JeremiahA nightmare awakens Jeremiah, a nightmare featuring his father and Ezekiel, the man who claimed to be his brother – but also the man who killed Colonel Quantrell when he was held captive at Thunder Mountain. The next day, Marcus recalls all of Thunder Mountain’s field operatives to reassign them temporarily to a new mission, to rebuild the town of Danbury. While it seems like an incredibly generous gesture to extend to a town full of total strangers, Marcus’ intent is to establish relations with Danbury and use it as a tripwire, a means of detecting whether or not agents from Valhalla Sector are on their way to try to take over Thunder Mountain. Jeremiah spots Ezekiel talking to Lee Chen, Marcus’ right-hand-man, in Danbury, and chases Ezekiel down. But before they can even have a conversation beyond a cryptic warning of danger from Ezekiel, Lee Chen sneaks up from behind and knocks Jeremiah out. Just as Marcus is about to make a public appearance alongside Danbury’s leader, Jeremiah and Kurdy fight through the crowd to warn him of the danger – moments before a shot rings out and Marcus falls, struck in the chest by a bullet. Thunder Mountain’s leader fights for his life while Jeremiah and Kurdy fight to find the would-be assassin. It seems that only three things are certain: Valhalla Sector operatives have already taken up position in Danbury, Lee Chen can’t be trusted, and time is running out for Marcus’ vision of rebuilding the world peacefully.

Order the DVDsDownload this episode via Amazon's Unboxwritten by J. Michael Straczynski
directed by Neill Fearnley
music by Tim Truman

Guest Cast: Peter Stebbings (Marcus), Byron Lawson (Lee Chen), Ingrid Kavelaars (Erin), Kwise Ameyaw (Samuel), Robert Wisden (Devon), Alex Zahara (Ezekiel), Daniel Pepper (First Team guy), Jared Van Snellenberg (Damien), Devin Douglas Drewitz (young Jeremiah)

Appearing in footage from Firewall: Michael Rooker (Colonel Quantrell)

Appearing in footage from …And The Ground, Sown With Salt: Jason Priestly (Michael), Kirsten Robek (Julie), Ben Ayres (Guard)

Appearing in footage from The Long Road: Teryl Rothery (Mary)

LogBook entry by Earl Green