Jericho (2006–2008)
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Dale returns from trading with news that the Hudson River Virus has crossed the Mississippi River, and when the town's vaccine supply is seized Jake coordinates a retrieval operation. ... See full summary »

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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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Jimmy
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Dr. Kenchy Dhuwalia
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Trish Merrick
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Ravenwood Man (as Kevin Fry-Bowers)
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Major Edward Beck
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Thomas Valente
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Heather Lisinski
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Dale returns from trading with news that the Hudson River Virus has crossed the Mississippi River, and when the town's vaccine supply is seized Jake coordinates a retrieval operation. Elsewhere, Hawkins is forced to show part of his hand to Beck. Written by layle

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Darcy Hawkins: [Speaking to Robert] Jimmy came back to work. He saw the picture of Sarah Mason and he told Beck that you were connected to her.
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Filler episode.
19 March 2008 | by (Winnipeg) – See all my reviews

I like Jericho, and all the shows are entertaining. However, some episodes are filler for the series. Why would G & R not want the town vaccinated? I believe the producer of Jericho is creating a build up for how evil G and R is. A sick town would be a drain on the new government. The J & R episode is a character development episode. Jake is becoming more of a hero as the show progresses. I wonder how Beck will play into the storyline? Beck is tough and hard as nail, I bet he will be trouble. 7 or 8 out of 10 for the TV series. This episode, however, is a 6. I did not mind it. Now onto the exciting conclusion. I bet there should be some new character added soon.


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