"Timeless" is the ninth episode of the supernatural drama television series Night Stalker. It was directed by Jim Hayman with a script written by William Schmidt. It was originally slated to air on ABC on Thursday, March 10th, 2006 at 9:00 pm. It eventually aired on September 22nd, 2006 on the Sci-Fi Channel.
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- This episode is rated TV-PG.
- This episode did not originally air as part of its first-run ABC line-up. The series had been cancelled and the finale was bumped. It eventually aired on the Sci-Fi Channel (later Syfy) on September 22nd, 2006.
- Actor Cotter Smith is credited in this episode, but does not make an actual appearance. This is one of only two episodes that Tony Vincenzo does not appear in. The other is "Malum".
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- Carl Kolchak: In nature, predators cut off their prey from the pack. Leaving them vulnerable, easy to attack. Modern society values independence, the strength to stand on our own, to make our own way – forfeiting not only the comfort of home, but the bonds of family and community. But in our isolation, we become weak…perfect victims.
- Carl Kolchak: It chewed through her cartilage and bone, eating into her brain.
- Perri Reed: So you're saying it was that hungry, why go to all that trouble?
- Carl Kolchak: And if it wanted to kill, why kill that way?
- Perri Reed: You ask the most interesting questions, you know that, Kolchak?
- Carl Kolchak: The past has endless stories, about tragedies that have struck those who've come before us. A history of tears. But nature remains indifferent to our suffering, offering only a cold, hard truth, one that becomes harder to bear the more we learn to love living. That at the very moment life first pumps through our veins, the clock is set... to stop.
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- ↑ Credited, but does not appear in this episode.