Cleopatra 2525

Season 1 Episode 2

Creegan

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Aired Monday 8:00 PM Jan 24, 2000 on
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Creegan
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Mauser is kidnapped (in pieces) by the Jokeresque villain Creegan, who was responsible for the death of Hel's family. It's up to the team to get Mauser back in one piece before Creegan learns all of their secrets.

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  • Creegan

    8.5
    The clown like Creegan breaks into headquarters and kidnaps Mauser so he can tap into the Voice and get her location. Its up to Hel, Cleo and Sarge to rescue him from Creggans mole-men goons. With plenty of zapping, blasting, leaping,s vaulting and silliness this episode sure does please. It also gives us the tip of Hel back story and assurance that Creegan will be back!
  • In this episode we are introduced to Creegan, the top villain of the series and the personal enemy of Hel.

    8.0
    The lab comes under attack by the minions of the Jokeresque villain Creegan. He is after Mauser as his link to Voice, and we also learn that he and Hel have a great of deal of history together- the "I want to kill you slowly and painfully while you scream for mercy" kind of history. They do their best to fulfill their mutual desire to see the other die, but their personal agenda ends in a tie. On a happy note, Mauser is rescued, Voice's location and the rest of her many secrets remain safe from the bad guys, and no one dies. Joel Toebeck (Strife and Deimos from Hercules/Xena fame) is wonderful as the over the top villain, and there are enough plot twists to keep things interesting as well as a few bits of new information about the world of 2525 and the Team's part in it. Cleo even gets an important job that doesn't involve T&A, so all in all this episode is well worth watching for all fans of the show.moreless

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  • TRIVIA (3)

    • Goof: Mauser tells Creegan that his Voice Receptor is located in his head's fifth hemisphere, but technically speaking, hemisphere is defined as being half of a spherical object, so Mauser's head can only actually have two hemispheres.

    • We learn that Hel's Voice receptor has been implanted behind her left ear.

    • Hel learns for the first time that there are other Voice Teams active out there.

  • QUOTES (4)

    • Creegan: Where's that little homing beacon of yours?
      Mauser: Hemisphere 5, grid 23 of the neuro-synaptic net.
      Creegan: What does that mean? (turns to his henchman) You know what that means?
      Henchman: Uh uh.
      Creegan: Anyone?
      Entire Gang: Uh uh.
      Creegan(as he tears it out of Mauser's head): Why can't you just say IT'S BEHIND MY LEFT EAR!

    • Creegan(broadcasting over Hel's Voice receptor): So, you do carry the Voice. Ya like mine better?
      Hel: Sounds different. But I guess that's what happens when someone rips out half your throat.

    • Hel: Sarge, go!
      Sarge: No! All for one and one for nothing, right Cleo?

    • Creegan: I'm upset you're here Hel, but if you tell me more about this Bailey toy of yours perhaps I can rechannel some of my anger.

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