Whilst Lester appoints Jenny as temporary leader and Connor perfects his machine to close anomalies, a Giganotosaurus, a huge carnivorous dinosaur, appears in an aircraft hangar and eats a television crew summoned by greedy reporter Harper and his editor. To the team's initial annoyance, Danny Quinn arrives but proves his worth when they have to save a besieged air crew from the monster. Lester is suspicious that his boss Christine Johnson is conducting secret experiments in the ARC. Written by
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Did You Know?
This episode is not Nigel Marven's first run in with dinosaurs, he has starred in and presented several Walking with Dinosaurs specials and in his own time travel Dino-centric series 'Prehistoric Park' See more
When the juvenile dinosaur comes through the anomaly, the Documentary Presenter identifies it as a "...velociraptor...from the late cretaceous". This is correct, and he then goes on to say that it's "...eighty million years old". However, the estimated range of the velociraptor species is 75 to 71 million years ago. Furthermore, the Giganotosaurus predated velociraptors by some fifteen million years, so unless the other end of the anomaly is shifting, the two creatures could not have come from the same time and place. In any case, the chronological age of any living thing passing through an anomaly is not changed by the number of years it has traversed. See more
There is nothing here that in anyway threatens the integrity of the ARC operation. I give you my word on that. And the Minister's.
Do you know, I can't tell you how much that reassures me. You've got a little bit of a hotline to the Minister, haven't you? I saw your suggestions for Cutter's replacement. One thing in common, military uniforms. Have you got a little bit of a thing for them?
We're all on the same side, James. We have to trust each other.
No, I don't think either of us got where we...