A group of animal rights activists are killed in action when trying to flee from a lab animal which doesn't exist in nature.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Nina Sharp (credit only)
Robert Swift
Carl Bussler
Tim Gallin ...
Cameron Deglmann
MIT Girl #1
MIT Guy #1
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When a group of college age animal activists raid a laboratory to release animals, they unwittingly unleash a genetically altered monster, which goes on a killing rampage. Walter feels responsible since he experimented with combining the DNA of different species in the past, and works hard to come up with a way to trap the new animal before it can breed uncontrollably. Written by Ron Kerrigan <mvg@whidbey.com>

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14 April 2009 (USA)  »

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When Watler goes in search of the monster himself, the first part of his journey has him coming past the same broken gate that all three had walked past when they first entered the sewer. See more »


[larvae have appeared in the wounds in the bodies in the lab]
Dr. Walter Bishop: We must collect them. Peter, petri dish.
[the body bursts open and a flood of larvae comes out]
Dr. Walter Bishop: Make it a bucket.
Astrid Farnsworth: I'm gonna be sick.
Dr. Walter Bishop: [to Peter] *Two* buckets.
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"Now you crap 'em out..."
15 April 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Is there a doctor in the house? Since the parasites/larvae were not in Agent Francis's intestines but rather in his abdominal cavity what would really happen to him/them? You can't "crap out" something that's not in the crap channel. Wouldn't he become infected by the necrotic bodies of foreign organisms? I know this is a nitpick for show for which one must suspend disbelief but that seemed like a cheap trick for a throwaway line. The writers could have tried a little harder. That said, I really like this show. It is JUST like "X-Files" but with less paranoia. And the locations do look like the Boston area. Where is this filmed?

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