Season 2

Rating  :  

7.3

Duration  :  

44m

22 Episodes

Cast: Brandy Ledford, Shannon Kenny, Paul Ben-Victor, Vincent Ventresca, Micahel McCafferty, Eddie Jones


Crew: Don Kurt, Matt Greenberg


Genres: Comedy, Sci-Fi & Fantasy


Sociétés de Production:Stu Segall Productions, Sci-Fi Channel, USA Network.

Episodes
Episode 1 : Legends
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Episode 2 : The Camp
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Episode 3 : The Importance Of Being Eberts
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Episode 4 : Johnny Apocalypse
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Episode 5 : Going Postal
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Episode 6 : Brother's Keeper
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Episode 7 : Insensate
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Episode 8 : Den Of Thieves
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Episode 9 : Bad Chi
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Episode 10 : Flash To Bang
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Episode 11 : Germ Theory
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Episode 12 : The Choice
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Episode 13 : Immaterial Girl
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Episode 14 : Father Figure
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Episode 15 : Three Phases Of Claire
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Episode 16 : Sense Of Community
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Episode 17 : Exposed
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Episode 18 : The Invisible Woman
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Episode 19 : Mere Mortals
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Episode 20 : Possessed
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Episode 21 : Enemy of My Enemy
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Episode 22 : The New Stuff
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