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Shadow of a Doubt 

Shao Kahn sends an imposter to defeat Kung Lao, who receives help from an unexpected source.

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Peter Ellis

Writers:

Nancy Greene (teleplay), Steve Hattman (teleplay) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Paolo Montalban ... Kung Lao
Daniel Bernhardt ... Siro
Kristanna Loken ... Taja
Tracy Douglas ... Vorpax
Bruce Locke ... Shang Tsung
Jeffrey Meek ... Rayden / Shao Kahn (as Jeff Meek)
Audie England ... Princess Kitana / Mileena
Spitfire Brown Spitfire Brown ... Rain (as Percy 'Spitfire' Brown)
Megan Brown ... Mileena
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Shao Kahn sends an imposter to defeat Kung Lao, who receives help from an unexpected source.

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Certain home video releases presented this series in double-length episode format. This episode was combined with episode 13 (Twisted Truths) to form a double-length episode entitled "Dark Shadows". See more »

Goofs

Taja is smelling for a oil from Mileena when oil is falling by Taja, you can see reflection is of fire on the screen of the movie. See more »

Quotes

Kung Lao: I thought she was Kitana.
Rayden: Well, of course you did. She was perfect. Except maybe for the fangs, the bulging forehead...
Kung Lao: Stop it, okay?
Rayden: And that lizard skin.
Kung Lao: Damn it, Rayden, I didn't know.
Rayden: Yeah, but when you found out, whew! Talk about rolling over in the morning after a bad night at the tavern.
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The double
7 June 2020 | by unbrokenmetalSee all my reviews

Shao Khan develops a new plan to kill Kung Lao: since Princess Kitana made friends with Kung Lao in episode 5, he sends an assassin looking exactly like Kitana after him. Only Taja is becoming suspicious, when Kung Lao is drained of energy by the fake Kitana. Vorpax intervenes on behalf of Shang Tsung, which isn't really making sense, because Shang Tsung could find other ways to be useful to the emperor, he doesn't need Kung Lao as a continuous threat. Otherwise he wouldn't have tried several times to dispose of him. "Need creates strange alliances", Shang Tsung weakly argues to cover the unconvincing script idea. This is certainly one of the weaker epiodes of the series.


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6 February 1999 (USA) See more »

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