Deadly Games

Season 1 Episode 4

The End of the Jackal

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Aired Tuesday 8:00 PM Sep 26, 1995 on UPN
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The End of the Jackal
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Jackal's real life model is revealed as the super villain sets his sights on the destruction of "the family," with a park and a maternity ward primary targets. meanwhile, Peter believes he's found a way to put the super villain back into the game for good, but his actions may have cost Gus and Lauren their lives in the real world as well, on "Deadly Games".moreless

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    Christopher Lloyd

    Christopher Lloyd

    The Jackal/Jordan Kenneth Lloyd

    Cynthia Gibb

    Cynthia Gibb

    Lauren Ashborne/The Girl

    James Calvert

    James Calvert

    Gus Lloyd

    Stephen T. Kay

    Stephen T. Kay

    Peter Rucker

    James Culvert

    James Culvert

    Gus Lloyd/The Cold-Steel Kid

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    • TRIVIA (4)

      • Both The Jackal and Gus' own father (who was the source model) have a car with the license plate that read: "J.K.L."

      • We see that Gus' father Jordan is also a physicist--an incredibly and achieved successful one.


         

      • Usually, if the villain-of-the-week's plan is foiled, said villain can be instantly defeated--going up in light. But it won't work with The Jackal here as this is the last level and the last level and master-boss is supposed to be the most difficult.


         

      • We see that the inspiration for The Jackal was Gus' own father since they have a very estranged relationship. In this episode, they begin to mend the burned bridges after Gus slays The Jackal.

    • QUOTES (5)

      • Jackal: (while holding a blow-torch cane)Your-time-is-up! Hasta La Vista!
        Jackal: (after setting fire to Gus' baseball card collection)I know what you're thinking, Kid! You're sure hoping there's not a Mickey Mantle rookie card in there. An impossibility now that I think about it. I don't see a baseball!
        Jackal: You know what time it is? It's the end... of the beginning.
        Jackal: (after Lauren slips a Bobby Mercer baseball card in his lapel, causing him to burn in pain)I AM YOUR SUPERIOR! I WILL NOT BE TREATED THIS WAY! WAHHHHHHH!

      • Jackal: :(While looking around the video-synthasized hospital for Gus and Lauren) Where are you, Kid? You're taking all the FUN out of this game!
        Gus: Dad wasn't a Gus fan. His whole primary goal in fatherhood was turning me into the next him.
        Lauren: : (On The model for the Jackal and why the ball is his Achillies' Heel) It's not like I know who's he's based on. Who is the Jackal--some little-league coach who benched you from getting picked off third?

      • (repeated line)
        The Jackal: Tough luck, kid.

      • Jackal: KID! I don't like your attitude!

      • (preparing to throw the killer baseball at the Jackal to kill him)
        Gus: Hasta la vista... Jackal!

    • NOTES (3)

      • In nearly every episode, Gus, Lauren and Peter use some kind of gun to fire at the weekly villain--here, it's a ball-launcher gun that shoots autographed Bobby Mercer balls.

      • The password to enter the video game after The Jackal changed it was the license plate on The Jackal's car--his own vanity plate--the letters "JKL."

      • The Jackal's weakness is the Bobby Mercer autographed baseball Gus got from the one and only pro-baseball game Gus went to with his father. At one point, a Bobby Mercer baseball card merely hurts The Jackal.

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