Night Visions (2001– )
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Reunion/Neighborhood Watch 

The reunion of his old unit causes a Gulf War veteran to have a waking nightmare about his p.o.w. days. / Worried parents form a neighborhood watch to scare away a recently released pedophile, but they don't know what he looks like.


, (as Thomas Wright)


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Episode credited cast:
... Wally (segment "Reunion")
Lauren Diewold ... Ashley (segment "Neighborhood Watch")
... Steve Thorne (segment "Neighborhood Watch")
... Jimmy (segment "Reunion") (as Chuma Hunter-Gault)
... Ed Neville (segment "Neighborhood Watch")
Bryan Leslie ... Mayor (segment "Reunion")
... Sally Osgoode (segment "Neighborhood Watch")
... Kyra Martindelli (segment "Neighborhood Watch")
... Alan Martindelli (segment "Neighborhood Watch")
... Lieut. Dale Stillman (segment "Reunion")
Lurene Music ... Olivia Thorne (segment "Neighborhood Watch")
... Jim Osgoode (segment "Neighborhood Watch")
... Sam (segment "Reunion")
... Himself - Host
Suzin Schiff ... Maureen Martindelli (segment "Neighborhood Watch")


It's Veteran's Day and army lieutenant Dale Stillman is at the ceremony held in his town. He's a Gulf War veteran and a decorated war hero, who's been suffering from serious PTSD since the war and can't get a job. After the ceremony he sees three of his squadmates. They're glad to see one another and they ask him to join them for a drink at a bar. However, when Dale arrives at this reunion, there's no one there except for the bartender and two friendly laughing drinking buddies Wally and Gus, who also know Dale. He decides to wait for his comrades, but as the time passes he begins suffering from flashbacks that eventually turn into a disturbing waking dream. He's reliving the night when he saved one of his squadmates, but then got captured by the Iraqis, when he went to get some help. They threw him in a dungeon, where he was psychologically tortured and threatened by a sadistic interrogator. However, when Dale's teammates finally show up at the bar, he's in for a rude awakening.

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Release Date:

16 August 2001 (Canada)  »

Also Known As:

Neighborhood Watch  »

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It's time for you to rejoin your men sir.
31 October 2010 | by See all my reviews

***SPOILERS*** Hailed as the hero of Desert Storm, the 1991 Gulf War, in his hometown Let. Dale Stillman, Jay Mohr, spots three of his former army buddies Wally Jimmy & Sam, Ron Canada Chuma Hunter-Gault & Aaron Pearl, that he saved during the fighting there and makes a date to see them that evening at the local town tavern. At first being no shows at the bar the three ex-GI's suddenly appeared out of thin air to remind Dale just what a hero he really was. Something that Dale had been trying to keep hidden from himself since the war ended.

****SPOILER*** As we and Dale soon learn the selfless and heroic acts that he's been rewarded for were really the acts of a man who desperately tried to save his own neck at the expense of those he was in command of. Caught by an Iraqi patrol on his way to get help for his stranded and pinned down, by Iraqi machine gun fire, fellow GI's Dale gave away their positions in order to keep from being turned into a human torch by his captors. In fact it was a fellow US Amy captive who was roasted alive who refused to talk who should have gotten ,postououstly,all the honors that Dale did!

With the awful truth, the ghosts of Gulf War past, now staring him straight in the face Dale could only smile and rejoin those he left behind to die in the Kuwaiti Desert fully knowing that it's the right and only thing left for him to do. Found on Dale's body is a gold chain watch that he brought back from the war. That watch was the only thing that was left of the US soldier that was burned alive by the Iraqis who was held captive together with Dale. And mysteriously engraved on it are the words : To Let.Dale Stillman for "Uncomon Valor".

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