I write one script and design one poster every day.
George interrogates a quadriplegic man who he suspects in his brother's murder.
Emotions and preconceptions lead Officer Walsh to draw his weapon on a routine traffic stop.
A spy arranges the assassination of his target, but he's not the only one with plans.
Peter gets a glimpse at the otherworldly connection he shares with his son.
Two flirtatious college students, Stephen and Alex, end up alone by the lake.
In the beginning, there was nothing interesting... Professor Joan dreams of something beyond the ink and sticks that make up her world.
Rae captures the spirit of her dead husband only to find that he's not alone.
On the other side of reality is a place where the articles of clothing lost in the dryer go.
When bank robbers clash over the score, Jack Donner stands up to insure an amicable getaway.
Liz plays one last song as "it" rises from the tides.
When you know the outcome of every decision, there's only one left to make.
When Danny's dream becomes lucid, he learns a lesson about arrogance.
Something strange oozes within the shell of Maven's new electronic gadget.
Mal wakes up in the middle of the night after a dream that puts everything in perspective.
A woman with an artistic flair for the controversial finds that you can start the conversation, but everyone else will finish it.
The only thing that lies between Taylor Merit and death at the hand's of outlaw, Jack Mills, is fifty paces of dirt.
That home, that husband, that baby. Jenn is a stranger in her own life, and that baby won't let her forget it.
Martin's report is stellar, his new partner is a knockout, and the realization hits that his life is a living cliche.