Jericho: Season 1, Episode 10

Red Flag (22 Nov. 2006)

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Supplies dropped by airplanes throw the town into an uproar that Gray capitalizes on, and Jonah makes a move that will have far-reaching effects.



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On turkey-hunt, which proves most 'recruits' for the security force are unskilled or inept, Jake and Stanley suddenly see military planes dropping unannounced supplies.Jake, Stanley and the townspeople cautiously inspect the supplies, made and labeled in China, parachute-dropped from Vietnam-era Russian-made airplanes, as Jake noticed. They fear poisoning to prepare a land invasion, but the civilians fight for everything; Gray tastes the food, which come with fliers 'China is your friend - Do not fight'. Mitchell Cafferty's gang plunders Gracie's store, she accepts the mayor's offer to serve as town depot. Stanley sends his girlfriend to get Jake as they even found a generator, but is meanwhile attacked and robbed by Jonah's men, who want compensation for loosing the store. The mayor heads an attempt by persuasion or force to make Jonah surrender at least the generator. Jake and Hawkins discover the parachutes have microchip-tags, only used by the US military... Written by KGF Vissers

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Did You Know?


The Morse code at the beginning of the episode is "IT BEGINS WITH" See more »


In the scene where Stanley, Jake and the older man are stalking the turkeys, Jake indicates the birds to the old man, who then puts his finger on the trigger of his shotgun. The camera cuts to Jake, and when it cuts back to the older man, his finger is straight outside the trigger guard. See more »


[to Stanley]
Mimi Clark: We're not sharing the chocolate!
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Performed by Five for Fighting
from "Two Lights"
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Where is it going?
28 November 2006 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

OK we first started watching this series because it seemed a little different. Around episode 5, we started getting a little bored, after all there wasn't much new stuff happening, just the same old, "LOST" sort of scenario with lots of secrets and who really cares right? OK, I was wrong, starting last episode and this one, the story is really starting to pick up. The interpersonal interactions between characters is clearly defined with some very memorable moments. I can't emphasize enough how interesting this show is finally getting. Its certainly building itself up for the break and will be one of those shows that you will be waiting for next year. Oh and a little thing I've noticed, the Morse code at the start of every episode seems to be different. Will be waiting for the DVD version so I can listen more closely.

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