The Outer Limits (1995–2002)
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Major Jason Mercer awakes from a cryogenics experiment to a primitive Earth society devoid of men. His presence among these women, many of whom have never seen a man, begins to complicate ... See full summary »

Director:

Helen Shaver

Writer:

Sam Egan
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Episode complete credited cast:
David Keith ... Major Mercer
Claire Rankin ... Ariel
Nadia Capone Nadia Capone ... Miranda
Kirsten Alter ... Pelé (as Kirsten Williamson)
Camille Mitchell ... Leader of Hyacinth
Julie Harris ... Hera
Katie Stuart ... Phoebe
Karin Konoval ... Sarah
Beverley Elliott ... Celeste
Jenny-Lynn Hutcheson ... Nomi
Julie Bond Julie Bond ... Pontella
Michelle Hart Michelle Hart ... Enya
Nadia-Leigh Nascimento ... Elysse (as Nadia Leigh Nascimento)
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Major Jason Mercer awakes from a cryogenics experiment to a primitive Earth society devoid of men. His presence among these women, many of whom have never seen a man, begins to complicate the relationships of the colony, with disastrous results. Written by Anonymous

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TV-PG
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Language:

English

Release Date:

3 July 1998 (USA) See more »

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Stereo

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Color

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1.33 : 1
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Katie Stuart (Phoebe) also played Cassandra in Stargate SG-1: In the Line of Duty (1998), which likewise aired on Showtime on July 3, 1998. See more »

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The character was spelled "Ariel "in the credits but "Arial" at the memorial ceremony. See more »

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Blatant misandry and reinforcement of anti-male stereotypes
27 May 2016 | by jd_consult1See all my reviews

This retread of one of television's finest science fiction series has managed to reach a new low in promoting fringe gender-based ideologies. The message it sends is clear: Males are the source of all evil and violence in the world and females are victims.

The story line, no doubt the apparent byproduct of someone's wasted college degree in a Woman Studies, centers around a male retrieved from suspended animation to find himself in a world of females. It's the stereotypical "dream come true" for the man. The writers manage to explore nearly every gender-based stereotype in their quest to portray males as the source of all evil in the world.

If this mean-spirited feminist yarn is the best that harping, retromingent vigilante writers of Hollywierd has to offer then the television industry is in serious trouble.


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