7 Days

Season 3 Episode 2

Peacekeepers

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Aired Unknown Oct 18, 2000 on UPN
8.2
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Peacekeepers
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Donovan puts his resignation from the team on hold in order to help Parker with a rescue operation to maintain peace in Bosnia.

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  • When 3 US Soldiers are killed trying to steal money in Bosnia, Parker and Donovan must assist them and protect a group of civilians from a Rogue Serbian General.

    7.0
    This episode was an odd offering from the series. Rather than starting off with the disaster about to happen it seems to lay out the objective of keeping Donovan on the Backstep team. Which seemed unlikely given that he was one of the few characters still listed as a series regular. The troops on their own were not that interesting, things got better once they were joined by Parker and Donovan. This is 7 Days second excursion into Bosnia and the 2nd time Parker has worked with US troops who didn't have their act together. This time was a little more realistic, this time some of them didn't come back. It was sad but worked for the episode.



    I've always loved the theme hat's playing over the last few minutes of the episode, even though the performances were good enough to portray the scenes depth, it was a big part of the ending.



    The moment of the episode was definitely the scene where Parker and Donovan are shooting at the Serb troops and Donovan asks who'll be backstopping if the 2 of them get killed. Very well played by both actors.



    Overal a descent episode, not a great one.moreless
Jonathan LaPaglia

Jonathan LaPaglia

Lt. Frank Bartholomew Parker

Don Franklin

Don Franklin

Capt. Craig Donovan

Justina Vail

Justina Vail

Dr. Olga Vukavitch

Nick Searcy

Nick Searcy

Nathan Ramsey

Alan Scarfe

Alan Scarfe

Dr. Bradley Talmadge

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