History Series / StrikeBack

20th Mar '16 3:10:18 AM Morgenthaler
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* MoscowCentre: The team work with FSB operative Nina Prigova. Naturally, she sleeps with Scott.
8th Dec '15 1:44:46 PM pepsimax
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The second series, '''''Strike Back: Project Dawn''''', ran for ten episodes in 2011 and was co-produced by Cinemax with an entirely new cast and abandoning the storyline set up in the previous series. It follows Section 20's attempts to track down Pakistani terrorist Latif, who is attempting to acquire and use weapons of mass destruction; their efforts are led by Michael Stonebridge (Philip Winchester), a straight-laced SBS trooper, and Damien Scott (Creator/SullivanStapleton), a disgraced former-Delta operator. The pair are also trying to unravel the mystery of "Project Dawn", which is linked to Scott's unfair dismissal from Delta Force, the final fate of John Porter, and Latif's plan to acquire a WMD.

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The second series, '''''Strike Back: Project Dawn''''', ran for ten episodes in 2011 and was co-produced by Cinemax with an entirely new cast and abandoning the storyline set up in the previous series. It follows Section 20's attempts to track down Pakistani terrorist Latif, who is attempting to acquire and use weapons of mass destruction; their efforts are led by Michael Stonebridge (Philip Winchester), (Creator/PhilipWinchester), a straight-laced SBS trooper, and Damien Scott (Creator/SullivanStapleton), a disgraced former-Delta operator. The pair are also trying to unravel the mystery of "Project Dawn", which is linked to Scott's unfair dismissal from Delta Force, the final fate of John Porter, and Latif's plan to acquire a WMD.
8th Dec '15 1:13:58 PM pepsimax
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The second series, '''''Strike Back: Project Dawn''''', ran for ten episodes in 2011 and was co-produced by Cinemax with an entirely new cast and abandoning the storyline set up in the previous series. It follows Section 20's attempts to track down Pakistani terrorist Latif, who is attempting to acquire and use weapons of mass destruction; their efforts are led by Michael Stonebridge (Philip Winchester), a straight-laced SBS trooper, and Damien Scott (Sullivan Stapleton), a disgraced former-Delta operator. The pair are also trying to unravel the mystery of "Project Dawn", which is linked to Scott's unfair dismissal from Delta Force, the final fate of John Porter, and Latif's plan to acquire a WMD.

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The second series, '''''Strike Back: Project Dawn''''', ran for ten episodes in 2011 and was co-produced by Cinemax with an entirely new cast and abandoning the storyline set up in the previous series. It follows Section 20's attempts to track down Pakistani terrorist Latif, who is attempting to acquire and use weapons of mass destruction; their efforts are led by Michael Stonebridge (Philip Winchester), a straight-laced SBS trooper, and Damien Scott (Sullivan Stapleton), (Creator/SullivanStapleton), a disgraced former-Delta operator. The pair are also trying to unravel the mystery of "Project Dawn", which is linked to Scott's unfair dismissal from Delta Force, the final fate of John Porter, and Latif's plan to acquire a WMD.
5th Dec '15 4:26:29 PM ccfccf
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The fourth series, '''''Strike Back: Shadow Warfare''''', is also ten-episodes, with Cinemax continuing its partnership and Winchester, Stapleton and Mitra reprising their roles. ''Shadow Warfare'' begins with Scott and Stonebridge being recalled from vacation in the western U.S. after another member of Section 20 is killed in Lebanon while tracking the terrorist al-Zuhari. While Scott and Stonebridge are deployed in Columbia to recover Zuhari's top lieutenant, Dalton, who was trapped in Lebanon after Section 20's original mission was compromised, begins searching for a rogue MI-6 operative who may have sold the team out to al-Zuhari.

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The fourth series, '''''Strike Back: Shadow Warfare''''', is also ten-episodes, with Cinemax continuing its partnership and Winchester, Stapleton and Mitra reprising their roles. ''Shadow Warfare'' begins with Scott and Stonebridge being recalled from vacation in the western U.S. after another member of Section 20 is killed in Lebanon while tracking the terrorist al-Zuhari. While Scott and Stonebridge are deployed in Columbia Colombia to recover Zuhari's top lieutenant, Dalton, who was trapped in Lebanon after Section 20's original mission was compromised, begins searching for a rogue MI-6 operative who may have sold the team out to al-Zuhari.
28th Nov '15 9:31:24 PM MikeW
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* BitchInSheepsClothing: [[spoiler: After acting the loving wife in the first two episodes, Mei Foster reveals she's been a North Korean spy the whole time as she kills her husband in his hospital bed.

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* BitchInSheepsClothing: [[spoiler: After acting the loving wife in the first two episodes, Mei Foster reveals she's been a North Korean spy the whole time as she kills her husband in his hospital bed. ]]
27th Nov '15 1:44:12 PM MikeW
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* InLoveWithTheMark: Subverted. When [[spoiler: Mei Foster reveals to her husband she's a North Korean spy and kills him in his hospital bed, she admits a bit of surprise to realize she never had any actual feelings for him after all.]]
27th Nov '15 1:41:45 PM MikeW
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* BitchInSheepsClothing: [[spoiler: After acting the loving wife in the first two episodes, Mei Foster reveals she's been a North Korean spy the whole time as she kills her husband in his hospital bed.


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* HiddenDisdainReveal: [[spoiler: Mei Foster]] reveals how [[spoiler: she never cared for her husband as she reveals she's a North Korean spy as she kills him.]]
3rd Nov '15 9:53:37 PM WildGoose
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* RealityEnsues: Kim Martinez is eventually recalled back to the US by the DEA, who are not happy one of their agents has been running around playing soldier with a British black ops team.
21st Oct '15 10:15:06 PM NSlayton5
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* MeleeATrois: Episodes 5 and 6 pit Section 20 against Knox's men against Mossad.
21st Oct '15 10:12:20 PM NSlayton5
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* DatingCatwoman: [[ChilvarousPervert Scott] and the GirlOfTheWeek, the Irish woman working for Connelly. True to the trope, Scott tries to convince her to reform and stop Connelly's assistance of Latif. [[spoiler: She seems genuinely willing to, unfortunately she's hit by friendly fire when Scott's cover is blown.]]


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* EvilIsSexy: Connelly's female assistant. [[DatingCatwoman Scott certainly thinks so.]]


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* RedHerring: [[spoiler: Despite some reasonable theories from Scott, Sinclair isn't TheMole in Section 20. Grant is, but not quite in the traditional evil sense.]]


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* DeathIsDramatic: [[spoiler: Played straight with Sinclair, but averted with Kohl. She's shot dead by Stonebridge in a sudden chaotic gunfight before many viewers might even be able to recognize her.]]


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* ForHalloweenImGoingAsMyself: To explain Knox's crimes to his daughter, and to get her help, Stonebridge crashes her anti-war fundraiser and introduces himself as...Michael Stonebridge, British military, who is greatly bothered by the spread of weapons across Africa. Which is all true. He just left out the part about being with Section 20.


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* TheReasonYouSuckSpeech: Matlock gives one to Hansen in a later episode, contrasting Matlock's NobleDemon motivation with Hansen's blind violence.


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* WorthyOpponent: Matlock dislikes Section 20, but less in a hateful way, more out of annoyance that they keep showing up to interfere with his ops.
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