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Workaholic Dr. Jeremy Stone has to initialize the top-secret national emergency plan he devices in a facility also planned by him when a mysterious, viciously rapid disease strikes a Utah ... See full summary »

Director:

Mikael Salomon

Writers:

Michael Crichton (novel) (as J. Michael Crichton), Robert Schenkkan (teleplay)
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Benjamin Bratt ... Dr. Jeremy Stone
Eric McCormack ... Jack Nash
Christa Miller ... Dr. Angela Noyce
Daniel Dae Kim ... Dr. Tsi Chou
Viola Davis ... Dr. Charlene Barton
Louis Ferreira ... Colonel James C. Ferrus (as Justin Louis)
Barry Flatman ... Charles 'Chuck' Beeter
Ted Whittall ... President William J. Scott
Ted Atherton ... Edward 'Ed' Dewitt
Tom McBeath ... Kyle Tobler
Ricky Schroder ... Major Bill Keane MD
Andre Braugher ... General George W. Mancheck
Jesse Moss ... Jeff Megan
Magda Apanowicz ... Suzie Travis
Kurt Max Runte ... Sherriff Martin Willis
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Storyline

Workaholic Dr. Jeremy Stone has to initialize the top-secret national emergency plan he devices in a facility also planned by him when a mysterious, viciously rapid disease strikes a Utah backwater, actually after a small meteorite strike. His small team of scientists and specialized military doesn't realize one of them is in league with the infamous general George W. Mancheck, whose top-secret project is somehow entangled with the plague. Written by KGF Vissers

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TV-14 | See all certifications »
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Release Date:

26 May 2008 (USA) See more »

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Bauman Entertainment See more »
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When the kids observe the satellite crashing, it passes them at a nearly horizontal plane of flight, and still showing a "rooster-tail" of flame. No man made object short a ball of pure iron would survive re-entry into the atmosphere at such a low angle of reentry and still be a recognizable mass on landing. The teens then load the satellite onto their pickup and cover it with some kind of plastic bad or tarp, yet when the recovery team finally encounters the crash site, it is still smoldering hot. How did the teens pick up this "molten hot" satellite, and why didn't the plastic of tarp meld and or burn from the heat. See more »

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