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"Seven Days" (1998) More at IMDbPro »

Season: 1 | 2 | 3
Year: 1998 | 1999 | 2000 | 2001


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: Pilot: Part 1

7 October 1998
The President and Vice President were killed in a terrorist attack. Now it seems that a secret branch of the government has in their possession technology from the alien landing at Roswell, and they were able to use it to create a time machine that can send someone back in time seven days. And they would like to send someone back before this happened and tell what's going to happen before it does so they can prevent it. Now all they need is someone to send back, as the trip is excruciating. Frank Parker is an ex-Navy SEAL and CIA operative who has been confined to a mental hospital. He has been chosen as their "chrononaut" (or time traveler), as he has a high tolerance for pain, but at the same time he's a bit of a wildcard, as he doesn't like to be told what to do, or follow rules.

Jonathan LaPaglia ... Frank Parker

Don Franklin ... Craig Donovan

Norman Lloyd ... Dr. Isaac Mentnor

Justina Vail ... Dr. Olga Vukavitch

Nick Searcy ... Nathan Ramsey

Sam Whipple ... Dr. John Ballard
Jenna Lyn Ward ... Patricia Parker

Peter J. Lucas ... Karl Pretzneff

Bridget White ... Dana MacMillian (as Bridget Ann White)

Katherine Cannon ... Grandma

Alan Scarfe ... Dr. Bradley Talmadge
Timothy Dale Agee ... Candidate #3

Bob Bancroft ... Doctor
Noel William Berman ... Crying Inmate

Don Brunner ... Pilot
Jerome Butler ... MIB #2
Shelley Chester ... Nurse Sunshine

Carl Ciarfalio ... Cadre Member #1
Michael Crider ... Psychiatrist

Crystal Dalman ... Preppy mom

David DeSantos ... Biker #1
Tee Fargo ... Streaker
Roland Gibbons ... Jimmy Parker

Carl Gilliard ... Technocrat

Adam Gregor ... Fisherman

Endre Hules ... Trotsky

Dan Joffre ... Lt Surell

Trevor Jones ... Gus
Tom Knickerbocker ... Speaker of the House

Charley Lang ... MIB #1
Dennis Lau ... Tattooist

Jordan Lund ... Press Secretary
Glenn Martin ... Biosuit

Ted Mattison ... Aide
Gregory McKinney ... Delta Boss

Jim Meskimen ... Technician Bill
G. Eric Miles ... Candidate #1

Logan Newell ... Candidate #4
Leyna Nguyen ... Newscaster

Vladimir Orlov ... Cadre Member #3
Carrie Phenix ... Co-Star

Wiley M. Pickett ... Inmate #1 (as Wiley Pickett)

Zoran Radanovich ... Serbian Civilian Guard

Ryan Robbins ... Red

George Russo ... Inmate #2

Zak Santiago

Kelly Sarmiento ... CIA Agent

Tony Sears ... Lab Technician (as Anthony Sears)

Robert Seckler ... Delta Commander

L. Sidney ... Yarborough (as Aklam)

Mark Stefanich ... Cadre Member #2
Thia Stephan ... Tina McMann
Stacey Stone ... Operator
Rick Telles ... Candidate #2

Randy Thompson ... Politician

Alex Veadov ... Valensky
Eric Whitmore ... Agent

Tony Winters ... Messenger (as Anthony Winters)
Darrel Casalino ... Russian Cadre (uncredited)
Will Dotter ... News Crew (uncredited)
Chuck Kovacic ... (uncredited)

Edwin A. Santos ... Lab Technician #1 (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: Pilot: Part 2

7 October 1998
Parker is assigned as the "chrononaut" for Backstep. While memorizing all the mission details, Parker discovers via TV that his son has been killed by poison gas during the attack on DC. Finally, the backstep is authorized.

Season 1, Episode 3: The Gettysburg Virus

14 October 1998
Recalled from a survival exercise, Parker has to go back to prevent the release of a virus that will devastate the world's population.

Jonathan LaPaglia ... Frank Parker

Don Franklin ... Craig Donovan

Norman Lloyd ... Dr. Isaac Mentnor

Justina Vail ... Dr. Olga Vukavitch

Nick Searcy ... Nathan Ramsey

Sam Whipple ... Dr. John Ballard

Alan Scarfe ... Dr. Bradley Talmadge

Garret Dillahunt ... Kevin Poe

Thomas Kopache ... Dr. Stanford Forsythe
Bruce Wright ... Agent Drake
Jerome Butler ... MIB #2

Charley Lang ... MIB #1

Lance August ... Young Pilot
Veena Bidasha ... Flight Attendant
Christopher Burkott ... Young Slacker
Aude Charles ... Newscaster

Stacie Mistysyn ... Lita
David Moreland ... Dr. Paul Hangrove
Steve O'Connor ... Desk Clerk
Carrie Phenix ... Co-Star
Bill Rosier ... Confederate Soldier #2
Stacey Stone ... NNL Operator

Joseph Edward Taylor ... Bellboy

Lawrence Turner ... Confederate Soldier #1

Season 1, Episode 4: Come Again?

21 October 1998
Parker finds himself stuck in a time loop involving Olga and a mission to save a cold fusion expert from being killed.

Season 1, Episode 5: Vows

28 October 1998
Frank is tasked with have to return 7 days into the past to try and stop a bomb explosion caused by a failed bank robbery. While on the mission unforeseen events occur that turn Frank's and everyone he loves, world upside down.

Jonathan LaPaglia ... Frank Parker

Don Franklin ... Craig Donovan

Norman Lloyd ... Dr. Isaac Mentnor

Justina Vail ... Dr. Olga Vukavitch

Nick Searcy ... Nathan Ramsey

Sam Whipple ... Dr. John Ballard

Alan Scarfe ... Dr. Bradley Talmadge
Jenna Lyn Ward ... Patricia Parker

John Allen Nelson ... Mike Clary

Rick Cramer ... Steroid
Jerome Butler ... MIB #2

Charley Lang ... MIB #1

Sean Cory Cooper ... Sphere Guard (as Sean Cooper)
Roland Gibbons ... Jimmy Parker

Carl Gilliard ... Technocrat

Tripp Law ... Officer (as Lawrence McNeal III)

Joe Ochman ... Tourist
Carrie Phenix ... Co-Star

Harmony Smith ... Sheila

Mary Van Arsdel ... Tourist Wife

Season 1, Episode 6: Doppleganger: Part 1

4 November 1998
After being sent back to stop a power-hungry general from exploiting an international crisis, Parker finds himself facing a duplicate with a sinister agenda.

Season 1, Episode 7: Doppleganger: Part 2

11 November 1998
After being left for dead, Parker has to find a way to stop his malevolent duplicate and reverse General Starker's takeover of the United States government.

Season 1, Episode 8: Shadow Play

18 November 1998
Frank returns to the past after an NCA front operation is destroyed by a bomb. He must try to stop the bomb, identify who placed it. As he attempts this he discovers truths that change his whole professional life

Season 1, Episode 9: As Time Goes By

25 November 1998
Olga's husband Josef, a Russian chrononaut presumed dead after disappearing in a failed Russian time travel program, shows up after seven years of being missing. Claiming to be over 30 years from the future, Josef says he has come back to bring Olga with him to the future, but Ramsey and Parker strongly suspect things aren't what they appear to be.

Season 1, Episode 10: Sleepers

16 December 1998
Several Agents are hypnotized into killing highly important Scientists then committing suicide after the murders. Frank is sent back to stop the man hypnotizing them, known as "Father.

Jonathan LaPaglia ... Frank Parker

Don Franklin ... Craig Donovan

Norman Lloyd ... Dr. Isaac Mentnor

Justina Vail ... Dr. Olga Vukavitch

Nick Searcy ... Nathan Ramsey

Sam Whipple ... Dr. John Ballard (credit only)

Alan Scarfe ... Dr. Bradley Talmadge

Soon-Tek Oh ... Dr. Huan Chow Lee

Wade Williams ... Capt. Marc Golden (as Wade Andrew Williams)

Tucker Smallwood ... Mr. Donovan
Lillian Lehman ... Mrs. Donovan

David Bickford ... Bad Magician

Mark Daniel Cade ... Secret Service Agent

Lisa Dalton ... Hotel Housekeeper
Michael Fachetti ... FBI Agent
Brittney Lee Harvey ... Kimmy Golden

Teddy Lane Jr. ... Torres
Patrick McTavish ... Robbie Golden
Leslie Riley ... Ann Golden

Pat Skelton ... Vice President of the United States (as Patrick Skelton)
Reunald Jones III ... Navy S.E.A.L. (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 11: HAARP Attack

27 January 1999
While on a mission to stop Middle Eastern terrorists from redirecting American bombers to destroy a U.S. military base, a malfunction leaves Parker believing he is only ten years old.

Season 1, Episode 12: Last Card Up

3 February 1999
At the compound of a religious leader who doesn't pay taxes, the ATF arrives to take him in. But he refuses to give himself up. Things heat up. Later there's a gunshot that sets off a confrontation between the ATF and the cult that ends with everyone in the compound getting killed in an explosion. Now no one knows who fired the shot and what caused the explosion so before they send Frank back, Taldmadge sends him, Olga and Ramsey to get more info. While there Frank hooks up with a TV reporter. Olga finds them in Frank's room. Later reporters flood Neverland because the reporter somehow found out about Backstep and they suspect Frank. But he doesn't remember because he was drinking when he was with her. So Taldmadge decides to send Frank without NSA approval. And when he arrives he and Olga go to the compound and discover something odd about one of the leader's people. And Ramsey keeps an eye on the ATF agent in charge.

Jonathan LaPaglia ... Frank Parker

Don Franklin ... Craig Donovan

Norman Lloyd ... Dr. Isaac Mentnor

Justina Vail ... Dr. Olga Vukavitch

Nick Searcy ... Nathan Ramsey

Sam Whipple ... Dr. John Ballard

Alan Scarfe ... Dr. Bradley Talmadge

Craig Wasson ... Christopher Bass

Michael Harris ... Bill Marcourt

Jessalyn Gilsig ... Carla Boyles

Simon Billig ... Joseph

Troy Blendell ... Technician

William Martin Brennan ... Michael McCann
Dave Allen Clark ... Anchorperson (as Dave Clark)
Mary Major ... Field Anchor

Debra Snell ... Riva Daniels
Thia Stephan ... Tina McCann
Ahmad Stoner ... Timothy
Don Tieri ... Isaac

Miracle Vincent ... Jenny

Season 1, Episode 13: Last Breath

10 February 1999
An accident under the Arctic circle with a Russian sub, causes Plutonium to leak into the ballasts, but coup forces the sub up, spreading radioactive material into the air. Parker must Backstep to stop the terrible event from happening.

Season 1, Episode 14: Parkergeist

24 February 1999
An inside job ends up killing Frank in a sabotaged Backstep, but surprisingly he finds he's a ghost and with some help, must stop the security leak and find a way to fix things.

Season 1, Episode 15: Daddy's Girl

3 March 1999
Parker is sent to Bosnia to rescue the illegitimate daughter of the Vice President, killed in the previous time line in a botched rescue mission.

Jonathan LaPaglia ... Frank Parker

Don Franklin ... Craig Donovan

Norman Lloyd ... Dr. Isaac Mentnor

Justina Vail ... Dr. Olga Vukavitch

Nick Searcy ... Nathan Ramsey

Sam Whipple ... Dr. John Ballard

Alan Scarfe ... Dr. Bradley Talmadge

Raymond Cruz ... Rodriguez

Kieran Mulroney ... Corporal Mick Kirkland

Gary Dourdan ... Sgt. Mohmand

Alexandra Hedison ... First Lt. Sally Bensen
Todd Kimsey ... Lt. Willis

Holmes Osborne ... President Robert Maxwell

Tim Halligan ... Vice President McIntyre
Timo Flloko ... Serbian Civilian Guard #2

Robert Forrest ... Serbian Guard
Robert Gauvin ... Secret Service Agent

Anthony Holiday ... Jonathan Adams
Michael G. Kelley ... Capt. Scott DeWitt

Season 1, Episode 16: There's Something About Olga

31 March 1999
In Minsk (Soviet Belarus), mental patient Galina Komanov, daughter of a killed defected researcher, is prepared by a skeptic KGB Captain's team to play the double of Dr. Olga Vukavitch, in order to infiltrate the program and steal the time travel secret while the real Olga is captured and tortured in a secret room inside the research building. Failing to seduce Lt. Frank Parker, she knocks him down and keeps him cuffed to a bed to get information from him by torturing. However, her psychosis and desire to keep the American lifestyle, causes her to go out of control. Frank manages to send an original clue.

Season 1, Episode 17: A Dish Best Served Cold

12 April 1999
A Brazilian shaman sends former James Rance, a chrononaut presumed killed and missing in action years ago, on vision quest back from Amazonas to Arizona. He arrives at Dr. Isaac Mentnor's birthday party for his granddaughter Rebecca (9) and poisons her to blackmail him into sending them on a suicide mission through the sabotaged time-travel device. Lieutenant Frank Parker realizes there is one chance: find his original landing pod within a week. The shaman proves surprisingly helpful in several ways.

Season 1, Episode 18: Vegas Heist

5 May 1999
An old buddy Parker served with attempts a heist of a big casino but in the process over two hundred people are killed in a explosion, including several high-level intelligence officials. In the process of correcting it, Parker gets caught up in the heist.

Season 1, Episode 19: EBE's

12 May 1999
After a classical ET-lookalike's baby-version (called Extraterrestrial Biological Entity, EBE) is hit by a prison transport which, in turn, crashes near Rosswell and a nearby poisonous bio-hazard. Frank is sent there on a mission so secret Isaac can't even brief him in advance. Frank has to find out on the job.

Season 1, Episode 20: Walter

19 May 1999
Frank's dinner date, Charlotte, is the 19th agent worldwide to be shot - her name from a list linked with CIA code project Jasmin (Walter broke its code in LA Chinatown for a team sent from Beijing). Patriotic Peter is killed by his false lover Michelle, who wants to sell information to the highest bidder. Frank must take Walter out of the equation to secure the encryption, even if that means killing him, but decides to rescue instead, with painful consequences.

Season 1, Episode 21: Lifeboat

1998
An alien survivor of the Roswell crash, nick named "Adam", who was kept on life support for decades, suddenly awakens and wreaks havoc.

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: The Football

29 September 1999
Frank must undo a worldwide nuclear holocaust After the Presidents Nuclear football is fumbled.

Jonathan LaPaglia ... Frank Parker

Don Franklin ... Craig Donovan

Norman Lloyd ... Dr. Isaac Mentnor

Justina Vail ... Dr. Olga Vukavitch

Nick Searcy ... Nathan Ramsey

Sam Whipple ... Dr. John Ballard

Alan Scarfe ... Dr. Bradley Talmadge

Lorena Gale ... Madame Marie
Jean-Claude La Marre ... Bone (as Jean Claude LaMarre)

Holmes Osborne ... President Robert Maxwell

Tom Woodruff Jr. ... Kiki the Gorilla

Keith Dallas ... Head #1

Mark Gibbon ... CIA Agent
Roger Haskett ... Larry Aldrich
Leslie Hopps ... Cindy

Nels Lennarson ... Best Man
Bill Mackenzie ... Bartender

John Maclaren ... NSA Technician
Ian Marsh ... Agent #1
Reese McBeth ... J.D.
Malik McCall ... Street Person #1

Phillip Mitchell ... Police Officer (as Phil Mitchell)
Ben Odberg ... Valet
Leon Ortiz-Gil Jr. ... Secret Service Agent (voice)
Scott Owen ... Zoo Keeper

Zahf Paroo ... Taxi Driver
Ron Small ... Homeless Guy

Gerry South ... Car Thief
Bobby Stewart ... Street Person #2

Season 2, Episode 2: Pinball Wizard

6 October 1999
Frank must undo a missile attack on the pentagon by a young girl who thinks she is playing a video game.

Season 2, Episode 3: Parker.com

13 October 1999

Season 2, Episode 4: For the Children

20 October 1999


Jonathan LaPaglia ... Frank Parker

Don Franklin ... Craig Donovan

Norman Lloyd ... Dr. Isaac Mentnor (credit only)

Justina Vail ... Dr. Olga Vukavitch

Nick Searcy ... Nathan Ramsey

Sam Whipple ... Dr. John Ballard (credit only)

Alan Scarfe ... Dr. Bradley Talmadge

Douglas Roberts ... Donald Roper

Marc Vann ... Sgt. David Korshak

Michael Angarano ... Evan Hamilton

Yvonne Zima ... Amanda

Tim Abell ... Sgt. Higgins

Scarlett Pomers ... Jessica Schaffer

Cyd Strittmatter ... Tina Schaffer

Dawn Hudson ... Mrs. Hamilton

Nikki Tyler-Flynn ... Mrs. Kelly
Al Israel ... Subway Operator

Steve Stapenhorst ... Mark Mills

Forbes Riley ... Carole Shaker
Granville Ames ... FBI Agent Honiker

Kevin E. West ... LAPD Captain Newman

Clement Blake ... Kennedy Barstow (as Clement E. Blake)
Roland Gibbons ... Jimmy Parker
Derek Medina ... NNL Aide

Season 2, Episode 5: Two Weddings and a Funeral

3 November 1999

Season 2, Episode 6: Walk Away

10 November 1999
An autopsy on Adam finds alien technology that can help the paralyzed walk again and Dr. Ballard jumps at the chance to be able to walk again. But soon after the device is installed, strange things start happening.

Season 2, Episode 7: Sister's Keeper

17 November 1999

Season 2, Episode 8: The Collector

24 November 1999
Parker Backsteps to prevent a collapsed dam from killing people, but when under the influence of alcohol lands in the middle of an execution, letting a serial killer escape. Frank insists on taking on the investigation to make up for his screw-up.

Season 2, Episode 9: Love and Other Disasters

15 December 1999
Olga and Ballard attend a royal wedding. While there, there's an explosion so Frank is sent to stop it. They assume that it was an accident. But what they don't know is that someone is trying to stop the wedding. Frank goes there and neutralizes the threat. The ones who did it then pull guns and take everyone there captive and the leader demands the Princess but Frank saves her and they hide. That's when Frank learns how she feels about her marriage.

Jonathan LaPaglia ... Frank Parker

Don Franklin ... Craig Donovan (credit only)

Norman Lloyd ... Dr. Isaac Mentnor (credit only)

Justina Vail ... Dr. Olga Vukavitch

Nick Searcy ... Nathan Ramsey

Sam Whipple ... Dr. John Ballard

Alan Scarfe ... Dr. Bradley Talmadge

David Ackert ... Kasim Remos

Emmanuelle Vaugier ... Princess Lisette D'Arcy
Russell Roberts ... Uncle Theodore

Robin Leach ... Himself

Alessandro Juliani ... Prince Hamal Zeani
Marcia Laskowski ... Dyan

Claude Knowlton ... David

Michael Dobson ... Yusef (as Michael Richard Dobson)
Marrett Green ... Newsman
William Samples ... Old Driver
Brian Linds ... Chief Caterer

Yolanda Corbett ... Royal Ball Guest (uncredited)
Warren Takeuchi ... Computer Technician (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 10: The Devil and the Deep Blue Sea

5 January 2000
An unknown confrontation between a U.S. Navy ship and a Chinese sub lead to total destruction and lose of life on both vessels and heightened tensions between the countries. Parker must somehow convince two head strong Naval officers to do otherwise.

Jonathan LaPaglia ... Frank Parker

Don Franklin ... Craig Donovan

Norman Lloyd ... Dr. Isaac Mentnor

Justina Vail ... Dr. Olga Vukavitch

Nick Searcy ... Nathan Ramsey

Sam Whipple ... Dr. John Ballard

Alan Scarfe ... Dr. Bradley Talmadge

Jim Antonio ... Admiral Robert A. Newman
Kevin Patrick Walls ... Lt. LaSalle

Roxann Dawson ... Commander Helen Keagle
Kathryn Daniels ... Keagle's Mother
Allee Friend ... Annie

Erin Karpluk ... LaSalle's Wife
James Travis ... Helmsman
Paul Magel ... Sonarman

David Neale ... Radioman
David Bellman ... Marine

Derek Carter ... Seaman #1
Terry Lee ... Seaman #2

Season 2, Episode 11: Time Gremlin

12 January 2000

Season 2, Episode 12: Buried Alive

9 February 2000
A big disaster leads Frank to Backstep, but when he comes to, he finds the sphere is buried alive, and the project Backstep team cannot find him.

Jonathan LaPaglia ... Frank Parker

Don Franklin ... Craig Donovan

Norman Lloyd ... Dr. Isaac Mentnor

Justina Vail ... Dr. Olga Vukavitch

Nick Searcy ... Nathan Ramsey

Sam Whipple ... Dr. John Ballard

Alan Scarfe ... Dr. Bradley Talmadge
Michael MacRae ... Father John Kelly

Tony Denman ... Young Frank Parker

Simon Longmore ... Fred
Gerry Rousseau ... Will

Neil Schell ... Bureaucrat

Catherine Lough Haggquist ... Stephanie (as Catherine Lough)
Jay Tuzo ... Boxing Opponent
Howard Storey ... Philly Cop

Johnny Cuthbert ... Sergeant (as Jon Cuthbert)
Gene Heck ... Dark Figure (as Gene Hack)

Craig Shoemaker ... Jonathan (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 13: The Backstepper's Apprentice

16 February 2000
Parker Backsteps to save the life of a Preist assassinated by a drug cartel and while mid Backstep he cuts through an airliner and momentarily picks up a passenger blown into the sphere. Now they must try to find out the flight before it's too late.

Jonathan LaPaglia ... Frank Parker

Don Franklin ... Craig Donovan (credit only)

Norman Lloyd ... Dr. Isaac Mentnor (credit only)

Justina Vail ... Dr. Olga Vukavitch

Nick Searcy ... Nathan Ramsey

Sam Whipple ... Dr. John Ballard

Alan Scarfe ... Dr. Bradley Talmadge
Neil Denis ... Morgan Walker

Blu Mankuma ... William Walker
Aaron Joseph ... Titus Miller

Jessica Lucas ... Rita

Kathleen McClaine ... Polly Walker
Donna Yamamoto ... Teacher
Dharrol Alves ... Bigger Boy

June B. Wilde ... Nurse Fairchild

Marnie Alton ... Stewardess
Deryl Hayes ... Detective
Kevin Hayes ... CZN Announcer
Suzin Schiff ... CZN Reporter

BJ Harrison ... Grandma Walker

Season 2, Episode 14: Deja Vu All Over Again

23 February 2000
Bradley takes his first vacation in a decade and in doing so, is kidnapped. During questioning he takes a suicide pill, which ultimately leads to a Backstep. Trying to juggle two deaths, Frank experiences what he calls "time burps", where time just seems to go back by itself, and he uses these to repeat events again and again in order to get the desired outcome.

Jonathan LaPaglia ... Frank Parker

Don Franklin ... Craig Donovan (credit only)

Norman Lloyd ... Dr. Isaac Mentnor (credit only)

Justina Vail ... Dr. Olga Vukavitch

Nick Searcy ... Nathan Ramsey

Sam Whipple ... Dr. John Ballard

Alan Scarfe ... Dr. Bradley Talmadge

James Pax ... The Interrogator / Ling Wu
Grace Una ... Susie

Yee Jee Tso ... Bobby

Ursula Brooks ... Dr. Lola Manson

Michelle Goh ... Michelle Shing

Tseng Chang ... T. Tang
Giorgio Miyashita ... Kendo Master

Peter New ... Delivery Man
Hagan Beggs ... Guide

Garvin Cross ... MIB
Brent Chapman ... Aussie
Ed Hong-Louie ... Old Timer

Jim Lau ... (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 15: Space Station Down

1 March 2000
On the first day of operations for the Global Space Station, an accident leads to it's destruction and the scattering of Plutonium across the United States. Frank Backsteps to fix the events with, but things go wrong.

Jonathan LaPaglia ... Frank Parker

Don Franklin ... Craig Donovan

Norman Lloyd ... Dr. Isaac Mentnor

Justina Vail ... Dr. Olga Vukavitch

Nick Searcy ... Nathan Ramsey

Sam Whipple ... Dr. John Ballard

Alan Scarfe ... Dr. Bradley Talmadge

Robert Knepper ... Major Gene Hastings

Kendall Cross ... Major Cassie Kennington

Vincent Gale ... Lt. Col. Sergei Potenkin (as Vince Gale)
Rob Morton ... Colonel Jack Kennington
Tarie Tennessey ... Julian

Ona Grauer ... Leslie Dixon
Shaenna Young ... Young Cassie

Season 2, Episode 16: The Cuban Missile

22 March 2000
After the adopted son of Fidel Castro, a renounced boxer, is assassinated during a boxing match in America, the communist leader retaliated by launching secret nuclear missiles at Miami, triggering a Backstep.

Jonathan LaPaglia ... Frank Parker

Don Franklin ... Craig Donovan

Norman Lloyd ... Dr. Isaac Mentnor (credit only)

Justina Vail ... Dr. Olga Vukavitch

Nick Searcy ... Nathan Ramsey

Sam Whipple ... Dr. John Ballard

Alan Scarfe ... Dr. Bradley Talmadge

Raymond Cruz ... Teo Millar
John Toles-Bey ... Sonny Hayes

Marco Rodríguez ... General Vendiez
Michael Sorich ... Fidel Castro

Carmen Moore ... Raquel

Lillian Hurst ... Teo's Mom

Eli Gabay ... Angel
Marcus Hondro ... Technician
Scott Barratt ... Color Commentator
Ross Douglas ... Ring Announcer
Paul Carson ... CZN Sports Reporter

Sylvesta Stuart ... Willie

Gaston Morrison ... Flush Davis (as Gaston Howard)

Fidel Castro ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)

John F. Kennedy ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)
Cameron K. Smith ... Vegas High Roller (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 17: X-35 Needs Changing

5 April 2000
Frank and Olga must go to Chechnya in search of a stolen classified U.S. experiment, the X-35 - a human baby with important specifically bred genes.

Jonathan LaPaglia ... Frank Parker

Don Franklin ... Craig Donovan

Norman Lloyd ... Dr. Isaac Mentnor (credit only)

Justina Vail ... Dr. Olga Vukavitch

Nick Searcy ... Nathan Ramsey (credit only)

Sam Whipple ... Dr. John Ballard

Alan Scarfe ... Dr. Bradley Talmadge

Michael Kopsa ... Col. Kurtner

Garry Chalk ... Maj. Vladimir Markovsky

Malcolm Stewart ... Charlie De Witt

Bill Dow ... Dr. Barrison Hahn

Nels Lennarson ... Mike Dodson

Sarah Deakins ... Sylvia Dodson
Andrew Johnston ... General Laswell
Dee Jay Jackson ... Security Guard
Jennifer Sterling ... Nurse
Alexander Kalugin ... Lt. Potranski

Ron Selmour ... Lnc. Cpl. Foote Ray Moore

Denis Krasnogolov ... Russian Soldier
Vitaly Kravchenko ... Rebel Soldier

Season 2, Episode 18: Brother, Can You Spare a Bomb?

19 April 2000
When Ramsey's mentally unbalanced brother commits an act of terrorism and he used Ramsey's access to classified information to do it. Ramsey's relieved of duty. Frank goes back to stop him but instead of telling them what happened, he only tells Ramsey so that they can stop his brother and save Ramsey's career.

Jonathan LaPaglia ... Frank Parker

Don Franklin ... Craig Donovan (credit only)

Norman Lloyd ... Dr. Isaac Mentnor (credit only)

Justina Vail ... Dr. Olga Vukavitch

Nick Searcy ... Nathan Ramsey / Nicholas Ramsey

Sam Whipple ... Dr. John Ballard (credit only)

Alan Scarfe ... Dr. Bradley Talmadge

Anthony Harrison ... Ramsey & Nicholas Double

Michael St. John Smith ... Senator Christopher Morris

Matthew Harrison ... William
Eli Ranger ... Young Nathan Ramsey
Liam Ranger ... Young Nicholas Ramsey

Kevin Blatch ... Reporter

Alison Matthews ... CZN Reporter

Colin Lawrence ... FBI Lead Agent
Nathaniel DeVeaux ... FBI Suit #1
Douglas Stewart ... FBI Suit #2 (as J. Douglas Stewart)
Gene Borkan ... INS Leader
Tom Shorthouse ... Postman

Darryl Scheelar ... Bomb Squad Agent #1
Giorgio Miyashita ... Bomb Squad Agent #2

Julie Hill ... Janie

Carla Boudreau ... Meredith

Daniel Bacon ... Ken

Season 2, Episode 19: Pope Parker

26 April 2000
Frank backsteps to prevent the assassination of the Pope. But something goes wrong and Frank finds himself in the Pope's persona. So he tries to get word to Neverland but the Pope's Entourage stymies him. He then uses his authority as Pope to send for Olga.

Jonathan LaPaglia ... Frank Parker

Don Franklin ... Craig Donovan

Norman Lloyd ... Dr. Isaac Mentnor (credit only)

Justina Vail ... Dr. Olga Vukavitch

Nick Searcy ... Nathan Ramsey

Sam Whipple ... Dr. John Ballard

Alan Scarfe ... Dr. Bradley Talmadge
William Dennis Hunt ... Cardinal Bartow

Jay Brazeau ... Father Carlo

Sam Vincent ... Nino Colachi (as Samuel Vincent)

Walter Marsh ... Pope Sylvester V

Bruno Verdoni ... Aldo
Peter Hall ... Father Patrick
Kevin Hayes ... CZN Anchor
Jilena Cori ... CZN Reporter
Venus Terzo ... Signora Dellacorte

Gardiner Millar ... McMichaels

Graham Andrews ... U.N. Secretary General

John R. Taylor ... Dr. Castellone

Season 2, Episode 20: Witch Way to the Prom

3 May 2000

Season 2, Episode 21: Mr. Donovan's Neighborhood

10 May 2000


Jonathan LaPaglia ... Frank Parker

Don Franklin ... Craig Donovan

Norman Lloyd ... Dr. Isaac Mentnor (credit only)

Justina Vail ... Dr. Olga Vukavitch

Nick Searcy ... Nathan Ramsey

Sam Whipple ... Dr. John Ballard (credit only)

Alan Scarfe ... Dr. Bradley Talmadge

Karen Malina White ... Tracy Donovan

Colin Lawrence ... Lamar Pitts

Mitchell Kosterman ... Terrance Mallory

Dorien Wilson ... Rev. Carl Flood

Tom Pickett ... Raymond
Patricia Idlette ... Vonnie

Emy Aneke ... Jimmy G
Aaron Joseph ... Little Man

Benz Antoine ... Clarence Washington
Brittany Moldowan ... Young Tracy (as Brittany Muldowen)
Christopher Johnson ... Young Craig

Noah Beggs ... SWAT Team Commander
Roland Rothchild ... SWAT Team Member

Kimani Ray Smith ... Devon
Lovie Eli ... Sister Evelyn
Ryf Van Rij ... Paramedic

Season 2, Episode 22: Playmates and Presidents

17 May 2000

Season 2, Episode 23: The Cure

24 May 2000
A friend of Olga's, who's a scientist, calls to tell her she discovered a cure for cancer. Shortly after she dies in an accident. Frank is sent back to save her and he does. Later someone tries to kill her. Frank catches the man who reveals he's a chrononaut from the future. It seems the woman's cure a few years after it was released would mutate into a plague that killed most of the world. The man claims that another vessel was discovered and they used the fuel source to send him back to stop her. But he says because she is so paranoid, they can't reason with her so the only alternative is to terminate her. Frank tells the guy he's cold who responds by saying Frank would have done it. Bradley's superiors agrees and orders her termination.

Jonathan LaPaglia ... Frank Parker

Don Franklin ... Craig Donovan

Norman Lloyd ... Dr. Isaac Mentnor (credit only)

Justina Vail ... Dr. Olga Vukavitch

Nick Searcy ... Nathan Ramsey

Sam Whipple ... Dr. John Ballard (credit only)

Alan Scarfe ... Dr. Bradley Talmadge

Moira Walley-Beckett ... Dr. Krista Henderson (as Moira Walley)

Lawrence Monoson ... Jack Dawes

Biski Gugushe ... Frantic Technician
Jano Frandsen ... Burt Murphy

Jillian Fargey ... Jamie
Rice Honeywell ... Mark
Kevin Hayes ... CZN Newscaster
Dave Adams ... NSA Panel Member #1 (as David Adams)
Gerry Nairn ... NSA Panel Member #2

L. Harvey Gold ... NSA Panel Member #3

Scott Swanson ... NSA Panel Member #4
William S. Taylor ... NSA Panel Member #5
Paul Callaghan ... Security Guard

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Stairway to Heaven

11 October 2000


Jonathan LaPaglia ... Frank Parker

Justina Vail ... Dr. Olga Vukavitch

Don Franklin ... Craig Donovan (credit only)

Nick Searcy ... Nathan Ramsey

Alan Scarfe ... Dr. Bradley Talmadge

Sam Whipple ... Dr. John Ballard

Lilli Birdsell ... Mary Ann Evans

Tori McPetrie ... Tara Evans

Jim Shield ... Tommy
Maxine Miller ... Mrs. Claypool

Emily Anne Graham ... Young Tara (as Emily Graham)

Chris Kramer ... Billy
Paul Norman ... Chuck

Mark Houghton ... MIB #1

Mark Holden ... MIB #2
Shawn Reis ... Fireman
Yvonne Myers ... Woman at House

Kevan Ohtsji ... Gang Leader

Jimmy Carter ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Al Gore ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 2: Peacekeepers

18 October 2000


Jonathan LaPaglia ... Frank Parker

Justina Vail ... Dr. Olga Vukavitch

Don Franklin ... Craig Donovan

Nick Searcy ... Nathan Ramsey

Alan Scarfe ... Dr. Bradley Talmadge

Sam Whipple ... Dr. John Ballard

Justin Shilton ... Carter

Rick Worthy ... Sergeant Grubbs

Wilmer Calderon ... Morales (as Wil Calderon)

Peter LaCroix ... Petrovitch

Martin Budny ... Vladek

Andrew Kavadas ... Major Danevic
Stanislav Samuhel ... Refugee Grandfather (as Stanislav Samhuel)

Eliza Norbury ... Anna (as Eliza Murbach)

Riley Cantner ... Leo

Michelle Brezinski ... Yugoslavin Woman (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 3: Rhino

25 October 2000


Jonathan LaPaglia ... Frank Parker

Justina Vail ... Dr. Olga Vukavitch

Don Franklin ... Craig Donovan

Nick Searcy ... Nathan Ramsey

Alan Scarfe ... Dr. Bradley Talmadge

Bob Koherr ... Rhino

Anne Marie DeLuise ... Carrie Quigley / Sexy Sadie (as Anne Marie Loder)

Barry Mickelson ... Dr. Kirby (as Barry Meckelson)

Adam Harrington ... Darren Sebastian
Dave Adams ... President Marco Estrada (as David Adams)
Alison Tartolano ... Estrada's Daughter
Judith Maxie ... Boutique Owner

Angela Uyeda ... (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 4: The Dunwych Madness

1 November 2000

Season 3, Episode 5: Olga's Excellent Vacation

8 November 2000

Season 3, Episode 6: Deloris Demands

15 November 2000
Someone who calls herself Deloris calls Neverland and knows about Backstep and is making threats, which they don't take seriously. But she then gets a sample of Frank's voice and makes a phone call which makes them think Frank has gone mad. But when they learn it was Deloris, the send Frank back to deal with her. And when he arrives, Deloris wants to play games with him. So he carries it out while they try to find out who Deloris is.

Jonathan LaPaglia ... Frank Parker

Justina Vail ... Dr. Olga Vukavitch

Don Franklin ... Craig Donovan

Nick Searcy ... Nathan Ramsey

Alan Scarfe ... Dr. Bradley Talmadge

Kevin Christy ... Andrew 'Hooter' Owsley

Norman Lloyd ... Dr. Isaac Mentnor

Lennie Loftin ... Deloris (voice)
Greg Anderson ... FAA Supervisor
R. Nelson Brown ... Homeless Man

Lance Gibson ... Fearless
Scott Gilman ... Dean Loris
Kevin Hayes ... CZN Reporter

Adrian Holmes ... Fight Leader

Mark Houghton ... MIB

Angelika Libera ... Woman in Orange (as Angelika Baran)
David Allan Pearson ... Air Traffic Controller (as David Pearson)

Season 3, Episode 7: The Fire Last Time

22 November 2000

Season 3, Episode 8: Tracker

20 December 2000
The brother of a Chechnyan terrorist Parker killed on a previous Backstep, vows to stop Parker and the Backstep program.

Season 3, Episode 9: Top Dog

3 January 2001
When Bradley appears to be having a breakdown because he is talking about Backstep among other things, he is relieved of duty and Ramsey replaces him. Later they learn that his breakdown was caused by something that could be treated. So ask to Backstep so they can help him but their superiors refuse to grant it.

Season 3, Episode 10: Adam & Eve & Adam

10 January 2001
A top secret weapon project test gone awry seemingly kills all life on Earth except Parker, Olga, and Owsley who are deep underground in a secret government facility. Now they must make it back in time to Backstep.

Season 3, Episode 11: Head Case

31 January 2001
The President is at odds over how to deal with a Latin American dictator. He's been having strange dreams that he tells to his therapist who records them. One day someone grabs the therapist and takes the tapes of the President's sessions. Later the dictator calls the President and says he has his tapes and will release them unless he gives him his support. When Backstep learns of this, they learn about the therapist's disappearance and sends Frank to find out if the two events are related. When he arrives, he goes to the therapist's office just as her abductors arrive and they escape with the tapes. She then drops them in a mailbox. Frank has to get them while being pursued.

Jonathan LaPaglia ... Frank Parker

Justina Vail ... Dr. Olga Vukavitch

Don Franklin ... Craig Donovan (credit only)

Nick Searcy ... Nathan Ramsey

Alan Scarfe ... Dr. Bradley Talmadge

Kevin Christy ... Andrew 'Hooter' Owsley

Holmes Osborne ... President Robert Maxwell

Christina Moore ... Dr. Grace Weiman

Francis Guinan ... Howard Eastman

Sal Landi ... General Manuel Escalante

Sean Campbell ... Collier

Alejandro Abellan ... Colonel Delgado
Curtis Bechdholt ... Watchman

Sarah Hayward ... Postal Supervisor
Paul Jamieson ... Ice Cream Vendor
Chris Kelly ... Blaine

James Kirk ... Young Maxwell
Courtney Kramer ... Lady Liberty
Darrell Lee-Izeard ... Postal Worker (as Darryl Izeard)
Dana Pemberton ... Lead Agent

Season 3, Episode 12: Raven

7 February 2001

Season 3, Episode 13: The First Freshman

14 February 2001
When the President's daughter who's a wild child is killed, and the Presdient is depressed, Frank is sent back to save her. Frank saves her but she's still wild which exacerbates the Secret Service Agent assigned to her.

Jonathan LaPaglia ... Frank Parker

Justina Vail ... Dr. Olga Vukavitch

Don Franklin ... Craig Donovan

Nick Searcy ... Nathan Ramsey

Alan Scarfe ... Dr. Bradley Talmadge

Kevin Christy ... Andrew 'Hooter' Owsley

Elizabeth Bogush ... Deedee Maxwell

Nancy Sorel ... Esther Simms

Holmes Osborne ... President Robert Maxwell

Catherine Barroll ... Mrs. Heathcott

Alex Bruhanski ... Jimmy
Paige Christina ... Meek Student
Mark Evanshen ... Manuel

Mark Holden ... MIB #2

Mark Houghton ... MIB #1
Brock Johnson ... Menacing Man
Malik McCall ... Agent Bill

Kirby Morrow ... Rick Hedstrom
Dan Pelchat ... Male Student

Dan Shea ... Bartender

Kimani Ray Smith ... Tough Guy Leader

Moishe Teichman ... Father (as Max Teichman)

Kea Wong ... Chinese Student

Season 3, Episode 14: Revelation

21 February 2001


Jonathan LaPaglia ... Frank Parker

Justina Vail ... Dr. Olga Vukavitch

Don Franklin ... Craig Donovan

Nick Searcy ... Nathan Ramsey

Alan Scarfe ... Dr. Bradley Talmadge
Claire Riley ... Ms. Norton

Garwin Sanford ... Mr. Sackheim

Robert Picardo ... Maj. Michael McGrath
Michael Christopher ... FBI Agent
Nathaniel DeVeaux ... Det. Reginald Steele
Emma Duncan ... Patricia Parker
Kevin Hayes ... CZN Reporter
Daniel B. Melles ... Griffon Guard #2
Dillon Moen ... Jimmy Parker
Keath Thome ... Air Force Sergeant
Brad Turner ... DC Police Officer

Season 3, Episode 15: Crystal Blue Persuasion

28 February 2001

Season 3, Episode 16: Empty Quiver

21 March 2001
When someone sets a nuke goes off, Frank is being sent back to avert it. They give him what info they could get on who might have done it. However because of a mistake on Frank's part, the sphere gets sent back without Frank. So they inspect the sphere and find Frank's bag and inspect it and the only item that doesn't appear to be among the things he usually brings with him is a key. That's when Isaac decides to bring in a girl who is a psychic, whom he worked with years ago when she was around nine and who decided to stop working with him because she couldn't fully comprehend her visions.

Season 3, Episode 17: Kansas

28 March 2001
A freak accident during some tests on the sphere, accidentally send Parker into alternate universe where the government is authoritarian and the NNL base is commanded with deadly force.

Season 3, Episode 18: The Final Countdown

4 April 2001
As tensions with North Korea increase, the by-the-book commander of an American nuclear silo fires a missile despite incomplete information, causing a war. Parker must travel back to try and convince the man what is the right action to be taken.

Jonathan LaPaglia ... Frank Parker

Justina Vail ... Dr. Olga Vukavitch

Don Franklin ... Craig Donovan

Nick Searcy ... Nathan Ramsey

Alan Scarfe ... Dr. Bradley Talmadge

Kevin Christy ... Andrew 'Hooter' Owsley

Holmes Osborne ... President Robert Maxwell

Jason Schombing ... Maj. Nicholas Garcia

Phil Morris ... AF Colonel Beekman
Greg Chan ... General Secretary

Stephen Chang ... Korean General
Cam Cronin ... Lt. Rodgers
Mitch Davies ... Norad Officer #1
Deryl Hayes ... Norad Officer #2

Mark Houghton ... MIB #1

Dan Joffre ... Lieutenant Surell
Andrew Johnston ... JCS Chairman

Carmen Moore ... Officer Merrill
James Purcell ... General
Patrizia Quas ... Janet Garcia (as Pat Quas)

Martin Sims ... Officer Warren

Jud Tylor ... Judy

Season 3, Episode 19: The Brink

8 May 2001
An attack with a laser weapon leaves thousands of concert attending teens permanently blind, with a trail leading Parker back to the Hansen Island mental institute.

Jonathan LaPaglia ... Frank Parker

Justina Vail ... Dr. Olga Vukavitch

Don Franklin ... Craig Donovan

Nick Searcy ... Nathan Ramsey

Alan Scarfe ... Dr. Bradley Talmadge

Gerard Plunkett ... George Atzerodt

Suzy Joachim ... Mary

Kevin Christy ... Andrew 'Hooter' Owsley

Ben Ratner ... David Harold (as Benjamin Ratner)
Lauren Attadia ... Shannon
Lee Jay Bamberry ... Mudd

Keith Dallas ... Arnold

Nolan Gerard Funk ... Ryan (as Nolan Funk)
Kevin Hayes ... CZN Reporter

Chelsea Hobbs ... Amy
Terry Howson ... Mr. Powell

Charles Andrew Payne ... Mr. Payne (as Charles Payne)
T.J. Shanks ... Military Guard
Bethoe Shirkoff ... Old Woman

Season 3, Episode 20: Sugar Mountain

15 May 2001
When several people including the Canadian Trade Minister are killed in a mysterious fire. Bradley learns from the CIA that the fire was caused by a secret weapon which has fallen into the wrong hands. So Frank is sent back to get it back. He runs into the man who supposedly has it but all he has with him is a boy. Frank escapes with the boy and learns who the weapon is.

Jonathan LaPaglia ... Frank Parker

Justina Vail ... Dr. Olga Vukavitch

Don Franklin ... Craig Donovan

Nick Searcy ... Nathan Ramsey

Alan Scarfe ... Dr. Bradley Talmadge

Devin Douglas Drewitz ... Taylor

Stefanie von Pfetten ... Camilla

Christopher Shyer ... Caesar Gustaf

Victor Love ... Dr. Reginald Carter
Doug Abrahams ... Daley
Steve Lindsay ... Canadian Trade Minster

Jud Tylor ... MIB Judy
Ryf Van Rij ... CIA Staffer
Shayne Wyler ... Cashier (as Shane Litwiller)

Season 3, Episode 21: Born in the USSR

22 May 2001
A deadly gas leak kills thousands of Russians and leading to a coup and power vacuum. When Olga is payed a visit from a former lover seeking her help with the Russian time travel program, she puts the world in peril.

Season 3, Episode 22: Live: From Death Row

29 May 2001
When a General is killed in an air show accident, Parker Backsteps, but instead uses it to save a wrongfully convicted friend on Death Row.

Jonathan LaPaglia ... Frank Parker

Justina Vail ... Dr. Olga Vukavitch (credit only)

Don Franklin ... Craig Donovan

Nick Searcy ... Nathan Ramsey

Alan Scarfe ... Dr. Bradley Talmadge

Kevin Christy ... Andrew 'Hooter' Owsley

Nell Carter ... Lucy

Mark Acheson ... Johnny Madelaina
Jeremy Roberts ... Lt. Earl J. Rubidoux

Adam Harrington ... Tyler Langford
John Burgess-Murray ... Servant
Ken Camroux ... General Herrod Masterson
Allan Gray ... Governor Paulson
Kevin Hayes ... CZN Reporter

Natassia Malthe ... Lana (as Lina Teal)
Gerry Nairn ... Warden
Tanya Reid ... Sarah Langford
Jim Smith ... Priest
Howard Storey ... Prison Guard

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