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      Coming off the heels of the wonderful City of Roses episode, Firewall continues to add excellence in entertainment for the Jeremiah science fiction series. One of the good things about this series, which Luke Perry both stars in and acts as the executive producer of, is that we are slowly getting the back story of each of the characters. In this particular show, it’s Markus Alexander,

      played by Peter Stebbings, who we come to understand a bit better.

      Once again, I was spellbound, totally enthralled by the story. It was impossible to multi-task. I had to keep my eyes focused on the screen. Stebbings was good, and Andrew Francis as young Markus was solid as well. The standout, though, was John Ralston, who played Markus’ father, Dr. Sean Alexander. He ...


      • had layers to his performance that worked on all levels, as a scientist, a husband, a father, and just as a human being. Ralston was excellent.

        In Jeremiah: Firewall, we learn that Valhalla Sector really exists. The significance of that can mean all kinds of things. We really don’t know if it’s a good or bad place, or if Jeremiah’s parents might be alive there.

        We do know that adults are living there, which is the big news. Along with that Alex Zahara returns for a couple of brief scenes as Ezekiel. Once again, he has mystic news for Jeremiah, along with a strange connection to one of Thunder Mountain’s most trusted members.

        Michael Rooker guest stars in this episode, which is number two on the list of best episodes so far.




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