Jedikiah is recovered from space by Count Rabowski, who is already holding prisoner Peter, one of the Time Guardians. Jedikiah tricks Peter into transporting them to the 20th century so he can get his revenge on the Tomorrow People.

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Michael Standing ...
Ginge
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After floating in space for nearly five and a half centuries, Jedikiah receives rescue from Count Rabowski, a wanted criminal mainly hiding out in hyperspace. The count shares his dream plan of using a young male telepath (Peter, imprisoned below) to open the Time Key and loot Earth of its past riches, but the kid proves resistant. While Jedikiah plays good-cop-bad-cop to help the count coerce Peter, Stephen, keen to prove he's lately seen something in hyperspace, takes Carol with him to test for evidence. As Peter (successfully tricked into opening the Time Key) brings Rabowski to the Tower of London, 1973, Carol and Stephen return to the lab to find everyone apparently dead. Written by statmanjeff

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Drama | Fantasy | Sci-Fi

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11 June 1973 (UK)  »

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This episode takes place in 1973 and 2526. See more »

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In The Tomorrow People: The Slaves of Jedikiah: Part 4, John and Carol prove that Tomorrow People are only able to exit hyperspace with TIM's help. Here, Stephen and Carol return from hyperspace without TIM's help. See more »

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John: [playing a strategy game] Hey, that's not fair!
Carol: What's not fair?
John: You're trying to read my mind! I felt you!
Carol: Oh, now, I wouldn't do a thing like that.
John: [dourly] Not much.
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