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1 - First Contact (1/2) -

Original title : First Contact (1/2) -
First Aired : 06.11.1994 (USA)(NBC) - 30.03.1996 (FRANCE)(Canal Jimmy)
Director : Scott Winant
Writing credits : Michael Duggan, Carol Flint, Mark Levin From a Story by Billy Ray, Michael Duggan, Carol Flint & Mark Levin
Cast : Richard Bradford (Commander Broderick O’Neill), Beth Colt (Newscaster), Hedy Thom (Controller #1), John Verea (Controller #2), Marcia Firestein (Navigator), Brian Steele (Terrian #1), Russell Werkman (Terrian #2), David Elliot (Crew #1), Joe Bradley (Crew #2), Christopher Sutton (Crew #3)

The Story : A new planet offers hope to Devon Adair's physically impaired son and others like him. Adair ignores government orders, assembles a crew and embarks on a journey to the unblemished planet 22 light years away.

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2 - First Contact (2/2)

Original title : First Contact (2/2)
First Aired : 06.11.1994 (USA)(NBC) - 30.03.1996 (FRANCE)(Canal Jimmy)
Director : Scott Winant
Writing credits : Michael Duggan, Carol Flint, Mark Levin From a Story by Billy Ray, Michael Duggan, Carol Flint & Mark Levin
Cast : Richard Bradford (Commander Broderick O’Neill), Beth Colt (Newscaster), Hedy Thom (Controller #1), John Verea (Controller #2), Marcia Firestein (Navigator), Brian Steele (Terrian #1), Russell Werkman (Terrian #2), David Elliot (Crew #1), Joe Bradley (Crew #2), Christopher Sutton (Crew #3)

The Story : See part one

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3 - The Man Who Fell to Earth (Two)

Original title : The Man Who Fell to Earth (Two)
First Aired : 13.11.1994 (USA)(NBC) - 13.04.1996 (FRANCE)(Canal Jimmy)
Director : Felix Enriquez Alcala
Writing credits : Mark Levin
Cast : Tim Curry (Gaal), Richard Bradford (Commander Broderick O’Neill), Brian Steele (Terrian #1), Russell Werkman (Terrian #2)

The Story : As the colonists begin their journey, John Danziger is the first to observe Gaal, who joins the group with the explanation that he was an astronaut explorer lost on the planet for years.

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4 - Life Lessons

Original title : Life Lessons
First Aired : 20.11.1994 (USA)(NBC) - 20.04.1996 (FRANCE)(Canal Jimmy)
Director : Daniel Sackheim
Writing credits : Jennifer Flackett
Cast : Tim Curry (Gaal), Jeff Deist (Grendler #1), Lisa Ebyer (Grendler #2)

The Story : Gaal seeks True's friendship but reveals himself as an enemy. Gaal sees young True's lack of attention from the others and turns to her to achieve his evil goals.

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5 - Promises, Promises

Original title : Promises, Promises
First Aired : 27.11.1994 (USA)(NBC) - 27.04.1996 (FRANCE)(Canal Jimmy)
Director : Joe Napolitano
Writing credits : Carol Flint
Cast : Tim Curry (Gaal), Brian Steele (Terrian #1), Russell Werkman (Terrian #2)

The Story : Alonzo Solace has often been visited by the Terrians through his dreams. This time it is a Terrian who needs the space pilot's help.

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6 - A Memory Play

Original title : A Memory Play
First Aired : 04.12.1994 (USA)(NBC) - 04.05.1996 (FRANCE)(Canal Jimmy)
Director : Deborah Reinisch
Writing credits : Mark Levin & Jennifer Flackett
Cast : Julius Carry (Les Firestein), LaTanya Richardson (Alex Wentworth), Jeff Deist (Grendler #1)

The Story : As the pioneers who crossed the American west, the colonists of Earth 2 know they will encounter many dangers and now, memo flashbacks remind them of the Eden Advance spaceship's harrowing final moments in space.

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7 - Water

Original title : Water
First Aired : 11.12.1994 (USA)(NBC) - 18.05.1996 (FRANCE)(Canal Jimmy)
Director : Joe Napolitano
Writing credits : Carol Flint
Cast : Terry O’Quinn (Reilly), Brian Steele (Terrian #1), Russell Werkman (Terrian #2)

The Story : With the Grendlers stealing reserves, the colonists must scan for bodies of much needed water. Danziger decides to head out in search of water and Devon insists on joining him.

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8 - The Church of Morgan

Original title : The Church of Morgan
First Aired : 18.12.1994 (USA)(NBC) - 25.05.1996 (FRANCE)(Canal Jimmy)
Director : Joe Napolitano
Writing credits : Michael Duggan
Cast : Terry O’Quinn (Reilly)

The Story : The marriage of Bess and Morgan is threatened. Julia sees Uly's arm sink into the earth and senses an unknown power in him. Frightened he calls his mother, but in her presence the earth remains solid.

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9 - The Enemy Within

Original title : The Enemy Within
First Aired : 08.01.1995 (USA)(NBC) - 01.06.1996 (FRANCE)(Canal Jimmy)
Director : John Harrison
Writing credits : Eric Estrin & Michael Berlin
Cast : Terry O’Quinn (Reilly), Brian Steele (Terrian #1), John David Garfield (Jesse James), Clifford Happy (Frank James)

The Story : Julie continues to experiment with Uly's DNA on orders from Reilly, but her duplicity is discovered by True who now has to convince the rest of the colonists.

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10 - Redemption

Original title : Redemption
First Aired : 22.01.1995 (USA)(NBC) - 08.06.1996 (FRANCE)(Canal Jimmy)
Director : Joe Ann Fogle
Writing credits : Arthur Sellers
Cast : Terry O'Quinn (Reilly), Jeff Kober (Z.E.D.)

The Story : Julia has been left behind and it weighs on the minds of all the colonists as they move across the harsh terrain. Only Alonzo turns back for her.

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11 - Moon Cross

Original title : Moon Cross
First Aired : 05.02.1995 (USA)(NBC) - 15.06.1996 (FRANCE)(Canal Jimmy)
Director : Sandy Smolan
Writing credits : Carol Flint
Cast : Kelli Williams (Mary), Brian Steele (Terrian #1), Russell Werkman (Terrian #2), Laurie Ciarametaro (Mary's Mother), Kevin Wiggins (Mary's Father)

The Story : It is a chilly morning in the high desert as the group begins work. They think winter is their worst enemy but they are wrong.

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12 - Better Living Through Morganite (1)

Original title : Better Living Through Morganite (1)
First Aired : 19.02.1995 (USA)(NBC) - 22.06.1996 (FRANCE)(Canal Jimmy)
Director : Jim Charleston
Writing credits : P. K. Simonds
Cast : Brian Steele (Terrian #1), Russell Werkman (Terrian #2)

The Story : Morganite, a pulsating mineral that glows, causes a great amount of anguish for Yale and frightening problems for the others.

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13 - Better Living Through Morganite (2)

Original title : Better Living Through Morganite (2)
First Aired : 26.02.1995 (USA)(NBC) - 29.06.1996 (FRANCE)(Canal Jimmy)
Director : Frank DePalma
Writing credits : P. K. Simonds
Cast : Kelli Williams (Mary), Brian Steele (Terrian #1), Russell Werkman (Terrian #2), David Elliot (Soldier), Leslie Cook (Woman), Patrick Henry Finnegan (Newscaster)

The Story : At the biosphere, the petrifying geo-lock came within 100 meters of the camp. The colonists need the reversing code. Morgan attempts to reverse geo-lock before all is lost.

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14 - Grendlers in the Myst

Original title : Grendlers in the Myst
First Aired : 05.03.1995 (USA)(NBC) - 06.07.1996 (FRANCE)(Canal Jimmy)
Director : Janet Davidson
Writing credits : Heather MacGillvray & Linda Mathious
Cast : Tim Ransom (Whalen), Francia Di Mase (Dell Curry), Jeff Deist (Grendler #1)

The Story : Seeking warm clothing, Danziger and other are tracking a fast-moving scavenger Grendler in wintry terrain when they come upon a fur-covered figure. The fleeing man wears a strange steel mask.

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15 - The Greatest Love Story Never Told

Original title : The Greatest Love Story Never Told
First Aired : 12.03.1995 (USA)(NBC) - 13.07.1996 (FRANCE)(Canal Jimmy)
Director : James Frawley
Writing credits : Mark Levin & Jennifer Flackett
Cast : Patrick Bauchau (Sheppard), Lilyan Chauvin (Katrina), Andrew J. Ferchland (Ragamuffin), Roy Dotrice (The Elder), Brian Steele (Terrian #1), Russell Werkman (Terrian #2), Ivan Schwarz (Ivan), Dain Turner (Larken)

The Story : Miles from nowhere, Danziger crosses the frozen tundra looking for food, severely unprotected from the harsh weather. Suddenly, a mysterious hooded figure appears.

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16 - Brave New Pacifica

Original title : Brave New Pacifica
First Aired : 26.03.1995 (USA)(NBC) - 20.07.1996 (FRANCE)(Canal Jimmy)
Director : Joe Napolitano
Writing credits : Carol Flint
Cast : Jeff Deist (Grendler #1), Lisa Ebeyer (Grendler #2)

The Story : Inside a cave two eager Grendlers interact as they rummage through an insulated box marked "Eden Project." Brushing away spider webs, they see the words "Human Blood" printed on the side.

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17 - After the Thaw

Original title : After the Thaw
First Aired : 02.04.1995 (USA)(NBC) - 03.08.1996 (FRANCE)(Canal Jimmy)
Director : Michael Grossman
Writing credits : Theo Cohan
Cast : Roy Dotrice (The Elder), Andrew J. Ferchland (Ragamuffin), Jeff Deist (Grendler #1), Lisa Ebeyer (Grendler #2)

The Story : Danziger, Julia and Walman discover and excavate a Terrian corpse frozen in ice and completely preserved. That night, both Alonzo and Morgan are confronted in their dreams by the unfrozen, half-decaying, but very much alive Terrian.

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18 - The Boy Who Would Be Terrian King

Original title : The Boy Who Would Be Terrian King
First Aired : 23.04.1995 (USA)(NBC) - 27.07.1996 (FRANCE)(Canal Jimmy)
Director : Jim Charleston
Writing credits : Heather MacGillvray & Linda Mathious
Cast : Michael Reilly Burke (Future Uly), Nicholas Sadler (Max), Kathy Molter (Future True), Brian Steele (Terrian #1), Russell Werkman (Terrian #2), Tierre Turner (Prison Guard), Mike McCoy (Main Guard), Karen Whittle (Security Guard)

The Story : The present and future are mixed as Devon tries to save Uly's life. It is the future and we are in Expansionist Territory. A man and a rebel Terrian tie off explosives lowered into a generator.

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19 - Survival of the Fittest

Original title : Survival of the Fittest
First Aired : 23.04.1995 (USA)(NBC) - 17.08.1996 (FRANCE)(Canal Jimmy)
Director : John Harrison
Writing credits : John Harrison
Cast : Terry O'Quinn (Reilly), Jeff Deist (Grendler #1)

The Story : Danziger surveys an endless, forbidding vista as he returns to the dunerail where Julia, Morgan and Alonzo are waiting. There has been a serious direction error but he wants to go on in spite of Devon and Yale's warnings.

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20 - All About Eve

Original title : All About Eve
First Aired : 21.05.1995 (USA)(NBC) - 24.08.1996 (FRANCE)(Canal Jimmy)
Director : John Harrison
Writing credits : Robert Crais
Cast : Terry O'Quinn (Reilly), Christopher Neame (Dr. Franklin Bennett), Margaret Gibson (Elizabeth), Hedy Thom (Eve), Erin Murphy (Eben Synge)

The Story : The colonists come upon a crashed Earth re-entry research module. The open the hatch of the 100-year-old craft and find there is still nuclear power.

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21 - Natural Born Grendlers

Original title : Natural Born Grendlers
First Aired : 28.05.1995 (USA)(NBC) - 11.05.1996 (FRANCE)(Canal Jimmy)
Director : Michael Grossman
Writing credits : Jennifer Flackett & P. K. Simonds From a Story by Carl Cramer & David Solmonson
Cast : Amy Hathaway (Young Lydia), Louise Latham (Old Lydia)

The Story : Alonzo in Dreamscape steps from Julia's tent to an open cliff with a huge circular landing pad. A Terrian pulls him back, and Alonzo awakes in the tent, his leg still injured. Devon talks to Yale about their dwindling food rations while Morgan enjoys a five course meal, courtesy of virtual reality.

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22 - Flower Child

Original title : Flower Child
First Aired : 04.06.1995 (USA)(NBC) - 10 .08.1996 (FRANCE)(Canal Jimmy)
Director : Jim Charleston
Writing credits : Carl Cramer
Cast : Jeff Deist (Grendler #1)

The Story : Scouting in all directions, Danziger, Bess and Morgan come upon colorful flower buds which burst open throwing a golden powder in their faces. The flower pollen carries a sickness that causes them to emit a golden vapor.

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