The Outer Limits (1995–2002)
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Last Supper 

Danny Martin falls in love with Jade, a girl from college. When he brings her home for supper, his father recognizes her as the woman he saved from cruel experiments when he was a private in the army 20 years ago.

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Helen Shaver

Writer:

Scott Shepherd
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Episode complete credited cast:
Peter Onorati ... Frank Martin
Sandrine Holt ... Jade / Laura
Dey Young ... Carol Martin
Michael Hogan ... Dr. Lawrence Sinclair
Ron Halder Ron Halder ... Lab Assistant
Fred Savage ... Danny Martin
Scott Vickaryous ... Young Sinclair
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Carol and Frank Martin welcome their college age son Danny who brings his girlfriend Jade home for dinner. Frank is stunned to see that Jade is the spitting image of a woman, Laura, that he rescued from a military lab experiment 20 years ago. He assumes she is Laura's daughter but that isn't the case - she's the same woman, who hasn't aged in many years. The scientist who conducted the original experiments, Dr. Lawrence Sinclair, is also looking for her and will go to great lengths to get what he wants from her. Written by garykmcd

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31 January 1997 (USA) See more »

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The director Helen Shaver previously played Cathy Kress in The Outer Limits: Sandkings (1995). See more »

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The Control Voice: Before we allow ourselves to be consumed by our regrets, we should remember the mistakes we make in life are not so important as the lessons we draw from them.
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Featured in The Outer Limits: A Special Edition (1997) See more »

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She's Really an Old Timer
29 April 2014 | by HitchcocSee all my reviews

This is quite interesting. Fred Savage (late of "The Wonder Years") shows up at his parent's house for dinner along with a beautiful young woman who he is quite interested in. When his father spots the woman, he is utterly distracted. He knows this woman, but his last contact with him was in Vietnam where he guarded a medical installation. This young woman was strapped down and was apparently being abused by what appears to be a doctor and his associate. She is screaming for help and when the two medical men leave, he goes in and assists her. The "doctor" comes back and pulls a gun on the young MP, but, in the process, fires his gun, causing a huge explosion. The weird thing is that this woman has not aged a day in twenty years. Meanwhile, because of the father's weird behavior, tension builds. At the same time, the evil man has gotten wind of the survival of the woman he was assaulting and heads toward the family home. She talks to the husband and tells him that she is indeed the same woman and has been alive for centuries. They had a sexual encounter just that one time and he has been carrying around all that guilt. He asks to see a birthmark but the son bursts in and things get really complicated. Things come to a head. I guess if one is willing to accept her story, we can buy this. The ending made me say, "What." Things fizzle a bit at that point and it was almost laughable.


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