Special Ops Force

Season 1 Episode 7

Collateral Damage

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Aired Saturday 8:00 PM Nov 08, 1997 on
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Collateral Damage
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Shining Path rebels attack the private residence of the French ambassador in Chile, taking a number of hostages, one of whom is the daughter of Xavier Trout. Not only does he want the team to go in and rescue her, but he also insists on going into the field with them.moreless

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SUBMIT REVIEW
    Melinda Clarke

    Melinda Clarke

    Margo Vincent; former Case Officer CIA, Intelligence, Cryptography, Languages

    David Selby

    David Selby

    Xavier Trout; Classified

    Mark Sheppard

    Mark Sheppard

    Christopher 'C.J.' Yates (1); former SAS, Demolitions, Electronic Surveillance

    Tim Abell

    Tim Abell

    Benny Ray Riddle; former SSgt USMC, Sniper, Armorer

    Brad Johnson

    Brad Johnson

    Maj Matthew Quentin Shepherd; former US Army Special Forces, Counter Terrorism, Special Recon, Unconventional Warfare

    Réal Andrews

    Réal Andrews

    Jason 'Chance' Walker (1); former Lt, Special Ops Aviation, Close Quarters Combat

    Eduardo Yáñez

    Eduardo Yáñez

    Miguel Peralta

    Guest Star

    Fay Masterson

    Fay Masterson

    Alison Trout

    Guest Star

    Victor Rivers

    Victor Rivers

    Col Jesus Barnardo

    Guest Star

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • The song the Chilean Colonel is using to annoy the Sendero Luminoso terrorists is called "Teddy Bear's Picnic". Strangely, it's being sung in English, rather than Spanish, the lanuguage of both the terrosists and the Chilean soldiers.

    • QUOTES (5)

      • CJ: (while being frisked by one of the terrorists) At least tell me you love me!

      • Matt: Let's skip the bunks for now, Corporal. Which way to the armory?
        Corporal: (looking the team over) No ranks, no flashes, no unit patches, no name tags...?
        Benny Ray: Corporal, whatever it is you think you know, you forget.

      • Matt: The Chilean government refuses any help in resolving this mess.
        CJ: Oh, pity, that.
        Matt: Just because we haven't been invited to the party, doesn't mean we can't crash it.
        CJ: I do so love a party.

      • Trout: I'm going with you.
        Matt: Negative! We're doing this my way.
        Trout: Shepherd, there is no way I am not going in to save my daughter! Now pass me a weapon.
        Benny Ray: (tossing him an HK) Heads up!
        Trout: Ammo. (Shepherd tosses him a magazine)
        Benny Ray: You'll have to strip that weapon first, sir. Make sure she's good to go.
        Trout: No time for that, son.
        Chance: Should take all of a minute.
        Trout: (clearly having no idea how to proceed) I'm an M-16 man, I've never fired an HK.
        Benny Ray: With all due respect, sir, until you can field strip that weapon, swap out a mag, and clear a jam on the fly, you have no business in the field. (takes back the HK) Sorry, sir.

      • SSgt. Hanson: When I woke up this morning, security for the embassy and it's staff was my responsibility. Now, unless I have been relieved (grabs rifle from Shepherd) I command this garrison and its weapons!
        Benny Ray: (grabbing the rifle back and handing it to Shepherd) Thank you, Sergeant.
        SSgt. Hanson: Now are you going to give me the straight poop? Or you're going to see the inside of my brig!
        Chance: Careful now, Seargeant. We all got a 'get out of jail free' card.

    • NOTES (1)

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • Sendero Luminoso (aka Shining Path)

        Founded in 1980, this group of Maoist revolutionaries fights a guerilla war in Peru to overthrow the government and bring Communism to the country through violence. While their main target is the government of Peru, they have made attacks on Chile and Ecuador, though in those countries their tactics are more those of an established military, unlike the terrorist tactics they favor in Peru.

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