Bryce Zabel, then executive producer of "Dark Skies" on NBC joined Art for the first three hours. He talked about how difficult it was to get the show on the air. His vision of the TV series was to go back in the past and start with the 1960s instead of the present. Zabel told Art he wanted to make sense of UFOs, crop circles, and animal mutilations and was seeking one unified theory for them. Art mentioned a current unusual UFO report from California. Pilots saw several glowing objects on the ground, and ten minutes later, they apparently took off and very quickly disappeared.
Art wonders if Dark Skies will concentrate on the Face on Mars. Bryce says he loves that subject and actually wrote a feature-length film about the topic but it never got to the screen. Art also asks about Area 51. Zabel says they are tackling that topic in one of the episodes, as well as looking at the JFK assassination and Watergate.
News and Open Lines occupied the last two hours, with a hotline for "aliens only." One of the "aliens" is a person named Sasha who says she originates from some "17.5 light-years away." Her kind, she reveals, arrived here to explain existence to humankind, and bridge the gap between the spiritual dimension and an upcoming "dimensional jump."