Exosquad

Season 2 Episode 35

Fifth Column (The Fall of the Neosapien Empire 2)

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Aired Saturday 11:30 AM Jan 01, 2007 on USA
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Fifth Column (The Fall of the Neosapien Empire 2)
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Admiral Winfield has the Earthbound resistance cells all launch attacks at once, as a prelude to the ExoFleet's invasion. Napier's group succeeds in part because of help from the Terran workers at the factory they were attacking. These workers join the resistance in the tanks that they had built for an assault on Phaeton City. On the way they are met by Neo tanks, and a battle begins at Battle Creek. Before the ExoFleet attack Weston gives Alec's flight recorder to Algernon. Meanwhile Galba learns of Phaeton's doomsday device and tries to notify the resistance, which is unable to contact the ExoFleet before the invasion begins.moreless

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    Teryl Rothery

    Teryl Rothery

    Field Repair Specialist Lt. Maggie Weston

    John Kassir

    John Kassir

    Draconis

    Robby Benson

    Robby Benson

    Lt. J.T. Marsh

    Michael Donovan

    Michael Donovan

    Exotrooper Wolf Bronski

    Richard Newman

    Richard Newman

    Phaeton

    Garry Chalk

    Garry Chalk

    Exotrooper Marsala / Shiva

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      • Cdr. Napier: I understand you people are hungry, but what are you hungry for? Food? Or freedom? It's 400 kilometers to Chicago. Those tanks can make that in 2 hours. Anyone feel like a drive?

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      • Phaetons mental health is put to question in this episode. In addition to his suffering from auto mutation syndrome, one could find parallels between Phaeton and Hitler who was also reported to suffer from physical and mental disorders. In Hitler's case, he was either suffering from the late stages of syphilis or parkinson's disease due to his hands trembling.

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