Dark Angel (2000–2002)
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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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Ames White
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Calvin 'Sketchy' Theodore
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Reagan 'Normal' Ronald (as J.C. Mackenzie)
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Cynthia 'Original Cindy' McEachin
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Asha Barlow (credit only)
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Lieutenant Clemente
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Moorehead
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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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Amy Dumas broke her neck when a stunt woman did not hold her properly while she was preforming one of her trademark moves, the "Litacarana," causing her to land on her head. See more »

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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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