The team, minus Bob, goes to Africa to retrieve a satellite. Meanwhile, Bob is tasked with a job he finds humiliating and is interrogated by the FBI. Kim puts aside frustration to help another wife.

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The team, minus Bob, goes to Africa to retrieve a satellite. Meanwhile, Bob is tasked with a job he finds humiliating and is interrogated by the FBI. Kim puts aside frustration to help another wife.

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Colonel Ryan says, "...You got the bad guys, oorah!" The term 'oorah' is the motivational phrase of the Marine Corps. Since The Unit is an Army unit, the correct term should have been 'hooah'. This has been attributed to 'Robert Patrick' having played more Marine Corps characters then Army characters. See more »

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Retreiving A Missle & A Terrorist
15 January 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A downed Chinese military satellite is laying in the grass somewhere in Africa and our SpecOps men are there to get it. As they do, however, they are chased by a big truck of rebels and in the passenger seat is an Irish terrorist, one of the most wanted men in the world. It's interesting to see how the SpecOps "trade" for the terrorist.

Meanwhile, back at the base, Bob is having a hard time because the FBI is questioning him about he and Jonas' unauthorized assault on the hijacked plane from last week's opening episode. He's also having spats with his wife. (I guess we are going to have to put up with this soap opera stuff in each episode, probably to please the females in the audience and to give breaks in the intense military action scenes. However, there is a touching scene when the ladies go visit a wife who just lost her husband.)

Anyway, it's a good episode with a startling finish. I'm already starting to get hooked on this show.


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