Scorpion (2014–2018)
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In order to save a United States Special Forces unit from certain death, the Scorpion Team must get through the very low temperatures of Antarctica to connect to a satellite in order to save the soldiers. Toby risks his life to save Happy.

Director:

Jeffrey G. Hunt (as Jeffrey Hunt)

Writers:

Nick Santora (developed by), David Foster | 4 more credits »
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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Elyes Gabel ... Walter O'Brien
Katharine McPhee ... Paige Dineen
Eddie Kaye Thomas ... Toby Curtis
Jadyn Wong ... Happy Quinn
Ari Stidham ... Sylvester Dodd
Riley B. Smith ... Ralph Dineen
Robert Patrick ... Cabe Gallo
Jamie McShane ... Patrick Quinn
Taylor Handley ... Cody Decker
Peri Gilpin ... Katherine Cooper
Jennifer Del Rosario Jennifer Del Rosario ... Grace Quinn
Boone Platt ... Soldier #1
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Brandon Barrera ... Pilot
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In order to save a United States Special Forces unit from certain death, Team Scorpion must brave the subzero temperatures of Antarctica. Also, when Happy becomes cut off from the team and lost in a blizzard, Toby risks his life to find her.

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TV-14 | See all certifications »
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

4 January 2016 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Clarification: there are elliptical geosynchronous orbits, but these are not geostationary. It is geostationary satellites that orbit about 22,400 miles above the equator. See more »

Quotes

Toby Curtis: I think my laptop has a bug. My screen's been frozen since we landed... Frozen. Get it?
Cabe Gallo: I will bury you in the ice.
Toby Curtis: Caffeine withdrawl make you mean.
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Shiny Happy People
(uncredited)
Written by Bill Berry, Peter Buck, Mike Mills, and Michael Stipe
Performed by R.E.M.
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Cold Comfort
7 October 2019 | by hellraiser7See all my reviews

This is an honorable mention of the show, it's another that centered on Happy but also Toby. This is the episode that finally bring Toby and even Happy's feelings for one another to the forefront.

This is a survival episode, I like those kinds of episodes because the characters are really put to the test, mentally and physically. When you see Happy's line is cut, you instantly know Happy is in deep crap and she's in a very unhappy situation. This situation is unique for the rest in scorpion because it's a lot more down to Earth, this is the kind of thing that could happen. Most of the problems Scorpion deals with a are practical/technical problems but here this is an element of nature their dealing with. The think about the artic cold is that there are subzero temperatures just everywhere you walk, and the blizzard makes things worse because you can't see crap, if you get remotely lost or wander too far off your dead.

The show also has a good subplot with a satellite they must put in place a satellite to reestablish coordinate communication with soldiers pinned down in a fire fight who need extraction. Really liked seeing Ralph contribute to give the soldiers more time and his interaction with the army ranger captain. This subplot just increases the tension because it reminds you there is a ticking clock on not just the soldiers but Happy and Toby.

There are a few moments you actually worry about the lives of both Happy and Toby as things are just getting colder and bleaker by the minute, you really feel the cold, ice, and snow it's just palpable; made me have to get a blanket watching this episode. There are some humorous moments as usual, when Happy sees the self help book she's been trying out and then chucks it away above her and says an angry remark to it, yeah that's one thing I can agree with her on, most self-help books and programs are scams let alone don't really help. It was sweet seeing Toby finding her and coming to help doing what he can to keep both alive, but also finally coming out with a heartwarming confession.

Rating: 4 stars


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