On Scott Bowman's urgent return to his hometown of Halford, Washington, he finds the town full of antenna towers and its inhabitants under some form of mind control.

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Scott Bowman
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Kathrine
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Young Girl
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Wayne
Ed Evanko ...
Jim Holbrook (as Edward Evanko)
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Eileen Bowman
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Peter Bowman
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Joanna Bowman
Patricia Idlette ...
Waitress
Kevin Hansen ...
Deputy
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Guard
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Man #1
Chris Duggan ...
Man #2
Guin Mjolsness ...
Teen #1
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On Scott Bowman's urgent return to his hometown of Halford, Washington, he finds the town full of antenna towers and its inhabitants under some form of mind control.

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14 July 2000 (Canada)  »

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Here We Go Again
29 September 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This would be an OK episode if it hadn't been done fifteen times already in this series. Once again a man comes into a town where there are strange things going on. It's obvious he shouldn't trust anyone but he does anyway and it leads not only to his undoing but that of everyone else on the face of the planet. A former resident of the town in question, he gets a cryptic message from his brother. The town has become the prototype "Invasion of the Body Snatchers" place. Just before he arrives his brother is killed by his wife. Everything then is orchestrated by a ten year old who gains his confidence. Did we not see that one coming. Anyway, a super-computer has gained control of the towns brains and wants to move on. This guy does everything in plain sight, stupidly bumbling around, and telling people things that are going to draw attention to him. Once in a while, it would be nice to allow a protagonist some opportunity for success.


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