Major Beck moves against the rangers in retaliation of Goetz's shooting, and Jake's surrender subjects him to extreme measures. Meanwhile, Hawkins decides to move the bomb, but a betrayal will put everything at risk.

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Stanley's murderous execution of Goetz convinces major Beck to take off the gloves and come down hard on all Jake's men, who wisely surrender to the superior force. The shadow fight for the bomb and its secret continues. Hawkins learns only now his deep throat has a terrible agenda of his own: using it against the Cheyenne government as retaliation for its atomic war mongering under J&R's control. Written by KGF Vissers

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Richard Speight, Jr., who plays Bill, wears a stolen army uniform with the name Muck on the pocket. Richard played Sgt. Warren 'Skip' Muck in Band of Brothers. See more »

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Jake Green: [Addressing Major Beck with hands up] I'm the only one to blame. The only one, so my terms are simple: my surrender for the amnesty of the other Rangers.
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Build up for the final episode.
25 March 2008 | by (Winnipeg) – See all my reviews

I like Jericho. Jake Green gets to redeem himself form his past. We all knew Green would take the blame for the J & R retaliation. Beck creates marshal law. Revolt is beginning. I hate the disgruntled J and R employee sub-plot. Everything happened because of this employee. I hope we get a better explanation after two year of watching this show then that. What a rip off! The build up is great. I bet the new J & R guy is in charge is gonna cause trouble. I hope this is not another right wing conspiracy theory, but a much deeper episode. The season final has to be big budget. Looking forward to next week. 7 out of 10. Hawking, Green, and Beck have to play a major role for next week.


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