7 Days

Season 1 Episode 4

Come Again?

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Aired Unknown Oct 21, 1998 on UPN
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Come Again?
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Talmadge decides to authorize the use of Backstep in order to save Dr. Jonathan Axelrad, a man with the secret to cold fusion. But everything is not what it seems...

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  • Groundhog's Day

    8.0
    You knew it was coming. The cube is malfunctioning and Frank is stuck reliving the same assignment over and over again. This episode is a love letter to the movie Groundhog's Day starring Bill Murray. Frank trys to take advantage of back stepping to be able to put the moves on Olga and no matter what he always seems to be wrong. That is until he admits it all to her and she falls for him( for the third time) before Frank has to backstep to save her( again). The episode was great though full of good moments and comedy. One thing that has been bothering me is where do all the other dimension Franks go?moreless
Jonathan LaPaglia

Jonathan LaPaglia

Lt. Frank Bartholomew Parker

Don Franklin

Don Franklin

Capt. Craig Donovan

Norman Lloyd

Norman Lloyd

Dr. Isaac Mentnor

Justina Vail

Justina Vail

Dr. Olga Vukavitch

Nick Searcy

Nick Searcy

Nathan Ramsey

Sam Whipple

Sam Whipple

Dr. John Ballard

Kirk Baltz

Kirk Baltz

Dr. John Axelrad

Guest Star

Tracy Fraim

Tracy Fraim

Elise

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Michael McShane

Michael McShane

Jack

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Stacey Stone

Stacey Stone

NNL Operator

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  • TRIVIA (1)

    • When Parker shoots Jack the second time, Jack is able to get a shot off that wounds Olga. Elise yells to get Parker's attention but she uses the actor's real first name, Jonathan, and not the first name of the character, which is Frank.

  • QUOTES (10)

    • Frank: Now, say you were in a bar one night...
      Olga: I don't go to bars.
      Frank: You ducked in because it was... it was raining. I'm there. We...
      Olga: I'd leave immediately.
      Frank: It's raining hard. We talk. You start to wonder what's that feeling I'm getting.
      Olga: Nausea.
      Frank: You're having a good time.
      Olga: I'll admit outside of the work environment I might find you entertaining.
      Frank: Now we're getting somewhere.
      Olga: But, it won't go anywhere else, guaranteed.
      Frank: You sure?
      Olga: Adult women want romance Mr. Parker and you are not a romantic.
      Frank: Which proves you don't know me.
      Olga: I'm only going on what you show me.
      Frank: Sounds like a dare.
      Olga: It isn't.

    • Talmadge: Dr. Vukavitch, consider yourself under Parker's command.
      Frank: Ooohhhh, love the way that sounds.

    • Donovan: Man's a pit bull. Once he sinks his teeth into something he never lets go.
      Mentnor: Was he always like this?
      Donovan: Yeah, that's what makes him a good soldier.
      Ramsey: Parker's stubborn, reckless, and easily distracted.
      Donovan: Oh, you expect him to behave rationally?
      Ramsey: What a concept.
      Donovan: A rational man wouldn't have done half the things he's done for us, Ramsey.

    • Frank: (preparing to Backstep) I hate this part.
      Olga: See you yesterday, Mr. Parker.

    • Axelrad: Are you guys going to hurt me?
      Frank: Unfortunately, no. And the radio's broken. (shoots radio)

    • Frank: Put the shrimp salad down – we're with the government!

    • Olga: Move and I will shoot you!
      Frank: Shoot him anyway!

    • Olga: I don't believe a word of it. That doesn't come from your soul.
      Frank: Of course it comes from my soul. Where else would it come from?
      Olga: Somewhere lower on the anatomy, perhaps?

    • Axelrad: I'm still hungry.
      Frank: Try sucking on your shirt – it looks like there's a meal or two there.

    • Ballard: (going golfing) Ask me what my handicap is?
      Frank: What's your handicap?
      Ballard: A complete lack of talent for the game.

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