The Outer Limits: Season 7, Episode 7

Replica (27 Apr. 2001)

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After wife dies, a scientist uses his own discovery to clone his wife illegally.



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Episode cast overview:
Nora Griffiths / Nora's Clone
Zach Griffiths
Peter Chandler
Kwesi Ameyaw ...
Dr. Adam Meares
Derek Peakman ...
Dr. Pastore
John Treleaven ...
Ginger Broatch ...
Young Nora (as Haili Page)
Nora's Mother
J.M. Landry ...
Nora's Father


After wife dies, a scientist uses his own discovery to clone his wife illegally.

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Per the title, a replica is a copy that is indistinguishable from the original. See more »


Cloning a person would not include make-up, perfect eyebrows, shaved legs/underarms, or hairstyle. When she comes to life as a clone, she is at least naked as a baby, but she looks too good! See more »


Featured in The Outer Limits: The Human Factor (2002) See more »

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28 September 2006 | by (Amsterdam, The Netherlands) – See all my reviews

This one is not only extremely well delivered by all the actors, it holds numerous mind-blowing messages. If you haven't seen The Outer Limits, at least make sure you see this episode. Not only that, if you're a Sheryl Ann Fenn fan, this shows her talents are award-worthy. In fact, it's ridiculous this episode was never given an Emmy or something similar.

I would like to give away the content, but that would be spoiling too much, and it's just too good to spoil this one. Go see it with an open mind and not knowing what it is about.

Sure, the ending might be a little predictable, but it's really scary to think this dates back to 2001. Just think about this concept being an actual possibility as we speak, would we know? ;-)

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