THE X-FILES DARKNESS FALLS
This is probably my favorite X-Files episode (First Season #20) when it really looks like Mulder and Sculder are doomed with no one out in Darkness Falls. The nice trip to the forest that Mulder promises Sculder turns into Scully's worst nightmare of blood-sucking crawling things...
Clip: "Mulder! Get them off me..."
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A playboy mystery writer (Jack Cassidy) devises an elaborate kidnapping scheme to kill his writer partner (the team's real writer) who wants to go solo as a serious writer but a widowed witness looking for romance poses a another problem.
Stars Peter Falk as Columbo with Jack Cassidy as Ken Franklin. Written by Steven Bochco. Directed by Steven Speilberg.
Because director Franco Zeffirelli noted publicly that he intended to depict Jesus Christ as a human being rather than a religious icon, his expensive made-for-TV miniseries Jesus of Nazareth fell victim to protestors long before its April 3, 1977, debut. Despite the pullout of several sponsors, Jesus of Nazareth was aired as scheduled, sweeping the ratings in the process. In avoiding the usual overproduced Hollywood approach to the Gospels, Zeffirelli offers one of the most sensitive and reverent portrayals of Jesus ever seen on film. In the title role, Robert Powell heads a huge international cast, which includes Olivia Hussey as Mary, Peter Ustinov as Herod the Great, Christopher Plummer as Herod Antipas, Michael York as John the Baptist, James Farentino as Simon Peter, Donald Pleasence as Melchior, James Earl Jones as Balthazar, Ian McShane as Judas, Anne Bancroft as Mary Magdalene, Rod Steiger as Pontius Pilate, James Mason as Joseph of Arimathea, Anthony Quinn as Caiaphas, Laurence Olivier as Nicodemus, Ernest Borgnine as the Centurion, and Claudia Cardinale as the Adulteress. Filmed in England, Tunisia, and Morocco, Jesus of Nazareth was scripted by Zeffirelli, Anthony Burgess, and Suso Cecchi D'Amico. It originally aired in two three-hour segments, telecast Palm and Easter Sunday of 1977 as part of NBC's Big Event anthology. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi
On THE EDGE OF NIGHT everything Draper Scott suspects about his wife, April, and best friend & district attorney Logan Swift, to be having an affair of the heart is true. Meanwhile, Logan’s estranged vixen wife, Raven Alexander Jamison Swift, is up to no-good as she schemes with Eliot Dorn, her lover, to take her soon-to-rich son back from Logan, and bring a law suit against Monticello Police for meddling into the will of her recently deceased mother who doesn't know that Raven's mother left all her money to grandson Jamie instead of Raven...which gives Raven a motive for murder.
Raven Alexander Jamison Swift