Strike Back (2010–2018)
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Episode #4.1 

A Section 20 operation in the Beqaa Valley goes badly resulting in Baxter's death. Stonebridge and Scott are enjoying a well-deserved vacation. Recalled to duty, they team up with Kim Martinez to track and capture the killer in Colombia.


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Lt. Col. Philip Locke
Sgt. Julia Richmond
Sebastian Gray
Miguel Gomez (as Raoul Trujillo)
Sgt. Liam Baxter
Viktor Ulyanov
Aubrey Shelton ...
Hispanic Fisherman (as Gerard Rudolf)
Female Bartender


A Section 20 surveillance operation in the Bakka Valley goes badly resulting in the death of Liam Baxter. Maj. Dalton captures the execution on video, but is unable to rescue him. Stonebridge and Scott are enjoying a well-deserved vacation riding motorcycles on the open highways of North America. They are recalled to duty to go after Liam's killer the terrorist Leo Kamali. With the help DEA Special Agent Kim Martinez, they plan to infiltrate a high level criminal cartel meeting in Colombia. Written by Axe Pagode

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Action | Drama | Thriller




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9 August 2013 (USA)  »

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During shoot out after capturing Kamali, when the enemy boat shows, one of bullets destroy Michael AimPoint (Reflector sight) but in the next shot, when Stonebridge is shooting again, he still have it on his gun. See more »


Kim Martinez: [seeing Stonebridge crawl from behind cover during a gun battle] What the hell is he doing?
Sgt. Damien Scott: Something brave or something stupid. Can't tell yet.
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Totally unbelievable but very little from the industry is now
27 November 2015 | by See all my reviews

OK I started watching with season 1 which took several episodes to get me interested. With season 1 under my belt season 2 wasn't so bad though very little presenters even remotely close to how special ops are conducted. Season 3 continued that trend but became so far from reality as to be absurd. Now here we are with season 4 which after season 3 I was surprised it was done.

The dialog was frustratingly bad. Story lines convoluted and beyond ridiculous. Never once saw a real world spec ops where half the war-fighters were female. Actually never saw any let alone half. Even the acting this session is terrible but I guess the idiotic scripts contributed to that. I have it a 3 because as bad as it is there is very little available from the entertainment industry that isn't propaganda written for the uneducated.

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