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23 - The Second Wave

Original title : The Second Wave
First Aired : 02.10.1989 (USA)
Director : Francis Delia
Writing credits : Michael Michaelian, Jonathan Glassner
Cast : Catherine Disher (Mana), Denis Forest (Malzor), Rachel Blanchard (Debi McCullough) , Philip Akin (Norton Drake), Julian Richings (Alien Scientist), Sonya Delwaide (Female Newcomer), James Kirchner (Alien Guard), Aaron Ross Fraser (Plato), Greg Kramer (Addict 1), Michael Woods (Guard), Marion Bennett (Young Hooker), Richard Zeppieri (Tough Kid), Paul Eves (Marine 1), Richard Chaves (Lt. Col. Paul Ironhorse)

The Story : Almost Tomorrow The world is now a mess. As the environment with its predictable weather patterns and the economy in dire straits, anarchy is now loose and the world as we knew it is less optimistic. It's been months with no alien activity and the military backing for the Blackwood Project is weakened as the government seems to be in turmoil as well. As if things weren't bad enough, a new group of aliens, the Morthren, have arrived. They have used a process of transmutation to take on human form to protect themselves from Earth's bacteria so the need for hosting bodies and radiation is no more. Under the rule of Malzor, they are instructed by the Eternal Spirit of Morthrai to kill off the "soldiers" who came before and failed to appropriate the planet. Continuing in their mission, they try to snare a member of the Blackwood Team for cloning purposes which will obtain all memories of the original, but totally loyal to the Morthren cause. With this clone, it can more easily infiltrate the Cottage and destroy the team and everything involving their work on the aliens.

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24 - No Direction Home

Original title : No Direction Home
First Aired : 09.10.1989 (USA)
Director : Mark Sobel
Writing credits : Nolan Powers
Cast : Denis Forest (Malzor), Catherine Disher (Mana), Rachel Blanchard (Debi McCullough), Julian Richings (Ardix) , Angelo Rizacos (Father Tim), Peter Blais (Ralph), Denise Fergusson (Lady at mission), Kevin Rushton (Ex-biker)

The Story : While the Blackwood team picks up the pieces and tries to find a new home, the Morthren, too, have to find a new location as they are aware that the humans have been there once and might return. When Harrison and Kincaid go back to the empty base, they find an engram for the aliens' cloning devices that can transport memories and images from the subject to its copy. Meanwhile, Mana and Ardix have cloned a reverend so that he can spread the word of the one true God - the Eternal.

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25 - Doomsday

Original title : Doomsday
First Aired : 16.10.1989 (USA)
Director : Timothy Bond
Writing credits : Tony DiFranco
Cast : Denis Forest (Malzor), Catherine Disher (Mana), Rachel Blanchard (Debi McCullough), Julian Richings (Ardix) , Kurt Reis (Reverend Thomas Solter), Diana Reis (Grace Solter), Nathaniel Moreau (Steven Solter), Patricia Phillips (Bayda), Stephen Black (Gates), Donnie Bowes (Jones), Vince Guerriero (Barrows), Frank Blanch (Desperate Man), Gerry Pearson (Parishioner)

The Story : A heat wave, followed by a water shortage, drives everyone to the brink of desperation. When a local church font begins to produce an apparently unlimited supply of water, the team is suspicious. Is it a miracle, or something much darker?

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26 - Terminal Rock

Original title : Terminal Rock
First Aired : 23.10.1989 (USA)
Director : Gabriel Pelletier
Writing credits : John Groves
Cast : Denis Forest (Malzor), Catherine Disher (Mana), Rachel Blanchard (Debi McCullough), Julian Richings (Ardix) , Shannon Lawson (Rosa), Jaimz Woolvett (Larry), Paul Bettis (Sol/Dennis Lawson), Lawrence King (Mr. Ripper), Dylan Neal (Scavenger #1)

The Story : Rock and roll ruins young minds...especially when the aliens are involved. Loner Kincaid and newly-adolescent Debi experience growing pains while the team tries to deal with a new, dangerous kind of music.

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27 - Breeding Ground

Original title : Breeding Ground
First Aired : 30.10.1989 (USA)
Director : Armand Mastroianni
Writing credits : Alan Moskowitz
Cast : Denis Forest (Malzor), Catherine Disher (Mana), Rachel Blanchard (Debi McCullough), Julian Richings (Ardix) , Helen Hughes (Kate Barrows), Gerard Parkes (Dr. Emil Gestaine), Patricia Phillips (Bayda), John Knapp (Eddie), John Dee (Mailman), Elizabeth Leslie (Nurse), Sandra Caldwell (5th Floor Nurse)

The Story : While at the hospital looking for some hard-to-find medicine, Harrison comes across gruesome evidence that the aliens are experimenting on humans. Meanwhile, Malzor and Mana try to find a way to increase their Morthren numbers here on Earth.

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28 - Seft of Emun

Original title : Seft of Emun
First Aired : 06.11.1989 (USA)
Director : William Fruet
Writing credits : J.K.E. Rose
Cast : Denis Forest (Malzor), Catherine Disher (Mana), Rachel Blanchard (Debi McCullough), Julian Richings (Ardix) , Laura Press (Seft), Victoria Snow (Blade), Illya Woloshyn (Torri)

The Story : When the Morthren run low on power, they are forced to bring Seft, the High Priestess of Emun, out of stasis. While Seft is searching for the materials she will need to create power crystals for her captors she meets Harrison. Will the link forged between them be enough to save Seft and her son, or is she doomed to forever serve the evil Morthren?

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29 - Loving the Alien

Original title : Loving the Alien
First Aired : 13.11.1989 (USA)
Director : Otta Hanus
Writing credits : Janet MacLean
Cast : Denis Forest (Malzor), Catherine Disher (Mana), Rachel Blanchard (Debi McCullough), Julian Richings (Ardix) , Eugene Robert Glazer (Marcus Crane (Credited as Eugene Glazer)), Keram Malicki-Sanchez (Ceeto), Mia Kirshner (Jo Crane), Elliot Smith (Dix), Cal Wilson (Cappy), Louis Tucci (Packrat), Larry McLean (Mercenary)

The Story : Suzanne helps her friend Marcus search for his missing daughter, unaware that the girl has been captured by the aliens. Meanwhile, Debi runs away in search of someone who understands her. She finds that person in a pale, strange boy named Ceeto.

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30 - Night Moves

Original title : Night Moves
First Aired : 20.11.1989 (USA)
Director : Mark Sobel
Writing credits : Lorne Rossman
Cast : Julian Richings (Ardix), Denis Forest (Malzor), Catherine Disher (Mana), Rachel Blanchard (Debi McCullough) , Ken Pogue (John), Sally Chamberlin (Rebecca), Wayne Best (Paul Fox), Meg Hogarth (Shirley), Dale Wilson (Roy), Belinda Metz (Scoggs), Leonard Chow (Farmer), John Thallon (Guard), Ted Ludzik (Morthren Worker)

The Story : The harsh life in the city, coupled with a food shortage, lead Suzanne to take Debi out to the country to live with Suzanne's estranged mother. The aliens are also having food shortages, however, and have their own plans for the family homestead.

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31 - Synthetic Love

Original title : Synthetic Love
First Aired : 15.01.1990 (USA)
Director : Francis Delia
Writing credits : Nancy Miller
Cast : Denis Forest (Malzor), Catherine Disher (Mana) , Vlasta Vrana (Jonathan Laporte), Sam Malkin (Pollito), Kathryn Rose (Rene Laporte), Richard Sali (Aide), Patricia Phillips (Bayda), Andrew Scorer (Lunatic), Ellen Horst (Nurse), Dean Richards (Drug Dealer), Gigi De Leon (Young Woman), R.D. Reid (Druggist), Elizabeth Beeler (Scientist), Réal Andrews (Man in Bar)

The Story : Kincaid runs into an old friend named Johnny, only to discover that his friend is dangerously addicted to drugs. Kincaid takes him to one of the well-known Laporte Rehabilitation Centers, which has just started using a new miracle drug called Krebulax. But something strange is going on at the clinic, and there's something even stranger about the man supplying the drug...a Mister Malcolm.

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32 - The Defector

Original title : The Defector
First Aired : 22.01.1990 (USA)
Director : Armand Mastroianni
Writing credits : Judith Berg, Sandra Berg
Cast : Julian Richings (Ardix), Denis Forest (Malzor), Catherine Disher (Mana), Rachel Blanchard (Debi McCullough) , Charles McCaughan (Kemo), Belinda Metz (Scoggs), Andrew Scorer (Lunatic), Charles Kerr (Ace), Alan Feiman (Lonelyheart), Paul Coeur (Roller)

The Story : When an attempt to hack into the humans' computers goes awry, a Morthren technician (Kemo) is scarred both physically and mentally by the experience. Facing execution, he flees and takes over the identity of the human hacker he killed.

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33 - Time to Reap

Original title : Time to Reap
First Aired : 29.01.1990 (USA)
Director : Joseph Scanlan
Writing credits : Jim Trombetta
Cast : Julian Richings (Ardix), Denis Forest (Malzor), Catherine Disher (Mana), Rachel Blanchard (Debi McCullough) , George R. Robertson (General Mann), Paula Barrett-Barbier (Miranda), Amos Crawley (Young Harrison), Martha Irving (Sylvia), Ellen Horst (Nurse), Seirge LeBlanc (Tommy), Brian Furlong (Aide), Alan Argue (Reporter 1), Lorne Pardy (Reporter 2), Gerry Quigley (Cab Driver)

The Story : The Eternal instructs Malzor on how he can go back in time to 1953 in the aftermath of the failed invasion to ensure victory by inoculating his brethren from Earth's bacteria in order to change the course of history in the favour of the Morthren race. However, Blackwood and Kincaid have followed him through the same time tunnel to stop him from succeeding in giving the aliens a huge advantage in their conquest.

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34 - The Pied Piper

Original title : The Pied Piper
First Aired : 05.02.1990 (USA)
Director : Allan Eastman
Writing credits : Nancy Miller
Cast : Denis Forest (Malzor), Catherine Disher (Mana), Michael Copeman (Man) , Joel Carlson (Adam), Ron Lea (Paul Daniels), Lisa Jakub (Julie), Tania Jacobs (Miss Gholston), Domenic Cuzzocrea (Bill), Marc Marut (Patrick), Nadine MacKinnon (Mrs. Daniels)

The Story : The first-born Morthren on Earth is now grown to the age of a nine-year-old. The aliens use both his need for emotional comfort and their need for gentic information in one play as they leave him at the Crecne Experimental School where he will bring back files for the Morthren's use.

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35 - The Deadliest Disease

Original title : The Deadliest Disease
First Aired : 12.02.1990 (USA)
Director : William Fruet
Writing credits : Carl Binder
Cast : Denis Forest (Malzor), Catherine Disher (Mana) , James Purcell (Brock), Joon B. Kim (Bing), Elias Zarou (Abraham), Alex Karzis (Gerry), Aki Aleong (Tao), John Evans (West), Gene Mack (Wiley), Denis Akiyama (Chin), Robert Lee (Vendor), Matt Birman (Theif)

The Story : Warring factions (including the Blackwood team and the Morthren) fight over a med cell that could save countless lives--including that of a dying Mana.

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36 - Path of Lies

Original title : Path of Lies
First Aired : 19.02.1990 (USA)
Director : Allan Eastman
Writing credits : Rick Schwartz, Nancy Miller
Cast : Julian Richings (Ardix), Denis Forest (Malzor), Catherine Disher (Mana) , Maurice Evans (Samuels), Martin Doyle (Rob Nunn), Nadia Capone (Maureen), Ken Quinn (Salo), David Ferry (Marc Traynor), Bernard Behrens (Ed Jennings), Barbara Gordon (Mrs. Bebe Gardner)

The Story : While Ardix bargins with a dying millionare's life for access to a communication's satellite, the aliens are trying to kill nosey reporter Marc Traynor. During an assassination attempt, the reporter snaps images of dead alien bodies. To make matters worse, Kincaid and Blackwood are seen killing them. If published, their identities will be revealed and easier for the aliens.

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37 - Candle in the Night

Original title : Candle in the Night
First Aired : 09.04.1990 (USA)
Director : Armand Mastroianni
Writing credits : Carl Binder
Cast : Denis Forest (Malzor), Catherine Disher (Mana), Rachel Blanchard (Debi McCullough), Julian Richings (Ardix) , Nigel Tan (Second Baseman), Paul Mastroianni (Pitcher), Rob McInally (Zeel), Jayne Eastwood (Grace), Sam Moses (Sal), Nicolas Van Burek (Joe), Krista Houston (Lisa), Marlow Vella (Ralph), Sandy Webster (Gunther), Noam Zylberman (Nate), Gema Zamprogna (Sam Fisher)

The Story : While the aliens try to recover a malfunctioning surveillance device, the team plots a surprise birthday party for Debi.

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38 - Video Messiah

Original title : Video Messiah
First Aired : 16.04.1990 (USA)
Director : Gabriel Pelletier
Writing credits : Norman Snider
Cast : Denis Forest (Malzor), Catherine Disher (Mana), Rachel Blanchard (Debi McCullough) , Roy Thinnes (Van Order), Lori Hallier (Mindy Cooper), Alex Carter (Clark), Larry Joshua (Hardy Galt), Keith Knight (Bob), Angela Dohrmann (Jane), Michael Caruana (Kurt), Denise McLeod (Sara), Suzanne Coy (Staff Member), Randy Butcher (Thief)

The Story : The aliens use subliminal messages and a clone of a popular motivational speaker to control the minds of the rich and powerful. Kincaid and the rest of the team get involed when an old friend of Kincaid's is drawn into the lethal scheme.

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39 - Totally Real

Original title : Totally Real
First Aired : 23.04.1990 (USA)
Director : William Fruet
Writing credits : James Trombetta
Cast : Denis Forest (Malzor), Catherine Disher (Mana), Rachel Blanchard (Debi McCullough), Julian Richings (Ardix) , Colm Feore (Nikita), Trevor Cameron Smith (David Nash), Belinda Metz (Scoggs), Michael Woods (Sendac), John Tench (Gambler 1), Elena Kudaba (Gambler 2), Anthony Audian (Hood), Peter Szkoda (Stoner)

The Story : Debi is forced to fight an alien warrior in a duel to the death.

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40 - Max

Original title : Max
First Aired : 30.04.1990 (USA)
Director : Jorge Montesi
Writing credits : Naomi Janzen
Cast : Denis Forest (Malzor), Catherine Disher (Mana), Rachel Blanchard (Debi McCullough) , Michael Welden (Max), Chuck Shamata (Bradley), Belinda Metz (Scoggs), Jill Hennessy (Scott), Michael Ray Rhodes (Zak), Marcus Parlio (Desk Clerk), Barclay Hope (MP), Jorge Montesi (Gomes)

The Story : A year after his brother's death, Kincaid discovers that the aliens have brought Max back to life to kill him.

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41 - The True Believer

Original title : The True Believer
First Aired : 07.05.1990 (USA)
Director : Armand Mastroianni
Writing credits : Jim Henshaw
Cast : Denis Forest (Malzor), Catherine Disher (Mana), Rachel Blanchard (Debi McCullough) , Michael Hogan (Nash), Timothy Webber (Thresher), Vincent Dale (Hook), Leslie Toth (Guard), Sandi Stahlbrand (Newscaster), Jon Andersen (Dutch (uncredited)), Matt Birman (Alien Cop #1 (uncredited)), D. McLean (St. Hunter #1 (uncredited)), J.J. Nakaro (St. Hunter #2 (uncredited)), Marco Bianco (St. Alien #1 (uncredited)), Denis Christensen (St. Alien #2 (uncredited)), Ken Quinn (St. Alien #3 (uncredited)), T.J. Scott (St. Alien #4 (uncredited)), Shane Cardwell (St. Alien #5 (uncredited)), Ted Hanlan (St. Alien #6 (uncredited))

The Story : In desperate straits, the aliens gain a piece of valuable information: the identities of Harrison, Suzanne, and Kincaid. Soon the team has been accused of bank robbery and murder, and Malzor has taken over the police investigation.

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42 - The Obelisk

Original title : The Obelisk
First Aired : 14.05.1990 (USA)
Director : William Fruet
Writing credits : Rick Schwartz, Nancy Miller
Cast : Julian Richings (Ardix), Denis Forest (Malzor), Catherine Disher (Mana), Rachel Blanchard (Debi McCullough) , John Gilbert (Tallick), Keram Malicki-Sanchez (Ceeto), Cynthia Dale (Tila), Patricia Phillips (Bayda)

The Story : Continuing Morthren losses force a maddened Malzor to take a drastic step: the release of a spore which will cause the death of every native organism on Earth.

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