Darien falls into a trap set by Sahmbi, explicitly done to test Sahmbi's new invention, a form of mind control, pitting Darien against himself in a battle to keep his sanity.

Director:

Colin Budds

Writers:

Harve Bennett (creator), Jeffrey M. Hayes (creator) (as Jeffrey Hayes) | 3 more credits »

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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Dale Midkiff ... Darien Lambert
Elizabeth Alexander ... Selma
Joe Bugner Joe Bugner ... Primo (as Joseph Bugner)
Peter Donat ... Mordecai Sahmbi
John Noble ... Michaels
Eric Oldfield Eric Oldfield ... Ostrander
Jerry Lowley Jerry Lowley ... Nevins
Craig Ball Craig Ball ... Attendant
Grant Thompson Grant Thompson ... Trooper
Emma Harrison ... Milly
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Storyline

Darien falls into a trap set by Sahmbi, explicitly done to test Sahmbi's new invention, a form of mind control, pitting Darien against himself in a battle to keep his sanity.

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

29 November 1993 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Goofs

Since the hard-light blue beam that acts as a two-way video and sound connector, comes directly from Sahmbi's location as Sahmbi said, why does Darien dig him way through a cave in in order to find Sahmbi, why not follow the beam (going in the opposite direction) back to Sahmbi? See more »

Quotes

Mordecai Sahmbi: Ah, so you do have the PPT, and it can send me back this time.
Darien Lambert: You better believe it, you bastard.
Mordecai Sahmbi: And you lied about giving it to me. Captain Darien Lambert: the pride of the international police, champion of righteousness, a petty damn liar.
Darien Lambert: [mocking Sahmbi] Maybe my father was mean to me, too.
Mordecai Sahmbi: Don't joke about that; you never had a father.
Darien Lambert: Okay, Sahmbi, maybe you had it tough, but at least you had a mother.
Mordecai Sahmbi: [chuckling] My mother. She went into deep denial. She used to call me a pathological ...
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