Dark Angel: Season 2, Episode 21

Freak Nation (3 May 2002)

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Tensions escalate into a showdown between White, the breeding cult and a group of Transgenics, and the employees of Jam Pony get caught in the middle.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Martin Cummins ...
Reagan 'Normal' Ronald (as J.C. Mackenzie)
Asha Barlow (credit only)
Lieutenant Clemente
Gem / X-5
Brian Jensen ...


Tensions escalate into a showdown between White, the breeding cult and a group of Transgenics, and the employees of Jam Pony get caught in the middle.

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Female Newscaster: Terminal City is a twenty block no-mans land here in the heart of Seattle, closed, ten years ago, after a massive toxic spill. It is without power or water. And it is a felony to go beyond this security fence right behind me. Terminal City is far from empty. It is home to rats, stray cats, a few homeless humans and according to many reports an ever increasing number of trans-genics. Some of them far from human. Local citizens have begun setting up flaming x-es, like this one, ...
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The begging of the end.
16 July 2008 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

First of all, the series has been canceled after the season two by FOX and it's a very sad thing because a new life started for the "monsters". A new town and a big battle. The end of the series is incomplete. We know a little more who is Sandeman, but we never saw him. White is not dead and we don't know where's his son. In this episode, who is longer than a normal episode, more people know the real identities on Max and Alec, and we saw the Jam pony people's reactions and maybe the Manticore's guy could be accepted by the society of Seattle. There had again a lot of things who have can be told in the series, but maybe it was the plan of the director to give a lot of suspense.

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