Counterstrike

Season 1 Episode 3

Now and at the Hour of Our Death

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Jul 15, 1990 on CTV
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Now and at the Hour of Our Death
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As the military junta of the South American republic of San Pedro prepares for their first democratic election in decades, an aide to the President informs Father Vera, a Catholic priest who founded a key opposition, that the clergy was on the President's hit list and would be dead before the election and provides him with enough information to throw the junta out of power if the priest could present the information to the U.N. Committee on Latin American Affairs due to convene the day before the election, covered by the world press. An emergency call from a Cardinal in the Vatican reaches Alexander asking him to help protect Father Vera during his stay in Boston before he goes before the U.N. committee and elude a death squad sent by the President.moreless

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    Jennifer Dale

    Jennifer Dale

    Salome

    Guest Star

    Jorge Montesi

    Jorge Montesi

    Father Vera

    Guest Star

    Frank Pellegrino

    Frank Pellegrino

    Marco

    Guest Star

    Andre Mayers

    Andre Mayers

    J.J.

    Recurring Role

    Tom Kneebone

    Tom Kneebone

    Bennett

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    Laurence Ashley

    Laurence Ashley

    Suzanne Addington

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      • Alexander: Huh, democracy, it's quite a simple thing really. I suppose therein lays its strength, and its weakness, because when we take it for granted - as we always do - that's when we begin to loose it or miss the point.

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      • The title of this episode, Now and at the Hour of Our Death, is the final line in the Catholic pray Hail Mary, which is calling for the intercession of the Virgin Mary, and is an essential element of the rosary.

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