Hume's (Michael Easton) attempts to learn about Farve's (Karl Pruner) maker could lead to destruction. Guest star: Damon D'Oliveira.
After a revered detective kills an escapee under questionable circumstances, Hume's probe uncovers a virtual star chamber of power brokers and injustice.
Olan (Judith Krant) finds a vial that may hold a clue to the cause of a traffic accident with mass fatalities.
Murder witness Olivia doubts her sanity when the man she identifies as a killer has an iron-clad alibi and hateful images surround her.
Secret policeman Brack kidnaps and imprisons Hume and Farve, planting seeds of doubt and testing their loyalty to each other.
The destruction of an industrial android triggers labor unrest; after an argument, Olivia leaves Hume.
After a witness against Rekall is kidnapped, Rekall's head of security approaches Hume with an intriguing proposition.
Olivia's (Cynthia Preston) name is on a list found at a dating service which was the scene of a mass slaughter. Guest star: Anthony Zerbe.
Crash survivors aboard an interplanetary ship carrying an ancient artifact are strangely disoriented.
Hume and Farve find a strange connection between the burning deaths of sublimator addicts and a dating service.
News that his father trashed his room at a retirement home interrupts Hume's investigation of a polygamous cult leader's death.
Technology used for Farve's (Karl Pruner) memory system may have motivated a murder. Guest stars: David Warner, Damon D'Oliveira and J.C. MacKenzie.
Farve forms an inexplicable connection to an unlikely culprit after the assassination of a union leader.
Variable Dynamics Company becomes desperate to retrieve a genetically enhanced missing baby. With Clint Howard, Noam Jenkins, Christie MacFadyen and Joseph Griffin.
A seemingly inadvertent service glitch that disables the CPB's computer system may be the work of an android-intolerant cult.
The question of Farve's maker becomes central when he changes from prim and sedate to aggressive and rebellious.
A doctor involved in a high-level research project at Uber Braun, the company that makes the service-class androids, is killed.
Hume becomes enchanted with a beautiful young woman who degenerates into an 80-year-old within minutes of committing suicide.
Hume and Farve's investigation into the origin of a lethal virus uncovers hideous experiments, germ warfare and a cover-up.
Farve's emotional capabilities come into conflict when violent crimes are attributed to black-market Rekall discs.
Hume and his new partner (Michael Easton, Karl Pruner) embark on a mission to locate a missing 12-year-old boy.
David Hume works with his new partner to seek justice for his fallen partner.