Space Precinct (1994–1995)
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Deathwatch: Part 2 

After Major Graffa is possessed by the alien meteor found buried beneath Roetem Towers, Captain Weldon steals the meteor fragment that landed at Butler's farm and goes AWOL. She kidnaps ... See full summary »

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Lieutenant Patrick Brogan
Rob Youngblood ...
Officer Jack Haldane
Simone Bendix ...
Officer Jane Castle
Nancy Paul ...
Sally Brogan
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Captain Rexton Podly
Cecilia Noble ...
Captain Tara Weldon
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Carson (as Joe Mydell)
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MIA Commander
Nick Klein ...
Matt Brogan (as Nic Klein)
Megan Olive ...
Liz Brogan
Mary Woodvine ...
Officer Aurelia Took
David Quilter ...
Fredo
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Officer Orrin
Lou Hirsch ...
Romek
Andy Dawson ...
Duty Officer
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After Major Graffa is possessed by the alien meteor found buried beneath Roetem Towers, Captain Weldon steals the meteor fragment that landed at Butler's farm and goes AWOL. She kidnaps Brogan to enlist his help in recovering the meteor from Graffa, but Carson learns that the meteor is a parasitic alien seed and the meteor fragment is a spore to fertilize it - bringing them together will destroy all life on Altor!

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24 July 1995 (UK)  »

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The toast Captain Podly makes near the end, confusing the others, is "Sláinte", a traditional Irish toast, a nod to the history of policemen often being Irish. See more »

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