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I think what you are remembering is an episode of Star Trek: Voyager, specifically "Coda" (season 3 episode 15). To quote from Memory Alpha: After her apparent death, Captain Janeway's journey to the afterlife, guided by her father, leaves her with suspicions.


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"Death's Door," listed on Wikipedia as "the eighteenth episode of the fifth series of the 1960s cult British spy-fi television series The Avengers." (In the USA, that would be called "the fifth season" of an ongoing show, instead of being labeled as a separate "series," and this particular episode's number might be ...


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Sounds like Super Force Super Force is an American action-adventure TV series which aired from October 1990 to May 1992. The series is about a former astronaut turned cop who uses a highly advanced combat armor and motorcycle to fight crime in the city of Metroplex during the future year 2020. Among the features of the black battle suit were enhanced ...


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Highly likely that you are looking for an episode of a TV series called The Burning Zone. Produced in the wake of the stratospheric success of The X-Files this only ran for one series in either 1996 or 1997. It was about a team assembled to handle medical/biological emergencies and episode 13 titled Death Song specifically dealt with deaths arising from ...


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I think you're thinking of Island City as per 90s (or earlier) SciFi movie - glowing lights in chests to indicate attraction In the future, humanity develops a "fountain of youth" drug, but as many people around the world begin to take it, most begin to mutate into a barbaric proto-humanoid state. The few people immune to this side-effect of the ...


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Nearly Departed, an American sitcom starring Eric Idle and Caroline McWilliams that aired on NBC on Monday nights from April 10, 1989 to May 1, 1989, itself an updated version of Topper. The series focused on English professor Grant Pritchard and his wife Claire who are killed in a rockslide. They return to their home as ghosts to find plumbing contractor ...


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Sounds like Time Warp, a TV movie from 1981 with Adam West. After a long space journey, an astronaut returns home to his family--only to discover that he has somehow gone through a "time warp" and is now one year into the future, rendering him invisible to all those around him. However, his dog (and a couple of parrots) do sense him. The movie is ...


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People losing their memories in the afterlife was a plot point in The Soldier and Death - an episode of The Storyteller. The titular soldier had acquired a magic sack that would pull any being into it on command. He had cheated Death by pulling Death into the sack, and when he later decided to free Death, Death was afraid of him and he could not enter the ...


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