a little effort on the writers' parts. You have Chuck Heston, Hal Holbrook, Cicely Tyson, and other stars working their ways through this. Also, Wally Langham, from CSI comes on as the wost nightmare in recorded history. It's interesting, but not because of the science. It's a court case that will give direction to the world of the future.


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