Kyle XY (2006–2009)
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Sleepless in Seattle 

Kyle's inability to sleep puts a strain on the family.


(as Michael Rohl)


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Episode cast overview:
April Matson ...
Robert Wisden ...


Kyle has no natural urge to sleep ever, so he methodically raids the fridge for tastes to explore, then discovers night TV till it wakes everybody up. Kyle has no notion of time either, total amnesia about his personal life before his appearance in the woods at Victor Falls and no medical file. Dr. Stone confirms Kyle's perfect health and physical normality except for the missing navel and he aces every game or test. Uncomplexed Josh makes a list of oddities supporting his theory Kyle must be an alien, such as stargazing, and looks forward to horny dreams, whole even sleeping pills can't make Kyle sleep, when he makes a nightly walk a mysterious man tails him in a pick-up. Lori makes Declan jealous. Kyle does feels best relaxed in the bathtub... Written by KGF Vissers

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3 July 2006 (USA)  »

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When Kyle is playing with the radio, an ad for Madacorp comes on. See more »


(at around 20 mins) Kyle goes outside and there are a couple of shots of the night sky showing way to many stars for a metropolitan area. See more »


References Sleepless in Seattle (1993) See more »


The Airways
Performed by Castle Project
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Why Make Him Sleep
24 October 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

They force him to sleep and even try to give him pills to sleep. Here's a newsflash, if you don't sleep in 7 days, you die. That's a fact. If he doesn't need it and he is super smart, isn't it a bit counter-productive to society to make him sleep? It seems like they are doing stuff for him and making him do stuff so they feel good, not because it is any good for him.

Not sure if I liked this very much. The rest of it was at least decent, but this little thing struck me as odd.

It is a good story to add to what has already been set up, but the skeleton just makes it weird. I'm hoping that this doesn't get lame fast, but having already seen the next 2 shows, I'm not so sure.

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