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"Earth: Final Conflict" (1997) More at IMDbPro »

Season: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5
Year: 1997 | 1998 | 1999 | 2000 | 2001 | 2002


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: Decision

6 October 1997
Police captain William Boone is asked to join the security team of Companion Da'an of the Taelon, an alien race that came to earth three years ago.

Season 1, Episode 2: Truth

13 October 1997
Boone tries to find out who murdered his wife.

Season 1, Episode 3: Miracle

20 October 1997
Boone helps prevents a suicide of a handless girl. Da'an wants to use revolutionary Taelon technology to help the girl for propaganda reasons.

Kevin Kilner ... William Boone

Lisa Howard ... Lili Marquette
Von Flores ... Ronald Sandoval
David Hemblen ... Jonathan Doors
Richard Chevolleau ... Marcus 'Augur' Deveraux (credit only)
Leni Parker ... Da'an

Emily Hampshire ... Julie Payton
Peter Krantz ... Reverend Travis Murray (as Travis Murray)
David Calderisi ... Barry Calvert
Janet Zenik ... Ne'eg
Sam Malkin ... Reggie
Caroline Neilson ... Hospital Administrator

Karen Holness ... Newscaster
John Evans ... Lt. Bob Morovski (uncredited)

Miranda Kwok ... Kwai-Ling Hong (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 4: Avatar

27 October 1997
Boone and Marquette must find James Pike, a mysterious escaped serial killer who rose from the dead.

Season 1, Episode 5: Old Flame

3 November 1997
While plutonium is stolen from a nuclear plant, Boone is is having a tough time concentrating. His mind is on Elyse Chapel, a famous musician and old flame.

Kevin Kilner ... William Boone

Lisa Howard ... Lili Marquette
Von Flores ... Ronald Sandoval
David Hemblen ... Jonathan Doors (credit only)
Richard Chevolleau ... Marcus 'Augur' Deveraux
Leni Parker ... Da'an

Colette Stevenson ... Elyse Chapel
John Evans ... Lt. Bob Morovski

Majel Barrett ... Dr. Julianne Belman

Matt Birman ... Ramon

Lloyd Adams ... Ainsley

Brian Jagersky ... Construction Worker
Brad Livingstone Black ... Young Boone (as Brad Black)

Jodie Dowdall ... Young Elyse

Miranda Kwok ... Kwai-Ling Hong (uncredited)

Danny Lima ... Peter (uncredited)

Lisa Ryder ... Kate Boon (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 6: Float Like a Butterfly

10 November 1997
Elijah Good, a doctor from an Amish community, asks Boone for help with some unexpected deaths. They might have to do with a Taelon-related disease.

Kevin Kilner ... William Boone

Lisa Howard ... Lili Marquette
Von Flores ... Ronald Sandoval
David Hemblen ... Jonathan Doors (credit only)
Richard Chevolleau ... Marcus 'Augur' Deveraux (credit only)
Leni Parker ... Da'an
Brett Porter ... Elijah Good
Brenda Bazinet ... Sarah Good
Richard Denison ... Amos

Trevor Blumas ... Jebediah Good
Andrew Dinner ... Samuel Schmidt
Hayley Lochner ... Rachel Good
Ed Fielding ... Lucas Graf
Steven Bush ... Jacob Laettner
George Dawson ... Abraham

Joanna Bennett ... Amish Woman (uncredited)
John Evans ... Lt. Bob Morovski (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 7: Resurrection

17 November 1997
Doors makes a public appearance, leading to an increase in anti-Taelon sentiment. The Taelon Synod is fed up with Da'an and sends Zo'or in his stead.

Season 1, Episode 8: Horizon Zero

24 November 1997
A high profile mission to Mars is suddenly canceled, much to the dismay of the public. Involved air force captain Paul Chandler steals Lili's shuttle.

Season 1, Episode 9: Scorpions Dream

29 December 1997
Dr. Larry Clark is a bio engineer who works on the skrills. When the companions decide to get rid of a series, one of them joins with Clark.

Season 1, Episode 10: Live Free or Die

5 January 1998
Navy Seal major Raymond McIntyre kidnaps Da'an and demands to know where his men are. They were involved in a inter-dimensional space flight test that went wrong.

Season 1, Episode 11: The Scarecrow Returns

12 January 1998
Research continues on the 'scarecrow' probe. Boone starts learning Taelon to interpret its messages. The device meanwhile absorbs a scientist, Rayna.

Kevin Kilner ... William Boone

Lisa Howard ... Lili Marquette
Von Flores ... Ronald Sandoval
Richard Chevolleau ... Marcus 'Augur' Deveraux
David Hemblen ... Jonathan Doors
Leni Parker ... Da'an

Damon D'Oliveira ... Sahjit Jinnah
Sonia Dhillon Tully ... Rayna Armitraj (as Sonia Dhillon)
Pamela Matthews ... Tiana (as Pam Matthews)
Paul De La Rosa ... Technician
Richard McMillan ... James Pike (archive footage) (uncredited)
Brett Porter ... Elijah Good (archive footage) (uncredited)

Lisa Ryder ... Kate Boone (archive footage) (uncredited)

Mark Terry ... Alien Pilot (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 12: Sandoval's Run

19 January 1998
Sandoval's CVI is breaking down. While Dr. Belman tries to remove it before implanting a new one, Sandoval escapes. He wants to rescue his wife DeeDee.

Season 1, Episode 13: The Secret of Strandhill

2 February 1998
An Irish guide finds the possible burial location of Ma'el, a Taelon that came to Earth 2000 years ago. It is crucial for the Taelons to find his research material.

Kevin Kilner ... William Boone

Lisa Howard ... Lili Marquette
Von Flores ... Ronald Sandoval
Richard Chevolleau ... Marcus 'Augur' Deveraux (credit only)
David Hemblen ... Jonathan Doors
Leni Parker ... Da'an / Ma'el
Chris Wiggins ... Tim O'Malley

Kari Matchett ... Lt. Siobhan Beckett

Anita La Selva ... Zo'or (as Anita LaSelva)

Jody Racicot ... Bartender
David Mucci ... Conner

Roz Michaels ... Gladys Miller

Shary Guthrie ... Deedee Sandoval (uncredited)
Le Blanc ... Lt. Dumay (uncredited)

Angelica Lisk-Hann ... Police Officer (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 14: Pandora's Box

9 February 1998
While Boone is haunted by hallucinations of captain Lucas Johnson, the Taelon Rho'ha is to undergo a experiment of experiencing human emotions.

Season 1, Episode 15: If You Could Read My Mind

16 February 1998
The Taelon Commonality is invaded and psychic Katya Petrenko is the prime suspect. She tells Boone she knows about his secret activities and needs him.

Season 1, Episode 16: Wrath of Achilles

23 February 1998
The resistance releases a virus of Augur on the Taelon headquarters in Washington. Things get out of hand.

Season 1, Episode 17: The Devil You Know

13 April 1998
While a dying colonel implants his brain in a deceased criminal, the Taelons show a new electromagnetic pulse weapon. Jonathan Doors wishes to acquire it.

Kevin Kilner ... William Boone

Lisa Howard ... Lili Marquette
Von Flores ... Ronald Sandoval
Richard Chevolleau ... Marcus 'Augur' Deveraux
David Hemblen ... Jonathan Doors
Leni Parker ... Da'an

Blu Mankuma ... CIA Agent Morris Carter

Johnny Cuthbert ... Crawford (as Jon Cuthbert)
Jim Codrington ... Blanchard / Col. Purcell

Anita La Selva ... Zo'or (as Anita LaSelva)
Laura Press ... Anne Portnoy

Doug Lennox ... Colonel Edward Purcell
Patricia Gage ... Rachel Purcell
Matt Heney ... Rollins
Jill Fleischman ... Programmer (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 18: Law & Order

20 April 1998
The Synod agrees to let Rho'ha be charged with murder in a human court. He will be prosecuted by Joshua Doors, the son of Jonathan Doors.

Kevin Kilner ... William Boone

Lisa Howard ... Lili Marquette
Von Flores ... Ronald Sandoval
Richard Chevolleau ... Marcus 'Augur' Deveraux
David Hemblen ... Jonathan Doors
Leni Parker ... Da'an

Anita La Selva ... Zo'or (as Anita LaSelva)

Kari Matchett ... Rho'ha

William deVry ... Joshua Doors

Tyrone Benskin ... Frank Rice
Diego Chambers ... Travis Perkins

Sandi Ross ... Chief Justice Hill
Trulie MacLeod ... Peggy Richardson

Michael J. Reynolds ... President Thompson
Walker Boone ... Willie Collier

Nigel Bennett ... Major Raymond MacIntire (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 19: Through the Looking Glass

27 April 1998
A new inter-dimensional portal system for human travel turns out to be something more when the resistance discover a CVI in a boy who got lost in the system.

Kevin Kilner ... William Boone

Lisa Howard ... Lili Marquette
Von Flores ... Ronald Sandoval
Richard Chevolleau ... Marcus 'Augur' Deveraux
David Hemblen ... Jonathan Doors
Leni Parker ... Da'an
Michael Burgess ... Dr. Stephen Walkin

Damon D'Oliveira ... Sahjit Jinnah

Anita La Selva ... Zo'or (as Anita LaSelva)

Wendy Lyon ... Sarah Boone

Kate Trotter ... Dr. Park

Diana Reis ... Anna Sims
William Greenblatt ... Jamie Sims

Anand Rajaram ... LA Technician / Attendant
Kelly King ... New York Attendant

Season 1, Episode 20: Infection

27 July 1998
Ne'eg is killed by a bacteria that is both deadly to Taelons and Humans. If it spreads, it might be disastrous. A new racist group attacks a community center.

Season 1, Episode 21: Destruction

4 May 1998
The Liberation sends a team to destroy the scarecrow probe before the Taelons crack it. Joshua Doors is appointed as secretary of Human-Taelon relations.

Season 1, Episode 22: The Joining

11 May 1998
An excavation team unleashes a very dangerous Taelon on Earth. Siobhan Beckett comes over to America. She suspects Lili of being a spy and investigates.

Kevin Kilner ... William Boone

Lisa Howard ... Lili Marquette
Von Flores ... Ronald Sandoval
Richard Chevolleau ... Marcus 'Augur' Deveraux
David Hemblen ... Jonathan Doors
Leni Parker ... Da'an

Kari Matchett ... Siobhan Beckett
Graeme Millington ... Randy / Ha'gel

Brooke Johnson ... Quo'on

Kate Trotter ... Dr. Park

Anita La Selva ... Zo'or
John Evans ... Lt. Bob Morovski
Raymond Accolas ... Claude Bertrand

Scott Gibson ... Officer Reed

Richard Zeman ... Sergeant
J. Craig Sandy ... Agent Lassiter

M.J. Kang ... Bartender (as MJ Kang)
Alexa Gilmour ... Young Woman
Beth Bovaird ... Technician
Dominic Cuzzocrea ... Derelect

Angelica Lisk-Hann ... Policewoman (as Angelica Lisk)
James Boles ... Swat Officer
Peter Kelly Gaudreault ... Agent Lassiter (uncredited)
Bobby Johnston ... Paul Chandler (archive footage) (uncredited)

Miranda Kwok ... Kwai-Ling Hong (uncredited)

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: First of Its Kind

5 October 1998
Following Boone's confrontation with Hegel that left him severely injured, he was eliminated by Zo'or. Beckett who was impregnated by Hegel gives birth to a boy who immediately grows up to a man. He assumes the name Liam Kincaid and goes to Boone's funeral where Quon would be eliminated by an alien replicant. After impressing Da'an he is made his new protector.

Robert Leeshock ... Liam Kincaid

Lisa Howard ... Lili Marquette
Von Flores ... Ronald Sandoval
Richard Chevolleau ... Marcus 'Augur' Deveraux
David Hemblen ... Jonathan Doors
Leni Parker ... Da'an

Anita La Selva ... Zo'or

Kari Matchett ... Siobhan Beckett

William deVry ... Joshua Doors (as William De Vry)

Brooke Johnson ... Quo'on

Janet-Laine Green ... Dr. Melissa Park
Sonia Dhillon Tully ... Rayna Armitraj (as Sonia Dhillon)
Mark Huisman ... Karilian Replicant

Angelica Lisk-Hann ... Cop (as Angelica Lisk)
Ona Fletcher ... Catherine Shaw
James Binkley ... Lab Technician

Daniel Magder ... 4 Year Old Liam

Bryan Renfro ... Uniformed Tech (as Brian Renfro)
Don Wilson ... M.P.
Tony Meyler ... Master Sergeant
Steve Richard ... Guard

Season 2, Episode 2: Atavus

12 October 1998
Da'an looses his contact with the the Taelon Commonality. This causes him to change and Zo'or instructs that Da'an must be killed; because he's now considered a threat.

Season 2, Episode 3: A Stitch in Time

10 October 1998
An exhibition, for the first arrival of the Taelons, showcases different artefacts. An artifact causes Liam to travel to an alternate time. Za'an questions how Da'an where able to join the Commonality. Za'an experiments with brain waves in order to cause aggression.

Season 2, Episode 4: Dimensions

26 October 1998
Liam and Augur are in a Taelon shuttle craft, when something happens they get thrown into a parallel universe. They discover that humanity is at war with the Taelons. They're taken by the rebels and discover that Sandoval's counterpart leads them. And Lili's works for the Taelons.

Season 2, Episode 5: Moonscape

2 November 1998
Augur is forced to take part in a Taelon experiment. Da'an and Liam try to convince Zo'or that altering minds and implanting humans to make them aggressive to fight the Jaridians is not the correct path. Maiya makes contact with Sandoval.

Season 2, Episode 6: The Sleepers

9 November 1998
A Jaridian probe lands on Earth and begins sucking energy from the Comonality. The Taelons use humans in a near-death state to keep their connection while Lili and Sandoval try to find out what is draining the energy.

Season 2, Episode 7: Fissures

16 November 1998
When large scale blackouts begin to occur in cities with portals, Taelon technology is blamed. Augur and Liam investigate the death of a portal worker by a strange creature that feeds on energy and is particularly attracted to the Taelons.

Robert Leeshock ... Liam Kincaid

Lisa Howard ... Lili Marquette
Von Flores ... Ronald Sandoval
Richard Chevolleau ... Marcus 'Augur' Deveraux
David Hemblen ... Jonathan Doors (credit only)
Leni Parker ... Da'an

Anita La Selva ... Zo'or

Janet-Laine Green ... Dr. Melissa Park

Barry Flatman ... Presidant Daniel Thompson
Ona Fletcher ... Catherine Shaw
John Jarvis ... Portal Tech #1

Phillip Jarrett ... Portal Tech #2 (as Phil Jarrett)
Anna Adilman ... Taelon Scientist

Melissa Pollard ... Taelon Navigator

Geoffrey Pounsett ... Mothership Engineer

Steve Cumyn ... Lab Tech
Henry Gomez ... African Representative
Gene Marx ... Asian Representative
Andrea Mills ... Advanced Drone #1

Sean Gallagher ... Advanced Drone #2

Season 2, Episode 8: Redemption

23 November 1998
Siobhan falls while rock climbing. As the others search for her, she dreams that she is on trial for supporting the Taelons. Zo'or questions whether Sandoval's CVI imperative to serve the Taelons has broken down as others are experiencing.

Season 2, Episode 9: Between Heaven and Hell

11 January 1999
Dr. Belman's daughter does human testing on herself with an accelerant that causes her to rapidly evolve. Joshua Doors decides somebody should run against President Thompson in the election, somebody who will stand up to the Taelons.

Season 2, Episode 10: Isabel

28 December 1998
Maiya experiences dimensional phasing. Augur and Liam believe they need to bring Isabel and Maiya together to let the universe merge them. Jonathan Doors announces his presidential candidacy and meets with Zo'or.

Robert Leeshock ... Liam Kincaid

Lisa Howard ... Lili Marquette
Von Flores ... Ronald Sandoval
Richard Chevolleau ... Marcus 'Augur' Deveraux
David Hemblen ... Jonathan Doors
Leni Parker ... Da'an

Anita La Selva ... Zo'or
Ona Fletcher ... Catherine Shaw
Montse Viader ... Maiya / Isabel Martinez

Anne Marie DeLuise ... Angie (as Anne Marie Loder)
Denis Lacroix ... Villager (as Denis La Croix)

Melissa Pollard ... Taelon Doctor

Stephanie Anne Mills ... Tad (as Stephanie Mills)

Lloyd Adams ... Advanced Drone

Season 2, Episode 11: Gauntlet

18 January 1999
An escaped Jiridian takes Lili hostage. Their shuttle is sucked on to a Kimera ship where they, with Liam, have to go through an obstacle course to get to the core to exit.

Season 2, Episode 12: One Man's Castle

25 January 1999
Using Jiridian technology, scientists create a physical bio surrogates where a human consciousness can be transferred. When a surrogate escapes, they must find it before it uses its fighting and weapons knowledge.

Robert Leeshock ... Liam Kincaid

Lisa Howard ... Lili Marquette
Von Flores ... Ronald Sandoval
Richard Chevolleau ... Marcus 'Augur' Deveraux
David Hemblen ... Jonathan Doors
Leni Parker ... Da'an

Anita La Selva ... Zo'or

Mark Humphrey ... Biosurrogate

Bruce Clayton ... Sparrow
Montse Viader ... Maiya

Barry Flatman ... Presidant Daniel Thompson
Ona Fletcher ... Catherine Shaw
Laura Catalano ... Flat Planet Waitress
Neil Dainard ... General Stackhouse

Jessica Greco ... Melanie
Glyn Thomas ... Sparrow's Associate
Marni Thompson ... Waitress
Roman Podhora ... Sergeant

Randy Butcher ... Cop in Cafe

Martin Roach ... Reporter
David Roemmele ... John the Punk

Desmond Campbell ... Cop outside Cafe
Mark Burgess ... Researcher

Danny Lima ... Beat Cop
Jeffrey Smith ... Sparrow (voice)

Andrew Jackson ... The First Jaridian (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 13: Second Chances

1 February 1999
A Taelon program offers a transformation into a younger, healthier version of oneself. Liam fears that something more dangerous is also happening. Lili is worried that Doors' run for the presidency is negatively affecting the resistance.

Robert Leeshock ... Liam Kincaid

Lisa Howard ... Lili Marquette
Von Flores ... Ronald Sandoval
Richard Chevolleau ... Marcus 'Augur' Deveraux
David Hemblen ... Jonathan Doors
Leni Parker ... Da'an

Anita La Selva ... Zo'or

Monika Schnarre ... Pearl Bell

Christina Cox ... Haley Simmons
David Calderisi ... Barry Calvert
Patrick Chilvers ... Campanion Swat
Dave Nichols ... Grant Fields
Marilyn Boyle ... Older Pearl
Brendan Connor ... Reporter 1
Peter Van Wart ... Sam Bell

Cameron Graham ... Nervous Man
Norm Spencer ... Swat Team Leader

Martin Roach ... Guard I
In Surp Choi ... Guard II
Marcus Hutchings ... Young Tortured Man
Neil Girvan ... Randy
Tracey Cook ... Dr. Hart
Jane Lux ... Reporter 2

Season 2, Episode 14: Payback

8 February 1999
A mysterious death by poisoning creates questions about the safety of portal technology. When a Taelon is killed in the same manner, the investigation leads to a very smart scientist that even the Resistance was scared to work with.

Robert Leeshock ... Liam Kincaid

Lisa Howard ... Lili Marquette
Von Flores ... Ronald Sandoval
Richard Chevolleau ... Marcus 'Augur' Deveraux
David Hemblen ... Jonathan Doors
Leni Parker ... Da'an

Anita La Selva ... Zo'or
Ron Gabriel ... Arnold Creighton
David Calderisi ... Barry Calvert

Majel Barrett ... Dr. Julianne Belman
Jane Lux ... Reporter

Raoul Bhaneja ... Student Leader
Michelyn Smelle ... Council Woman
Shaun Austin-Olsen ... Dr. Whitfield
Anna Adilman ... Sa'al

Lloyd Adams ... FBI Swat I
Duncan MacLeod ... FBI Swat II

Bryan Thomas ... Student I

Henry Korhonen ... Student #2

John Boylan ... Glen Ballard
Drake Thorens ... Student Leader (as Drake Alonso Thorens)

Season 2, Episode 15: Friendly Fire

15 February 1999
Paul Chandler plots an attack on the Taelon Embassy in DC with the ship he stole from Lili. He begs her to join him in beginning an all out war.

Season 2, Episode 16: Volunteers

22 February 1999
A group of Resistance capture a volunteer from a Taelon program for youth. Liam decides they may learn valuable information from her. They also decide to send in one of their own as a volunteer to see what the program is teaching.

Robert Leeshock ... Liam Kincaid

Lisa Howard ... Lili Marquette
Von Flores ... Ronald Sandoval
Richard Chevolleau ... Marcus 'Augur' Deveraux
David Hemblen ... Jonathan Doors
Leni Parker ... Da'an

Anita La Selva ... Zo'or

Janet Kidder ... Julia Cook
Liisa Repo-Martell ... Amanda Hayes

Janet-Laine Green ... Dr. Melissa Park

Tre Smith ... Dennis (as Trevor Smith)
Michael Clarkin ... Mitchell
Sheila Brand ... Mrs. Haynes

Hamish McEwan ... Recruiter

Thomas Mitchell ... Squad Commander
Joel Harris ... Recruit I

Michael Daingerfield ... Sentry (as Michael Daingerfield Hall)

Season 2, Episode 17: Bliss

1 March 1999
Lili is given a psychotropic drug called "bliss" via a Taelon device. They discover it is widespread. With an instantly strong addictive property, the addicts are dying within 48 hours. The investigation leads Liam and Sandoval to Ireland.

Season 2, Episode 18: Highjacked

19 April 1999
With a reporter on board, the Taelon mother ship is highjacked into interdimensional space. Liam is the prime suspect, causing an even bigger rift between Da'an and Zo'or. As the ship floats, lost in space, they must find the real culprit.

Season 2, Episode 19: Defector

26 April 1999
A shuttle crashes on a beach after being pursued by a second Taelon piloted shuttle. When Liam locates the survivor (a Taelon called Belleye), he claims to want to help the Resistance take back Earth from the Taelons.

Season 2, Episode 20: Heroes & Heartbreak

3 May 1999
Augur is recruited by a Taelon weapons project, but the others are worried about his involvement. When the project is launched earlier than originally planned to fight a Jiridian fleet, the Earth is in danger.

Season 2, Episode 21: Message in a Bottle

10 May 1999
A Jiridian probe headed for Earth is shot down by the Taelon Embassy and crashes outside of D.C. Liam recovers the probe, but he, Augur, and Julia are captured by another underground resistance movement led by the real Colonel Liam Kincaid.

Season 2, Episode 22: Crossfire

17 May 1999
As the election draws near, Liam believes Zo'or is trying to have Jonathan Doors murdered. The Resistance worries that an attack is imminent at the final debate. Julia mobilizes a group to protect Doors against Liam's wishes.

Robert Leeshock ... Liam Kincaid

Lisa Howard ... Lili Marquette
Von Flores ... Ronald Sandoval
Richard Chevolleau ... Marcus 'Augur' Deveraux
David Hemblen ... Jonathan Doors
Leni Parker ... Da'an

Anita La Selva ... Zo'or

Janet Kidder ... Julia Cook

William deVry ... Joshua Doors
Dan Lett ... Secret Service Agent
David Calderisi ... Barry Calvert

Barry Flatman ... Presidant Daniel Thompson
Brendan Connor ... Male Reporter

Michael Filipowich ... Judson Corr
Anthony Ashbee ... Tall Man
Eric Bryson ... Biowarrior 1

Todd Schroeder ... Biowarrior 2 (as Todd William Schroeder)
Matthew Galliford ... Taelon Volunteer Soldier (uncredited)

Carlo Rota ... Margolis (uncredited)

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Crackdown

4 October 1999
An unknown woman saves Augur and Liam from the raids on the Resistance. Lili sabotages the mother ship, but Zo'or stops its total destruction. Lili is reportedly dead. The investigation on the President's shooter continues.

Robert Leeshock ... Liam Kincaid

Jayne Heitmeyer ... Renee Palmer
Von Flores ... Ronald Sandoval
Richard Chevolleau ... Marcus 'Augur' Deveraux
David Hemblen ... Jonathan Doors
Leni Parker ... Da'an

Anita La Selva ... Zo'or

Chandra West ... Erica Vosser

Barry Flatman ... Presidant Daniel Thompson
Victor Ertmanis ... Dale Anders
Frank Moore ... Hubble Urich

Richard Zeppieri ... Frank Tate

Lisa Howard ... Lili Marquette
Katherine Ashby ... Emily Langford
Joel Harris ... Lead Volunteer

Barna Moricz ... Shuttle Bay Volunteer

Steven Allerick ... Safe House Volunteer

Dean Armstrong ... Hotel Volunteer
J.C. Kenny ... News Caster
Peter Ellery ... Secret Service Agent
David Calderisi ... Barry Calvert (uncredited)

Michael Filipowich ... Judson Corr (uncredited)
Matthew Galliford ... Taelon Volunteer Soldier (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 2: The Vanished

11 October 1999
Some who were detained during the Resistance sweep have not reappeared after their release. Lili is taken to a lab run by Sandoval and implanted. Renee tries to help Liam find the missing people.

Robert Leeshock ... Liam Kincaid

Jayne Heitmeyer ... Renee Palmer
Von Flores ... Ronald Sandoval
Richard Chevolleau ... Marcus 'Augur' Deveraux
David Hemblen ... Jonathan Doors (credit only)
Leni Parker ... Da'an

Anita La Selva ... Zo'or

Chandra West ... Erica Vosser
David Calderisi ... Barry Calvert
Greg Ellwand ... Lawrence Jantzen

Richard Zeppieri ... Frank Tate

Lisa Howard ... Lili Marquette
Michael Caruana ... Peter Brogan

Shannon Hile ... Claire Jantzen
Matt Redman ... Ty Jantzen
Edward Jaunz ... Chuck

Alex Poch-Goldin ... Dr. Alcott
Joel Harris ... Lead Volunteer
Paul A. MacFarlane ... Doorman
Christopher Crumb ... Transient

Roberta Angelica ... Vonda (as Robert Angelica)
Daniel Enright ... Jantzen House Volunteer

Michael Daingerfield ... Sentry (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 3: Emancipation

18 October 1999
A group posing as volunteers attacks using a stolen skrill prototype that does not require an implant to control. It is discovered that the skrill queen is also missing. The investigation leads to a resistance group called Black Wednesday.

Robert Leeshock ... Liam Kincaid

Jayne Heitmeyer ... Renee Palmer
Von Flores ... Ronald Sandoval
Richard Chevolleau ... Marcus 'Augur' Deveraux
David Hemblen ... Jonathan Doors (credit only)
Leni Parker ... Da'an

Anita La Selva ... Zo'or

Lori Alter ... Sylvia Ehrengraf

Richard Eden ... Lockhart

Seann Gallagher ... Peter

Ylfa Edelstein ... Dr. Linford [Dr. Michaels in credits]
Barry Blake ... Gregos Dinesen
Ronda Bean ... Waitress
Richard Liss ... Holo Accountant
John Baktis ... Tom

Peter Mensah ... Alan

Season 3, Episode 4: Déjà Vu

25 October 1999
A joint Doors International/Taelon venture creates a machine that allows people to vividly relive a memory, but Liam suspects a back alley version of the device is leading to the death of some users.

Season 3, Episode 5: The Once and Future World

1 November 1999
Artifacts believed to be Taelon are found in South America. Renee and Liam try to beat Sandoval to the source to determine the importance of the found pieces.

Season 3, Episode 6: Thicker Than Blood

8 November 1999
An old business partner of Augur's is hired by Da'an to get information about the Resistance, resulting in the death of many members. Meanwhile, Sandoval finds out he has a life threatening blood disorder.

Season 3, Episode 7: A Little Bit of Heaven

15 November 1999
Liam and Renee investigate a dead pregnant woman missing her fetus. They discover a town that Da'an helped after a nuclear meltdown and a suspicious brother and sister who were part of an early experiment to combine human and Taelon DNA.

Season 3, Episode 8: Pad'ar

27 November 1999
Pad'ar is a fierce battle game where spectators can connect via a "jack patch" that Liam suspects is causing neurological damage to users. When a Pad'ar warrior dies, it raises even more questions about the safety.

Robert Leeshock ... Liam Kincaid

Jayne Heitmeyer ... Renee Palmer
Von Flores ... Ronald Sandoval
Richard Chevolleau ... Marcus 'Augur' Deveraux
David Hemblen ... Jonathan Doors (credit only)
Leni Parker ... Da'an

Anita La Selva ... Zo'or

Lara Daans ... Arcadia Frost / Sheila Howell

Joy Tanner ... Dr. Megan Catlet

Mark Lutz ... Vernon Getz

John Blackwood ... Dr. Kronkeit
Joel Harris ... Torque
Chris Lamon ... Sturm Uno Drang
Angelo Tucci ... No Jackpatcher

Season 3, Episode 9: In Memory

29 November 1999
Lili wakes up, supposedly on Earth after a coma, and is told the Jaridians have come and conquered the Taelons. She remembers Sandoval telling her she no longer has and Earth-based physiology and believes things are not as they seem.

Robert Leeshock ... Liam Kincaid

Jayne Heitmeyer ... Renee Palmer (credit only)
Von Flores ... Ronald Sandoval
Richard Chevolleau ... Marcus 'Augur' Deveraux
David Hemblen ... Jonathan Doors (credit only)
Leni Parker ... Da'an (credit only)

Anita La Selva ... Zo'or (credit only)

J.C. MacKenzie ... Dr. Michael Reed (as John C. MacKenzie)
John Bourgeois ... Colonel Bramson
David Calderisi ... Barry Calvert

Richard Zeppieri ... Frank Tate

Lisa Howard ... Lili Marquette

Todd Schroeder ... Lead Jaridan
Jagger Carlucci ... Jaridan 2
Maureen Kirkpatrick ... Nurse 1

Christopher Kelk ... Gardner
Arlene Duncan ... Nurse 2

Season 3, Episode 10: The Cloister

11 December 1999
Zo'or and Da'an travel to a cloister for an energy sharing ceremony, but one of the sisters is killed and everyone is a suspect.

Season 3, Episode 11: Interview

22 January 2000
Zo'or agrees to do a live television interview to try to endear himself to humans, but the show's producer has an ulterior motive in getting him in front of a camera.

Robert Leeshock ... Liam Kincaid

Jayne Heitmeyer ... Renee Palmer
Von Flores ... Ronald Sandoval
Richard Chevolleau ... Marcus 'Augur' Deveraux
David Hemblen ... Jonathan Doors (credit only)
Leni Parker ... Da'an

Anita La Selva ... Zo'or

Ellen Dubin ... Shelley George

Peter Keleghan ... Eli Hanson
Kevin Hicks ... Dr. Heller

James Kidnie ... Troy Sarrazin
Adam Large ... Soundman

Eugene Clark ... Mayor Carter Dubois (archive footage) (uncredited)

Lisa Howard ... Lili Marquette (archive footage) (uncredited)
Kylanna Lee ... Mayor's Young Friend (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 12: Keep Your Enemies Closer

24 January 2000
The shuttle Liam and Zo'or are in crashes over wilderness, but survive in safety bubbles. The people they meet live off the earth and know nothing of the Taelons. However, Zo'or is injured and missing a Synod meeting on the mother ship.

Season 3, Episode 13: Subterfuge

31 January 2000
Sandoval has a mole attempting to gain information about Liam - particularly concerning his commitment to the Taelons. When a Taelon and protector are killed in a portal that malfunctions, Liam is suspicious that it was intentional.

Robert Leeshock ... Liam Kincaid

Jayne Heitmeyer ... Renee Palmer
Von Flores ... Ronald Sandoval
Richard Chevolleau ... Marcus 'Augur' Deveraux
David Hemblen ... Jonathan Doors (credit only)
Leni Parker ... Da'an

Anita La Selva ... Zo'or

Tamara Gorski ... Hanna Klein

Michelle Nolden ... T'than

Michèle Duquet ... Ram (as Michelle Duquet)
Michael A. Miranda ... Tonio Arias (as Silvio Oliviero)

Steve Braun ... Portal Engineer

Inga Cadranel ... Estrella

Topaz Hasfal-Schou ... Holo-Girl
Jane Lux ... Reporter

Season 3, Episode 14: Scorched Earth

7 February 2000
Bombings begin at embassies and Liam believes they may reignite the SI (Sino-Indian) War, which ended with an armistice several years before. An old intelligence agency friend of Renee's has interesting holographic technology.

Season 3, Episode 15: Sanctuary

14 February 2000
Liam Kincaid races against the clock to find Zo'or, who disappears after contracting an ancient Taelon virus that has the potential to cause a devastating plague.

Season 3, Episode 16: Through Your Eyes

21 February 2000
Zo'or kidnaps a comatose policeman in order to use the man's body as a 'vessel' in a consciousness transfer experiment that will allow him to 'test' the human survival instinct and cause havoc on Earth.

Season 3, Episode 17: Time Bomb

28 February 2000
While examining Ma'el's ship, Liam and Renee find a chamber and in it are some life pods and the persons are all dead except for one. He awakes and reveals himself to be from Ancient Rome and he was chosen by Ma'el to deal with the Taelons if they chose not heed Ma'el's telling them not to come to Earth. At the same Tathan decides to challenge Zo'or for the right to lead the Synod and Zo'or decides to get an advantage by using Sandoval.

Season 3, Episode 18: The Fields

17 April 2000
Liam investigates a mission run by the Church of the Companions when a friend of his disappears. Sandoval and the Taelons are concerned about "the fields" where something vital to the Taelons' survival is harvested.

Season 3, Episode 19: Apparition

24 April 2000
Liam investigates the suspicious death of a banker, which he saw in a dream. It seems to be an exiled Taelon spirit that is contacting him. Da'an berates Zo'or for his money and power hungry attitude.

Season 3, Episode 20: One Taelon Avenue

1 May 2000
Joshua Doors is running his own technology development company and Renee goes undercover to find out what is going on. An artificial intelligence program of the Taelons that controls human minds seems to be acting on its own.

Season 3, Episode 21: Abduction

8 May 2000
A volunteer who was working to interpret an ancient message from Ma'el assaults Da'an and escapes through a portal. Sandoval helps Da'an avoid interrogation from Zo'or while they try to locate her.

Robert Leeshock ... Liam Kincaid

Jayne Heitmeyer ... Renee Palmer
Von Flores ... Ronald Sandoval
Richard Chevolleau ... Marcus 'Augur' Deveraux
David Hemblen ... Jonathan Doors (credit only)
Leni Parker ... Da'an

Anita La Selva ... Zo'or
Stewart Bick ... Philip King

Sarah Lafleur ... Dr. Andrea Mazar / Emma King

Lexa Doig ... Joan Price

Topaz Hasfal-Schou ... Holo-Girl (as Topaz Hasfal)

Steve Braun ... Volunteer Officer

Chuck Campbell ... Paramedic (uncredited)
Anaya Farrell ... Mit'gai (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 22: Arrival

15 May 2000
A Taelon shuttle is shot down over Antarctica. There are Jiridians aboard, but two of the passengers escape. When Augur discovers Lili's blood on the ship, he is convinced that she is not dead.

Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: The Forge of Creation

2 October 2000
Lili, Vorjak, and the baby flee to find a shuttle to escape Earth. Liam and Sandoval are both tracking them - for different reasons. Augur is on the run from volunteers, but sends a friend (Juliet) to help Liam while he's gone.

Season 4, Episode 2: First Breath

16 October 2000
A college friend of Renee's resurfaces and leads them on an investigation of the link between the Taelons and a biomedical facility's cloning operation.

Season 4, Episode 3: Sins of the Father

9 October 2000
A Senator's daughter is found to have kryss in her system. Liam and Renee suspect the Taelons lied about synthesizing it and there is a new location for production. They believe Federov is involved. Da'an is addicted to kryss.

Season 4, Episode 4: Limbo

23 October 2000
The Taelons give their reserve core energy to Joshua Doors for a project. But when he uses it, something happens and it disappears. The Taelons want it back and will tear the Earth apart to get it back. Liam and Renee try to find it too. It turns out that Joshua'a father, Jonathan made a program that contains all of his thoughts, and he is the one leading Joshua.

Season 4, Episode 5: Motherlode

30 October 2000
Augur is caught and placed in a special prison where he is placed in a sensory deprivation chamber. An am moralist gets him out and wants Augur to help him steal the gold Zo'or has on the mothership. When Liam learns of what happened he tries to find Augur.

Season 4, Episode 6: Take No Prisoners

6 November 2000
The ANA negotiate amnesty for all resistance members, Liam tries to convince resistance member Halley Simmons to take the offer. Sandoval uses parasites to make volunteers do suicide missions against the resistance.

Robert Leeshock ... Liam Kincaid

Jayne Heitmeyer ... Renee Palmer
Von Flores ... Ronald Sandoval
Melinda Deines ... Juliet Street (credit only)
Leni Parker ... Da'an

Anita La Selva ... Zo'or

Christina Cox ... Haley Simmons
Derwin Jordan ... Justin Kalen

Bill Lake ... Colonel Bastian
Nadia Capone ... Dr. Alison Curzon
Alon Nashman ... Dr. Sitro
John Watson ... Volunteer Guard
Michael McLachlan ... Volunteer Trooper
Michael Leder ... Test Subject

Jean Pearson ... Holo Waiter

Ksenia Solo ... Kathy Simmons

Paul Wu ... Mikola

Barry Flatman ... Presidant Daniel Thompson (archive footage) (uncredited)
Frank Moore ... Hubble Urich (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 7: The Second Wave

13 November 2000
The Taelons decide to leave Earth when it appears that the Jiridians are invading. Meanwhile, a group of Resistance prisoners saved from the mother ship include several disguised Jiridians who are causing trouble for Liam and Renee.

Robert Leeshock ... Liam Kincaid

Jayne Heitmeyer ... Renee Palmer
Von Flores ... Ronald Sandoval
Melinda Deines ... Juliet Street
Leni Parker ... Da'an

Anita La Selva ... Zo'or

Richard Zeppieri ... Frank Tate

Jennie Raymond ... Kira Dorn

Barry Flatman ... Presidant Daniel Thompson
Dan Chameroy ... Vorjak (as Dan R. Chameroy)
J.D. Nicholsen ... Karl Hansen (as Jack Nicholsen)

Alison Burn ... Dr. Dupree

Ari Cohen ... Engineer
Brendan Connor ... Reporter

Ian Eugene Ryan ... Vince, Hostage (as Ian Ryan)

Craig Warnock ... Technician
Juston C. Sharratt ... Volunteer (as Juston Sharratt)

Lloyd Adams ... Rajeev
Andrea Sorensen ... Female Jaridian

Lisa Howard ... Lili Marquette (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 8: Essence

20 November 2000
Renee's brother has PTSD. In a desperate effort to help him, she agrees to let him undergo special treatment. The treatment removes his emotion. The project is overseen by Sandoval and the emotion they take is given to Da'an.

Robert Leeshock ... Liam Kincaid

Jayne Heitmeyer ... Renee Palmer
Von Flores ... Ronald Sandoval
Melinda Deines ... Juliet Street (credit only)
Leni Parker ... Da'an

Anita La Selva ... Zo'or

Richard Zeppieri ... Frank Tate

Chris William Martin ... Richard Palmer
Stephen Sparks ... Curtis
Mark Burgess ... Randy Elston
Dennis Mirkovic ... Leko Keglivic

Sheri Godfrey ... Technician

Stacy Grant ... Claire Yates (archive footage) (uncredited)

Andrea Lui ... Geisha (uncredited)

John Ralston ... Stephen (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 9: Phantom Companion

27 November 2000
While on board the mothership, Renee sustains an injury and while being treated, she gets pulled into the walls and disappears. Liam searches for her. While Zo'or believes that Renee's accident was not an accident and that someone on board is deliberately causing problems. Sandoval tries to find out who could be doing it. Both Liam and Sandoval discover that another protector who was believed dead is the one they're looking for.

Season 4, Episode 10: Dream Stalker

4 December 2000
Street asks Liam to help a friend who's arrested for the murder of a man he hated. Liam talks to him and he claims that he dreamed of killing him. Liam checks out the evidence and discovers that it's overwhelming. Liam discovers a device, which is of Taelon origin that can allow someone to get into a person dreams. Later Da'an is attacked and evidence implicates Sandoval. Liam offers to help him. He asks Sandoval where one can get the device and meets the seller, who remains anonymous. But they learn that the technology used is made by a woman Renee knows. But when she's arrested she denies it. And it turns out it is someone else and his next target is Renee.

Robert Leeshock ... Liam Kincaid

Jayne Heitmeyer ... Renee Palmer
Von Flores ... Ronald Sandoval
Melinda Deines ... Juliet Street
Leni Parker ... Da'an

Anita La Selva ... Zo'or
Paul Miller ... Ken Mathews

Jody Racicot ... Speed
Dean McKenzie ... Detective Sam Nepps (as Dean Monroe McKenzie)

Alison Burn ... Dr. Dupree

Jeff Geddis ... Crash

Fiona Highet ... Janis Jakes
Taylor Price ... Amp

Chris Bickford ... Volunteer

Season 4, Episode 11: Lost Generation

15 January 2001
A CVI malfunctions and kills a soon-to-be father. The investigation leads Liam and Renee to a fertility clinic. Renee finds out she is infertile and suspects that Taelon technology is affecting worldwide fertility.

Robert Leeshock ... Liam Kincaid

Jayne Heitmeyer ... Renee Palmer
Von Flores ... Ronald Sandoval
Melinda Deines ... Juliet Street (credit only)
Leni Parker ... Da'an

Anita La Selva ... Zo'or

Lynne Griffin ... Louise Jacobi

Jane Watson ... Sue Broday

Richard Zeppieri ... Frank Tate

Alison Burn ... Dr. Dupree

Michael Cram ... Bob Brody
Dean McKenzie ... Sam Needs (as Dean Monroe McKenzie)
Terry Nicholas ... Nurse

John MacDonald ... Guard

Reagan Pasternak ... Belle Hartley (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 12: The Summit

22 January 2001
Da'an leaves and doesn't being Liam along. Zo'or is frantic as to why Da'an left. Liam wants to help but Zo'or doesn't trust him because he doesn't have a CVI, so Liam agrees to be implanted. But his CVI enables Zo'or to see and hear what Liam does. So he tells Renee. She tells Street who comes up with a plan to make double of Liam which doesn't have a CVI so with the double they try to find Da'an.

Robert Leeshock ... Liam Kincaid

Jayne Heitmeyer ... Renee Palmer
Von Flores ... Ronald Sandoval
Melinda Deines ... Juliet Street
Leni Parker ... Da'an

Anita La Selva ... Zo'or

Garwin Sanford ... Federov
Kent Staines ... Balvak

Rav Toor ... Carlos (as Ravinder Toor)
Marvin Hinz ... forensic Tech
Zoe Heath ... Lisa Sagrentino

Chuck Campbell ... Paramedic
Dan Chameroy ... Vorjak (archive footage) (uncredited)

Edie Inksetter ... Art Gallery Owner (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 13: Dark Matter

29 January 2001
When the mother ship hits dark matter, the ship dos not begin to heal itself. Zo'or is left in an unconscious state and Sandoval takes control. He decides it is time to liberate the Earth from the Taelons.

Robert Leeshock ... Liam Kincaid

Jayne Heitmeyer ... Renee Palmer
Von Flores ... Ronald Sandoval
Melinda Deines ... Juliet Street
Leni Parker ... Da'an

Anita La Selva ... Zo'or

Richard Zeppieri ... Frank Tate
Frank Moore ... Hubble Urich

Victor A. Young ... Ha'gel

Jamie Robinson ... Captain
Juston C. Sharratt ... Volunteer (as Juston Sharratt)
Richard Chevolleau ... Marcus 'Augur' Deveraux (archive footage) (uncredited)

Daniel Magder ... 4 Year Old Liam (archive footage) (uncredited)

Kari Matchett ... Siobhan Beckett (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 14: Keys to the Kingdom

5 February 2001
The relic left by Ma'el is stolen from the mother ship. Zo'or threatens to destroy a major city if it isn't returned. Liam believes the final chapters contain information on synthesizing core energy.

Season 4, Episode 15: Street Chase

12 February 2001
Sandoval is watching via nanobots inside Street as she tries to decipher Ma'el's riddle. She tries to figure out how to escape from Sandoval and the Taelons forcing her to solve the riddle. She flashes back to childhood fears.

Season 4, Episode 16: Trapped by Time

19 February 2001
Liam and Renee learn of a facility where time travelers from the future are being held. They try to learn from them what happens to the Taelons. Sandoval's wife is used as a pawn to gain important information from him.

Robert Leeshock ... Liam Kincaid

Jayne Heitmeyer ... Renee Palmer
Von Flores ... Ronald Sandoval
Melinda Deines ... Juliet Street (credit only)
Leni Parker ... Da'an

Anita La Selva ... Zo'or

Don Francks ... Kyle Madrid

Larissa Laskin ... Heather North
Paul Boretski ... Capt. Stuart Trammel

Wayne Best ... Mark Rusk

Shary Guthrie ... Dee Dee Sandoval
James Thomas ... Tech
Sean MacMahon ... Portal Guide

Sean Bell ... Volunteer Guard

Ryan Cunningham ... Security Guard (uncredited)

Kevin Kilner ... William Boone (archive footage) (uncredited)
Yvonne Maverick ... Time Traveler (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 17: Atonement

26 February 2001
Sandoval goes to Renee to request a trial to testify to atrocities against humanity committed by the Taelons. A manhunt for Sandoval begins when he quits and leaves the mother ship. Liam has to protect him on his way to the grand jury.

Robert Leeshock ... Liam Kincaid

Jayne Heitmeyer ... Renee Palmer
Von Flores ... Ronald Sandoval
Melinda Deines ... Juliet Street (credit only)
Leni Parker ... Da'an

Anita La Selva ... Zo'or
Frank Moore ... Hubble Urich

Colette Stevenson ... Gre Van Hoeck
Greg Ellwand ... Lawrence Jantzen
Paula Barrett ... Judge

Jonathan Whittaker ... Defense Attorney

Richard Zeppieri ... Frank Tate

Bill Lake ... Colonel Bastian

Shary Guthrie ... Dee Dee Sandoval (as Shary Lee Guthrie)
Lubomir Mykytiuk ... Sergeant Tessell
Claudio Masciulli ... Rotund Man / Sandoval
Nicolas Van Burek ... DP1
Roy Lewis ... Surgeon
Joanna Jang ... Geisha
Kelly Fiddick ... Doors Courier

Wayne Best ... Martin Rusk (archive footage) (uncredited)

William deVry ... Joshua Doors (archive footage) (uncredited)
David Hemblen ... Jonathan Doors (archive footage) (uncredited)

Lisa Howard ... Lili Marquette (archive footage) (uncredited)

Chris William Martin ... Richard Palmer (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 18: Blood Ties

16 April 2001
Strange assaults and several deaths may be related to a Doors/Taelon joint venture where Taelon core energy was used to heal people. It appears that the energy is being sucked back out of the patients.

Robert Leeshock ... Liam Kincaid

Jayne Heitmeyer ... Renee Palmer
Von Flores ... Ronald Sandoval
Melinda Deines ... Juliet Street (credit only)
Leni Parker ... Da'an

Anita La Selva ... Zo'or
Roger Dunn ... Alistair Fitzpaine

Guylaine St-Onge ... Serina Sharmo (as Guylaine St. Onge)
R.D. Reid ... Dr. Herber
Patrick Galligan ... Agent Charles Green
James Downing ... Warden Martin Worshky

Richard Zeppieri ... Frank Tate

Severn Thompson ... Ho'shin

Andrea Lui ... Geisha
Geoffrey Smith ... Bartender
Kent Staines ... Balvak (archive footage) (uncredited)

Jeff Wincott ... Lt. Jack Malley (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 19: Hearts and Minds

23 April 2001
When Renee's boyfriend appears to her while he is imprisoned on the mother ship, Liam theorizes a special energy bond between the pair. Zo'or is upset by the human's betrayal and bans all humans from the mother ship.

Season 4, Episode 20: Epiphany

30 April 2001
The Taelons announce that they will all go into death stasis and wait on the mother ship for humans to discover how to create core energy and revive them. Zo'or and Da'an don't trust each other to be the last to submit to stasis.

Robert Leeshock ... Liam Kincaid

Jayne Heitmeyer ... Renee Palmer
Von Flores ... Ronald Sandoval
Melinda Deines ... Juliet Street (credit only)
Leni Parker ... Da'an

Anita La Selva ... Zo'or
Nadia Capone ... Dr. Alison Curzon

Victor A. Young ... Ha'gel

Sadie LeBlanc ... Tina DeMay
Frank Moore ... Hubble Urich
Wayne Downer ... Reporter / Bomber
Jennifer Foster ... Sa'ron (uncredited)
Le Blanc ... Lt. Dumay (uncredited)

Kari Matchett ... Siobhan Beckett (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 21: Dark Horizons

7 May 2001
Eight Taelons are killed when protectors' implants are re-calibrated with a new imperative to kill instead of protect Taelons. They fear the Jiridians have found a way to control the CVIs. Meanwhile, their core energy continues to deplete.

Robert Leeshock ... Liam Kincaid

Jayne Heitmeyer ... Renee Palmer
Von Flores ... Ronald Sandoval
Melinda Deines ... Juliet Street
Leni Parker ... Da'an

Anita La Selva ... Zo'or
Frank Moore ... Hubble Urich

Kerry Dorey ... Vorjak
Novie Edwards ... Liz Argyle

Richard Zeppieri ... Frank Tate

Damon D'Oliveira ... Perez
Anthony Grieco ... Marco Margiori

Stephanie Belding ... Ja'raal
Reuben Thompson ... Storm Trooper Captain
Jeffrey Kuhn ... Techno Reporter

Cameron Daddo ... Jeff Marlowe (archive footage) (uncredited)
Darren McGuire ... Kevin Walker (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 22: Point of No Return

15 May 2001
When Street solves the 8th dimension of Ma'el's riddle, a beacon leads Liam to a chamber with a healing pool. However, there is only enough in the healing pool to help 6 Taelons. Zo'or will do anything to insure his own life.

Season 5


Season 5, Episode 1: Unearthed

1 October 2001
Renee has spent company money and time on a search and rescue team to discover what happened to Liam in the chamber. She is asked to cease or quit. She quits, convinced that Liam is alive. Street helps her put together a new search team.

Jayne Heitmeyer ... Renee Palmer
Von Flores ... Ronald Sandoval
Melinda Deines ... Juliet Street

Guylaine St-Onge ... Juda (as Guylaine St. Onge)

Alan Van Sprang ... Howlyn

Alex Carter ... Keeler

Andrew Gillies ... Captain Sims

Vince Corazza ... Combs (as Vincent Corazza)
Dave Nichols ... Henson

Noam Jenkins ... Ryan Patrichio
Helen Taylor ... Ra'jel
Frank Moore ... Hubble Urich

Martin Roach ... Jens
Toby Proctor ... Blake
Neil Dainard ... Lt. General George Nason
Richard Chevolleau ... Marcus 'Augur' Deveraux (archive footage) (uncredited)

Kerry Dorey ... Vorjak (archive footage) (uncredited)

Anita La Selva ... Zo'or (archive footage) (uncredited)

Robert Leeshock ... Liam Kincaid (archive footage) (uncredited)

Darren Marsman ... Fletcher (uncredited)
Leni Parker ... Da'an (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 2: Pariahs

8 October 2001
On the mother ship, Sandoval tries to deal with the Atavus to preserve himself. Renee wants to act, tries to convince Hubble that the Atavus exist and need to be terminated. Street doesn't trust Hubble and thinks they should just lay low.

Jayne Heitmeyer ... Renee Palmer
Von Flores ... Ronald Sandoval
Melinda Deines ... Juliet Street

Guylaine St-Onge ... Juda (as Guylaine St. Onge)

Alan Van Sprang ... Howlyn

Noam Jenkins ... Ryan Patrichio
Helen Taylor ... Ra'jel
Frank Moore ... Hubble Urich
Tony Meyler ... Sentry
Juston C. Sharratt ... Drone (as Juston Sharratt)

Alex Carter ... Keeler (archive footage) (uncredited)

Vince Corazza ... Combs (archive footage) (uncredited)

Darren Marsman ... Fletcher (archive footage) (uncredited)

Martin Roach ... Jens (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 3: The Seduction

15 October 2001
Humans are brought aboard the mother ship for a joining with the Atavus to create hybrids. Renee tries to free Ra'jel. Hubble and Renee both become captives of Sandoval.

Jayne Heitmeyer ... Renee Palmer
Von Flores ... Ronald Sandoval
Melinda Deines ... Juliet Street

Guylaine St-Onge ... Juda (as Guylaine St. Onge)

Alan Van Sprang ... Howlyn

Noam Jenkins ... Ryan Patrichio
Helen Taylor ... Ra'jel
Frank Moore ... Hubble Urich
James Downing ... John Besson
Brendan Connor ... Newscaster

Roberta Angelica ... Woman

Sara Sahr ... Nurse

David Christo ... Drone
Juston C. Sharratt ... Drone (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 4: Subterra

22 October 2001
Renee is still having trouble getting anyone to believe her about the Atavus. She meets a man who tells her that people who live underground are disappearing, due to the Atavus. They find a chamber used to make hybrids.

Jayne Heitmeyer ... Renee Palmer
Von Flores ... Ronald Sandoval
Melinda Deines ... Juliet Street

Guylaine St-Onge ... Juda (as Guylaine St. Onge)

Alan Van Sprang ... Howlyn (credit only)

Noam Jenkins ... Ryan Patrichio

Deborah Odell ... Melissa Donovan (as Deborah O'Dell)

Peter Outerbridge ... Joe
John Mcready ... Anchor
Christopher Crumb ... Mole Man (as Christopher Crumb)
Sarah Martyn ... Woman

David Christo ... Drone (uncredited)
James Downing ... John Besson (archive footage) (uncredited)
Frank Moore ... Hubble Urich (archive footage) (uncredited)
Helen Taylor ... Ra'jel (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 5: Boone's Awakening

29 October 2001
Howlyn is completely obsessed with Renee. He and Sandoval bring Boone back to life to try to get to Renee. Howlyn transforms Boone's sister into a hybrid.

Jayne Heitmeyer ... Renee Palmer
Von Flores ... Ronald Sandoval
Melinda Deines ... Juliet Street

Guylaine St-Onge ... Juda (credit only) (as Guylaine St. Onge)

Alan Van Sprang ... Howlyn

Sarah Lafleur ... Sarah Boone

Kevin Kilner ... William Boone
Michael Leder ... Stud

Landy Cannon ... Guy

David Christo ... Hybrid #1

Majel Barrett ... Dr. Julianne Belman (archive footage) (uncredited)
David Hemblen ... Jonathan Doors (archive footage) (uncredited)

Lisa Howard ... Lili Marquette (archive footage) (uncredited)

Anita La Selva ... Zo'or (archive footage) (uncredited)

Lisa Ryder ... Kate Boone (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 6: Termination

5 November 2001
Renee breaks a serial killer who also happens to be a pathologist out of prison to help her determine a way to kill the Atavus. Street has difficulty agreeing with Renee's plan.

Jayne Heitmeyer ... Renee Palmer
Von Flores ... Ronald Sandoval
Melinda Deines ... Juliet Street

Guylaine St-Onge ... Juda (credit only) (as Guylaine St. Onge)

Alan Van Sprang ... Howlyn (credit only)

Richard Zeppieri ... Frank Tate

Margot Kidder ... Dr. Josephine Mataros
Scott Wickware ... Security Guard

Bree Williamson ... Woman Victim
Brian Frank ... Man
James Downing ... John Besson (archive footage) (uncredited)

Kevin Kilner ... William Boone (archive footage) (uncredited)
Jack Newman ... Dr. Samuel Foster (uncredited)

Peter Outerbridge ... Joe (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 7: Guilty Conscience

12 November 2001
A former Doors employee who has been turned into a hybrid tells Renee to stop a project just before he dies. The project seems to be an attempt to create Atavus hybrids faster.

Jayne Heitmeyer ... Renee Palmer
Von Flores ... Ronald Sandoval
Melinda Deines ... Juliet Street

Guylaine St-Onge ... Juda (credit only) (as Guylaine St. Onge)

Alan Van Sprang ... Howlyn

Michael Sarrazin ... Dr. Charles Tenzer

K.C. Collins ... R.J. (as Chris Collins)

Peter MacNeill ... Harry Winslow

Matthew Ferguson ... Zack Winslow
Juston C. Sharratt ... Atavus (as Juston Sharratt)
Tim MacMenamin ... Tenzer Chief Guard
Peter Sawyer ... Male Test Subject

Allana Harkin ... Female Test Subject
Brian Frank ... Hybrid (archive footage) (uncredited)

Margot Kidder ... Dr. Josephine Mataros (archive footage) (uncredited)

Kevin Kilner ... William Boone (archive footage) (uncredited)

Richard Zeppieri ... Frank Tate (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 8: Boone's Assassin

19 November 2001
Renee has crystal that shows a map of where all the other Atavus hives are throughout the planet. She goes to Boone for help in destroying the hives before Howlyn can find them. Sandoval resurrects Zo'or to hunt Boone.

Season 5, Episode 9: Entombed

26 November 2001
From a hive under Stonehenge, Renee and Street take an Atavus called Gren in his stasis chamber to the Antarctic to see if the cold will affect him. Gren tries to convince Street that most Atavus are peaceful and will not feed from humans.

Jayne Heitmeyer ... Renee Palmer
Von Flores ... Ronald Sandoval
Melinda Deines ... Juliet Street

Guylaine St-Onge ... Juda (credit only) (as Guylaine St. Onge)

Alan Van Sprang ... Howlyn

Noam Jenkins ... Ryan Patrichio

Inga Cadranel ... Agent Moxsan

Derek McGrath ... Pax

Anthony Lemke ... Gren

Tig Fong ... Vickers

Karl Campbell ... Agent Zenzo
Kelly Fiddick ... Dr. Sanders

Markus Parilo ... Sir Peter (as Marcus Parilo)
Anna Freake ... Exotic Woman
Brian Frank ... Hybrid (archive footage) (uncredited)

Margot Kidder ... Dr. Josephine Mataros (archive footage) (uncredited)
Helen Taylor ... Ra'jel (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 10: Legacy

14 January 2002
An archaeologist uncover an ancient tomb and portal where a female Atavus appears. Renee chases it through a portal to a monastery back in time. A monk follows Renee back to the present.

Jayne Heitmeyer ... Renee Palmer
Von Flores ... Ronald Sandoval
Melinda Deines ... Juliet Street

Guylaine St-Onge ... Juda (credit only) (as Guylaine St. Onge)

Alan Van Sprang ... Howlyn
Cherilee Taylor ... Nahema

Michael Anthony Rawlins ... Brother Franciscus
Jonathan Welsh ... Prof. Simon Ruttledge

Fulvio Cecere ... Louie D'Onofrio
Richard Partington ... The Inquisitor
Philip DeWilde ... Reporter (as Phil De Wilde)
Eugene Oleksiuk ... Monk

Vladimir Jon Cubrt ... Victim (as Jon Cubrt)
Michael Blake ... Hybrid Victim

Kevin Kilner ... William Boone (archive footage) (uncredited)

Anthony Lemke ... Gren (archive footage) (uncredited)
Frank Moore ... Hubble Urich (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 11: Death Suite

21 January 2002
After an incident where Renee fails to save a mother from an Atavus attack, she suffers PTSD and needs a break. She and Street head to a spa, but when Renee claims to have seen an Atavus, Street believes she's just being paranoid.

Jayne Heitmeyer ... Renee Palmer
Von Flores ... Ronald Sandoval
Melinda Deines ... Juliet Street

Guylaine St-Onge ... Juda (credit only) (as Guylaine St. Onge)

Alan Van Sprang ... Howlyn
Kate Greenhouse ... Sophie Speakman

Derek Scott ... Dr. Qu
Mark Burgess ... Eugene Speakman

Elisa Moolecherry ... Mother

Linette Doherty ... Spa Attendant (as Linette Robinson)
Peter McDonagh ... Buff Spa Attendant

Brian Jagersky ... Ravenous Atavus (uncredited)

Kevin Kilner ... William Boone (archive footage) (uncredited)
Frank Moore ... Hubble Urich (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 12: Atavus High

28 January 2002
The leader of a high school based Atavus fan club is targeted to become the leader of a youth movement for hybrids. Renee tries to save his girlfriend and stop other teens from following him.

Jayne Heitmeyer ... Renee Palmer
Von Flores ... Ronald Sandoval
Melinda Deines ... Juliet Street

Guylaine St-Onge ... Juda (as Guylaine St. Onge)

Alan Van Sprang ... Howlyn

Rachel McAdams ... Christine Bickwell

Shawn Roberts ... Jeremiah O'Brien

Andrew Airlie ... Coach Bickwell

Dan Petronijevic ... Eric Delmonico (as Daniel Petronijevic)

Derek Scott ... Dr. Qu

Drew Nelson ... Damon

Len Doncheff ... Bailey the Janitor
Brendan Connor ... Newscaster
Domenic Cina ... Louie (uncredited)

Anthony Lemke ... Gren (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 13: Deep Sleep

4 February 2002
Renee is suspicious when a friend's wife and other patients become comatose supposedly from allergic reactions to anesthesia. She suspects Sandoval when she sees hybrids at the hospital. She needs an Atavus blood sample to find an antidote.

Jayne Heitmeyer ... Renee Palmer
Von Flores ... Ronald Sandoval
Melinda Deines ... Juliet Street

Guylaine St-Onge ... Juda (as Guylaine St. Onge)

Alan Van Sprang ... Howlyn (credit only)

James Gallanders ... Reese Jackson

Maria Ricossa ... Dr. Morrison
Frank Moore ... Hubble Urich

Noam Jenkins ... Ryan Patrichio
Saskia Garel ... Claire Jackson

Jonathan Crombie ... Dr. Field

Derek Scott ... Dr. Qu

Jeff Kassel ... Dr. Stone
Kristi Angus ... Wife
Juston C. Sharratt ... Atavus (as Juston Sharratt)
Lorne Hunchuck ... Atavus
Courtney Hawkrigg ... Victim
Steve Chamberlain ... Orderly

Sara Sahr ... Nurse (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 14: Art of War

11 February 2002
Tate is captured and Juda is injured in an attack on a military facility. Renee makes a deal with Tate to release him. He returns with Juda's body, which they study to learn why it did not regenerate.

Jayne Heitmeyer ... Renee Palmer
Von Flores ... Ronald Sandoval
Melinda Deines ... Juliet Street

Guylaine St-Onge ... Juda (as Guylaine St. Onge)

Alan Van Sprang ... Howlyn

Andrew Jackson ... The First Jaridian

Dean McDermott ... Lt. Brenton Michaels
Helen Taylor ... Ra'jel

Richard Zeppieri ... Frank Tate

Robert Kingston ... Hybird Medical Attendant

Andrew Moodie ... Dr. Paul Rogers

Majel Barrett ... Dr. Julianne Belman (archive footage) (uncredited)
Dan Chameroy ... Vorjak (archive footage) (uncredited)
Richard Chevolleau ... Marcus 'Augur' Deveraux (archive footage) (uncredited)

Lisa Howard ... Lili Marquette (archive footage) (uncredited)

Kevin Kilner ... William Boone (archive footage) (uncredited)

Anita La Selva ... Zo'or (archive footage) (uncredited)

Robert Leeshock ... Liam Kincaide (archive footage) (uncredited)
Frank Moore ... Hubble Urich (archive footage) (uncredited)
Leni Parker ... Da'an (archive footage) (uncredited)

Christy Ring ... Reporter (uncredited)

Lisa Ryder ... Kate Boone (archive footage) (uncredited)

Jeff Wincott ... Lt. Jack Malley (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 15: Grave Danger

18 February 2002
Renee seeks the assistance of a former boyfriend who is now an archaeologist as she attempts to follow a map she believes will get them to an Atavus stasis chamber.

Jayne Heitmeyer ... Renee Palmer
Von Flores ... Ronald Sandoval
Melinda Deines ... Juliet Street

Guylaine St-Onge ... Juda (credit only) (as Guylaine St. Onge)

Alan Van Sprang ... Howlyn

Juan Chioran ... Raleigh St. Claire

Cedric Smith ... Prof. Hightower

Damon D'Oliveira ... Rashid
Santino Buda ... Vespasian
Sam Moses ... Old Man
Darren McGuire ... Ashkhenaton

Season 5, Episode 16: Deportation

25 February 2002
A friend of Renee's is captured and taken to a government internment facility where hybrids are being detained. When she goes in to free him, she suspects he has an ulterior motive in being there.

Jayne Heitmeyer ... Renee Palmer
Von Flores ... Ronald Sandoval
Melinda Deines ... Juliet Street

Guylaine St-Onge ... Juda (credit only) (as Guylaine St. Onge)

Alan Van Sprang ... Howlyn

Gordon Currie ... Chase McBride
Frank Moore ... Hubble Urich

Richard Clarkin ... Nason

Tony Nappo ... Smoke Hench

Kim Coates ... Smoke
James Binkley ... Black Op #1
Trevor Haynes ... Handsom Hybrid
Sandra Jackson ... Screaming Woman
Juston C. Sharratt ... Drone (as Juston Sharratt)

James Gallanders ... Reese Jackson (archive footage) (uncredited)

Maria Ricossa ... Dr. Morrison (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 17: Honor and Duty

8 April 2002
Renee teams up with Michaels to steal weapon schematics from the US Army. They must turn his team to their side to succeed. Howlyn finds Zo'or to see if she can control the mother ship.

Jayne Heitmeyer ... Renee Palmer
Von Flores ... Ronald Sandoval
Melinda Deines ... Juliet Street

Guylaine St-Onge ... Juda (credit only) (as Guylaine St. Onge)

Alan Van Sprang ... Howlyn
Beau Starr ... Lt. Gen. Kirkland

Dean McDermott ... Brenton Michaels
Frank Moore ... Hubble Urich
Paul Boretski ... Sgt. Ed Manning

Patrick Garrow ... Hybird Tech

Anita La Selva ... Zo'or

Kevin Kilner ... William Boone (archive footage) (uncredited)

Richard Zeppieri ... Frank Tate (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 18: Bad Genes

15 April 2002
Renee and Sandoval stand off at a hive where an adult Atavus is killed, but Renee takes a young one back to Street. Howlyn commands Sandoval to find and kill the youth who turns out to be Howlyn's son.

Jayne Heitmeyer ... Renee Palmer
Von Flores ... Ronald Sandoval
Melinda Deines ... Juliet Street

Guylaine St-Onge ... Juda (credit only) (as Guylaine St. Onge)

Alan Van Sprang ... Howlyn
Frank Moore ... Hubble Urich

Richard Zeppieri ... Frank Tate
Wendii Fulford ... Yulyn's Mother

Daniel Clark ... Yulyn
Paul McQuillan ... Dr. Stanwell
Jermaine Brown ... Know-Ti-All Kid
Chick Roberts ... Cab Driver

Roy T. Anderson ... Atavus Guardian

Anthony Lemke ... Gren (archive footage) (uncredited)
Helen Taylor ... Ra'jel (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 19: Subversion

22 April 2002
Patrichio is broken out of jail, tried, and killed by a vigilante group called the "Preservationists" protesting the government's stance on the Atavus. Their next target is Renee. She chooses Michaels as her lawyer for the vigilante trial.

Jayne Heitmeyer ... Renee Palmer
Von Flores ... Ronald Sandoval
Melinda Deines ... Juliet Street

Guylaine St-Onge ... Juda (credit only) (as Guylaine St. Onge)

Alan Van Sprang ... Howlyn

Robin Gammell ... Judge Jackson Claridge

Dean McDermott ... Capt. Brenton Michaels
Frank Moore ... Hubble Urich
Norma Jean Wick ... Patrice Ferguson (as Norma Wick)

Noam Jenkins ... Ryan Patrichio

Kevin Jubinville ... Lt. Moran

Dorian Harewood ... Herman Forrester
Dean Hagopian ... Judge #2
Greg Schneider ... Roberts

Deborah Odell ... Melissa Donovan (archive footage) (uncredited)
Beau Starr ... Lt. General Kirkland (archive footage) (uncredited)
Helen Taylor ... Ra'jel (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 20: Street Wise

29 April 2002
Street is drugged at the club and turned into a hybrid. Sandoval uses her to get information about a hybrid vaccine in development and raids the lab where it is being developed.

Jayne Heitmeyer ... Renee Palmer
Von Flores ... Ronald Sandoval
Melinda Deines ... Juliet Street

Guylaine St-Onge ... Juda (credit only) (as Guylaine St. Onge)

Alan Van Sprang ... Howlyn
Kelly Harms ... Ethan
Frank Moore ... Hubble Urich

Philip Craig ... Prof. Zimmer
David Eisner ... Hybird

Simon Reynolds ... Dr. Copple
Rebecca Dicker ... Child Street
Bobby Manning ... Bartender
Bob McCown ... News Reporter
Paul Brogren ... Hybrid Subject
Suzanne Bennett ... Street's Mom (archive footage) (uncredited)
Richard Chevolleau ... Marcus 'Augur' Deveraux (archive footage) (uncredited)

Derek Scott ... Dr. Qu (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 21: The Journey

6 May 2002
Renee and Michaels take one of his men to the hospital to receive the hybrid vaccination, but Michaels suspects something strange is going on. Ra'jel visits Renee to prepare her for the final conflict.

Jayne Heitmeyer ... Renee Palmer
Von Flores ... Ronald Sandoval
Melinda Deines ... Juliet Street (credit only)

Guylaine St-Onge ... Juda (credit only) (as Guylaine St. Onge)

Alan Van Sprang ... Howlyn
Helen Taylor ... Ra'jel

Dean McDermott ... Brenton Michaels
Jonathan Rannells ... Sgt. Kirby

Andrea Roth ... Dr. Sprangler

Andrew Martin ... Atavus Commander

Jonathan Whittaker ... Dr. Garver
Robert Hayley ... Lead Security Guard
Dan Chameroy ... Vorjak (archive footage) (uncredited)
Richard Chevolleau ... Marcus 'Augur' Deveraux (archive footage) (uncredited)

Juan Chioran ... Raleigh St. Claire (archive footage) (uncredited)

Daniel Clark ... Yulyn (archive footage) (uncredited)
David Hemblen ... Jonathan Doors (archive footage) (uncredited)

Lisa Howard ... Lili Marquette (archive footage) (uncredited)

Kevin Kilner ... William Boone (archive footage) (uncredited)

Robert Leeshock ... Liam Kincaide (archive footage) (uncredited)
Leni Parker ... Da'an (archive footage) (uncredited)

Simon Reynolds ... Dr. Copple (archive footage) (uncredited)

Lisa Ryder ... Kate Boone (archive footage) (uncredited)

Cedric Smith ... Prof. Hightower (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 22: Final Conflict

13 May 2002
Renee follows Ra'jel's command to go to the mother ship and Liam reappears to help her. They need to stop Howlyn from getting to his star ship and they need Yulyn's help to board the ship.

Jayne Heitmeyer ... Renee Palmer
Von Flores ... Ronald Sandoval
Melinda Deines ... Juliet Street (credit only)

Guylaine St-Onge ... Juda (credit only) (as Guylaine St. Onge)

Alan Van Sprang ... Howlyn
Frank Moore ... Hubble Urich
Helen Taylor ... Ra'jel

Daniel Clark ... Yulyn

Marc Gomes ... Jaylis

Robert Leeshock ... Liam Kincaid

Patrick Garrow ... Bridge Hybird

Jonas Chernick ... McKnight
Richard Chevolleau ... Marcus 'Augur' Deveraux (archive footage) (uncredited)
David Hemblen ... Jonathan Doors (archive footage) (uncredited)

Lisa Howard ... Lili Marquette (archive footage) (uncredited)

Kevin Kilner ... William Boone (archive footage) (uncredited)

Anita La Selva ... Zo'or (archive footage) (uncredited)
Leni Parker ... Da'an (archive footage) (uncredited)

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