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The Invaders S2 EP18 Counter-Attack

This is a very pertinent episode. It shows the invader can be defeated. They are NOT completely dominant over us. Technology can be adapted to crash their ships. Maybe it was in the past. There were 74 Roswell type crashes since 1897. There was a man named Tesla who developed a death ray. He also devised a weapon that could destroy thousands of craft in flight. I surmise we have been at war with the 'aliens' for some time. We have just not understood our heroes from the past, and the roles they played. Of course, the aliens loaded certain craft with bait, technology, to apply a Trojan Horse option. We took the bait. 

As an aside, you see Dr. Kramer breaking all the protocols regarding secrecy. This is the most common mistake patriots and activists make. They hang all their laundry on the clothes line for all to see. They think no one is observing them. That is the greatest mistake you can make. They are watching always. Then when they strike it is because you gave away your position. They are predators. You are the prey. Think like one. Loose lips sink ships as they said in the navy. 

Furthermore, you see how they recruit and control people with offers to suit all your deepest desires primarily power, money and sex. The seductress played a small role, but she was there. Think Epstein isn't working for the power to lure people into the trap, think again. 

The first Roswell was in 1897. Who do you think figured out the technology?


The Invaders is an American science fiction television program created by Larry Cohen that aired on ABC for two seasons, from January 10, 1967 to March 26, 1968. Dominic Frontiere, who had provided scores for Twelve O'Clock High and The Outer Limits, provided scores for The Invaders as well.

The series was a Quinn Martin Production (Season One was produced in association with the ABC Television Network - or as it was listed in the end credits, "The American Broadcasting Company Television Network").

Roy Thinnes stars as architect David Vincent, who accidentally learns of a secret alien invasion already underway and thereafter travels from place to place attempting to foil the aliens' plots and warn a skeptical populace of the danger. As the series progresses Vincent is able to convince a small number of people to help him fight the aliens.

35 18 "Counter-Attack" Robert Douglas Laurence Heath January 9, 1968

David Vincent is working with a Dr. Kramer in order to advance the fight against the aliens by jamming their saucer's signals. As they are leaving Kramer's building at night they are attacked by two aliens. Vincent manages to overpower the aliens who are both killed in the scuffle, but Dr. Kramer is also killed. Kramer's briefcase with important material is taken by David just as the building's security guard arrives, whereupon Vincent tells the guard to call for an ambulance. Vincent keeps one of the alien's guns. David is picked up by Edgar Scoville (Kent Smith) who learns of his friend Kramer's death. Scoville takes Vincent to a meeting of the believers where he is introduced to Colonel Archie Harmon (Lin McCarthy) a friend of Scoville's, but an alien skeptic and not a part of the group. At the meeting Scoville hands over the briefcase material to his chief engineer and group member Jim Bryce (John Milford) with instructions to advance the material now that Kramer has died. Scoville's niece Joan (Ahna Capri) is another member of the group.

Meanwhile detectives under lieutenant Connors (Ken Lynch) have arrived on the scene of Kramer's death and when they catch up with David decide to hold him for questioning. They baldly accuse Vincent of killing Kramer and taking his briefcase. They also find the alien's plasma pistol in David's car. The aliens under Lucien (Donald Davis), however, are closely monitoring Vincent even at the police station. Joan visits David at the station and tells Vincent that Scoville is still upset over Kramer's death and that he is reluctant to help Vincent. When an unknown lawyer has David released, Vincent finds that he has been fired from a building project owing to the bad publicity surrounding the Kramer accusation. He goes to a bar to drown his sorrows where he is befriended by Louise (Pamela Curran). She is an alien and who swaps out his cigarette case for one with a listening device. David, however, isn't as looped as he looks and realizes what she has done. After pretending to be all washed-up, Vincent lets himself be taken by Lucien.

David convinces the aliens that he will play their game and give them transmitter details, in return for status and money. The aliens only partly believe Vincent, so they take Joan as extra insurance. Scoville is also playing along with the charade and informs this to Colonel Harmon, during a visit to where Scoville intends broadcasting his anti-saucer transmissions. Meanwhile, Scoville and Bryce manage to cause a saucer to crash into the ocean, and this elicits a bit of concern among the invaders. Vincent then leads Lucien and his aide to the transmission station where they let themselves in. But Scoville has set a trap and captures the aliens. Colonel Harmon is now convinced and calls Washington knowing that he has the evidence of the two aliens. However, the aliens vaporize themselves before they can be examined. Their auto-immolation is captured on tape. Vincent is acquitted on the murder charge and Harmon promises more support.

Posted by George Freund on July 27, 2019 at 8:05 AM 126 Views