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Jeremiah and Kurdy befriend a group of people dedicated to nonviolence who are searching for what they call a New World. While the pair thwart the group's takeover by a band of ruthless and cunning thieves, it is ultimately the misguided group's own leadership that may lead to their undoing.
The episode was rated #1 Worst episode of Jeremiah from 20 votes.
After receiving a message from Theo (from "The Long Road") saying she wants to "thank" Jeremiah and Kurdy for saving her life, they find themselves wrapped up in a world of sex, bare knuckled boxing matches, elephants, and mushrooms? After they arrive at the inn specified in the invite (after taking some hallucinogenic mushrooms), they find it's a cathouse and they've been given the run of the place. Jeremiah's "choice", Penny, wants him to fight in a bare-knuckle match for her freedom but Kurdy overhears that it's a plan to get revenge on Theo by killing them and takes Jeremiah's place. Kurdy manages to win and Polly has them take her to her daughter China at...a local circus (which explains the elephant). While Polly tries to deal with the fact her child's father doesn't want her to have contact with her child, Jeremiah helps recover the elephant and Polly decides to stay on as the circus decides to "go public".
The episode was rated #2 Worst episode of Jeremiah from 25 votes.
Jeremiah prepares for an awkward reunion with his father, Devon. Libby gives Jeremiah a letter from his father written years ago. In it he explains what happened the day he and his wife disappeared.
The episode was rated #3 Worst episode of Jeremiah from 24 votes.
Jeremiah and Kurdy make their way towards Thunder Mountain, hoping to find whoever Simon was working for.
The episode was rated #4 Worst episode of Jeremiah from 23 votes.
A somewhat fanciful tale of a guy who grew up after the Big Death believing that some day the super heroes he read about as a kid would come back and fix things...and a tale of a most unusual romance between another of our main characters -- Marcus Alexander, head of what was once the NORAD Thunder Mountain complex -- and a woman whose existence has been kept secret from everyone for years.
The episode was rated #5 Worst episode of Jeremiah from 36 votes.
Kurdy and Elizabeth try to make contact with an isolated "black power" movement, while Erin drags Jeremiah along to help get her twin sister out of trouble.
The episode was rated #6 Worst episode of Jeremiah from 25 votes.
A painful truth sets Jeremiah's course while Sims prepares to attack the Alliance. Markus and Kurdy must combat enemy forces outside and within Thunder Mountain itself to protect a future worth living in. (Part 2 of 2)
The episode was rated #7 Worst episode of Jeremiah from 22 votes.
The wanderer Jeremiah comes to the market community Clairfield, looking to barter for supplies and maybe get a lead on the whereabouts of the Valhalla Sector. The place is run by the beautiful Theo, a woman obsessed with getting her hands on as much knowledge and technology as possible. When her guards discover a well-maintained, fueled car hidden nearby, she's sure the owner can lead her to the jackpot. Pity those who should get in the way.
The episode was rated #8 Worst episode of Jeremiah from 50 votes.
Jeremiah and Kurdy are sent to contact an elusive group led by a mysterious "Steve" but get captured. One of his captors is Michelle, a woman he met (in flashback) back at his empty home five years ago after his brother died. They were intimately involved back then, and we find out she's the one who gave Jeremiah the idea for writing notes to his dead father. In the present it turns out "Steve" is Michelle. Her operation is working heavily to get knowledge out, and she also has a 5-year old son. One guy accuses Michelle of skimming and the guys follow her and find out she's collecting art, and agrees to work with Thunder Mountain. Then Michelle comes back to lay down the law on the guy who accused her of skimming and the guys head out with as Jeremiah and Michelle think about getting together in the future.
The episode was rated #9 Worst episode of Jeremiah from 27 votes.
Kurdy and Jeremiah are off to Jeremah's old stomping grounds of Denver to pick up some books at a library. They meet the "librarian", Edgar, and Kurdy stays to help him learn to read and fend off zealots who are convinced that books are the root of all evil. Jeremiah goes to meet his friend Red (from The Long Road) and embarks on a journey with his girlfriend Maggie, a wheelchair-bound woman determined to deliver her father's ashes to the remote island where she was raised. Maggie insists the ashes must be dumped in the middle of a river...which can only be reached by a rickety gondola. Meanwhile, the library patrons rally under Kurdy's inspiration to defend Edgar and the library.
The episode was rated #10 Worst episode of Jeremiah from 21 votes.
Markus's position as Thunder Mountain's leader is challenged by brothers who are threatened by the decision to introduce outside community leaders to the secret headquarters.
The episode was rated #1 Worst episode of Jeremiah from 25 votes.
Jeremiah joins Kurdy and Mister Smith on what should be a simple job to deliver radios to nearby towns. It is not; Daniel's forces have plans for those radios and towns that could bring disaster to the Alliance.
The episode was rated #2 Worst episode of Jeremiah from 22 votes.
While trying to track down info on "the Burners", a mysterious group that's burning down whole settlements in seemingly random fashion, Jeremiah encounters a woman who's stealing all the gas she can get her hands on, and Kurdy ends up helping a pregnant girl, against his better judgment.
The episode was rated #3 Worst episode of Jeremiah from 30 votes.
Big Death survivor Frederick Monash knows something important and Devon, it seems, knows him. Thunder Mountain wants to find Monash before Daniel's forces can kill him and Jeremiah wants to know if he can ever really trust his own father.
The episode was rated #4 Worst episode of Jeremiah from 20 votes.
Mister Smith shows Jeremiah and Kurdy a refuge for children who will need protection if war comes, which seems inevitable as Daniel's forces surround Thunder Mountain. The key to victory may lie in the revelation of secrets. (Part 1 of 2)
The episode was rated #5 Worst episode of Jeremiah from 21 votes.
Jeremiah and Kurdy discovers that someone is a traitor, this leads them to the missing page in Simon's diary. With the help of the diary they find the real reason behind the Big Death.
The episode was rated #6 Worst episode of Jeremiah from 24 votes.
The son of a medical doctor has set up what may turn out to be a dubious medical practice of his own, traveling with his brother from town to town and exploiting people...and finds that his past catches up with him.
The episode was rated #7 Worst episode of Jeremiah from 25 votes.
Jeremiah and Kurdy are captured by Michael and his men, who operate out of a local military base. Michael has concluded that God is dead, and it's about time someone took his place... by any means...
The episode was rated #8 Worst episode of Jeremiah from 31 votes.
Jeremiah and Kurdy arrive in Mayfair and find the townspeople dead of cyanide. In the next town of New Hope they find the locals have an aversion to touching. The Elders ruthlessly enforce the law, making anyone who disobeys their edicts "disobey". When the people they befriend start disappearing, Jeremiah intervenes and is taken away where he finds out the offenders are stoned to death. Both towns are an "experiment" in determining how the original virus was transmitted, and the Elders destroyed Mayfair when they "failed". Jeremiah and Kurdy break free and expose the Elders' scheme to the unsuspecting townfolk. Meanwhile, back at the base Marcus takes ill from an undiagnosed disease and begins suffering hallucinations of a Native Indian - Lee pushes the matter before the Council to determine the line of succession and fails.
The episode was rated #9 Worst episode of Jeremiah from 21 votes.
Jeremiah and Kurdy attempt to save a community when its children begin disappearing amid a rumor that the blood of children can be used to prevent the return of The Big Death.
The episode was rated #10 Worst episode of Jeremiah from 23 votes.
Last updated: oct 09, 2020
awesome show (:
I didn't knew the comics when the TV show started so I have no reference for comparison. What got me into it was the involvement of JMS because I was a huge B5 fan. I got hooked from the first minute and it got better by the hour. This had some great moments, well written characters and the show was tough at times. I liked the plot where it wasn't an atomic war but a virus that left only the children. I thought it was a believeable story. Had it plot holes ? Sure at times, but what show hasn't ? This was about the people. Because of creative differences between MGM and JMS, sadly, the show ran short. It ended after the second season although it could have gotten further, the groundwork was there to keep it going. But maybe it was better this way because usually the american audience doesn't seem to like post-apocaliyptic stories and stuff like civil war set on their home soil. So instead of getting canceled it simply ended on its own.
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