The latest extra-terrestials to be rescued by the Moon Alpha Base crew are Pasc and his young son Etrec. They are from the usually peaceful planet of Archaron and they claim that they are ... See full summary »

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The latest extra-terrestials to be rescued by the Moon Alpha Base crew are Pasc and his young son Etrec. They are from the usually peaceful planet of Archaron and they claim that they are victims of a rebellion, engineered by Pasc's wife Lyra. However, Helena discovers that they have both been infected with a virus which makes them considerably less friendly and more deadly than their initial claim. Written by don @ minifie-1

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The original script had the Alphans bust into Pasc's hijacked eagle from the outside, but the budget wouldn't accommodate the construction of a life-size eagle. See more »

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Pasc's mark disappears from the point he is seen on a monitor talking to Alpha from the Eagle and doesn't reappear. There's no comment on it from that point forward. [The mark shows that he suffers from a disease that causes its sufferers to kill others. As he shares scenes with Doctor Russel, the head of the medical section, she should have questioned the change.] See more »

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it's okay...
29 June 2010 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

The show begins with Allen and some other guy in a cave on the Moon cutting away rock with what looks EXACTLY like a cheap telescope with a flashlight embedded in it! Talk about cheap! Well, regardless, inside the rock are a couple aliens that look a lot like ancient Assyrians (ask a history teacher if you don't know what I mean). Oddly, these aliens are alive--in some odd sort of cryogenic-like suspension. Why they are still alive and entombed like this not readily apparent. Tune in to find out more...if you'd like.

All in all, it's a fair episode--neither particularly good nor bad. However, there was one poor portion. Take a good look at the meteor scenes with Koenig and Maya in an Eagle. Despite great special effects in most of season one, here in season two, things were, at times, getting very, very cheesy. In fact, in this particular case, I'd say just plain bad!


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