Human Target (2010–2011)
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Christopher Chance is a man who seems to get his thrills on protecting people from all walks of life. In the opener, he takes a case where he needs to protect a mechanical engineer who ... See full summary »

Director:

Simon West

Writers:

Jonathan E. Steinberg (developed for television by), Jonathan E. Steinberg | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Mark Valley ... Christopher Chance
Chi McBride ... Winston
Jackie Earle Haley ... Guerrero
Tricia Helfer ... Stephanie Dobbs
Mark Moses ... Hollis
David Meunier ... Tom
Donnelly Rhodes ... Guerrero's Friend
Adrian Hough ... James Dobbs
Michael St. John Smith ... McNamara
Danny Glover ... Client
Sean Allan Sean Allan ... Lydecker
Artine Tony Browne ... Latino Thug (as Artine Brown)
Anna Cummer ... Hostage Woman
Mike Desabrais ... Assassain Steward
Keith Martin Gordey Keith Martin Gordey ... Suspicious Guy (as Keith Gordey)
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Storyline

Christopher Chance is a man who seems to get his thrills on protecting people from all walks of life. In the opener, he takes a case where he needs to protect a mechanical engineer who designed California's first bullet train, capable of reaching speeds up to two hundred miles an hour. Written by Moviedude1

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

17 January 2010 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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Trivia

Christopher Chance's dog is named Carmine. Along with writer Len Wein, the character of Christopher Chance was created by legendary comic book artist Carmine Infantino. See more »

Goofs

When Christopher parachutes out of the back of the train, he is shown to be moving in the opposite direction of the train and slide back towards the tunnel entrance. The parachute would have slowed him down very quickly, but not instantly taken him from 200 mph in one direction to 10 mph in the other. See more »

Quotes

Guerrero: [Winston enters office to find Guerrero sitting at his desk] Hey dude.
Winston: Breaking and entering is a crime, you know.
Guerrero: Yeah, it's good to see you too, Winston. It's been a while.
Winston: Oh, not long enough. What are you doing in my office? And what the hell are you doing on my computer?
Guerrero: I'm checking out the contents of Mark Hoffer's hard drive. I'm sure it's mostly personal.
Winston: Do I want to know how you came about it?
Guerrero: Editor at the paper owes me. A couple of years ago a gas company hired a guy to hassle him ...
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Processed Cheese and Cardboard
20 January 2010 | by TechRenSee all my reviews

This show is mildly amusing, just for the cliché after cliché storyline. A protagonist who can do everything (James Bond, pre-Daniel Craig, would be jealous); air ducts large enough to crawl through and fight in (and they're on a train!); and the ever-popular time bomb plot ("We've got to get off this train before it crashes!").

SPOILER: Superman, uh, "Christopher Chance", engages in a shoot-out with an assassin, escapes, then follows the assassin and prepares to shoot him. But *click*! He's out of ammunition! Yes, Mister Perfect was too stupid to check his weapon, and reload after he'd sprayed the area with lead.

Summary: "Human Target" is like Domino's Pizza: it's television of the last resort.


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