The Outer Limits: Season 6, Episode 9

Stasis (14 Apr. 2000)

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In a world where resources are limited each shift of workers is placed in stasis (sleep) during their off hours, a man and woman from different shifts fall in love and try to circumvent the system.

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Eric Waters
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Dominic Langton
Matthew Walker ...
Winston
Maureen Thomas ...
Elizabeth
Robert Lewis ...
Miguel
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Kayla (as Brenda M. Crichlow)
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Larissa Whitehouse
Gordon Tipple ...
Finerman
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Claudia
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In a world where resources are limited each shift of workers is placed in stasis (sleep) during their off hours, a man and woman from different shifts fall in love and try to circumvent the system.

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Per the title, the term stasis is from Greek for stop and when used in science-fiction means an artificial pause that stops all physical and chemical processes of life to put an individual into extended hibernation or suspended animation. See more »

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Just the Way Things Are
24 August 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Another dystopia. Here the powers that be have feasted on the fruits of people who are put in stasis. That is, at some point it was decided that there wasn't enough to eat or enough work for the whole population and so they would sleep for a period of time and then return to their work life for the next period. This is a nice arrangement until we come to realize that even if things start to get better, those upper crust folks (like in The Hunger Games) aren't about to give anything back to the long suffering workers. Not only that, they have some other plans for the moisture in their bodies. This is a story of three people. Two fall in love but are in different shifts. The other is a play-by-the-book guy who seems to have power and fears losing it. The interest I had in this was to see how the writers would tie things up. Not a bad episode but covering old ground.


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