Black Scorpion

Season 1 Episode 8

Crime Time

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Aired Friday 7:00 PM Feb 23, 2001 on Syfy
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25 years ago, Ben Tickerman was sent to prison for a crime he didn't commit. Now, Tickerman is out of the slammer and, renaming himself Clockwise, seeks revenge on those who sent him to jail. Black Scorpion races to stop him before time is up for his targets!moreless

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SUBMIT REVIEW
    Steven Kravitz

    Steven Kravitz

    Slugger

    Enya Flack

    Enya Flack

    Veronica/Tender Lovin'

    Guy Boyd

    Guy Boyd

    Capt. Strickland

    Scott Valentine

    Scott Valentine

    Steve Rafferty

    Shane Powers

    Shane Powers

    Specs

    Michelle Lintel

    Michelle Lintel

    Black Scorpion/Darcy Walker

    Michael J. Anderson

    Michael J. Anderson

    Hour Hand

    Guest Star

    Frank Gorshin

    Frank Gorshin

    Clockwise

    Guest Star

    Victoria Silvstedt

    Victoria Silvstedt

    Hourglass

    Guest Star

    Raye Birk

    Raye Birk

    Dr. Phineas Phoenix

    Recurring Role

    Ben McCain

    Ben McCain

    Don MacDonald

    Recurring Role

    Elizabeth Huett

    Elizabeth Huett

    Young Darcy

    Recurring Role

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (0)

    • QUOTES (2)

      • (Argyle has been kicked out of his apartment by Tender Loving for saying that he loved her like her grandmother)
        Darcy: You compared her to your grandmother, what did you expect her to do?
        Argyle: I don't know? Knit me a sweater? (laughs)
        Darcy: Very funny.

      • Clock Wise: Tick Tock Tick Tock Tick, No More Tock!

    • NOTES (3)

      • Villains: Ben Tickerman: Clockwise, Big Hand, Little Hand, and Hourglass.

      • Frank Gorshin was known as Batman's adversary The Riddler in the original batman series.

      • BEN TICKERMAN (Frank Gorshin) is at the wrong place at the wrong time. During a 25-year prison sentence for a crime he didn't commit, he learned a trade: making clocks. He fills his cell with timepieces. Counting each second until his release drives him insane and turns his body into a human clock whose perfectly paced heartbeat makes him a master of precision timing. When he is released from prison he becomes CLOCKWISE and encases himself in a suit made out of timers, complete with digital glasses and a beeping ear metronome. He vows to take time away from the judge and jury who took 25 years of his life. One by one, ClockWise prematurely ages them with his "biological clocks."

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • David Wilt: A refrence to a classic batman villian
        Frank Gorshin's role as clockwise is a reference to a classic batman villian the clock-king in which this character also used clocks for his crimes.

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