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You might mean the ITV comedy The Baldy Man starring Gregor Fisher as a fat, bumbling bald man with a combover who barely speaks. Its physical humor resembled Mr. Bean and I'm almost sure that it aired on HBO Ole in the 90s. Here's a clip: ...


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Everything you mention except "humans were brought back from the dead" matches the Gene Roddenberry series Earth: Final Conflict, (1997). The bald aliens were the "Taelons", and the living wrist bracelets that shoot are "Skrill".


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Your description reminds of an episode of The X-Files called "Tithonus", which aired in January of 1999. Here's an episode description: Agent Scully gets paired up with a new partner to investigate a singular case. Alfred Fellig, a freelance crime photographer, has a knack for arriving at crime scenes shortly after the murder and long before the ...


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Sounds like the FOX show Touch from 2012 with Kiefer Sutherland: A widower struggling to raise his emotionally challenged son discovers that he can predict events before they happen. The kid can see the future using series of numbers and patterns. Here's the trailer: ...


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That could be Super Fuzz from 1980 with Terrence Hill. A cop gains super powers through a nuclear explosion but looses them whenever he sees the color that he saw at the moment of the explosion which is red.


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Summerland with Lori Loughlin (who also co-created it) ran for two seasons on the WB in 2004-2005. From IMDb: Bradin, Nikki and Derrick are 3 kids from an average normal Kansas household. Their whole life is thrown upside-down when their parents are tragically killed in a car accident. Ava Gregory (their aunt) gets custody of her niece and nephews and ...


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Sounds like Kinjite: Forbidden Subjects from 1989 with Charles Bronson. From IMDb: A Tokyo businessman (Hiroshi Hada), transferred to L.A, molests a teenage girl on a train. It turns out that the girl is the daughter of a vice cop [Bronson]. But in one of those plot twists that can only occur in the movies, the cop is assigned to find the businessman's ...


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Sounds like National Geographic's Deadly Arts from 2004 hosted by Josette Normandeau, who's blonde and has a black belt in Aikido. She visits O Sensei's grave in the episode about Aikido, which you can currently find on Youtube. Here's her photo:


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Perhaps you mean the Kor mak bracelets from Stargate SG-1. From the Wikia page: Kor mak bracelets are a pair of bracelets that link the wearers. If the two wearing the bracelets should get more than one hundred feet from each other, they will begin to feel ill. Cronus used them when he wanted his Jaffa to transport a prisoner. If the prisoner escaped, ...


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Sounds like Earth: Final Conflict which ran from 1997-2002. From Wiki: The story begins three years after the Taelons arrived on Earth. The Taelons have used their advanced technology to help humanity achieve a better quality of life. However, the North American Taelon Companion, Da'an, is targeted by an assassin while making a speech. Jonathan Doors, a ...



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