Dominion (2014–2015)
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When innocent higher angels turn up dead in Vega, Michael enlists Alex to help protect the others, but Gabriel exposes a long-hidden secret that threatens to tear them apart. William "... See full summary »

Director:

Larry Shaw

Writers:

Vaun Wilmott (created by), Bryan Q. Miller | 2 more credits »
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Episode credited cast:
Christopher Egan ... Alex Lannen
Tom Wisdom ... Michael
Roxanne McKee ... Claire Riesen
Luke Allen-Gale ... William Whele
Shivani Ghai ... Arika
Rosalind Halstead ... Senator Becca Thorn
Anthony Head ... David Whele
Alan Dale ... General Edward Riesen
Carl Beukes ... Gabriel
Katrine De Candole ... Uriel
Kim Engelbrecht ... Sgt. Noma Walker
Jonathan Howard ... Ethan
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Richard Lothian Richard Lothian ... Jeffrey the medic
Kevin Otto Kevin Otto ... Louis
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When innocent higher angels turn up dead in Vega, Michael enlists Alex to help protect the others, but Gabriel exposes a long-hidden secret that threatens to tear them apart. William "re-educates" his father. Alex and Noma reignite an old flame. Written by Anonymous

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

31 July 2014 (USA) See more »

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Metal swords did not exist in 1900 BC. First metal swords were from 17th century BC, and those were bronze swords, not iron, and particularly not steel swords, as were those seen in the opening scene. Also, on the sand there are bell peppers which were first brought from South America in 15th century - some 34 centuries later. See more »

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Families are messy, complicated things.
1 August 2014 | by menelrondSee all my reviews

Episode 1.7 of Dominion once again proves that Vega is not inhabited by the kind of angels one finds on a Hallmark greeting card. Instead of 2-dimensional cherubs and their satanic counterparts, we find complex, well-written characters brought to life by a talented cast. In a world where you can't identify friend or foe by their faces (or even their actions at times), who do you trust? Clearly in Vega you can only trust yourself. There is a natural progression in the carefully crafted evolution of (and relationship between) main characters Alex and Michael. Along the way we continue to observe that the (literally and figuratively) painful interactions of dysfunctional families are a central theme of this season; in this episode the Whele clan and the archangel siblings take center stage. Tight writing and thoughtful attention to the show's unfolding mythology set this episode solidly within the overall story arc of this season. It unravels previous mysteries and sets the stage for future revelations, all the while treating viewers to a few surprises of its own. Subtle details are revealed in repeated viewings, a testament to the show's creative team. An excellent episode of a unique and thought-provoking series.


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