The mercenaries follow Jake and Eric home and the resulting crisis makes the town face how defenseless they are.



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Goetz' 'federal team' (in fact Ravenwood's mercenaries, who even kill to steel supplies) claims only to collect supplies for the government, but is met with utter suspicion. The Greens tell Stanley he and everyone else must retreat from the eastern part of town till after the Ravenwood attack. Jake's men stop the vanguard at an improvised roadblock, and are given a four hours ultimatum - they decide to blow up the bridge, irreparably, but Stanley and Bonnie choose to take their chances in their ancestral home farm, while Eric and Johnston are determined to save the bridge at any price. Meanwhile the women plan a wedding for Roger Hammond and Emily Sullivan. Jake makes a solo-stand with the detonator, backed up by Robert Hawkins as sniper, then Eric with Jonah Prowse's men arrive behind the mercenaries and save the day, at least until the neighboring towns are plundered. Gray Anderson (as elected mayor) then pulls rank on Jake: the bridge must stay - they agree instead to train a ... Written by KGF Vissers

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When Jake is talking to Hawkins as the townspeople are barricading the bridge with cars, one of the Ravenwood Humvees can be seen parked further up the road. See more »


Bill: Ravenwood? What the hell is that?
Jake Green: It's a private security firm. They hire thugs and Army dropouts. They give 'em big guns and send them out to play soldier.
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I did not mind this show
20 December 2007 | by (Winnipeg) – See all my reviews

I did not mind this show. The old mayor is better than the new one. Old mayor(Green) thinks long term, not reactionary like the new one. I like the bluff about the bridge. Revenwood knew what the losses where and left. Hawkens proves to be useful again. The show bogs down with some of the relationship part, but my wife likes it. We see Urich slowly becoming a leader. Will the town survive the winter? Will there be disorder? Seven out of ten. Not a bad show. Jericho is slowly getting better. A big budget compared to those wimpy sit-coms. I hope they keep adding to the cast. A few new faces will help the show. Will Ravenwood ever get it?

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