"Send Me An Angel" is the ninth episode of VR.5 and was never aired during the show's original broadcast in 1995. This episode guide is from the VR.5 FAQ and was originally written by the authors of the FAQ.
|Title||Send Me An Angel|
|Written by||Naomi Janzen, Jeannine Renshaw|
|Directed by||Jim Charleston|
Synopsis[edit | edit source]
Syd takes a vacation from the her work for the Committee and returns to her house in Pasadena. There she discovers a tale of a mysterious haunting and fire from the previous inhabitants. While exploring the house, she starts to remember bits and pieces of her past and finally brings Duncan in to help her sort out the memories. She finally brings her mother to the house to see if she can break through but the child who lived there previously shows up. Syd realizes that the house is on fire and Oliver, who has been watching her, breaks into the laboratory at the last minute and rescues Nora as Syd carries the child to safety. Oliver tells Syd that she must explore these mysteries herself as it is the only way she will ever be able to put her past to rest.
Cast and Crew[edit | edit source]
Main Cast[edit | edit source]
- Lori Singer (Sydney Bloom)
- Michael Easton (Duncan)
- Anthony Head (Oliver Sampson)
Guest Stars[edit | edit source]
- Louise Fletcher (Nora Bloom)
- Tracey Needham (Samantha Bloom)
- Armelia McQueen (Unknown)
- Barbara K. Whinnery (Unknown)
- William Forward (Unknown)
- Jamie Renee Smith (Rebecca)
- Stephen Mills (The Committee's Agent)
- Kenneth Robert Shippy (Unknown)
- Gammy Singer (Nurse Jackie)
Crew[edit | edit source]
Written by: Naomi Jenzen & Jeannine Renshaw
Directed by: Jim Charleston
VR.5 was created by: Adam Cherry, Geoffrey Hemwall, Michael Katleman, Jeannine Renshaw, and Thania St. John
Executive Producer: John Sacret Young
Co-executive Producer: Thania St. John
Co-executive Producer: Eric Blakeney (2,3,5,6,8)
Supervising Producer: Michael Katleman
Producer: Naomi Janzen (2-10)
Producer: Jack Clements (2-10)
Producer: Mel Efros (1)
Co-producer: Geoffrey Hemwall
Observations[edit | edit source]
- The front door of the Bloom House incorporates a window designed after the Committee's symbol.
- Dr. Bloom taught his two daughters an acronym (E.N.T.E.R.) and a rhyme to help them remember how to get into his secret room downstairs where he experimented with VR:
- E is to Enter the closet ourselves
- N is to Never tell anyone else
- T is to Tap with your knuckles times three
- E is for Effort when turning the key
- R is Run back the latch and find me
Spoilers[edit | edit source]
- At the end of the episode, we see Mr. X/The Man in amongst the crowd gathered outside the Bloom House.
- Samantha Bloom is alive.
- The machinery is located in the Bloom House's basement which takes retinal scans of people who can be used for VR in the future. Nora's apparent illness is not caused by pills and sunglasses, but rather from VR somehow.