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Seven Days Season One (1998)
Movie Review by The Gravedigger

Seven Days Season One (1998) In the pilot episode of this television time-travel series, quirky Lt. Frank Parker (Jonathan LaPaglia), who had spent the past few years in a military mental facility, volunteers for this time travel experiment. It's this octagon shaped vehicle that is blasted into orbit and then lands up to seven days in the past. He stops rogue Russians from killing the President of the US --and also prevents the death of his own son in the collateral damage. Then, in the second episode 97 percent of the human population dies from a mutation of the Ebola virus and it's up to him to go back in time and stop the guy from stealing it and releasing it at an airport. hen there's an episode in which he's split in two, into a "good" and "bad" version of himself, which is interesting, though every sci-fi show always has this kind of episode.

The last two episodes deal with the source of the technology that makes time-travel possible--and the Roswell aliens. In the first story, it seems that aliens have survived and are hiding out in an abandoned underground building....but it turns out they are just deformed humans with big heads. They were created from an alien element that was accidently released years before. The last episode has Parker finding out that the scientists have the alien bodies there at the base and one of them is alive, but in a coma. The alien wakes up and communicates telepathically that he's dying and simply wants to go home. So Parker helps him escape in the escape pod, though it's ultimately revealed that the creature's intentions aren't friendly. They decipher the writing on the spaceship and it says that these aliens were prisoners being transported to a penal colony.

SEVEN DAYS is an entertaining enough series and there's good chemistry between Parker and Olga Vukavitch (Justina Vail), the only female scientist on the project. My one question, though, is if he goes back in time seven days won't he keep on meeting himself, who is still there? None of the episodes address this.

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