A young scientist's efforts to regenerate the minds of brain-dead patients is endangered when his own single-mindedness drives off his assistants and alienates his superiors. He links up the patients' brains, which hooks up the subjects together, in another reality. But the method threatens the continuation of the study. Written by
Did You Know?
Alec Willows plays a character named Warner Oland. Warner Oland
(3 October 1879 - 6 August 1938) was a Swedish-American actor whose facial features facilitated his portrayal of Asian characters and was perhaps best known for his screen appearances as Earl Derr Bigger's iconic Chinese detective Charlie Chan in sixteen films (he also played Fu Manchu four times). See more
With exactly 2 minutes left to go in the episode, you can see a crew member walking onto and then immediately ducking out a door in the distance, behind the black velvet curtains of the 'dance studio'. It's not another character since the main protagonist is the only one in that place. See more
References This Is Spinal Tap