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"Strange Attractors"
Series Jeremiah
Season 2, Episode 3
Jeremiah 2x03 000
Air date October 24th, 2003
Writers J. Michael Straczynski
Director Charles Winkler
Producers J. Michael Straczynski; Scott Mitchell Rosenberg; Ervin Rustemagic; Luke Perry; Grant Rosenberg; George Horie; Sara Barnes; Ben Brafman; Gregory Noveck
Starring Luke Perry; Malcolm Jamal-Warner; Sean Astin
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"Strange Attractors" is the third episode of season two of the dystopic future series Jeremiah, and the twenty-third episode of the series overall. It was directed by Charles Winkler with a script written by series creator J. Michael Straczynski. It first aired on Showtime on Friday, October 24th, 2003 at 10:45 pm.

Synopsis Edit

Cast Edit

Principal Cast Edit

Actor Role
Luke Perry Jeremiah
Malcolm-Jamal Warner Kurdy
Sean Astin Mister Smith

Guest Stars Edit

Actor Role
Joanne Kelly Liberty "Libby" Kaufman
Peter Stebbings Markus Alexander
Ingrid Kavelaars Erin
Kim Hawthorne Theo
Robert Wisden Devon
Aaron Douglas Davis
Biski Gugushe Steve
Travis MacDonald Guy
Jake Moyer Guard
Rob Hayter Guard
Dana Pemberton Norader
Morley MacDougall Traveler

Notes & Trivia Edit

  • Although season one of Jeremiah had been released on Region 1 DVD, season two had yet to be pressed. Episodes from the season were released as "burn on demand" by Amazon.com, and has also been made available for digital download on iTunes.
  • This is the first stand-alone episode of the season.

Appearances Edit

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