The Fantastic JourneyA woman named Rhea leads Scott, Varian and Fred to the city of Atlantium, where the three travelers are told that Professor Jordan and the female members of his expedition have returned to their own time, leaving Scott to fend for himself. Fred and Varian promise to look after Scott, but the Atlanteans have other plans for him: their disembodied leader, the Source, has chosen Scott as his new host body. Liana, a woman whose father was from Atlantis and whose mother was from another solar system, leads a resistance movement against the Source’s hunger for power; she warns Varian of the Source’s plans for Scott. Varian and Paul demand to see Scott after the Atlanteans take the boy under their wing, but there’s something wrong with Scott when he is returned. Varian eventually figures out that the Source has created a clone of Scott to keep the boy’s friends distracted while the real Scott is prepared for his new destiny. Liana helps Varian and Fred fight their way through Atlantium to rescue Scott, but the only guaranteed way home is through the use of the Source’s power; the man from the future and his 20th century friends are now stranded.

The Fantastic Journeyteleplay by Katharyn Michaelian Powers
story by Michael Michaelian and Katharyn Michaelian Powers
directed by Barry Crane
music by Robert Prince

Cast: Jared Martin (Varian), Carl Franklin (Fred Walters), Ike Eisenmann (Scott Jordan), Katie Saylor (Liana), Gary Collins (Dar-L), Albert Stratton (Il-Tar), Jason Evers (Atar), Mary Ann Mobley (Rhea), Ian Jon Tanza (Under), Lawrence Bame (Maron), Mike Road (voice of the Source), The Felix Team (Sil-L)

LogBook entry by Earl Green