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Season 1

  • S01E01 Dream of Doom

    • June 7, 1997
    • HBO

    A 40 year old married, but childless, professor cannot wake from his dreams. Each time he wakes up, he finds himself in another dream.

  • S01E02 Anatomy Lesson

    • June 7, 1997
    • HBO

    The son of a small town coroner has the desire to kill. A strange bearded man, however, always interferes with his plans.

  • S01E03 Boxed In

    • June 7, 1997
    • HBO

    A space pilot has spent years in an eroding fighter with a female android. He has kept his promise to be faithful to his fiance named Dulcine who is also the daughter of an Admiral. But when he finally gets to see Dulcine, he finds that the Admiral has fitted her with an electronic chastity belt.

  • S01E04 The Exile

    • June 11, 1997
    • HBO

    A scientist who kills people in his experiments is arrested and tried. When rehabilitation fails, he is sentenced to be ""exiled"".

  • S01E05 Given the Heir

    • June 18, 1997
    • HBO

    A woman re-shapes her body to perfection. She then participates in an experiment where she is sent ten years into the past where she meets a man obsessed with perfection.

  • S01E06 Planely Possible

    • June 25, 1997
    • HBO

    A grieving widow volunteers to be the subject of an experiment where he will be sent to another plane of existence where his wife may still be alive.

  • S01E07 Panic

    • July 2, 1997
    • HBO

    A number of people at a Halloween costume party try to deal with the panic caused by the Orson Wells Mercury Theater production of War of the Worlds.

  • S01E08 Snap Ending

    • July 9, 1997
    • HBO

    The mixed gender crew of a spaceship have trouble controlling their anxieties when they are sent to study a new planet.

  • S01E09 Ultimate Weapon

    • July 16, 1997
    • HBO

    Aliens from outer space assume human form in order to mate with a native earthperson.

  • S01E10 The People's Choice

    • July 23, 1997
    • HBO

    A suburban family gets caught between groups of warring robots. When one of their robots is damaged every night, a robot repairman suggests that they buy a new one: a red, white, and blue patriot.