The Gracefield Incident

Synopsis: In Gracefield, three couples are spending a long weekend in a luxurious cabin when suddenly an uninvited guest in the form of a meteorite, comes crashing the party...
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- Do you have

to film everything?

- Yup.

- Describing...

You're filming everything,

you're describing.

- That's his journal. I want him

to remember everything.

- His journal.

You don't even know

if it's a boy

or a girl yet.

- Yeah. But, you know,

we trust the first

ultrason, it's a boy.

So tell us.

- Where are we going?

- Yup.

- We're going to the hospital

to get our second ultrason

and confirm the sex of the baby.

This little guy.

- Yeah, little guy.

- And we're happy,

we're excited.


Hi. You're gonna be

editing all this, right?

- Of course.

- All right, so your turn now.

Tell me how you feel,

future dad.

- I'm just really grateful

that our kid

is gonna be healthy.

- Matt! Watch out!

- Oh my god!

Oh! Jess!

Jess! Oh my god!

- Matt!

- Oh my god!

You got the phone?

Where's the phone?

Call 911! Call 911!

Oh my god!

- Oh, my baby.

You're gonna be

editing all this, right?

- Of course.

- I hate night shifts.

Did your boss say how much he's

charging us for the weekend?

- Free. Yeah, we have

the cabin to ourselves

for the entire

weekend. Yeah.

He want us to have a good

time before I get back to work.

- That's nice.

I can't believe we're leaving

for a whole weekend.

- It's been so long.

- I want us to have fun

and laugh and party.

- Party.

- And be ourselves again.

- Yeah.

- Okay.

- You didn't tell anyone

about this, did you?

- No. Why?

- Okay.

I want to make a little surprise

video for Joe's birthday.

- Oh. You gonna have

enough time

to put it together

before we leave?

- Yeah, if I work

all night on it.

- Okay, well don't work

too hard

'cause I need you to have

your energy this weekend.

- Oh, yeah?

- I got the news from Joe.

All is in order, we can start

trying to have a baby again.

Okay? So, I need you

to have your energy,

all of your energy.

I gotta go to work. Bye.

Oh, don't forget, you're

picking us up at 11:00, okay?

- Okay.

- Love you!

- Love you!

- Good morning,

you're listening

to the morning show

with me, Dan Hitchcock.

Okay, the weather.

Now, temperatures will today

move into the low 80s

and we'll have sunshine

and a few clouds

for most of the day.

With wind from

10 to 20 miles an hour.

Now, as for

the long weekend ahead,

well, sunny with a few clouds

and temperatures are going to

move down into the lower 70s.

But still,

a perfect weekend to get away.

Now, after the break, we'll

talk about why there's a...

... you should be taking

an evening stroll

over the long weekend.

- Earlier this morning

an American satellite

was destroyed by what

authorities are calling

an unidentified object.

Images taken by the satellite

itself moments

before it was destroyed seem

to indicate that a collision

between the satellite

and the object was the cause.

Mainly over the province

of Quebec, Canada...

- Ready Teddy?

All right, let's go!

We're running late,


- ... and to report

any unusual sightings.

- Hey Joe!

- You're late Matt.

- I know, it's Teddy's fault.

- I think he disagrees

with you.

- I'll be there in a minute.

- Yeah, right.

- What's up, birthday boy?

- A weekend away from the

hospital, that's what's up.

Keep your eyes

on the road, man.

- Nice haircut, doc.

- I hate it!

When we get back

to the hospital,

I'm gonna show you

something real sweet.

Check it out!

- What is it?

- Hold on, hold on.

- Come on, what is it?

- Check it out!

- Holy shit!

- Yeah baby.

- No way!

Are you kidding me?

You finally bought it?

- Yeah. It costs me

a small fortune,

but I got everything

i wanted. I got lights

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