On a day like any other, all of Earth is shocked with the arrival of large alien spacecraft that appear over major cities. The aliens themselves appear benign, offering to exchange their advanced technologies in return for replenishing their supplies. The aliens' spokesperson, Anna, is downright charming eventually focusing on news reporter Chad Decker as a means of seducing Earth's population. Earthlings are soon divided into two camps: those who welcome the Visitors with open arms and those, like Father Jack Landry, who see them as a threat. For FBI Agent Erica Evans, it's work as usual but as a single parent, she is concerned with her son Tyler's apparent obsession with the new arrivals. She also learns that the terrorist cell she has been investigating may have been made up of Visitors.
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When Erica calls Tyler, he answers it on his iPhone (which is recognizable right there by its trademarked "slide to answer" an other unique details, and is shown in other episodes too), and when he holds it to his ear as he speaks, the screen remains on. In reality, the iPhone's built-in proximity sensor turns off the screen during a call when it's held to the ear to prevent accidental inputs from the face to the touch screen. His iPhone that has been shown in all three episodes so far is real, it's just that call is fake. See more
Tyler? Did you feel that?
References Independence Day
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