The Outer Limits: Season 4, Episode 17

Lithia (3 Jul. 1998)

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Major Jason Mercer awakes from a cryogenics experiment to a primitive earth society devoid of men. His presence among these women, many of whom have never seen a man, begins to complicate ... See full summary »

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Major Jason Mercer awakes from a cryogenics experiment to a primitive earth society devoid of men. His presence among these women, many of whom have never seen a man, begins to complicate the relationships of the colony, with disastrous results. Written by Anonymous

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Man Alive!
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A community of women has survived a major world war. During that time, the remarkable result is that something has happened to all the men. They have died off. Because of medical technology, the women have been able to produce without mates. There are several of these sects that are governed by a woman who is a kind of overseer to them. Lo and behold a man who has been a cryonic cell wakes up to this world. He finds his way to the commune and is taken care of by them. They are, however, suspicious of his motives, and are constantly on the alert. As time goes on, he begins to aid them in their efforts to produce food. He also begins to have relationships with a couple of the women who welcome it. Problems begin to occur when he suggests that they begin to stand up to the other sects, who have much more than they do. There are some lessons to be learned here about equality and about what a society should be. An interesting, though far fetched effort.


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