The Triangle (2005)
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U.S. Secretary of the Navy has found a way to stop the Triangle phenomena. With their job done, the team goes home only to realize that a possible miscalculation in his plan could bring about the end of the world. Can the team stop it?



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Howard Thomas
Emily Patterson
Meeno Paloma
Stan Lathem
Bruce Geller (as Michael Rodgers)
Eric Benerall
Helen Paloma
Aron Ackerman
Captain Jay
Doug Weist
Karl Sheedy
Sally Thomas
Adrienne Pierce ...
Emily's Mother (as Adrienne Pearce)
Marie (as Robyn Olivia)
Anette Kemp ...
Traci Thomas


The team manages to convince Benerall that a secret Navy experiment is behind the anomalies in the Triangle. Benerall gets his friend, the Secretary of the Navy, to explain everything. It turns out that the anomalies are the direct consequence of the Philadelphia experiment and that the Secretary himself will conduct a secret Navy operation in the Bermuda Triangle to finally close the expanding space-time tear left by the experiment in 1943. All the team has to do is wait out the rest of the day for the operation to complete and everything will be fine again. With the job now seemingly done, the team returns home to rest but as particularly bad weather hits Miami, they all become uneasy about the outcome. Meeno contacts Howard to discuss his recent problems, Emily is visited by her mother from the alternate timeline, Stan gets an especially bad feeling about the situation and Bruce sees the data that his students have collected about the Triangle phenomena which shows that the Navy is...

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7 December 2005 (USA)  »

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Emily Patterson makes reference to the USS Eldridge, implying she was a battleship involved in the Philadelphia Experiment. The real USS Eldridge, DE-173, was a destroyer escort commissioned on 27 August 1943. Decommissioned on 17 June 1946, she was transferred to Greece on 15 January 1951. Decommissioned on 5 November 1992, she was sold for scrap on 11 November 1999. See more »

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