Written by Wina Sturgeon
Directed by Dennis Steinmetz
Original airdate: November
The Marshalls meet a Sleestak who was born with
the knowledge of the Altrusians.
Read the complete story summary by Nels Olsen
Holly reminisces that, back on
Earth, she has a horse named Comanche. As revealed in the
commentary for this episode, that was the name of Kathy
Coleman's real horse at the time.
When Rick is thrown into the pit, you can see that his leg
bounces up again through the mist. The same is true when a
Sleestak falls in later. Obviously there was a
mattress hidden in the mist to break the actors' falls.
The Sleestak god reminds me of a demonic elder god from H.P.
Lovecraft's Cthulu mythos.
S'latch says that many humans have come to the Land; as to their
fate, some disappear, some die.
The Sleestak name for Big Alice is Salima, meaning "protector".
They consider her the guardian of their eggs.
Part of the scene of Holly throwing the stick for Dopey is
recycled from "Dopey"; Holly looks up at the cave and smiles
even though she is alone at High Bluff this morning.
At 18:57 on the DVD, it appears that Spencer Milligan says
something that has been dubbed over with background sound
effects. It's right before he says "We're at at the bottom of
S'latch says that he was born with the knowledge of the universe
but for some reason the operation of the pylons and the matrix
are not part of that knowledge. Why would that be?
Notes from the audio commentary by Wesley Eure and Kathy Coleman
Comanche was the name of Kathy Coleman's real horse.
Wesley Eure reveals that he still has the backpacks and 2 maps
used as props on the show.
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