The Tomorrow People (1973–1979)
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War of the Empires: All in the Mind 

John and Liz contact the Thargons who agree to leave Earth if they find no evidence of Sorsons being there; however, the President orders a preemptive strike against them.

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(as Roger Price), (creator) (as Roger Price)

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Mike (as Michael Holoway)
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Hsui Tai
Nigel Rhodes ...
Andrew
Philip Gilbert ...
Tim / Timus (voice)
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American President
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American General
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Morgan Evans
Oliver Maguire ...
Thargon General
David Cann ...
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Storyline

Timus appears, asking John and Elizabeth to return to the Galactic Trig and present their case for an appeal against banishment; but, with the Thargon fleet fast approaching Earth, they can't go. With the Sorsons gone, all would be well if only the American president didn't decide to go down without a fight, leading the launch of all Earth's nuclear missiles against the Thargons in a final gesture of Mankind's moxie. Just when all seems blackest, Andrew has an idea. Written by statmanjeff

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Drama | Fantasy | Sci-Fi

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TV-PG
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19 February 1979 (UK)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Last show of the series. See more »

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The American president dooms the Earth by launching rockets against the Thargon fleet, yet nothing ever comes from launching the rockets. They're never seen or heard about again. See more »

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[last line of the series]
Timus: No, not members of the old Federation but members of a vigorous NEW Federation, which from now on will look to young people like yourselves for guidance.
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