Jacob Clarke dies at a relatively young age. His wife eventually re-marries but his daughter Lisa, five years after his death, is abducted by aliens. Eric Crawford is out of a job and back to civilian life after the aliens recover all of the artifacts from the Roswell crash. As the years go by the various characters go about their lives but in 1991, Crawford is called back to service when the payload aboard a spacecraft vanishes. Jesse Keys' son Charlie is a successful schoolteacher but has decided that he will resist any further attempts at abducting him. Lisa meets Charlie when they are both abducted; she finds out soon after that she is pregnant. Crawford tells his now adult daughter Mary about the work he has been doing and invites her to join him.
Did You Know?
This is the first episode of the series not to feature any of the original first generation cast. See more
On February 13, 1986, Denny watches U.S. President Ronald Reagan
deliver a speech before the United Nations General Assembly in which he says that humanity would unite in the face of an alien invasion. In reality, Reagan delivered this speech on September 21, 1987. See more
Is every moment of our lives built into us before we're born? If it is, does that make us less responsible for the things we do, or is the responsibility built in, too? After you hit the ball, do you stand and wait to see if it goes out, or do you start running and let nature take its course?
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