Dr. Stephen Ledbetter believes he has found the cure for everything: tiny nanobots that can cure diseases at the cellular level. He is frustrated by the limits put on his research and the fact he does not have authority to takes his tests to the next level and use it on humans. After his his future brother-in-law Andy Groenig learns that he has osteosarcoma (pelvic cancer), he breaks into Leadbetter's lab and injects himself with the serum. The effects are rapid and quite dramatic. Within three days, the cancer has been reduced by 90 percent and he no longer requires glasses. Stephen is upset when he learns what he's done but agrees to monitor his progress. As time goes on however, Andy begins to develop in ways that no one could have imagined.
Did You Know?
In this episode, Peter Outerbridge
's character Dr. Andy Groenig is engaged to Tammy Isbell
's character Judy Ledbetter. Five years after this episode aired, Outerbridge and Isbell were married in real life. See more
The Control Voice
Man has long worked to stave off the disease that can ravage us, but what can happen when the cure grows more fearsome than the disease?