Flash Gordon (2007–2008)
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Thicker Than Water 

Flash intercepts a baby who's been marked for death, which leads him and Aura to the Deviates' lair, where they learn a shocking secret. Meanwhile, Zarkov & Baylin search for the lost rift blaster; and Joe ends up aligned with the enemies.

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Steven 'Flash' Gordon
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Dale Arden
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Baylin
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Dr. Hans Zarkov
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Princess Aura
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Rankol (as Jonathan Lloyd Walker)
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Joe Wylee
Craig Stanghetta ...
Terek
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Lenu
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Larik
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Sarre
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Young Mother (as Sarah Groundwater)
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Charm Seller / Thief
Karen Elizabeth Austin ...
Lutie (as Karen Austin)
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Flash intercepts a baby who's been marked for death, which leads him and Aura to the Deviates' lair, where they learn a shocking secret. Meanwhile, Zarkov & Baylin search for the lost rift blaster; and Joe ends up aligned with the enemies.

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4 January 2008 (USA)  »

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Previously Ming had stated that he had the Holographer exiled to the Banelands to stop gossip due to the way that Aura and Barin had been acting while having their bonding photos taken. However, the same Holographer is recording the hologram of Aura and the children. See more »

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Terek, King of the Deviants, (Craig Stanghetta), may save this series
3 February 2008 | by See all my reviews

If Flash Gordon is able to develop into something that fans care about...I think the addition of Craig Stanghetta to the show will be the turning point. The man has star-power...a real charisma that the show has been searching for...and it seems to be rubbing off on the other characters and actors.

And not only does young Mr. Stanghetta have it all...but the writers have introduced his character as a pivot point to turn the series in a whole new direction. Ming is finally becoming truly evil...Flash is developing a solid spine...and the show seems to have figured out it is about POLITICS more than about teen angst and romance. I think the Smallville influence was too heavy for the first 10 episodes, but with the development of the Joe Wylee character in Possession (played by the magnetic Giles Panton) and the further character developments for many of the secondary characters...I find I am enjoying the show and caring for the characters in a way I would not have expected given the first 5 episodes. If you've given up on this series....it might be time to give it another try. I just watched the penultimate episode...and the whole seasons story is shaping up into something worthwhile.


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