Exosquad

Season 2 Episode 10

The Dogs of War

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Aired Saturday 11:30 AM Jan 01, 2007 on USA
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The Dogs of War
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Torres arrives in Phaeton City to coordinate with the resistance there, with the objective being the capture of a Neo mega. Anticipating this, Shiva's Neo mega advisor, Lucullus, sets different traps for them. One of these allows the Resistance to capture Sulla, who can then transmit the location of Resistance headquarters. Upon receiving its location Shiva launches an attack which Lucullus believes to be premature. When Napier returns from a meeting with other Resistance leaders he is able to take advantage of his unnoticed approach from behind the Neos to help his own troops escape the Neo attack. For his failure to capture the members of the Resistance, Shiva is replaced by Livia as Commanding General of Earth Forces.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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    • QUOTES (2)

      • Cdr. Napier: A new kind of neo and we're just supposed to grab one?! Ha, Winfield doesn't ask for much does he?
        Sgt. Torres: I don't criticise orders. I just follow em.

      • Hanley: Too bad Neos don't sleep or we could follow the Neo mega home and take him there.
        Torres: Yeah, and if Neos were the size of flies we could just swat 'em.

    • NOTES (2)

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • The episode title alludes to the now common phrase first used in William Shakespeare's play Julius Caesar: "Cry 'Havoc!', and let slip the dogs of war." Many works of art, music and literature have copied at least a part of the phrase in some form, often as a title.

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