Dark Skies (Episode Guide)

1.12 – The Warren Omission
aired on January 18, 1997
Directed by: Perry Lang | Written by: Brent V. Friedman, Bryce Zabel

The Attorney General convinces John to tell his story to the Warren Commission.

1.13 – White Rabbit
aired on February 1, 1997
Directed by: James A. Contner | Written by: Brent V. Friedman, Bryce Zabel

Bach’s pursuit of the wreckage of an alien ship helps start US involvement in the Vietnam War.

1.14 – Shades of Gray
aired on February 8, 1997
Directed by: Perry Lang | Written by: Brad Markowitz

John and Kim help draw an alien Gray into a Majestic trap.

1.15 – Burn, Baby, Burn
aired on March 1, 1997
Directed by: Stephen L. Posey | Written by: James D. Parriott

During the outbreak of a race riot, Kim is brought to Los Angeles to have her baby.

1.16 – Burn, Baby, Burn
aired on March 8, 1997
Directed by: James A. Contner | Written by: Melissa Rosenberg

As the aliens infiltrate the anti-Vietnam War movement, Kim must decide whether to return to the Hive.

1.17 – To Prey in Darkness
aired on March 15, 1997
Directed by: Thomas J. Wright | Written by: Brent V. Friedman, Bryce Zabel

When Majestic learns that some film that shows the aliens is missing they look for it. They eventually find the film in the possession of TV news reporter who’s hoping that it could get her into more serious work. So Loengard, Juliet, and Albano proceed to CBS and inform Majestic member William Paley of the situation. When the reporter turns up dead, they have to find it. But the hive also is there.

1.18 – Strangers in the Night
aired on May 24, 1997
Directed by: Michael Levine | Written by: Brad Markowitz

Juliet and John are sent with Major Colin Powell to investigate the collapse of the Soviet Union’s counterpart to Majestic.

1.19 – Bloodlines
aired on May 31, 1997
Directed by: Perry Lang | Written by: Brent V. Friedman, Bryce Zabel

Loengard offers to infiltrate the Hive’s mothership to gain critical intelligence data and find his son.