A plane carrying a new kind of atomic warhead goes down on a remote South Pacific island, and the prototype seems to have fallen into the hands of a Japanese soldier who's has possibly been surviving on the island since WWII, convinced the war is still going on. Written by
The TV Archaeologist
Did You Know?
A nuclear warhead is very heavy, so nobody could just two-handedly scoop it up from among the downed plane's wreckage and scamper off with it on his shoulder, especially when it is still housed in a sturdy metal (and probably lead-lined) protective case. See more
Col. Steve Austin
I can't undo history, even for my own life.
Referenced in Archer: The Holdout