The Outer Limits (1995–2002)
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An ex-student returns to blow up a university with bombs he's made by cracking the secret of cold fusion, after being booted from the school's physics program. Todtman swears he won't ... See full summary »

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Mario Azzopardi
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Brett Cullen ... Dr. James Martin
Peter Stebbings ... Seth Todtman
Stellina Rusich ... Sharon
Kevin Tighe ... General
Michael St. John Smith ... Dean Irwin
Andrew McIlroy Andrew McIlroy ... Hal Kaplan
Garvin Cross ... Lt. Jackson
Darcy Kirkpatrick Darcy Kirkpatrick ... Communications Officer
Chris Nelson Norris ... Captain Litvak
Derek Peakman Derek Peakman ... Professor Wylie
Kyra Azzopardi Kyra Azzopardi ... Kate Martin
Gary Hetherington ... Chief Davis
Bob Dawson Bob Dawson ... Mr. Walker
Sharon Alexander ... Girl Hostage
Brennan Elliott ... Tom (as Brennan Elliot)
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An ex-student returns to blow up a university with bombs he's made by cracking the secret of cold fusion, after being booted from the school's physics program. Todtman swears he won't follow through if authorities execute 5 people he hates. Most physicists believe cold fusion is impossible, so Todtman detonates a demo bomb by remote control. Should the government kill his 5 or risk Todtman killing 5 million? Written by David Stevens

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college | university | exam | gun | hostage | See All (16) »


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TV-PG
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Release Date:

26 June 1998 (USA) See more »

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Atlantis Films See more »
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Kyra Azzopardi (Kate Martin) is the daughter of the director Mario Azzopardi. See more »

Quotes

Seth Todtman: Oh come on, Martin. Are you trying to tie me up in logical knots like I was some sort of war game computer you can crash with a game of Tic-Tac-Toe?
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References I Love Lucy (1951) See more »

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Excellent Hostage Drama With Global Implications
31 May 2014 | by HitchcocSee all my reviews

An unbalanced young man has broken the code leading to the discovery of cold fusion. Up to this time it has been merely theoretical. He shows up during some final exams for some Masters and PhD students. He locks the door and takes a device out of a bag. It has capabilities of a fifty megaton weapon that will wipe out the city. He has made a list of five people who he feels have mistreated him. A psychologist/scientist is brought in to try to negotiate with him, but he is so irrational that the man is stopped at every juncture. He doesn't seem to care how many victims there may be. He sends out a device that is detonated and kills several men who are trying to disarm it. The task is to figure him out. Meanwhile he gets a wish. One of the men on his list is brought out on the quad and executed as he watches. Meanwhile, the clock is ticking. A group of military commandos is trying to tunnel up under the weapon, but their efforts are circumvented. This is a suspenseful, intense drama where the implications are devastating. As is usually the case, the writers put an exclamation point at the end.


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