Having just picked up 18 corpses with no visible cause of death from a cargo ship, the Mys Venezia, the whole gang is aboard a 737, flying into a storm. Nigel thinks it's aliens or pirates that are the cause of the deaths, but all speculation ends when co-pilot Dave Rosso tells everyone to buckle up, because they have to fly into the storm. When the engines blow out, the hatch blows off, and the plane starts to dive, Dave tells everyone to brace for the inevitable crash.Jordan stirs, then wakes Woody. Nigel's arm is injured, and two FBI Agents are missing. The pilot is dead, but Dave has survived with only a leg injury. The plane has crashed in three pieces somewhere in the snowy White Mountains, hundreds of miles off course. The radio is out and there's no cell reception, but the plane had an emergency locater transmitter, now lost. The chance of survival is looking pretty slim. Ever the boy scout, Woody begins to patch up the fuselage to keep everyone warm, putting the corpses ... Written by
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The crash scene was shot on the Universal back-lot complete with trucked in snow and a mini forest erected just for this episode. See more
The co-pilot says that engine number 2 is running away (spinning too fast). Later we see a shot of engine number 1 (on the left of the aircraft) exploding, presumably due to over speed. See more
You really are a boyscout aren't you?