The Outer Limits (1995–2002)
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Something About Harry 

Nancy Henninger's teenage son Zak is suspicious of the man who rents out her backyard apartment and claims to be opening a new factory for his company. Then people begin to disappear from town.

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Grant Rosenberg
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Judd Nelson ... Harry Longworth
Garry Chalk ... Detective Frank Dayton
Barbara Tyson ... Nancy Henniger
Shaun Johnston ... Parker
Kaj-Erik Eriksen ... Josh Dayton
Larry Musser ... Detective Pete Button
Joseph Gordon-Levitt ... Zach Henniger
R. Nelson Brown ... Bum
David Abbott ... Herbert Lowry
Reg Tupper ... Walt Coghlan
Erica Carroll ... Elizabeth Andrews
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Nancy Henninger's teenage son Zak is suspicious of the man who rents out her backyard apartment and claims to be opening a new factory for his company. Then people begin to disappear from town.

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4 August 2000 (Canada) See more »

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Who's Who?
4 October 2014 | by HitchcocSee all my reviews

We are led on a merry chase again. This is very similar to "Men in Black" as we say, "Alien, alien, who's got the alien. A teenager suspects that the guy his mother is renting to is a bad guy. We are made privy to his "evil" as we watch him scan a victim and reduce him to a puddle of green goo. So what we have now is a series of events where we are carried on the back of the kid as he investigates what is going on. His mom is a single mother who is trying to make ends meet. His father has been killed in a car accident so he acquiesces to his mother's wishes. Unfortunately, evidence keeps piling up. Of course, like any self-respecting teenagers wishes (going back to Steve McQueen in "The Blob) is seen as the product of an over-active imagination. Dramatic irony steps in. The problem comes when we are given few clues to the realities of the episode. Red herrings abound. Whom do you trust? The plot, as usual, would have worked well as a Goosebumps book. One should not go back and review the events because it would be a tenuous set of circumstances. About average for the series.


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