The Outer Limits (1995–2002)
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A group of talented psychics are gathered together in an underground bunker for a military project. But then some kind of mysterious assailant begins to murder them one by one.



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Episode cast overview:
Rachel Sanders (as Nicole DeBoer)
Roger Beckersly
Bridget O'Sullivan ...
Louise McDonnaugh
Mr. Brown
David Lloyd Austin ...
Mistoslav Krupchik
Colonel Kikongo (as Ronald Selmour)
Head of Security
Delta #1 Leader
Delta #2 Leader (as Michael Brynjolfson)
Scott Swanson ...
General Baker
Dairy Guard


After their handler, Mr. Brown, demonstrates their capabilities four psychics are ordered to use their power to assassinate someone. Their target is Serbian Mitoslav Krupchik, described as the Hitler of the Balkans but the psychics will never leave their Defense Department bunker. One of the four, Rachel Sanders, is completely against killing anyone but when they arrest her brother she gives. When they are successful, they are give another target African warlord Colonel Kikongo and they again succeed. When one of the four is killed however, Rachel becomes the prime suspect. Written by garykmcd

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10 July 1998 (USA)  »

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Nicole De Boer and Robert Guilluame have previously appeared on screen with Rene Auberjonois. Nicole appeared in the last season of Deep Space Nine where Nicole played Ezri Dax and Rene played Odo. Auberjonois appeared with Guilluame in the series Benson. See more »


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What Are the Rules?
2 June 2014 | by See all my reviews

Robert Guillaume leads a group of psychics who the gift of telekinesis. They have been picked because he either has something on them or they have a vulnerable person in their lives. They have the task of killing evil dictators and terrorists by, as a unit, causing heart attacks or other deadly events. They are an odd mix of people. They are incredibly unfeeling and proud of their role, except for a pretty young woman whose brother, a two time felon, is being used as a means of extortion. The government is using her fear of what they will do to him to get her to act against her will. This is a really good setup. But now everything becomes a jumbled mess. A creature from their ids (or whatever-- remember "Forbidden Planet") has come to life and they can't control it. Guillaume is nuts and has something to do with this. The handsome Harry Hamlin is in the middle of this somewhere. He has become enchanted with the young woman, but what's going on with him. When this was over, I was scratching my head. I never understood where the threat originated. You have to set up some rules for your audience or we don't know where to direct our attention. It's as if they could never figure out what to do.

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