Jericho (2006–2008)
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A trip to a trading outpost for a windmill part turns risky when a rule is broken. Back at home, Roger finally reveals to Emily a little of what happened to him, and Gail gets some things off her chest to Mary.

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Helen Shaver

Writers:

Jonathan E. Steinberg (creator), Josh Schaer (creator) | 4 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Skeet Ulrich ... Jake Green
Ashley Scott ... Emily Sullivan
Lennie James ... Robert Hawkins
Michael Gaston ... Gray Anderson
Sprague Grayden ... Heather Lisinski
Erik Knudsen ... Dale Turner
Candace Bailey ... Skylar Stevens
Pamela Reed ... Gail Green
Gerald McRaney ... Johnston Green
Clare Carey ... Mary Bailey
Bob Stephenson ... Jimmy
Siena Goines ... Sarah Mason
April Parker Jones ... Darcy Hawkins (as April D. Parker)
John Diehl ... Governor Trader
Christopher Darga ... Trader
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Storyline

As Jericho's fuel supplies are barely enough for two weeks now winter approaches, a party must search for the parts to repair the windmills which are their only alternative. Jake and his dad ex-mayor Johnston Green take charge, and luckily have a supply of salt from the mine, as their apparently more valuable barter goods are less in demand at the Black Jack Fairground market, which also centralizes news, so they learn that no less then six federal government members have taken over 'control' of part of the country after the president's death. Dale finds the trader is criminal and when Johnston refuses to deal with him steals the part, but is seen and captured; freeing him makes the part go lost. Written by KGF Vissers

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

28 February 2007 (USA) See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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Trivia

There's a map in Black Jack Fairground where you can see the six cities which claim to be the new capital of the United States after the destruction of Washington D.C. These cities are Sacramento (California), Cheyenne (Wyoming), San Antonio (Texas), Montgomery (Alabama), Syracuse (New York) and Columbus (Ohio). The fact that Columbus is one of the capital cities is important because it was the city where Robert had to deliver his bomb. See more »

Goofs

When getting in the car fleeing the market, the camera and crew can be clearly seen behind Heather. See more »

Quotes

Jake Green: Did you ask Mom?
Johnston Green: Son, I'm 59 years old, I was mayor of this town since the Carter administration, I'm a retired US Army Ranger, and a combat veteran. Of course I asked your mother.
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Written by David Lawrence
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A pretty cool beginner episode
28 February 2007 | by artkid04-1See all my reviews

I missed a little bit of the first half but i caught up pretty quick. Heather returns to help Jake and Johnston with repairing a broken windmill for power and the Sarah character enters Roberts life. It was a very tense episode and continued where the last on left off. Jake and Dale and the other 2 (Heather and Johnston) go to a Trading post to find a machine piece to fix the windmill. They don't get it but Heather finds and old friend and with his buddies she plans to work side with them to create their own little government, seeing as others are making their own governments. Sarah, near the end of the episode, seems to be looking for the bomb that Hawkins never set off. And she is planning on using his family to do it, seeing how he loves them so much. So a very enjoyable episode, can't wait for more!


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