Jericho: Season 1, Episode 7

Long Live the Mayor (1 Nov. 2006)

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Gray returns and his experiences have rattled him... to the detriment of the town, Jake negotiates with someone he hoped he wouldn't have to, and Johnston remains ill.


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Gray returns and his experiences have rattled him... to the detriment of the town, Jake negotiates with someone he hoped he wouldn't have to, and Johnston remains ill.

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In the scene where Johnston Green is cooling his thermometer in a glass of water, he says that he "doesn't want to be the reason this town runs out of antibiotics". Earlier in the series it is stated that he has the flu. Influenza is a virus, and thus he would not be given antibiotics as they would have no effect. See more »


In the first shot of Heather kissing Jake, her left arm is around his neck. In next close up her arm is resting on his chest. See more »


Jake Green: Emily
Emily Sullivan: Why are you talking to him?
Jake Green: It's ok. It doesn't have anything to do with you.
Emily Sullivan: He's my father, it has everything to do with me.
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Written by The Umbrellas
Performed by The Umbrellas
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I disagree, this show is good
3 December 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I've started watching this show on innertube, back to back (its been a long night) and i disagree, maybe the acting is not the best to everyones standards, maybe the story is slow, but i heard something said about this years latest round of shows and that is, People are craving simplicity. If you are not, and you want to be enthralled and mystified, then don't watch the show, but there are many people who would like to just sit back, relax and watch a show that is still attractive to them, but not hurting their brain to watch. If you ever wonder why this show is taking off, look at it simply as a wised up soap opera, if that helps you. Soap opera acting is not exactly the best, the story lines are so slow you can pick them up 3 months later if you stop watching them. They air daily, and some have lasted 30+ years. From the corporate view point if this simple formula works, great! I love this show, i don't know if it will make it past year 2, but as they say all good things must come to an end.

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