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Reflections in Terror 

With a blood sample from the "star-child," Diana creates an uncontrollable and deadly clone which seeks out Elizabeth; Bates tests Julie's loyalty when he suspects she is sympathetic to the... See full summary »

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With a blood sample from the "star-child," Diana creates an uncontrollable and deadly clone which seeks out Elizabeth; Bates tests Julie's loyalty when he suspects she is sympathetic to the Resistance whose headquarters he is preparing to destroy. Written by Anonymous

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21 December 1984 (USA)  »

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References Casablanca (1942) See more »

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Deck the Halls (Traditional)
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Performed by Robert Englund
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unprecedented in TV history
7 October 2010 | by (Estero Island) – See all my reviews

The aliens create a clone of the starchild, the only successful human/saurian hybrid. The standoff between clone and original is absolutely classic...not leastly because the creators made the two distinguishable by having the clone wear NO MAKEUP...and i don't mean no alien makeup, i mean no makeup period. The starchild has standard "human TV female" makeup. To watch them face off gives the viewer a stunning opportunity, very likely unique in the history of television, to appreciate how much more attractive a woman is without makeup. This one also has the hands-down cheesiest moment of the series, when our heroes trot out an a capella "America the Beautiful" in response to the alien's own planetary anthem. Not recommended for those with touchy stomachs.


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