They fail to mention the best part of "a Quinn Martin production": the episode titles. These were always laughably dramatic titles that:
1) used words like "gambit," "crucible," "caper" and others that no normal person ever used;
2) referenced mythological or Biblical figures (Judas, Damocles, Herod, Minerva);
3) used corny, clichéd metaphors (Web of Deceit, Nest of Scorpions);
4) frequently followed this simple formula: (noun) + "of" + (emotion) = score! (Triangle of Fear, Conspiracy of Terror).
Woman (to alien, beseechingly): We're not so different from you.
Alien (grabbing the sides of his head): You're murderous... you're parasites on the universe.
Woman (defiantly): There's nothing you can DO about it.
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