Captain Power and the Soldiers of the Future

Season 1 Episode 3

Final Stand

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Aired Saturday 9:30 AM Oct 04, 1987 on
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Final Stand
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A genetically engineered super-solider takes a village hostage to force Tank to face him one on one without the power suit.

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    Jessica Steen

    Jessica Steen

    Corporal Jennifer 'Pilot' Chase

    Tim Dunigan

    Tim Dunigan

    Captain Jonathan Power

    Maurice Dean Wint

    Maurice Dean Wint

    Sgt. Robert 'Scout' Baker

    Peter MacNeill

    Peter MacNeill

    Major Matthew 'Hawk' Masterson

    Sven-Ole Thorsen

    Sven-Ole Thorsen

    Lieutenant Michael 'Tank' Ellis

    David Hemblen

    David Hemblen

    Lord Dread/Lyman Taggart

    Susan Conway

    Susan Conway

    The Woman

    Guest Star

    Charles Seixas

    Charles Seixas

    Kasko

    Guest Star

    Tedd Dillon

    Tedd Dillon

    Voice of Overmind

    Recurring Role

    Deryck Hazel

    Deryck Hazel

    Voice of Soaron

    Recurring Role

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (1)

    • QUOTES (3)

      • Kasko: Come on out, Michael. I'm waiting for you! Street rules?
        Tank: Street rules!
        Pilot: Tank, what are the 'street rules?'
        Tank: To the death!

      • Kasko: (gloating over Tank, fallen at his feet) Welcome back to the real world!
        Tank: (worried about the hostages) Time? How much time is left?
        Kasko: Five minutes. But I decided, why wait? One little push of the button and bye bye! And I wanted you to see it happen! I wanted your last thoughts to be that those people died because of you!

      • Tank: (after defeating Kasko and freeing the hostages) Thing is, when I finally beat him, God help me Captain, I liked it. So what makes me different?
        Captain Power: Tank, he wanted to fight, but you held back as long as you could. Yeah, yeah, you used sheer force- but you had to or be killed! Now the difference is, he was fighting for revenge, you- you were fighting for them! Will that do?
        Tank: Enough.

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    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • Tank: When I escaped Babylon 5, I swore I put that life behind me.


        Writer J. Michael Straczynski slipped in a reference to a concept TV series he had just come up with. The idea would come to fruition for him in 1993, with the syndicated TV show Babylon 5, which ran for six seasons.

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