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| Production 47302|
Original Airdate: 29 January 1978
Tom Connors III
Ken Swofford as Dan Kelly
David Sheiner as Arnold Blake
Than Wyenn as Ambassador Mahmoud
Robert Lussier as Bates
Marlena Giovi as Sgt. Warren
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"Return of Deathprobe"
"Death Probe (Part II)"
"Doomsday, and Counting"
When all physical assaults fail against the new Venus probe, Steve succeeds in tricking it into falling into a pit. However, when it starts drilling towards a city, Steve has a bigger problem than before.
Oscar Goldman: "What have you got, Rudy?"
Rudy Wells: "I've scrounged enough of the same alloy to make a battering ram. It'll be just as tough as the skin on that Probe. Unless I miss my guess we'll have greater power on our side."
Oscar:"Now, we'll see what happens when an irresistible force meets an immovable object."
Steve: Oscar, let's get some digging equipment over here to this old excavation site.
Oscar: To do what?
Steve: Widen it, set it up like an elephant trap. You put the probe in here.
Oscar: Ok, but what good does it do?
Steve: Rudy found the alloy of the probe weakened in a hydrochloric acid bath. If I can get it into that pit it gets a bath.
Steve: Well, I'm not really superstitious. [Crosses his fingers]
Oscar: Superstitious? You're superstitious? After all these years I find out that you're superstitious?! How could you claim to such a primitive notion? [Shakes his head, walks away with his fingers crossed also]
- Due to a time slot change for the series, the next episode aired the following evening.