Alphas (2011–2012)
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Wake Up Call 

The alphas rescue Dr. Rosen's estranged alpha daughter from an assassin. She carries a carefully coded message stolen from Red Flag. But Dr. Rosen suspects it's a ruse which leads him to take precipitous action.

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(as Matt Hastings)

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Ted Asher (as Dylan Scott Smith)
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Throat Singing Alpha
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The alphas rescue Dr. Rosen's estranged alpha daughter from an assassin. She carries a carefully coded message stolen from Red Flag. But Dr. Rosen suspects it's a ruse which leads him to take precipitous action.

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23 July 2012 (USA)  »

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16:9 HD
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Quotes

Cameron Hicks: Well, this muzak is killing me. I'm tired of reading deodorant labels.
Bill Harken: You could always switch to hemorrhoid cream.
Cameron Hicks: Douchebag.
Bill Harken: That would be aisle three, Hicks.
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Connections

References Night of the Living Dead (1968) See more »

Soundtracks

People Don't Understand (Theme Song)
Performed by Trey Lockerbie
Written by Peter Luke Adams and Erik Kertes
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sloppy writing with a limited budget
24 July 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Alphas has changed, and unfortunately it is not for the better. My guess is that NBC/Universal cut the budget big time when it came to season 2, many of the action sequences where overly CGI driven, and poorly executed to the point of resembling a movie of the week. The overall tone of the show has also shifted from being a well timed character driven series to the more typical shock and awe effect, seen on many network shows. Alphas may have had a rough start in season 1 but overall it was a very well written and produced network show. I will not be watching season two, which is a large disappointment to me as I loved season 1.


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