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Director: Charles Beeson. Writers: Eric Kripke and Matt Pitts. Executive Producers: Jon Favereau, and J.J. Abrams. Cast: James Alcorn, Nadej K Bailey, Griffin Freeman, Billy Burke, Tracy Spiridakos, Giancarlo Esposito, Zak Orth, David Lyons and Daniella Alonso. In "The Children's Crusade," Miles (Billy Burke) and his group are again distracted from their search for Danny (Graham Rogers). This time Charlie (Tracy Spiridakos) is caught up and sucked into a sob story involving several orphaned children. One in their group has been captured, Peter (Griffin Freeman), and his brother, Michael, wants him back. Rescuing Danny can pretty much be forgotten at this point. The next fourty minutes is spent in a swashbuckling episode that puts Charlie in a precarious position. This was an exciting episode despite the show's main plot moving forward ever so slowly. The children, "a hairless group of Ewoks" (Aaron), have been left alone by their parents for eight years now. »

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