The Long Road

JeremiahIn the year 2030, a new generation of the human race is coming of age, the first to do so since a global epidemic now referred to as “the Big Death” killed everyone over the age of puberty. One young man named Jeremiah is on a quest to learn as much as he can about his father’s involvement in the search for a cure, but it’s not easy going – electricity, gasoline, and any kind of working technology are rare commodities, and people have been known to kill anyone they even so much as suspect of possessing them.

Jeremiah’s immediate problems are much simpler, however – a wanderer named Kurdy has stolen his fish. Jeremiah catches up with Kurdy in a rough-and-tumble town, only to discover bigger problems. A woman named Theo has become the law in this town, but her rule isn’t one of justice, but one of violence. Jeremiah is approached by a young man named Simon, who claims to be seeking others who wish to bring civilization back as their parents once knew it, but Jeremiah turns down his approach. Theo and her men find a truck – with half a tank of gas – hidden just outside of town, and they wait to ambush the owners: Simon and his traveling companion. Theo viciously interrogates them, trying to learn where “the end of the world” is, supposedly a place with resources aplenty which she could use to her advantage. When one of Theo’s men reports that he saw Simon talking to Jeremiah, she has him rounded up as well. Kurdy, who has been trying to get Jeremiah to take him along on his travels, watches as Theo’s men beat Jeremiah and take him back to Theo’s compound. Kurdy is torn between safe inaction and risking his life to help someone he had no problem stealing food from the day before. Rather than a brash frontal assault against Theo’s armed thugs, Kurdy engineers a full-scale town revolt and uses it as a cover to break Jeremiah and Simon out.

Kurdy, Jeremiah and Simon make it to Simon’s truck, but Simon is fatally wounded during the escape. Before dying, he tells Jeremiah that the end of the world is a real place – and he tells him how to get there, and to deliver a message: the Big Death is returning. Kurdy is more eager to get out of town and sell Simon’s truck, but Jeremiah is determined to deliver Simon’s message, and find out if the end of the world Simon reffered to is the same as the Valhalla Sector his father spoke of before his death.

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series based on the comic book by Hermann Huppen
directed by Russell Mulcahy
music by Tim Truman
series main theme by Tim Truman

Guest Cast: Peter Stebbings (Marcus Alexander), Tricia Helfer (Erin), Kim Hawthorne (Theo), Daniel Gillies (Simon), Curtis Bechdholt (Matthew), Byron Lawson (Lee Chen), Kandyse McClure (Elizabeth), Robert Wisden (Devon), Teryl Rothery (Mary), Zak Santiago Alam (Sam), Alex Zahara (Ezekiel), Jada Stark (Gossip), Sean Tyler Foley (Gossip), Victor Da Costa (Gossip), Peta Brookstone (Gossip), Malik McCall (Kurdy’s Father), Terra MacLeod (Carol), Jenn Bird (Cherysse), Ryan Drescher (Michael), Devin Douglas Drewitz (young Jeremiah), Rayden Porbeni (young Kurdy), Haig Sutherland (Keith), Simon Wong (Phil), Mark Holmes (Guy in Crowd), Claude Duhamel (Ticket Cashier), Michael Scholar Jr. (Colin), Phil Trasolini (Seller), Dave Nystrom (Talking Jock), Haili Page (Young girl), David Coles (Skinhead leader), Charles Zuckerman (Skinhead), Colin Corrigan (Skinhead), Brahm Taylor (Man at pole), Darryl Quon (Market thug)

Notes: Seen here in one of her very first acting roles, Tricia Helfer didn’t appear again in Jeremiah, and neither did her character (who was replaced by Erin after the pilot); she would later rise to fame as Battlestar Galactica’s Number Six; Kandyse McClure, whose character does continue through the rest of season one, also became a semi-regular on Galactica as Dualla. Teryl Rothery is well-known to Stargate SG-1 fans as Dr. Janet Fraiser.

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Man Of Iron, Woman Under Glass

JeremiahMarcus Alexander is the glue that holds the underground Thunder Mountain complex together, leading a kind of resistance movement to bring the world back to order. Jeremiah and Kurdy have allied themselves to his cause reluctantly, though Jeremiah has been very critical of Marcus’ reticence about using the former military complex’s resources – plentiful food, energy, technology and supplies – to help those “outside.” Marcus also has a secret that he’s been keeping even from his own people: a woman who survived the Big Death and now lives in a bio-isolation ward in the mountain; she carries the virus, but has somehow survived it. If she were to step out of that chamber, everyone in the mountain would be wiped out, and the Big Death might spread anew. But unfortunately for Marcus, someone has found out – and plans to tell the others about the woman’s presence. In the meantime, Jeremiah and Kurdy are on another scouting mission when a boy standing in the road forces Jeremiah to swerve into the woods, wrecking the land rover in the process. When Jeremiah comes to, the boy is standing over him, in the trademark costume of comic book hero Captain Iron. Jeremiah and Kurdy are tended to by the boy’s sister and her husband. Jeremiah learns that “Captain Iron” was a loner – a nerd by some people’s standards – even before the Big Death. Since the death of his parents, he has adopted his hero’s code of honor, helping others, defending the defenseless, and bringing inspiration to some – and derisive laughter from others, such as his brother-in-law. But when bandits attack their camp and kidnap his sister, the world’s last superhero may be in over his head – and if he gets himself killed while trying to save his sister, who will save us all then?

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directed by Brett Dowler
music by Graeme Coleman

Guest Cast: Peter Stebbings (Marcus Alexander), Roman Danylo (John), Ingrid Kavelaars (Erin), Nathanial Arcand (Mike), Suzy Joachim (Megan), Sarah Deakins (Shelly), Russell Porter (Thug), Winston Brown (Vincent), Tyler Williamson (young John), Andrew Francis (young Marcus), Justin Ortiz (Kid), Ben Baxter (Kid), Samuel Scantlebury (Kid)

Note: Jeremiah’s inquiry about Valhalla Sector brings about a most unusual response from “Captain Iron,” and even a fleeting hint in flashback that the boy has been there – against his will.

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…And The Ground, Sown With Salt

JeremiahJeremiah and Kurdy follow up on information sent to Marcus by one of his contacts, who says that there’s something they need to see near the abandoned McLaren Army Base. Jeremiah and Kurdy arrive at the rendezvous point just in time to see their contact executed. The base has been overrun by a thuggish young man named Michael and his band of raiders. Jeremiah and Kurdy are captured, and Michael asks them where the end of the world is. They refuse to answer, and Michael soon demonstrates his power over the people at the base – his power comes from the barrel of a gun, but he demands more than obedience. He demands worship, and those who will not pray to him are murdered. Michael later offers an exchange of information, even dropping a few tantalizing hints about Valhalla Sector. When he receives no answers to his satisfaction, Michael then drops three daisy cutter bombs onto a small town whose people also refused to cooperate. But from Jeremiah has already learned, even if Michael can be stopped, there are others like him – or perhaps worse.

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directed by Peter DeLuise
music by Tim Truman

Guest Cast: Jason Priestly (Michael), Kirsten Robek (Julie), Shawn Orr (Jesse Montoya), Stu Morgan (Larry), Lynne Livingston (Cindy), Magda Apanowicz (Young girl), Paul Lazenby (Brutal man), Ben Ayres (Guard), Trevor Jones (Guard), Simon Burnett (Guard), Colin Haslett (Bad Timing guy), Michael Rinaldi (Demented guy), Miles Meadows (Prisoner), Kent McQuaid (Prisoner), Cailin Stabnyk (Prisoner), Brent Clark (Prisoner), Neil Grayston (Prisoner)

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To Sail Among The Stars

JeremiahJeremiah and Kurdy follow up on another of Simon’s leads, traveling to an impoverished village to learn about a group of people called the Burners. On the way, they stop for the night, and Jeremiah finds a young woman siphoning their truck’s gas tank. When he goes to stop her, she gets away after fending him off. The next day, their contact, a man named Eddie who runs a pool hall, isn’t eager to talk about that topic during business hours, but invites Jeremiah to come back later. Eddie reveals that the Burners are using what was once known as hot zone biohazard gear – airtight suits and flamethrowers – as a terrifying means of enforcing their will on others. Worse yet, despite the extinction of telephones, the internet, and radio, the Burners are somehow coordinating their attacks when their cells are in completely different cities. After giving this information to Jeremiah, Eddie is murdered later that night. Jeremiah also runs into the lady gas thief once more, and discovers that she’s keeping an awful lot of a very flammable liquid around rather than selling it…

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directed by Neill Fearnley
music by Tim Truman

Guest Cast: Melissa Creider (Claire), G. Michael Gray (Eddie), Jason Gaffney (William), Meghan Black (Pregnant girl), Dalias Blake (First Guy), Mike Nyuis (Second guy), Shawn Stewart (Squatter), Gerry South (Hustler), Donny Lucas (Preacher), Martin Budny (Man), Ashley Whillans (12 year old Claire), Ben Odberg (Claire’s Dad)

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The Bag

JeremiahOn the trail of another of Simon’s contacts, a man named Holcombe who may know whether or not the Big Death will be making a return appearance, Jeremiah and Kurdy stop to assist a wanderer whose pregnant wife has fallen ill. In the town of Slag Harbor, they catch word of a traveling doctor who may be able to help. Jeremiah is dismayed to find that this “doctor” is actually no more than the son of a doctor who still has his dead father’s medicine bag, but he’s still the only hope of those who need medical attention. But as if the would-be doctor isn’t perpetuating enough of a myth about himself, his street-savvy older brother is milking that talent for whatever people are willing to trade. When thugs beat up both brothers and steal the medicine bag, Jeremiah has to convince a man who may be the last doctor in the world that what he needs to practice isn’t a bag full of 15-year-old pills, but his compassion…and all he needs to do is step out of his older brother’s shadow.

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directed by Michael Robison
music by Tim Truman

Guest Cast: Jake Busey (Jake), Christian Campbell (Reese), Ryan Robbins (William Steuber), Erin Karpluk (Sadie Holcomb), Shannon Jardine (Paula Steuber), Holly Ferguson (Mother), Bryce Hodgson (Tanner), Devin Douglas Drewitz (young Jeremiah), Casey Beddow (Farmer), Ryan Drescher (Michael), Mike Dopud (Harlow), Nelson Leis (Jimmy Holcomb)

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City Of Roses

JeremiahJeremiah and Kurdy rescue a girl from a gang of rapists, and Kurdy is horrified when Jeremiah seems insistent on gassing the thugs to death with the land rover’s exhaust. During the fight, Kurdy cuts one of his hands, and with that wound comes a trickle of memories of his childhood – his home, his mother, and some sort of struggle between his parents – the only memory he has of that time of his life. They bring the girl back to Thunder Mountain, where Erin tries to help her recover from his ordeal, and Kurdy embarks on one of his own. His next assignment is to ride shotgun with Jeremiah to the lab where the late Jimmy Holcomb received an experimental (and ultimately fatal) vaccine against the return of the Big Death – a lab within a short drive of Kurdy’s childhood home. Jeremiah, tired of Kurdy’s recent preoccupation with the past, drops Kurdy off there and goes off to the lab by himself, and is greeted at gunpoint. Kurdy, in the meantime, meets the one person left in the world who could possibly know what happened to his parents – and discovers that it was not the Big Death that killed them, but two bullets.

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directed by James Head
music by Graeme Coleman

Guest Cast: Peter Stebbings (Alexander), Byron Lawson (Lee Chen), Ingrid Kavelaars (Erin), Kandyse McClure (Elizabeth), Suzy Joachim (Megan), Karen Malina White (Ricki), Katelyn Wallace (Lydia), Michael Adamthwaite (Skinhead), Jodie Graham (Skinhead), Dominika Wolski (Chloe), Brenda M. Crichlow (Kurdy’s Mother), Malik McCall (Kurdy’s Father), Robert Moloney (Farralon), Chaynade Knowles (young Ricki), Kayden Porbeni (young Kurdy)

Appearing in footage from The Bag: Devin Douglas Drewitz (young Jeremiah), Casey Beddow (Farmer), Ryan Drescher (Michael)

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Firewall

JeremiahJeremiah and Kurdy investigate what seems like an unlikely tale involving biohazard-suited figures kidnapping people and performing biological tests on them. They’re stunned to find that it’s true – and even more surprised when they’re able to capture one of the suited men, but even the quickest glance through the visor of the biosuit reveals that this may be the oldest human being that anyone’s seen in a long time. They take him back to Thunder Mountain, where he awakens – and makes it plainly obvious that he knows Marcus on a first-name basis. The man turns out to be Major Quantrell, formerly one of Thunder Mountain’s top brass during the outbreak of the Big Death. Quantrell has many things to reveal – he is now based at the elusive Valhalla Sector, he’s not the only human being to have topped 40 years old, and if his young captors don’t let him go, his people will come looking for him and they’ll come well-armed. It soon becomes obvious that Quantrell and his allies intend to take control of what’s left of the world and rule by force…and anyone choosing to oppose him will need to be up for one hell of a fight.

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directed by Peter DeLuise
music by Tim Truman

Guest Cast: Michael Rooker (Quantrell), Peter Stebbings (Marcus Alexander), Ingrid Kavelaars (Erin), Byron Lawson (Lee Chen), Suzy Joachim (Megan), John Ralston (Dr. Alexander), Leah Graham (Woman), Alex Zahara (Ezekiel), Rodrigues Williams (Man), Michael Kopsa (Colonel), J.M. Landry (Aide), Charles Payne (Aide), Ray Galletti (Clese), Awaovieyi Agie (Rich), Andrew Francis (young Marcus), Carin Moffat (Jean), Chris Robson (Reporter), Nigel Johnson (Guard)

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The Red Kiss

JeremiahBandits carjack Jeremiah and Kurdy, leaving them on foot. The nearest sign of civilization they can find is an abandoned amusement park where a handful of families have taken up residence. The travelers find they’re not welcome there either – children have been disappearing at an alarming rate. When Jeremiah sees that the bandits have been through this area, using the equipment stolen in the land rover as trade bait, he offers to stay and help guard the children until the bandits return. The remaining children at the park regard Jeremiah as the stuff of legend – an avenging angel who has come to protect them from vampires. When more children disappear, their families come to the conclusion that Jeremiah and Kurdy are responsible.

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directed by James Head
music by Tim Truman

Guest Cast: Vincent Gale (Cord Geary), Tobias Mehler (Jack), Pablo Santos (Magyar), Shawn Macdonald (Fipps), Wendy Russell (Treva), Yvonne Myers (Helen), Sharon Alexander (Chapelle), Berend McKenzie (Medicine Joe), Aleks Paunovic (Stomp), Talia Ranger (Maia), Reece Thompson (Tommy Geary), Nickol Tschenscher (Beth Geary), J.R. Messado (J.J.)

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Journeys End In Lovers Meeting

JeremiahAssigned by Marcus to make formal contact with another community, Jeremiah and Kurdy happen upon a group of people on a religious pilgrimage. Jeremiah is a little annoyed when Kurdy accepts their invitation to join them when they make camp, where the two travelers learn that these people and their leader believe that their journey to the ocean will be met with a ship that will take them to a better world. Kurdy alarms Jeremiah by joining this community on their pilgrimage, and Jeremiah continues on his mission alone. When he encounters a group of bandits planning to raid the pilgrims, Jeremiah tries to stop them but is captured. Kurdy must choose to honor his newly-taken oath of non-violence, allowing his new friends to become the victims of robbers, or save them only to lose their acceptance.

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directed by Martin Wood
music by Tim Truman

Guest Cast: Krista Rae (Constance), Alessandro Juliani (David), Hayden Thomas (Price), Paul Dzenkiw (Group member), Travis Woloshyn (Group member), David Haysom (Man), Stuart O’Connell (Man), Shawn Stewart (Man)

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Thieves’ Honor

JeremiahGabriel and Elizabeth, on a scouting mission from Thunder Mountain, go to Clarefield – the town Jeremiah and Kurdy once visited which is still under the thrall of Theo and her thugs – and are promptly captured. Marcus assigns Jeremiah and Kurdy – who is furious that Elizabeth was sent on such a dangerous mission – to rescue them. There are a few problems facing them though, namely a revolt that leaves Theo out in the cold (but her successor still has the hostages). Worse yet, when they save her life from the men who used to work for her, Jeremiah and Kurdy have to trust her to help them rescue Elizabeth and Gabriel. Kurdy decides to go it alone, leaving Jeremiah to deal with Theo. And at Thunder Mountain, Marcus is faced with the possibility that a traitor at the mountain tipped Theo off to the presence of the scouting party.

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directed by Holly Dale
music by Tim Truman

Guest Cast: Peter Stebbings (Marcus Alexander), Kim Hawthorne (Theo), Byron Lawson (Lee Chen), Ingrid Kavelaars (Erin), Kandyse McClure (Elizabeth), Ben Bass (Eric Rasmussen), Zak Santiago Alan (Sam), Alonso Oyarzun (Gabriel), Xantha Radley (Baker), Dave Nystrom (Jock), Jean-Michel Legal (Jacob Rutledge), Haig Sutherland (Keith), Martin Sims (Raymond Jaglom), Crystal Cote’ (Kate Pierce), Cobie Smulders (Deborah)

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The Touch

JeremiahJeremiah and Kurdy follow up on leads about the town of Mayfair – very troubling leads, which they discover are well founded. The town is littered with dead bodies, and no apparent signs of survivors. They travel to a nearby community whose leader, Stenn, has set down an ultra-puritanical code of laws forbidding any two people to make physical contact. Any outsiders – such as Jeremiah and Kurdy – are regarded with extreme suspicion. Jeremiah discovers first-handy that there is a horrifying link to two lingering questions: what happened to the people of Mayfair, and what happens if someone breaks the law and touches another human being?

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directed by Michael Robison
music by Tim Truman

Guest Cast: Peter Stebbings (Marcus Alexander), Byron Lawson (Lee Chen), Ingrid Kavelaars (Erin), J.R. Bourne (Stenn), Jesse Moss (Angus Deveraux), Kirby Morrow (Neal Deveraux), Amber Rothwell (Karin), Gabrielle Miller (Naomi), Jimmy Herman (The Apparition), Kirsten Prout (Elayna), Michèle Bogdanow (Bess), Justin Callan (Nicky), Martin Sims (Raymond Jaglom), Michael Eklund (Vernon Diggs), Ellen Ewuse (Marta), Darren Choo (Mine Guard), Reese Smith (Doctor)

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Mother Of Invention

JeremiahIn keeping with his recent pledge to begin organizing with other communnities, Marcus sends Jeremiah and Kurdy to make contact with a group led by a man known only as “Steve.” When the travelers arrive at their destination, Jeremiah is met by a girl named Michelle, with whom he had a a brief but intense relationship five years earlier. It was Michelle who introduced Jeremiah to the concept of writing letters to his long-dead father, and it is Michelle who’s actually coordinating her community’s rebuilding effort, breaking the glass ceiling by claiming that all of her orders come from “Steve.” But when someone warns Jeremiah and Kurdy that she’s using the “Steve” ruse to squirrel away supplies for herself, Jeremiah worries that she may not be the same person he once knew. He’s even more surprised when Michelle introduces him to her five-year-old son Gabriel – a child who could well be his.

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story by J. Michael Straczynski
directed by Neill Fearnley
music by Graeme Coleman and Tim Truman

Guest Cast: Peter Stebbings (Marcus), Sabrina Grdevich (Michelle), Preston Cook (Doug), Spencer Achtymichuk (Gabe), Janine Cox (Anna), Jessica Heafey (Maxine), Scantone Jones (Martin), Robert Wisden (voice of Devon), Teryl Rothery (voice of Mary), Ryan Drescher (voice of Michael), Devin Douglas Drewitz (voice of young Jeremiah)

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Tripwire

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.

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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)

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Ring Of Truth

JeremiahFollowing up on information given to them by Theo, Jeremiah and Kurdy go to visit a small, tightly-knit community. They make camp on the way and Jeremiah is awakened by what he’s sure is an elephant (though Kurdy doesn’t believe this). When they reach the inn Theo told them about, Jeremiah and Kurdy are stunned when it turns out to be little more than a brothel. They each pair off with a girl for the evening, and Jeremiah finds himself quite taken with Polly, a budding artist who longs to leave the inn and find her missing daughter. She convinces him to challenge Yarbo, the inn’s gruff bouncer, to win her freedom. Kurdy feels he’s better equipped to handle a fight than Jeremiah, and, to make his point, knocks Jeremiah out cold and takes his place in the ring. Though he’s sore later, Kurdy wins Polly’s freedom, and she leads Jeremiah and Kurdy to a nearby circus where Gregory, the father of her little girl, works. Gregory is suspicious of Polly’s sudden arrival, and Polly’s daughter doesn’t even recognize her. Her fight to rebuild her family is just beginning. In the meantime, despite the fact that no one has believed his story of an elephant sighting so far, Jeremiah is eagerly recruited by the circus workers to help them find their wayward starring attraction.

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directed by Ken Girotti
music by Tim Truman

Guest Cast: Polly Shannon (Polly), G. Patrick Currie (Gregory), Alana Husband (Cassandra), Steve Bacic (Patrick Desault), Taras Kostyuk (Yarbo), Geneveive Buechner (China), Heather Feeney (Janine), David Cook (Parker), Michael Langlois (Farmer), Tai the Elephant (Lana)

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Moon In Gemini

JeremiahMarcus wants Jeremiah and Kurdy to make contact with a nearby community to see if they would be willing to exchange resources and information with Thunder Mountain. When they learn that the community is an African-American separatist movement, Kurdy volunteers to go it along until Elizabeth convinces him to take her along as backup. Jeremiah, in the meantime, accompanies Erin on a mission to help her twin sister Lauren. Though the sisters have been estranged for years, ever since Lauren made off with their mother’s jewelry collection (and, according to Erin, traded it for drugs), Erin feels that intervening in her sister’s life is still important, especially when help is requested; when that help involves getting Lauren away from an abusive boyfriend, things become more difficult. In the meantime, Kurdy and Elizabeth receive a cold reception when they visit the separatists – one of their leaders feels that the intruders can’t be allowed to leave their town alive.

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directed by Brad Turner
music by Graeme Coleman

Guest Cast: Peter Stebbings (Marcus), Byron Lawson (Lee Chen), Ingrid Kavelaars (Erin), Jason George (Kwame), Kandyse McClure (Elizabeth), Michasha Armstrong (Raheem), Monique Kavelaars (Lauren), Christian Bocher (Geronimo), Adrian Homes (Gunman)

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Out Of The Ashes

JeremiahJeremiah and Kurdy are sent, without much information, to retrieve some technical books which may still be in a Denver library. As they’re looking over the books – most of which are surprisingly intact and organized – they’re greeted at gunpoint by a man named Edgar, who claims he’s the librarian. Edgar fears that his visitors are with a group of people who come by and take books to use as fuel for a bonfire. Kurdy quickly promises to help Edgar defend the library, while Jeremiah takes off to hide their land rover and find some friends he met the last time he was in Denver. Kurdy’s mission turns out to be more difficult – and painful – than he anticipated, when he discovers that few of the library’s patrons are willing to defend either Edgar or his books.

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excerpts written by J. Michael Straczynski
directed by Brad Turner
music by Tim Truman

Guest Cast: Sarah Strange (Maggie), Jonathon Young (Edgar), Link Baker (Red), Ty Olsson (Rourke), Jy Harris (Male patron), Carolyne Maraghi (Female patron)

Appearing in footage from The Long Road: Jennifer Carmichael

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A Means To An End

JeremiahMarcus has decided to start slowly bringing the leaders of nearby communities to Thunder Mountain to start letting them in on his renaissance plans. Kurdy and Jeremiah are assigned to pick up the first of these visitors – but they’re alarmed when it turns out to be Theo. However, as they’re bringing her back, an upheaval is occurring within Thunder Mountain’s council – which has been left in the dark about Marcus’ plans. Brothers Thomas and Andrew Kincaid, both on the council, hatch plans for a coup to remove Marcus from the council and install Andrew in his place. And as wary as they are of bringing Theo into Thunder Mountain, they plan to use her to prove their point. But with Marcus, the question remains of who leaked word to the Kincaid brothers of his intentions in the first place…

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directed by Mike Vejar
music by Tim Truman

Guest Cast: Peter Stebbings (Marcus Alexander), Kim Hawthorne (Theo), Byron Lawson (Lee Chen), Ingrid Kavelaars (Erin), Kandyse McClure (Elizabeth), Steven Grayhm (Andrew Kincaid), Suzy Joachim (Megan), Gabriel Mann (Thomas Kincaid), Crystal Cote’ (Kate Pierce), Martin Sims (Raymond Jaglom), Suzanne Bastien (Council Member), Thomas Milburn Jr. (Medic)

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Things Left Unsaid – Part I

JeremiahMarcus is making plans for a vital summit meeting of community leaders, requiring an all-or-nothing outlay of Thunder Mountain’s resources (particularly vehicles). But what seems like a well-orchestrated plan starts to unravel when Jeremiah and Kurdy uncover evidence that Lee Chen, Marcus’ right-hand man and chief of security, is a double agent for Valhalla Sector, and has removed pages from Simon’s journal of contacts and clues. When Jeremiah confronts Lee with this accusation, Lee disappears from Thunder Mountain – and Kurdy finds the missing journal page, mentioning the Brothers of the Apocalypse and the second coming of the Big Death.

With the summit plans compromised, Marcus now faces the prospect of continuing with his mission and exposing himself and everyone attending the summit to attack. Jeremiah and Kurdy set out to track down the Brothers of the Apocalypse, but do so without Marcus’ blessing – and a warning that they won’t be welcome at Thunder Mountain if they leave the base at this critical moment. Jeremiah is ready to take that risk, but Kurdy is furious with him for making that decision for both of them. Kurdy promises that when Jeremiah has located the Brothers of the Apocalypse, he’s going to take the land rover back to Thunder Mountain, and Jeremiah will be on his own.

The trail of clues leads Jeremiah back to Clarefield and Theo, who tells him where the Brothers have set up their makeshift monastery. Jeremiah and Kurdy do indeed find a group of monks there, all of whom are revealed to be in their forties or older: survivors of the Big Death. And they do, in fact, know that the disease could experience a resurgence soon, this time wiping out all life on Earth.

Elizabeth comes to Clarefield, on assignment to pick up Theo for the summit, but when she learns that Jeremiah and Kurdy have visited Theo, she diverts from her mission and tries to find them. But Lee Chen has tipped off his masters at Valhalla Sector, knowing that Jeremiah and Kurdy will be looking for the Brothers of the Apocalypse, and a vicious ambush ensues. Elizabeth is shot, and Jeremiah discovers that Ezekiel, a mysterious man who has claimed in the past to be his brother, is with the monks. Kurdy, furious that Jeremiah’s reckless risk-taking has left the life of the woman he loves in jeopardy, takes the Land Rover and leaves Jeremiah to fend for himself. Knowing now that the summit is in danger, Jeremiah and Ezekiel set out on foot to try to prevent a disaster.

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directed by Mike Vejar
music by Tim Truman

Guest Cast: Peter Stebbings (Marcus), Kim Hawthorne (Theo), Ingrid Kavelaars (Erin), Byron Lawson (Lee Chen), Kandyse McClure (Elizabeth), David McCallum (Clarence), Alex Zahara (Ezekiel), David Abbott (Second Brother), Jessica Amlee (Little Girl), Simon Wong (Phil)

Appearing in footage from Journeys End In Lovers Meeting: Krista Rae (Constance), Alessandro Juliani (David)

Appearing in footage from The Long Road: Daniel Gillies (Simon), Curtis Bechdholt (Matthew)

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Things Left Unsaid – Part II

JeremiahDespite receiving medical attention, Elizabeth dies as a result of her injuries. Before she dies, she makes Kurdy promise to find Jeremiah and help him. He reluctantly agrees to do this, but her death leaves him devastated – and angry. In the meantime, Jeremiah is on the trail of the final clue, and man named Wylie who supposedly knows all the pieces of the puzzle – who caused the Big Death to happen, and who could have prevented it, and who’s in charge of Valhalla Sector. Ezekiel tries to stop Jeremiah from finding him, but Jeremiah leaves him behind, determined to follow the clues to wherever they lead him.

Near St. Louis, Marcus and his entourage from Thunder Mountain set up shop in an open-air stadium – enclosed enough to provide some security, but open enough to allow escape in a worst-case scenario. There are concerns about weapons and the possibility that someone may use this gathering to wipe out dozens or hundreds of communities’ leaders in one attack, but Marcus presses on, convinced that the benefits will outweigh the risks. Jeremiah finds Wylie, who reveals the Big Death’s origins – a top secret U.S. government bioweapons experiment which spread like wildfire when it was tested by undercover operatives in overpopulated India. Only two men know the exact formula for the virus, and only one of them discovered an antidote: Jeremiah’s father. Both of them, along with the President of the United States and the Joint Chiefs of Staff, sequestered themselves in the underground complex at the almost-impervious Valhalla Sector military base on the east coast, along with other scientists. Both dove and hawk factions existed when Valhalla Sector was sealed from the outside world, and no one knows who’s in control now. And Wylie also knows that the Big Death is coming back, mutating into a new form that will wipe out victims of all ages.

But that’s all Wylie reveals to Jeremiah before they’re attacked by armed men, again in the employ of Valhalla Sector, and Wylie is killed. Ezekiel appears from out of nowhere again, but he too is gunned down while trying to save Jeremiah. Kurdy also arrives just in time to see Jeremiah put into a Valhalla Sector helicopter and taken away. And in the stadium, Marcus’ worst fears about the summit have come true – Valhalla Sector commandoes attack from the air, and a fierce fight ensues between them and some of the better-armed attendees. Marcus and Erin are captured and taken back to Valhalla Sector, where, unknown to them, a father-and-son reunion is now taking place.

Order the DVDsDownload this episode via Amazon's Unboxwritten by J. Michael Straczynski
excerpts written by Sam Egan
directed by Mike Vejar
music by Tim Truman

Guest Cast: Peter Stebbings (Marcus), Kim Hawthorne (Theo), Ingrid Kavelaars (Erin), Jody Racicot (Wylie), Kandyse McClure (Elizabeth), Robert Wisden (Devon), Dion Johnstone (Nathan), Alex Zahara (Ezekiel), Simon Wong (Phil), Sophie Olson (Cheerleader), Peter Grier (Driver), Ben Cotton (Bartender), Phillip Mitchell (Guy), Rob Hayter (Soldier)

Appearing in footage from Things Left Unsaid Part I: Byron Lawson (Lee Chen), David McCallum (Clarence)

Appearing in footage from The Long Road: Teryl Rothery (Mary), Ryan Drescher (Michael), Devin Douglas Drewitz (young Jeremiah)

Appearing in footage from The Bag: Nelson Leis (Jimmy Holcomb)

Appearing in footage from City Of Roses: Robert Moloney (Farralon)

Appearing in footage from The Touch: Michele Bogdanow (Bess), Justin Callan (Nicky)

Appearing in footage from Man Of Iron, Woman Under Glass: Tyler Williamson (young John)

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Letters From The Other Side

JeremiahJeremiah, Marcus and Erin are reunited in cells in Valhalla Sector, where Marcus is ruthlessly interrogated about his involvement in an “attempt to overthrow the United States government.” Jeremiah, on the other hand, is escorted to a personal meeting with the man who seems to be in control of that government. The President asks Jeremiah to talk his father into revealing the secrets of the out-of-control bioweapon that the world knows as the Big Death – but, if Jeremiah refuses to cooperate, his life will be used as a pawn to force his father to tell the President what he knows. Jeremiah is reunited with his father, meeting his research assistant Libby in the process, but both men know that their reunion has put them in a dangerous position: the President’s men won’t touch Devon, but as a bargaining chip, Jeremiah is expendable – and the moment he talks, so is Devon.

In the meantime, Kurdy is still on the run from Valhalla Sector search parties and helicopters, and he meets a man who claims that God wants Kurdy to stop running and surrender. Kurdy keeps running until he’s cornered – by none other than Lee Chen, Marcus’ traitorous right-hand-man. But now Lee claims to be working for Jeremiah’s father, and wants to return to Thunder Mountain with Marcus’ help. Lee wants to use Megan, the Big Death-infected woman living in Thunder Mountain’s isolation lab, as a way to secure the release of Valhalla Sector’s prisoners – and if it means saving Marcus’ life, Megan is willing to hand herself over. But the shadow government within Valhalla Sector doesn’t want Megan or Devon’s research to contain the Big Death. They want the ability to selectively deploy the disease as a weapon to ensure their dominance over the world.

Season 2 Regular Cast: Luke Perry (Jeremiah), Malcolm Jamal-Warner (Kurdy), Joanne Kelly (Liberty “Libby” Kaufman), Sean Astin (Mister Smith)

Order the DVDswritten by J. Michael Straczynski
series based on the comic book by Hermann Huppen
directed by Martin Wood
music by Tim Truman
series main theme by Tim Truman

Guest Cast: Peter Stebbings (Marcus), Ingrid Kavelaars (Erin), Byron Lawson (Lee Chen), Michael David Simms (General), Robert Wisden (Devon), Suzy Joachim (Megan), Robert Foxworth (The President), Garfield Wilson (Cell Guard), Robin Mossley (Interrogator)

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Letters From The Other Side – Part II

JeremiahKurdy has to do some fast talking to convince Thunder Mountain’s remaining personnel to stage a desperate assault on Valhalla Sector, with a prisoner exchange – Megan for Marcus, Erin, Jeremiah and Devin – serving as a distraction. But Valhalla Sector’s “President” and his advisors have only released Marcus and Erin, and Kurdy’s lightning raid forces Valhalla Sector’s troops to keep the door open long enough for the helicopter carrying Megan to land…and then the base is sealed off from nuclear, conventional and biological attack. Once inside, Megan grimly sets about the task of making physical contact with as many people as she can. Valhalla Sector’s sealed biosphere is set to open automatically in a matter of days, by which time the Big Death will have been set loose again. But can any survivors trapped inside – namely Jeremiah, Devon and Libby – ever be allowed to leave the base again?

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directed by Martin Wood
music by Tim Truman

Guest Cast: Peter Stebbings (Marcus), Ingrid Kavelaars (Erin), Byron Lawson (Lee Chen), Michael David Simms (General), Robert Wisden (Devon), Suzy Joachim (Megan), Robert Foxworth (The President), Garfield Wilson (Cell Guard), Adam Harrington (Team Leader), Colin Lawrence (Team Leader), Jason McKinnon (Communications Soldier), James Michalopoulos (Sniper), Darcy Laurie (NORAD Guy)

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Strange Attractors

JeremiahJeremiah’s father stays behind with a team at Valhalla Sector to ensure that the facility – and the Big Death outbreak – is secure. Jeremiah and the others return to Thunder Mountain, with Libby and Mr. Smith in tow. Traumatized by her recent reacquaintance with the Big Death, Libby isn’t interested in taking on any new assignments. Devon contacts Marcus to tell him that the other prisoners taken in Valhalla Sector’s raid of the St. Louis meeting are in imminent danger of being killed in a town called Millhaven, one of Valhalla Sector’s frequent supply stops. Familiar with Millhaven, and known to its people as someone from Valhalla Sector, Libby reluctantly agrees to accompany Jeremiah on a mission to distract Millhaven’s leaders while Kurdy and Mr. Smith lead an assault team to rescue Theo and the other prisoners. The mission is successful in terms of releasing the prisoners, but Millhaven’s leader escapes after learning the truth of what happened at Valhalla Sector – and he begins making his own plans.

Order the DVDswritten by J. Michael Straczynski
directed by Charles Winkler
music by Tim Truman

Guest Cast: Peter Stebbings (Marcus), Ingrid Kavelaars (Erin), Kim Hawthorne (Theo), Robert Wisden (Devon), Aaron Douglas (Millhaven Leader), Biski Gugushe (Steve), Travis MacDonald (Guy), Jake Moyer (Guard), Rob Hayter (Guard), Dana Pemberton (Norader), Morley MacDougall (Traveler)

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Deus Ex Machina

JeremiahMarcus picks up where he left off, trying to unite various communities and factions to stave off the anarchy that has reigned since the Big Death. Counting on Theo for support, Marcus is somewhat surprised when she is uncharactertistically quiet during the contentious meetings. Kurdy, still refusing to work with Jeremiah, insists that Mr. Smith is his new partner, but he’s unaware that his mysterious benefactor has created and begun using a simple camera – and he’s upset when Marcus refuses to accept Smith so readily. Theo and Marcus are especially worried about a town leader named Daniel, who has a dangerous reputation – and a lot of pull with those who have even heard of him. Marcus pairs Kurdy with a man named Trent, and sends them to make contact with a particularly dangerous group – a mission that nearly gets Kurdy killed, something averted only by the sudden appearance of Mr. Smith, who seems to single-handedly disperse the gang holding Kurdy and Trent hostage. When an agent sent by Daniel arrives at Thunder Mountain and tries to steal the thunder from Marcus’ meeting, Theo steps forward to announce her preference for Marcus’ vision of a new world and a new government – because, to everyone’s surprise, she’s pregnant.

Order the DVDswritten by J. Michael Straczynski
directed by Mike Vejar
music by Tim Truman

Guest Cast: Peter Stebbings (Marcus), Ingrid Kavelaars (Erin), Kim Hawthorne (Theo), Byron Lawson (Lee Chen), David Palfey (Vincent), Scott Heindl (Thug), Kavan Smith (Trent), Adrian Holmes (Sandor), Craig Veroni (Hernandez), David Quinlan (Worker)

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Rites Of Passage

JeremiahJeremiah is nervous about his father’s upcoming visit to Thunder Mountain, and yet can barely find words when they have time to talk. Libby interrupts their uneasy reunion, claiming that Devon is needed to fix a technical problem. But her real reason for interrupting, as Jeremiah finds out, is to give him a letter – one written by Devon, in the event of his death, for Libby to someday take to Jeremiah. The letter apologizes for the death of Jeremiah’s mother, killed in an attempt to escape Valhalla Sector with Devon and Simon, the young son of the virologist responsible for the Big Death.

Order the DVDswritten by Sara “Samm” Barnes
excerpts written by J. Michael Straczynski
directed by Martin Wood
music by Tim Truman

Guest Cast: Peter Stebbings (Marcus), Ingrid Kavelaars (Erin), Kim Hawthorne (Theo), Robert Wisden (Devon), Teryl Rothery (Mary), Christopher Heyerdahl (Paul Weill), Maddy Capozzi (Kid), Ryan Hale (Simon), Noah Beggs (Valhalla soldier), Sean Campbell (Valhalla soldier), Darryl Scheelar (Valhalla soldier), Deryl Hayes (Valhalla soldier)

Appearing in footage from The Long Road: Ryan Drescher (Michael), Devin Douglas Drewitz (young Jeremiah)

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The Mysterious Mr. Smith

JeremiahAs promised, Jeremiah “takes over” the town of Millhaven, running it as a far more benevolent community than its previous self-appointed “mayor.” With Marcus’ full support and with Libby in tow, Jeremiah restores freedom and a more neighborly feel to the town, but his reward is skepticism from the townsfolk when an emissary from Daniel arrives to take custody of a traveling family with information about Daniel’s fledgling government. Jeremiah refuses to hand the family over, and the people of Millhaven quickly lose faith in him for fear that they will be on the receiving end of Daniel’s retribution. In the meantime, Kurdy discovers that his new partner, Mr. Smith, has not only been leaving and returning to Thunder Mountain at odd hours, but he’s also created a primitive camera and has been photographing the interior of the base. Kurdy follows Smith out of the mountain, determined to discover the truth about Smith’s secretive agenda.

Order the DVDswritten by J. Michael Straczynski
directed by Mike Vejar
music by Tim Truman

Guest Cast: Peter Stebbings (Marcus), Derek Hamilton (Charles), Jeniffer Copping (Leah), Tom Scholte (James), Michael P. Northey (Richard), Michael Telgen (Frank), Stuart Pierre (Traveler), Richard Harmon (Madison), Jason Bryden (Mike), Dana Pemberton (Clete), Alex Rae (Dave), Norm Sherry (Bartender), Alicia Thorgrimsson (Teller), Tamara Lashley (Teller), Grayson Hosie (Teller), Jay Hilliker (Teller), Nicola Anderson (Teller), Emmanuel Belliveau (Norader guy)

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Voices In The Dark

JeremiahA celebration is held in Millhaven to honor Jeremiah’s victory over Daniel’s armed thugs. But the party nearly becomes a wake when aman in the crowd, receiving orders from Daniel through a walkie-talkie, tries to assassinate Jeremiah in full view of everyone present. Though Jeremiah is shot, the wound is not fatal, and the gunman then fails to kill himself as ordered. Jeremiah feels that Marcus needs to learn more about Daniel’s movement sooner rather than later, but when Marcus doesn’t act on that suggestion, Jeremiah asks Kurdy and Mr. Smith to help. The three visit a city under Daniel’s control, finding that luxuries such as water and electricity can be found there – but so can dissenters in the ranks of Daniel’s army…at least, Jeremiah hopes so when one of these defectors is taken back to Thunder Mountain.

Order the DVDswritten by J. Michael Straczynski
directed by Martin Wood
music by Tim Truman

Guest Cast: Peter Stebbings (Marcus), Francoise Yip (Rachel), Doron Bell Jr. (Adam), Michael P. Northey (Richard), Adrian Hughes (Karl Stevenson), Gaston Howard (Foreman), Cody Laudan (Prisoner), Rob Daly (Enforcer), Lance Gibson (Enforcer), Melissa Barker-Sauer (Dancer), Ted Kozma (Bypasser), Essra Vischon (Onlooker), Alessandro Juliani (voice of Daniel)

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Crossing Jordan

JeremiahKurdy and Smith convince the leaders of the town of Ridgeway to join Marcus’ alliance to stand up to the spread of Daniel’s forces, promising that Thunder Mountain will stand with them if Daniel threatens. Their next stop is a town where Kurdy feels that Jeremiah’s presence will help to sway the town leaders over to joining the alliance. Libby, pregnant with Jeremiah’s child, insists on going along, though he is troubled by his latest revelation from God. When the four travelers from Thunder Mountain arrive, they find a receptive audience in the town’s leaders, but somehow, Daniel’s thugs, led by the fanatically violent Sims, have learned where Jeremiah and Kurdy are headed next. Jeremiah and Kurdy learn that Ridgeway has all but been wiped off the map by Daniel, and find only a lone survivor. Jeremiah and Kurdy race back to the town, where Smith is helping to organize a defense against Daniel. But Smith is also plagued by his latest revelation, something which tells him that Libby will soon die – but without telling him at whose hands, or why.

Order the DVDswritten by J. Michael Straczynski
directed by Mario Azzopardi
music by Tim Truman

Guest Cast: John Pyper-Ferguson (Sims), Michael Teigen (Frank), Ocean Hellman (Barbara), Kirsten Williamson (Sheila), Jon Cuthbert (Rod), Stephen Park (David), Matthew Currie Holmes (Keith), Dean Marshall (Gary), C.J. Jackman-Zigante (Woman with basket), Alessandro Juliani (voice of Daniel)

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Running On Empty

JeremiahJeremiah drops everything to pursue vengeance – he’ll stop at nothing to kill Sims in order to avenge Libby’s death. Elsewhere, Sims and his thugs continue their campaign of terror. Marcus and Erin arrive from Thunder Mountain, and Marcus makes a surprising announcement: he’s ready to help Jeremiah find Sims, no matter what it takes. Jeremiah can have his revenge, and the attacks that are steadily eroding confidence in the alliance will come to an end – at least for now. Marcus hatches a plan to draw Sims and his men out into the open, with the intention of either finishing them off or taking prisoners who can tell him more about Daniel’s operation. Jeremiah, on the other hand, may not be feeling merciful enough to take any prisoners…

Order the DVDswritten by J. Michael Straczynski
directed by Martin Wood
music by Tim Truman

Guest Cast: Peter Stebbings (Marcus), Ingrid Kavelaars (Erin), Michael Teigen (Frank), Jon Cuthbert (Rod), D. Harlan Cutshall (Driver), Santo Lombardo (Nick), D. Neil Mark (Man)

Appearing in footage from Crossing Jordan: Joanne Kelly (Libby)

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The Question

JeremiahAt Thunder Mountain, Smith learns that he may never regain the use of the arm that took a bullet in his shootout with Libby, a shootout whose details he’s still keeping secret from everyone else. Not so secret is the fact that Thunder Mountain is going to have to raise an army of its own keep standing up against the forces of Daniel – and once enough recruits show up, Kurdy is expected to train them into an effective fighting force. Skeptical of his leadership abilities, Kurdy turns out to be better than anyone else expected of him. But even that may not be enough to keep his recruits alive when they find themselves thrust into a real firefight.

Order the DVDswritten by J. Michael Straczynski
directed by Mario Azzopardi
music by Tim Truman

Guest Cast: Peter Stebbings (Marcus), Nicholas Cleary (Kent), Enid-Raye Adams (Gina), Michael Adamthwaite (Ed), Lara Azzopardi (Brianna), Kerri Smith (Leader), Kevan Ohtsji (Leader), Adrian Holmes (Leader)

Appearing in footage from Man Of Iron, Woman Under Glass: Suzy Joachim (Megan)

Notes: Enid-Raye Adams also appeared in J. Michael Straczynski’s Babylon 5: The Legend Of The Rangers, as the Minbari healer Firell.

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The Past Is Prologue

JeremiahAgainst his better judgement, Kurdy takes on Chen Lee as backup for his next assignment, returning to a city where he once lived before his travels began with Jeremiah. Chen Lee still hasn’t regained the trust of anyone at Thunder Mountain since his betrayal of the alliance, but Kurdy finds that he’s not much more welcome when he returns to his old stomping grounds. He was a gang member there, but ran for his life – and watched his few friends die – when the gang went from foraging for survival necessities to cold-blooded murder. On the road, Jeremiah is stranded and looks for the nearest town, but when he finds shelter, he’s given drugged food and wakes up in a nicely-furnished home with a wife and son who aren’t his. Everything in the house claims that it’s 2004 – 17 years in the past – and even the woman who’s posing as his wife seems to think that every day she wakes up there is going to be a great day. But no one ever leaves the house, and Jeremiah realizes that this piece of the past is now his prison.

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directed by Mike Vejar
music by Tim Truman

Guest Cast: Stefanie von Pfetten (Sandra), Byron Lawson (Lee Chen), Enid-Raye Adams (Gina), Ronald Selmour (Ike), Kurt Evans (Ben), Eliza Norbury (Lisa), Brad Mooney (Jimmy), Patrick Gallagher (Tony), Travis Watters (Gang One), Ikkee Battle (Man), Anthony McRae (Cal)

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