Captain Power and the Soldiers of the Future

Retribution (1)

Season 1, Ep 23, Aired 3/20/88
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  • Episode Description
  • New Order is finished and the team is celebrating. But in Volcania, Dread is recovering, with a new realization - There can be no New Order until all resistance has been eliminated.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Jessica Steen

    Corporal Jennifer 'Pilot' Chase

  • Tim Dunigan

    Captain Jonathan Power

  • Bruce Gray

    Dr Stuart Power

  • Maurice Dean Wint

    Sgt. Robert 'Scout' Baker

  • Peter MacNeill

    Major Matthew 'Hawk' Masterson

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (7)

    • Pilot: (laughing at Hawk's artificial Christmas tree) You're telling me that no one in this room thinks that this looks like the inside of a Bio-Dread?
      Hawk: (pretending to be offended) Philistine! (then he chuckles) Of course I do. It's the pieces we've blown off Soaron for decoration. I thought it added a nice, symbolic touch.

    • Captain Power: (as they are attacked by wave after wave of troopers) You know, this is really starting to annoy me!
      Hawk: Ya can't take this kind of thing personally. (he's hit on the head by a trooper's laser blast) Ow! You scratched my helmet, ya lousy pile of tin plated... YOU SCRATCHED MY HELMET! (he stands up and shoots at all the troopers in sight)
      Captain Power: Glad to see you're not taking this personally, Hawk.

    • Lord Dread: (when he finally discovers the location of Power's Base) He's finished, Soaron, and he doesn't even know it... yet!

    • Laccki: (as a squad of troopers carry him away) Wait! Wait! I'm not... quite dead... yet!

    • Scout: (cutting in on Tank and Pilot's dance) Let Fred Astaire show you how it's done.
      Tank: Fred Astaire?
      Hawk: He was a younger man.

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    Trivia (1)

    • Tired of having Laccki spy on him for Overmind, Dread sabotages the robot, hoping to destroy it.

    Allusions (1)

    • Scout: (cutting in on Tank and Pilot's dance) Let Fred Astaire show you how it's done.

      Fred Astaire is the greatest dancer of the twentieth century, according to his fellow dancers Rudolf Nureyev and George Balanchine. He starred in dozens of movies beginning in 1933, and his partnership with Ginger Rogers is considered one of the greatest movie pairings of all time.

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