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A book editor (A.J. Buckley) and an archeologist (Jewel Staite) hunt down a mysterious author of prophetic novels. When the writer is found dead, the editor obtains a device enabling him to see the future – an impending geological nightmare that will tear apart the planet. Doomsday Prophecy is a production of Cinetel Films.
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42:53 – Babylon 5 3.17 War Without End, Part 2 and 3.18 Walkabout
54:00 – Eureka 4.13 Glimpse
59:05 – Falling Skies 1.07 Sanctuary, Part 2
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Wendy continues the Game of Thrones bonus series with special guests spanning the map of the Seven Kingdoms and all events in season 1. In show #3, Jesse Jackson from Texas, and Christine Peruski from Michigan, discuss those left behind struggling to keep the Starks alive in Winterfell. Luckily they have their direwolves to keep their enemies at bay. Read on for the details.
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