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45 - Crackdown

Original title : Crackdown
First Aired : 04.10.1999 (USA) 27.02.2000 (FRANCE)
Director : Allan Kroeker
Writing credits : Paul Gertz & Cory Tynan
Cast : Lisa Howard (Captian Lili Marquette), Barry Flatman (President Thompson), Richard Zeppieri (Tate), Frank Moore (Huble Urick), Victor Ertmanis (Bob Anders), Chandra West (Vosser), Kathrine Ashby (Emily Langford)

The Story : President Thompson declares a state of emergency to crush the resistance while Liam and Auger try to prove that the resistance was not behind the assasination attempt of President Thompson.

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46 - The Vanished

Original title : The Vanished
First Aired : 11.10.1999 (USA) 05.03.2000 (FRANCE)
Director : Allan Kroeker
Writing credits : Cory Tynan
Cast : Lisa Howard (Captian Lili Marquette), Greg Ellwand (Lawrence Jantzen), Chandra West (Erica Vosser), Richard Zeppieri (Tate), Shannon Hile (Claire Jantzen), Matt Redmond (Ty Jantzen)

The Story : Liam and Augur discover that Volunteers all over the world are breaking into homes and arresting civillians. Meanwhile, Sandoval genetically alters Lili and sends her off into space.

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47 - Emancipation

Original title : Emancipation
First Aired : 18.10.1999 (USA) 12.03.2000 (FRANCE)
Director : Ross Clyde
Writing credits : Howard Chaykin
Cast : Liam Kincaid (Robert Leeshock), Ron Sandoval (Von Flores), Da'an (Leni Parker), Augur (Richard Chevolleau), Zo'or (Anita La Selva), Renee Palmer (Jayne Heitmeyer), Dr Linford (Ylfa Edelstein), Ehrengraf (Lori Alter), Lockhart (Richard Eden), Gregos Dinesen (Barry Blake), Peter (Sean Gallagher), Alan (Peter Mensah)

The Story : Liam learns more about the skrills while searching for the missing skrill queen.

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48 - Déjà vu

Original title : Déjà vu
First Aired : 25.10.1999 (USA) 19.03.2000 (FRANCE)
Director : Brenton Spencer
Writing credits : Ethlie Ann Vare
Cast : Terri Hawkes (Dr Cleo Lazar), Majel Barrett (Dr. Belman)

The Story : A new Taelon/Doors venture that allows people to relive their most cherished memories may not be what it appears four people supposedly died from overloaded synapses.

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49 - Once and Future World

Original title : Once and Future World
First Aired : 01.11.1999 (USA) 26.03.2000 (FRANCE)
Director : James Head
Writing credits : George Geiger
Cast : Liam Kincaid (Robert Leeshock), Lili Marquette (Lisa Howard), Ron Sandoval (Von Flores), Da'an (Leni Parker), Augur (Richard Chevolleau), Jonathan Doors (David Hemblen), Zo'or (Anita La Selva), Gonsalves (Diego Fuentes), Rennee Palmer (Jayne Heitmeyer), Vera Rizzori (Ramona Milano)

The Story : Liam and Renee investigate taelon artefacts on of which leads to the discovery of Ma'el's ship.

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50 - Thicker Than Blood

Original title : Thicker Than Blood
First Aired : 08.11.1999 (USA) 02.04.2000 (FRANCE)
Director : James Head
Writing credits : George Geiger
Cast : Christina Cox (Halley Simmons)

The Story : Da'an hires a professional hit man to seek out Augur. Liam and Renee meet with 10 Resistance leaders whose cells have been discovered and destroyed. In order to avoid one cell from crushing the entire network in the future, Liam proposes that he be the only communication link between cells. Sandoval learns that he will die unless he gets a blood transfusion from an immediate family relative.

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51 - A Little Bit of Heaven

Original title : A Little Bit of Heaven
First Aired : 15.11.1999 (USA) 09.04.2000 (FRANCE)
Director : Brenton Spencer
Writing credits : Howard Chaykin
Cast : Liam Kincaid (Robert Leeshock), Lili Marquette (Lisa Howard), Ron Sandoval (Von Flores), Da'an (Leni Parker), Augur (Richard Chevolleau), Jonathan Doors (David Hemblen), Zo'or (Anita La Selva), Rennee Palmer (Jane Heitmeyer), Docteur Park (Janet Laine Green), Steve Hartley (Max Piersig), Belle Hartley (reagan Paternak), Carrie Drake (Jennifer Foster), Sheriff Bob Highland (Andrew Arlie), Adolescente (Julie Watson)

The Story : A woman barely escapes from the small town of Taelonville, Indiana through an ID Portal, the woman's three-month-old fetus was removed, possibly by ID technology. Zo'or denies the use of ID technology to perform non-invasive surgery. Liam arrives in Taelonville to investigate.

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52 - Pad'Ar

Original title : Pad'Ar
First Aired : 22.11.1999 (USA) 16.04.2000 (FRANCE)
Director : Ross Clyde
Writing credits : Paul Gertz & Howard Chaykin
Cast : Mark Lutz (Vernon Getz)

The Story : Liam investigates if Jack Patches, that allow fans of the combat game Pa'dar to feel the feelings of the warriors, causes seizures.

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53 - In Memory

Original title : In Memory
First Aired : 29.11.1999 (USA) 23.04.2000 (FRANCE)
Director : Terry Ingram
Writing credits : Cory Tynan
Cast : Lisa Howard (Captian Lili Marquette), Richard Zeppieri (Frank Tate), J.C. MacKenzie (Dr. Micheal Reed), John Bougious (Colonel Bramson)

The Story : Lili awakens as a beam locks on to the shuttle. A Jaridian enters the shuttle as a Taelon warship arrives, engaging the shuttle in battle. Later, Lili finds herself to be a patient at a military hospital. Dr Reed tells Lili that she has been in a coma and that her CVI has been removed. Liam arrives to tell Lili that she has lost 3 years of her life and that the Taelons are gone after the Jaridians defeated them. She also learns she is responsible for saving Earth and Sandoval is scheduled to be executed. After Colonel Bramson debriefed her, Lili learns that Sandoval's last request is to speak with her. She agrees when she realizes that this will be her only chance to find out why Sandoval sent her out on the shuttle. However, Sandoval only reveals to Lili that he now has his own resistance, made up of faithful Taelon followers, who will kill her. Meeting Augur, Lili finds out that he is the CEO of a large company with a wife and a child. Watching Lili and Augur, Dr Reed and Bramson discuss the need to win Lili's trust. That night, Liam thwarts an assassination attempt that Tate made on her life. The following day after security is tightened outside her room, Dr Reed suggests that watching Sandoval's execution may aid in Lili's recovery. The Jaridians developed an elaborate scheme to trick Lili into repairing a Taelon ID drive, changing the fate of Earth.

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54 - The Cloister

Original title : The Cloister
First Aired : 06.12.1999 (USA) 30.04.2000 (FRANCE)
Director : Ross Clyde
Writing credits : Ethlie Van Vare
Cast : Marina Sirtis (Sister Margrette), Liam Kincaid (Robert Leeshock), Lili Marquette (Lisa Howard), Ron Sandoval (Von Flores), Da'an (Leni Parker), Augur (Richard Chevolleau), Jonathan Doors (David Hemblen), Zo'or (Anita La Selva), Rennee Palmer (Jane Heitmeyer), Sister Elisabeth (Danielle Brett), Sister Jenna (Karen Glave), "Rabbit" (James Key), Mitch Corelli (Bill MacDonald)

The Story : The Companions are invited to join with a religious order in a ceremony. The group is made up entirely of women and seeks that special spiritual connection with the Taelons that will bring them to an enlightened state. Liam finds a former resistance member, Elizabeth, in the group. During the ceremony, the Companions share their energy with The Cloister. Worried about the possible security leak, Liam and Renee have to stop Elizabeth from telling the cult everything.

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55 - Interview

Original title : Interview
First Aired : 17.01.2000 (USA) 07.05.2000 (FRANCE)
Director : Brenton Spencer
Writing credits : Paul Gertz & Cory Tynan
Cast : Peter Keleghan (Eli), Liam Kincaid (Robert Leeshock), Lili Marquette (Lisa Howard), Ron Sandoval (Von Flores), Da'an (Leni Parker), Augur (Richard Chevolleau), Jonathan Doors (David Hemblen), Zo'or (Anita La Selva), Rennee Palmer (Jane Heitmeyer), Shelly George (Ellen Durbin), Eli Hanson (Peter Keleghan), Troy Sarrazin (James Kidnie)

The Story : A reporter after being exposed to Taelon radiation seeks to expose the Taelons during a live television interview with Zo'or by airing secret Taelon video.

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56 - Keep Your Enemies Closer

Original title : Keep Your Enemies Closer
First Aired : 24.01.2000 (USA) 14.05.2000 (FRANCE)
Director : Terry Ingram
Writing credits : George Geiger
Cast : Liam Kincaid (Robert Leeshock), Lili Marquette (Lisa Howard), Ron Sandoval (Von Flores), Da'an (Leni Parker), Augur (Richard Chevolleau), Jonathan Doors (David Hemblen), Zo'or (Anita La Selva), Rennee Palmer (Jane Heitmeyer), T'Than (Michelle Nolden), Naraina (Fiona Loewi), Byron Durrant (Geza, Kovacs), Kyle (Robert Seeliger), Jason (Caleb Marshall)

The Story : Zo'or and Liam crash in a remote area of Wyoming. Naraina Durrant, a resident of a local commune of natural purists known as the Children of the Earth, rescues Liam from his crash bubble and assists him in his search for Zo'or. Meanwhile Zo'or's bitter rival T'than calles an emergency meeting to propose Da'an take Zo'or's place as the Synod leader.

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57 - Subterfuge

Original title : Subterfuge
First Aired : 31.01.2000 (USA) 21.05.2000 (FRANCE)
Director : Drew Potter
Writing credits : Ethlie Ann Vare
Cast : Tamara Gorski (Hannah)

The Story : Zo'or discuses with Ro'am, the Latin American Companion, his idea to make President Thompson an advisor to the Synod. Sandoval approaches Tonio Arias, Ro'am's Protector, and secretly attaches a microchip to Tonio's skrill. Ro'am and Tonio are killed while travelling in the ID Portal. T'than becomes suspicious of Zo'or because Ro'am's death shifts the balance of power in the Synod in Zo'or favour.

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58 - Scorched Earth

Original title : Scorched Earth
First Aired : 07.02.2000 (USA) 28.05.2000 (FRANCE)
Director : Miles Dale
Writing credits : Howard Chaykin
Cast : Liam Kincaid (Robert Leeshock), Lili Marquette (Lisa Howard), Ron Sandoval (Von Flores), Da'an (Leni Parker), Augur (Richard Chevolleau), Jonathan Doors (David Hemblen), Zo'or (Anita La Selva), Rennee Palmer (Jane Heitmeyer), Dennis Robillard (Simon MacCorkindale)

The Story : Liam and Renee learn that the Taelons secretly inhabited the Earth during the SI War and used a weapon of mass destruction to further their cause.

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59 - Sanctuary

Original title : Sanctuary
First Aired : 14.02.2000 (USA) 04.06.2000 (FRANCE)
Director : Michael Robison
Writing credits : Howard Chaykin
Cast : Liam Kincaid (Robert Leeshock), Lili Marquette (Lisa Howard), Ron Sandoval (Von Flores), Da'an (Leni Parker), Augur (Richard Chevolleau), Jonathan Doors (David Hemblen), Zo'or (Anita La Selva), Rennee Palmer (Jane Heitmeyer), T'Than (Michelle Nolden), Mit'Gai (Anaya Farrell), Kelly (Kerry McPherson), Tom (Caley Wilson), Max (Shawn Ashmore), Docteur DeParis (Heather Hodgson), Saied (Marvin Ishmael)

The Story : When Zo'or contacts an ancient deadly plague for which there is no known cause or cure, Renee suggests to Liam that the virus could be used to create a biological weapon to fight the Taelons. She recruits Augur to research the virus and it's potential.

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60 - Through Your Eyes

Original title : Through Your Eyes
First Aired : 21.02.2000 (USA) 11.06.2000 (FRANCE)
Director : Brenton Spencer
Writing credits : Marcus Miller From a Story by Cory Tynan & Marcus Miller
Cast : Liam Kincaid (Robert Leeshock), Lili Marquette (Lisa Howard), Ron Sandoval (Von Flores), Da'an (Leni Parker), Augur (Richard Chevolleau), Jonathan Doors (David Hemblen), Zo'or (Anita La Selva), Rennee Palmer (Jane Heitmeyer), Hubble Urick (Frank Moore), Scott Pierce (Steve Bacic), Docteur Fields (Michael Fawkes), Deegan (Leif Anderson), Erica Pierce (Kathryn Zenna), Butler (Donald Carrier)

The Story : At the Taelon Embassy, Da'an shows reporters the Taelon Galactic Database. A sniper fires a Pulse Gun that penetrates the virtual glass of the embassy. Liam and Da'an are stunned to see gaping holes in the virtual glass that is impervious to all human weapons. Sandoval and Liam find the Hammerlin CD-57 Pulse Gun and the transducer. Sandoval tells Liam he does not want the media informed. Later, Sandoval informs Zo'or that he has leaked all the information to the media, as per their plan. Augur identifies Scott Pierce from a webcam as the shooter, but discovers that Pierce is a patient at St John's Neurological Centre. On the Mothership, Zo'or transfers his energy into Pierce's comatose body to convince humans to ban energy weapons that could threaten the Taelons.

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61 - Time Bomb

Original title : Time Bomb
First Aired : 28.02.2000 (USA) 18.06.2000 (FRANCE)
Director : Ross Clyde
Writing credits : George Geiger
Cast : Liam Kincaid (Robert Leeshock), Lili Marquette (Lisa Howard), Ron Sandoval (Von Flores), Da'an (Leni Parker), Augur (Richard Chevolleau), Jonathan Doors (David Hemblen), Zo'or (Anita La Selva), Rennee Palmer (Jane Heitmeyer), T'Than (Michelle Nolden), Julianus (Richard McMillan), Docteur Kerlew (Anne Openshaw), Peter Sayers (Peter Lamon)

The Story : A Roman citizen is awoken uboard Ma'el's ship to pronounce jugement against the taelons.

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62 - The Fields

Original title : The Fields
First Aired : 17.04.2000 (USA) 24.06.2000 (FRANCE)
Director : John Stead
Writing credits : Cory Tynan
Cast : Lindy Booth (Gina Richardson), Liam Kincaid (Robert Leeshock), Lili Marquette (Lisa Howard), Ron Sandoval (Von Flores), Da'an (Leni Parker), Augur (Richard Chevolleau), Jonathan Doors (David Hemblen), Zo'or (Anita La Selva), Rennee Palmer (Jane Heitmeyer), Révérend Murray (Peter Krantz), Devon (Barna Moricz), Gina (Lindy Booth), Samuel (Sten Eirik)

The Story : Liam is asked by a Church of the Companions member, Devon, to help find his girlfriend, also a member who has mysteriously disappeared. Sandoval gives Da'an some energy dust. Liam and Renee join the Church as homeless people. At the church's shelter they find that the food has a Taelon additive. In an underground environment on Church of the Companions land, Volunteers force drugged Church of the Companions members to harvest Kryss, a substance necessary that is vital to Taelons survival on Earth. Laim knows that Taelon plants only grow in 98F degree temporature. They discover that humans are being used to grow Kryss.

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63 - Apparition

Original title : Apparition
First Aired : 24.04.2000 (USA) 02.07.2000 (FRANCE)
Director : Michael Robinson
Writing credits : George Geiger
Cast : Liam Kincaid (Robert Leeshock), Ron Sandoval (Von Flores), Da'an (Leni Parker), Augur (Richard Chevolleau), Zo'or (Anita La Selva), Rennee Palmer (Jane Heitmeyer), Carlson Briggs (Alan Stenson), Ku'don (Michele Duquet), Fisk (Martin Roach), Samuel Priest (Jonathan Whitaker)

The Story : While Carson Briggs works overtime at the New World Commonwealth Bank, a hopeless cry introduces a blue light that swirls around him. The energy light chases and tortures Carson, pushing him onto the floor. The energy whirls in circular motions around Carson, setting him on fire. At the same time, Liam dreams of the exact horrifying events that Carson experiences. Liam goes to the death scene. Recalling the events of his dream to a investigater, he offers a piece of evidence that had not yet recovered - Carson's ring, which designed with the bank's logo and the ancient Taelon symbol for impurity. At Carson's home, Liam discovers circular burn marks throughout the house. The blue energy appears, which leads Liam to a Taelon datalog. The energy takes the shape of the deceased Taelon Ku'don, who mutters the word 'exile' before disappearing. Suddenly, Liam hears loud banging and he hides the datalog as commandos storm the house. Liam overpowers one of the commandos and escapes as a commando. When Ku'don returns to haunt Zo'or, it is revealed that Zu'or is stealing profits from the Taelon co-ventures.

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64 - One Tealon Avenue

Original title : One Tealon Avenue
First Aired : 01.05.2000 (USA) 09.07.2000 (FRANCE)
Director : John Stead
Writing credits : John Whelpley
Cast : Liam Kincaid (Robert Leeshock), Ron Sandoval (Von Flores), Da'an (Leni Parker), Augur (Richard Chevolleau), Jonathan Doors (David Hemblen), Zo'or (Anita La Selva), Rennee Palmer (Jane Heitmeyer), Joshua Doors (William Devry), Sato (Robert Haley), Bud Archer (Wayne Ward), Arlene Sato (Sheryl Macinnis), Simms (Balazs Koos)

The Story : At One Taelon Avenue, Dr Sato and Joshua Doors begin a test with an ID shuttle prototype. The craft explodes, sending everyone ducking for cover while Sato calmly watches. Joshua tries to persuade Renee Palmer to leave Doors International and join him at One Taelon Ave. Jonathan Doors encounters his son in Renee's office and the two exchange opinions about business. Jonathan, concerned about his son, asks Liam to find out what's really going on at One Taelon Ave. At One Taelon Ave, Renee meets with Joshua while Liam is tracked by Control, a computer, while he investigates. Control tracks Sato and begins a bio-purge function. Sato tries to escape the energy walls, but they disintegrate him. Zu'or and Da'an review the security video of Sato's demise. Da'an is concerned that Control may be overriding the Taelon programming and creating its own agenda. Sandoval reports he has begun an investigation at One Taelon Avenue, but Zu'or orders him to close his investigation. Liam and Augur find that Control is using mind-controlling techniques on the workers. Jonathan dies after pushing his son out of the way of an energy wall that Control created to kill Joshua.

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65 - Abduction

Original title : Abduction
First Aired : 08.05.2000 (USA) 16.07.2000 (FRANCE)
Director : Drew Potter
Writing credits : Howard Chaykin From a Story by Paul Gertz, Cory Tynan & Howard Chaykin
Cast : Liam Kincaid (Robert Leeshock), Ron Sandoval (Von Flores), Da'an (Leni Parker), Augur (Richard Chevolleau), Zo'or (Anita La Selva), Rennee Palmer (Jane Heitmeyer), Mit'gai (Anaya Farrell), Docteur Mazar/Emma (Sara Lafleur), Philip King (Stewart Bick), Joan Price (Lexa Doig), Hologirl (Topaz Hasfal)

The Story : Da'an checks with Andrea Myzar on the decoding process of one of Ma'el's messages. Da'an is shot by Andrea. Andrea leaves the MotherShip with Ma'el's message relic. Augur's holo-computer finds that Andrea is Emma King, a mathematican killed 3 years ago. Liam retrieves the relic and discovers that humanity is the genetic link between the Taelons and Jaridians.

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66 - Arrival

Original title : Arrival
First Aired : 15.05.2000 (USA) 23.07.2000 (FRANCE)
Director : Brenton Spencer
Writing credits : John Whelpley From a Story by George Geiger, Cory Tyunan & John Whelpley
Cast : Lisa Howard (Captian Lili Marquette), Richard Zeppieri (Tate), Dan Chamberoy (Vorjak), Garwin Sanford (Federov), Roman Podhora (Commander Kossygin)

The Story : While Lili returns to earth after being tricked into giving the jaridians interdimentional transpotation, an aution is held at the Antartic Republic of Rostok for some mysterious alien weapons. Sandoval must stop the bidding taking place while Liam and Renee try to find out what the weapons are.

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