An effective anthology set in the futuristic utopia of Betaville, where a seemingly ideal society could still be unsettled by the basest of human emotions, instincts and desires.
Into the Shop
Episode 1x13; Nov 09, 1998
The automated crime-fighting vehicle of a law-enforcement officer begins to malfunction, capturing and killing an innocent person. Based on a short story by Ron Goulart.
1x13: Into the Shop
1x12: Blue Champagne
1x10: Acute Triangle
1x9: All Our Sins Forgotten
1x7: Alien Jane
1x6: The Extra
1x5: The Girl Who Was Plugged In
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