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Year: 1994 | 1995 | 1996


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: The Last of the Macleods

18 September 1994
Immortal tyrant Kortan raids a village for slaves. Young Quentin MacLeod and his mother are killed in the attack but Quentin soon revives. Immortals Ramirez and Mangus help him and his kid stepsister Clyde find their captured clansmen.
Miklos Perlus ... Quentin MacLeod (voice)
Benedict Campbell ... Ramirez (voice)
Lawrence Bayne ... Kortan (voice)
Katie Zegers ... Clyde (voice)
Don Dickinson ... Arak (voice)
Lorne Kennedy ... Malone (voice)

Wayne Robson ... Asklepios / Glen / Igor (voice)
Graham Haley ... Mangus (voice)
Tracey Moore ... Quentin's mother (voice)
Michel de Warzee ... Kortan (voice: French version)
Daniel Dury ... Arak (voice: French version)
Robert Guilmard ... Ramirez (voice: French version)
Noémie Orphelin ... Clyde (voice: French version)
Julien Roy ... Malone (voice: French version)
François Vincentelli ... Quentin MacLeod (voice: French version)
Alexandre von Sivers ... Asklepios (voice: French version)

Season 1, Episode 2: A Taste of Betrayal

18 September 1994
Ramirez takes Quentin and Clyde to his old friend Stevenson, a brilliant Immortal scientist who lives in a defunct hydroelectric power plant turned library and possesses the knowledge of electricity. But something doesn't feel right.
Miklos Perlus ... Quentin MacLeod (voice)
Benedict Campbell ... Ramirez (voice)
Lawrence Bayne ... Kortan (voice)
Katie Zegers ... Clyde (voice)
Don Dickinson ... Arak (voice)
Lorne Kennedy ... Malone (voice)
Hrant Alianak ... (voice)
Graham Haley ... (voice)
Tracey Moore ... (voice)
James Rankin ... (voice)

Stuart Stone ... (voice)

Season 1, Episode 3: The Last Weapon

23 October 1994
Quentin's Dundee clan is attacked and robbed by a gang of raiders led by Mohar, an evil thug who has found a working machine gun. Quentin steals the gun to retrieve his clan's stolen supplies but becomes tempted by its deadly power.

Season 1, Episode 4: Melvyn the Magnificent

2 October 1994
Ramirez takes Quentin and Clyde to an old mining complex to meet his Immortal friend Erol, an expert in explosives, oil and mining. However, they only find Erol's traumatized, delusional and unhinged mortal assistant Melvyn there, who has, in his madness, convinced himself that he too is one of the Immortals. He abuses their trust to trap them in the mine, kidnaps Clyde thinking she's his dead daughter and takes her with him to Mogonda on a suicide mission of revenge to kill Kortan with Erol's explosives.

Season 1, Episode 5: The Sound of Madness

15 January 1995
During a severe thunderstorm, Ramirez, Quentin and Clyde are forced by Kortan's pursuing forces to hide in the Iron City, a gigantic abandoned aircraft carrier shipwreck that lies in the middle of a desert. Kortan himself arrives to fight Quentin one on one. During their battle, Quentin is temporarily blinded by lighting but fights on. Also, Ramirez reveals to Quentin Connor MacLeod's martyrish ultimate fate.

Season 1, Episode 6: The Suspended Village

30 October 1994
The trio is in a cliffside village to find Immortal Olak who possesses the knowledge of wind and flying and is willing to transfer it to Quentin through the "quickening of knowledge" ritual, if he can save the chieftain's son from Arak.
Miklos Perlus ... Quentin MacLeod (voice)
Benedict Campbell ... Ramirez (voice)
Lawrence Bayne ... Kortan (voice)
Katie Zegers ... Clyde (voice)
Don Dickinson ... Arak (voice)
Lorne Kennedy ... Malone (voice)

Wayne Robson ... Asklepios / Villager (voice)

Season 1, Episode 7: Exodus

6 November 1994
Ramirez, Quentin and Clyde stumble upon a small matriarchal seaside community connected to the shore only by a single suspension bridge, which protects them from Kortan's forces. The townswomen have lost many of their husbands and sons in Arak's slave raids, so they've come up with a plan to leave the country and Kortan's grasp for good. They still posses the lost knowledge of shipbuilding, so they''ve constructed in secrecy a huge sailboat. However, Arak arrives and promises to release their men from slavery if the women turn over the fugitive trio.

Season 1, Episode 8: The History Lesson

20 November 1994
Ramirez is taking Quentin to meet Lanceley, an Immortal who possesses the knowledge of history. To stop him, Kortan sends Arak and his forces to Lanceley's rundown citadel where he and his feisty followers live.

Season 1, Episode 9: The Cursed

27 November 1994
Quentin must reach Immortal Ilrick and receive from him the knowledge of medicine to cure both his and a xenophobic rival clan from malaria. Meanwhile, evil scientist Asklepios is promoted and Arak demoted by Kortan.

Season 1, Episode 10: The Valley of the Thorn Pods

4 December 1994
Ramirez takes Quentin to see Immortal Sahevy who possesses the knowledge of botany and agriculture. However, the forest he lives in has been taken over by man-eating plants. The locals blame Sahevy and even accuse him of treachery.

Season 1, Episode 11: Fallout

11 December 1994
Ramirez takes Quentin to see the Sandman, a tormented Immortal once known as Prometheus, who possesses the forbidden knowledge of atom and nuclear weapons. Kortan tries to get to him first and kill him to absorb this knowledge.
Miklos Perlus ... Quentin MacLeod (voice)
Benedict Campbell ... Ramirez (voice)
Lawrence Bayne ... Kortan (voice)
Katie Zegers ... Clyde (voice)
Don Dickinson ... Arak (voice)
Lorne Kennedy ... Malone (voice)

Wayne Robson ... Asklepios / Hunter 417 (voice)
Graham Haley ... Prometheus (voice)

Season 1, Episode 12: The Courage of Love

18 December 1994
The trio travels to see Brana, the Immortal who possesses the knowledge of linguistics and Earth's languages. Unfortunately, Arak raids Brana's village and takes the woman he loves for himself. Brana asks the trio for help.

Season 1, Episode 13: The Setup

8 January 1995
While searching for Yoshoda, a powerful Immortal who has the knowledge of martial arts, spirituality and illusion, the trio is joined by a mysterious teen who convinces Quentin to give up on his search for knowledge and become a warlord.

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: The Sword of Evil

21 September 1995
Haunted by a recurring nightmare in which he fights Kortan, Quentin decides to go to Mogonda alone and deal with Kortan once and for all. However, he finds allies among Mogonda's shanty town people and they try to steal Kortan's sword.
Miklos Perlus ... Quentin MacLeod (voice)
Benedict Campbell ... Ramirez (voice)
Lawrence Bayne ... Kortan (voice)
Katie Zegers ... Clyde (voice)
Don Dickinson ... Arak (voice)
Lorne Kennedy ... Malone (voice)
Michel de Warzee ... Kortan (voice: French version)
Daniel Dury ... Arak (voice: French version)
Robert Guilmard ... Ramirez (voice: French version)
Noémie Orphelin ... Clyde (voice: French version)
Julien Roy ... Malone (voice: French version)
François Vincentelli ... Quentin MacLeod (voice: French version)
Alexandre von Sivers ... Asklepios (voice: French version)

Season 2, Episode 2: The Eye of Heaven

2 October 1995
Kortan locates guilt-ridden satellite expert Sheperd, the Immortal whose miscalculation led to Earth's failure to stop an incoming meteor, which initiated the apocalypse. Sheperd goes on the run to find Quentin and give him his knowledge.

Season 2, Episode 3: The Price of Freedom

5 September 1995
Ramirez takes unruly Quentin to the ruins of a city that was destroyed in the apocalypse to see how most teenagers live now. They witness a street fight between two teenage gangs and Quentin decides to try to make peace between them.

Season 2, Episode 4: The Treasure in the Sand

6 November 1995
While raiding "451opolis", a concealed town founded by a deserter from one of his slave hunter squads, Arak finds a huge library. Since Kortan has banned all books, he plans to burn it down. Can Ramirez stop him?

Season 2, Episode 5: Orane

7 November 1995
The trio visits Orane, a friendly blue-haired female Immortal who runs a technologically advanced underwater city and possesses the knowledge of oceanography and marine life. However, Kortan and his forces manage to track them down.

Season 2, Episode 6: The Secret Prison

6 September 1995
Kortan traps the trio in his escape-proof unisex prison where inmates are brainwashed to worship him and join Kortan's army of hunters. The trio tries to liberate them both physically and mentally. Arak's backstory is revealed.

Season 2, Episode 7: Dead Ringer

7 September 1995
After a skirmish, Ramirez suddenly begins insisting that Quentin is ready to duel Kortan. Clyde is suspicious of this sudden change of heart, especially after Ramirez, uncharacteristically annoyed by her complaining, smacks her.

Season 2, Episode 8: Orion's Reign

8 September 1995
Ramirez takes Quentin to see Cornell, an Immortal with the knowledge of astronomy, acuity and directions. However, Cornell plans to use this knowledge to defeat Kortan during the upcoming solar eclipse and won't give it up.

Season 2, Episode 9: Rage of the Hurricane

11 September 1995
The trio runs into the Hurricane People, a mystical cult of Immortals who live in seclusion. They know a secret method of extracting electric power from whirlwinds, so Ramirez tries to convince them to share this knowledge with Quentin.

Season 2, Episode 10: Oblivion

3 October 1995
Arak captures Dundee chieftain Niel. Kortan decides to erase his memory and replace Malone with him as the new court jester and living key to Kortan's armory. To keep his job, Malone offers to help the trio free Niel. Can they trust him?

Season 2, Episode 11: Lord for a Day

22 September 1995
Kortan leaves Asklepios in charge for a day. Meanwhile, the trio must infiltrate Kortan's nuclear power plant that provides Mogonda with electricity to rescue Volta, the Immortal who possesses the knowledge of nuclear energy.

Season 2, Episode 12: The Siege of the Dundees

4 October 1995
Arak's forces have the Dundees cornered. Ramirez helps them organize defenses which buys the clan some time. The trio and a couple of clansmen then leave for Mogonda to create a diversion even Kortan and Arak can't ignore.

Season 2, Episode 13: The Blood of My Enemy

12 September 1995
Asklepios is mortally hurt during Arak's skirmish against the trio. Asklepios' protegee Valka, the head of Kortan's spy network, is devastated. Malone suggests that the blood of an Immortal can heal him.

Season 2, Episode 14: Valka

22 November 1995
Fearing that she, her mentor Asklepios and their class of bureaucrats will lose their positions to Arak and his hunters, Valka contacts the trio, gives them files her spies have on rebel groups and asks them to kill Arak in return.

Season 2, Episode 15: The Survivors from Outer Space

16 November 1995
NASA's space shuttle returns to Earth after 700 years and crash-lands. Kortan's sleazy Immortal friend Emerson who knows the secret to invisibility is the only survivor. Kortan gets to him before the trio.

Season 2, Episode 16: King of the Ants

23 November 1995
With Arak and his hunters in pursuit, the trio hides in the ruins of a subway. However, one train still works and takes them to Zack, a friendly hermit who can talk to dangerous giant ants called Anomas. Arak locates them.

Season 2, Episode 17: Eagle Valley

5 January 1996
On the run from Arak's forces, the trio finds a young boy named Doogie, who lives in an old tower. Ramirez notices Leonardo da Vinci's invention there. Doogie asks them to wait for his grandfather, but Kortan and Arak show up instead.
Miklos Perlus ... Quentin MacLeod (voice)
Benedict Campbell ... Ramirez (voice)
Lawrence Bayne ... Kortan (voice)
Katie Zegers ... Clyde (voice)
Don Dickinson ... Arak (voice)
Lorne Kennedy ... Malone (voice)

Wayne Robson ... Asklepios (voice)
Michel de Warzee ... Kortan (voice: French version)
Daniel Dury ... Arak (voice: French version)
Robert Guilmard ... Ramirez (voice: French version)
Noémie Orphelin ... Clyde (voice: French version)
Julien Roy ... Malone (voice: French version)
François Vincentelli ... Quentin MacLeod (voice: French version)
Alexandre von Sivers ... Asklepios (voice: French version)

Season 2, Episode 18: Isle of Grans

24 November 1995
The trio is captured by a tribe of wild Grans, the ape-dog hybrids that Clyde's pet Gaul belongs to. The tribe's eccentric human pet O'Kief informs them that Gaul must fight the tribe's champion for their freedom. Arak attacks as well.
Miklos Perlus ... Quentin MacLeod (voice)
Benedict Campbell ... Ramirez (voice)
Katie Zegers ... Clyde (voice)
Don Dickinson ... Arak (voice)

Wayne Robson ... O'Keefe (voice)

Season 2, Episode 19: The Revenge of the Shantytown

9 November 1995
General Kirk sends Kortan's conditioned Anomas against the rebels in Mogonda's shantytown. In retaliation, the rebels bring wild Anomas into town. Immortal Mahata gives his knowledge of entomology to Quentin, who tries to end the carnage.

Season 2, Episode 20: Trick of the Light

10 November 1995
Immortal Eva, who possesses the knowledge of holography, refuses to aid Kortan and escapes his clutches. The trio finds her and she transfers her knowledge to Quentin, but Arak kidnaps Clyde and takes her to Kortan's holographic facility.

Season 2, Episode 21: The Double

13 November 1995
The trio must help Immortal Fredrickson, a brilliant scientist who possesses the knowledge of genetics and is working on ways to revive extinct species, to defeat his evil clone who wants The Prize for himself.
Miklos Perlus ... Quentin MacLeod (voice)
Benedict Campbell ... Ramirez (voice)
Katie Zegers ... Clyde (voice)
Don Dickinson ... Fredrickson (voice)

Season 2, Episode 22: Cult of the Immortal

15 November 1995
The trio arrives in a mining town ruled by a death cult that demands human sacrifices to appease the Immortal god Quentin MacLeod. Quentin suspects this is Kortan's doing but can he prove it to the angry villagers who want to lynch him.
Miklos Perlus ... Quentin MacLeod / Marjorie's son (voice)
Benedict Campbell ... Ramirez (voice)
Lawrence Bayne ... Kortan (voice)
Katie Zegers ... Clyde (voice)
Don Dickinson ... Arak (voice)

Wayne Robson ... Asklepios (voice)

Season 2, Episode 23: Playing with Fire

14 November 1995
Asklepios has created a giant laser super weapon that can torch a whole region in a second. The trio creates a diversion by pitting jealous Arak against Asklepios and tries to reach the weapon and use it on Mogonda.

Season 2, Episode 24: Tricks of the Mind

20 November 1995
While on the run from Arak's forces, a bad fall gives Ramirez amnesia. He now remembers nothing about his oath or Quentin and goes to fight Kortan himself. Kortan tries to kill two birds with one stone by pitting Ramirez against Quentin.

Season 2, Episode 25: Matsuda

21 November 1995
The trio visits Matsuda, an Asian Immortal who possesses the knowledge of cybernetics. He creates the ultimate killing machine to assassinate Kortan but his plan backfires.

Season 2, Episode 26: Ice Dwellers

8 November 1995
Pursued by Arak's forces, the trio enters an icy region and stumbles upon a friendly Inuit tribe of the Igalaks led by wise Takanuk, who live in such total seclusion that they don't even know about the apocalypse or Kortan. Arak locates them, so Ramirez uses an ancient submarine that the Inuits have found in the ice to try to stop him.

Season 2, Episode 27: Countdown

17 November 1995
Asklepios makes an ancient missile launch control center operational again, so Kortan gives Quentin's clan an ultimatum - either they deliver Quentin to him within 12 hours or they will be annihilated. The series ends on an open ending.

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