Pezzini finds it tempting to call in sick and stay in bed all day – with Conchobar – but decides to go to work anyway. Not long after she leaves, however, a band of masked thugs burst into her apartment and kidnap Conchobar. Like him, they’re Irish nationals, but they have no personal interest in him. To his captors, Conchobar is valuable only as a bargaining chip they hope to use to lure his brother, an IRA terrorist, out into the open. Pezzini goes above and beyond the call of duty to find who has taken her lover and where he’s been taken – and she even begins to use powers beyond those granted by her badge to this end. The terrorists want not only money, but the Witchblade itself – and when Kenneth Irons refuses to help her retrieve it, Sara Pezzini finds herself up against the invincible might of her own weapon…and an infinite well of rage and hatred tapped by the death of someone very close to her.
teleplay by Richard C. Okie
story by Ralph Hemecker & Richard C. Okie
directed by James Whitmore Jr.
music by Joel Goldsmith
Guest Cast: Nestor Serrano (Captain Dante), John Hensley (Gabriel Bowman), Kim De Lury (Conchobar), Trent McMullen (Sean), Deborah Pollitt (Terrorist), Dree MacDonald (Terrorist), Brendan Wall (Terrorist), Tracy Shreve (?), Johnie Chase (?), Kevin Rushton (?), Nenna Abuwa (?)
LogBook entry by Earl Green