Dante is kidnapped by ruthless Orchard agent Tosca, who believes that Dante's missing son Travis holds the key to The Divinity Cluster and hence needs to probe Dante's mind in order to find... See full summary »

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Lucretia Scott
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Percy Montana
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Penny Montana
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Dante is kidnapped by ruthless Orchard agent Tosca, who believes that Dante's missing son Travis holds the key to The Divinity Cluster and hence needs to probe Dante's mind in order to find him. Meanwhile, Percy has her hands full as she tries to stop an evil version of Caravaggio from blowing up the Tulip. Written by Woodyanders

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Engrossing episode
6 February 2012 | by (The Last New Jersey Drive-In on the Left) – See all my reviews

Dante (a typically fine Michael Pare) is kidnapped by ruthless Orchard agent Tosca (well played by the fetching Angie Hill), who believes Dante's missing son Travis holds the key to The Divinity Cluster and hence needs to probe Dante's mind in order to find him. Meanwhile, Percy (Tanya Allen in delightfully spunky form) has to stop an evil version of Caravaggio (stand-out work by Murray Melvin) from blowing up the Tulip. The confrontational moments between Dante and Tosca crackle with plenty of tension and drama. Moreover, Caravaggio has several neat scenes sparring with his evil alternate program (the evil Caravaggio even spits out some choice insults about Percy and rips into Caravaggio for being pompous!). This episode further benefits from sound guest contributions from Ray Lonnen as the helpful Navarre and Caroline Hayes as steely Raider gal Salomea. Heather Belle-Matmor makes a welcome reappearance as Penny. And the show ends on a strong cliffhanger note with Percy being abducted by Salomea.


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