The Outer Limits: Season 7, Episode 22

Human Trials (18 Jan. 2002)

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Military personnel are tested to find the best candidate for a very special mission. Each test may eliminate one of the four candidates. But what is the ultimate mission.

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Leanne Adachi ...
Captain Alice Wheeler
Brent-Karl Clackson ...
Sargeant Streeter
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Colonel Sage
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Dr. Baker
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Pete Claridge
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Captain Kelvin Parkhurst
Dean Marshall ...
Captain William Hinman
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Captain Eric Woodward
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Military personnel are tested to find the best candidate for a very special mission. Each test may eliminate one of the four candidates. But what is the ultimate mission.

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Not With a Bang..........
18 December 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Four military people are auditioning for the possibility of going on a secret mission. They must pass test to get there which involves being put in a dream state where they are asked to make decisions that will demonstrate their resolve and their loyalty. Two of the men despise each other and are in perpetual conflict. This time it wasn't enough to use random scenes from previous episodes in the last episode; this time they used two separate episodes. As is usual, while the men are in the dream state, they become characters from previous episodes, completely out of context. Why these guys are willing to do what they do and experience what they experience is never made clear to us. They are told on several occasions that they may not survive these tests. Yet on they go. The conclusion is utterly unsatisfying and extremely cynical. With a group of creative people, a new series could be born, but it would take some true effort to do so.


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