Jericho (2006–2008)
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The self-appointed president from Wyoming visits town, providing Hawkins an opportunity to get information, but it puts both Darcy and Jake at risk.

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Jake Green
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Robert Hawkins
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Emily Sullivan
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Eric Green
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Stanley Richmond
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Mimi Clark
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Darcy Hawkins (as April D. Parker)
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Trish Merrick
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Chavez
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Alex Utley
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Major Edward Beck
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Thomas Valente
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Gray Anderson
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Jake hesitates whether to accept the sheriff star or exact revenge. By the time he makes up his mind and rides after mates who planned to 'spare him' involvement, Major Edward Beck is on to them and shows it's pointless: Constantino was shot resisting arrest. Stanley Richmond's happy after signing a tax deal, although it takes brutal re-negotiating to make it actually advantageous. Chavez and Hawkins hope the surprise visit from Cheyenne-based president Glen Tomarchio will offer a forum to compose and publicize the truth. Written by KGF Vissers

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Jake's jacket appears and disappears and reappears on his right shoulder between shots at ~25:40. seems like he started putting it on while talking and decided against it in the middle and then realised it is still too cold outside for t-shirt. See more »

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Chris Calley: [Speaking to Stanley and Mimi after having arrived by helicopter] President Tomarchio wants to address the nation today from, uh, right here on your front porch.
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A Full Return To The Moral Questions Of The First Season, With Paranoia Added
20 February 2008 | by See all my reviews

Ladies and gentlemen, "Jericho" is back and in spades !!!

The first episode of the new season was somewhat less than stellar, but I found it to be most worthwhile. In all regards it was really a set up for this second episode, and the second show really delivers !!

Hawkins and Jake Green do take the center of the stage in this episode.

With each passing hour I am more impressed with the nuanced abilities of Lennie James, who plays the FBI/CIA secret operative, Rob Hawkins.

This fellow has the genuine ability to make statements with a shrug, a glance, a coy smile. He is really most impressive.

And I am still sold on Skeet Ulrich as Jake, who in this episode finds a way to subdue his emotions regarding his father's death, and a way to play the 'role' of the new Sheriff in the town.

The ending of this hour is another slam-dunk, too, as the much feared Ravenwood mercenaries are ordered into Jericho ... "to assume control".

The Daniel Benzali character, Valente, is a honcho from Homeland Security, and he is ever so much more creepy and detestable, too.

All in all, this new episode got a well-deserved ten of ten from this fan. Let's hope that with the Writers Guild strike now concluded, the CBS high command will slate another five or ten episodes, 'cause this Jericho thing is ready to really rock the house.

And friends, am I loving Mimi, the IRS agent played by Alicia Coppola, who's now 100 % in love with Stanley Richmond ....


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