Sydney gets kidnapped, but by whom? Nigel, Claudia and Cate will have to go through the list of enemies Sydney has made in the past and deduce which of them is responsible. Cue flashbacks.

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Julian Grant

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Leonard Dick (clip segment), Rob Gilmer (clip segment) | 6 more credits »
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Tia Carrere ... Sydney Fox
Christien Anholt ... Nigel Bailey
Lindy Booth ... Claudia
Elias Zarou ... Edward Patel
Nancy Anne Sakovich Nancy Anne Sakovich ... Cate Hemphill (as Nancy Sakovich)
Jack Langedijk Jack Langedijk ... Tsar
Jeannette Sousa ... Csarina
Rothaford Gray ... Simon
Vijay Mehta ... Mohandas Gujaret
Miglen Mirtchev ... Mischa
Ed Stoppard ... Laurent Halezan
Miguel Fernandes ... Sean Dryer
Steven Bauer ... Tony
Joseph Scoren ... Francoise de Marier
Rena Mero ... Elizabeth Rukeyser
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Sydney gets kidnapped, but by whom? Nigel, Claudia and Cate will have to go through the list of enemies Sydney has made in the past and deduce which of them is responsible. Cue flashbacks.

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15 January 2001 (France) See more »

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The Dreadful Hours
10 August 2011 | by ttapolaSee all my reviews

It was an ordinary night of channel surfing. I came across the channel airing this episode. Since nothing else was on, and I had missed only the first five minutes of the episode, I decided to watch it - after all, one reviewer had given it the full 10/10 - the best of the best there could *ever* be. This had to be the TV equivalent of Raiders of the Lost Ark.

It was not. A lazily written, unoriginal plot is so thin the episode has to fill its running time with clips from past episodes clumsily shoehorned in. They are poor. In fact, *everything* is poor and not even unintentionally funny. You cannot believe how long the opening title sequence (I have seen some episodes in the past) and the end credits run - and that happens on *every* episode! A pitiful solution to pass as much running time as possible every week without spending any money on script, filming and other things the show-runners obviously considered an inconvenience in their hunt for as much profit out of as little expenses as possible. They even play the title music over a fight scene, in order to avoid having to pay someone to actually compose original music specifically for the scene.

This is dreadful. 2/10 - there are few things worse out there. But now, seeing how few people have rated these episodes, I have found a calling - to watch the remaining 32 episodes and rate them. Once in a while, one has to watch really bad TV to appreciate the really good TV even more.


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