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Strike Back 4 Seasons 2012

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Season 2
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4.6 out of 5 stars (4,375) IMDb 8.3/10

Scott & Stonebridge scour Africa in pursuit of a fresh covey of criminals--each vying for possession of a box of valuable nuclear-bomb triggers that could launch Armageddon--in Season 2 of the hit Cinemax series.

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Philip Winchester, Sullivan Stapleton

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Season 2
1. Episode 11

Season Two Premiere. Scott ends up in the midst of a kidnapping plot that takes him and three hostages to war-ravaged Mogadishu--and into the clutches of a brutal local warlord. Meanwhile, Stonebridge doubts his decision to stay home.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 45 minutes Release date: August 17, 2012
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2. Episode 12

Scott, Stonebridge and Richmond face a hostile onslaught in Mogadishu by Waabri and his sexy associate Asmara, who are hoping to start a new life by selling four nuclear triggers to a mysterious buyer in South Africa. Section 20 gets a new leader.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: August 17, 2012
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3. Episode 13

A shaken Stonebridge joins Scott in Niger to track down Axmali, a radical Muslim cleric now in possession of the triggers, but they are hindered by a suspicious CIA air strike and local hostility.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 45 minutes Release date: August 24, 2012
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4. Episode 14

Holed up with Markunda and a wounded Othmani in a remote Algerian farmhouse, Scott and Stonebridge prepare for an inevitable assault by the forces of El Soldat, who seeks to take possession of the triggers and his half brother.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 45 minutes Release date: August 24, 2012
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5. Episode 15

Section 20 heads to Cape Town after Knox devises a plan to force a nuclear expert to assemble his WMDs; Scott attempts to turn a Knox insider; a stadium set-up morphs into a mad chase through Cape Town--with Stonebridge detoured by a familiar face.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: September 7, 2012
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6. Episode 16

Stonebridge connects with Knox's daughter; Scott tries to reform an assassin; Hanson gets a new job. After Scott, Richmond and Baxter foil a weapons diversion scheme, police respond by trying to shut down Section 20.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 45 minutes Release date: September 14, 2012
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7. Episode 17

After a Zimbabwe opposition leader is liberated, Scott and Stonebridge track his activist daughter in an attempt to get closer to Knox. Instead, the Section 20 crib is raided by Dreyer, with deadly consequences. Meanwhile, Lutulu's allegiance wavers.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: September 21, 2012
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8. Episode 18

Scott and Stonebridge close in on Knox as Lilian Lutulu takes up her father's mantle.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: September 28, 2012
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9. Episode 19

Now a wanted man, Knox (Charles Dance) hatches a plan for the nuclear bombs that involves several African nations plagued by political unrest and unstable militia factions.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: October 5, 2012
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10. Episode 20

Season Two Finale. Scott questions Bryant about her role in Knox's plan and appeals to her for help, but Scott's dark past may dictate his course of action. Stonebridge attempts to focus on the mission, but is consumed by thoughts of revenge.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 45 minutes Release date: October 12, 2012
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By H. Bala TOP 500 REVIEWER on December 15, 2012
Format: DVD
STRIKE BACK is so prolific with its nude scenes, even the showmakers of GAME OF THRONES are awestruck. Just goes to show that, 'neath all that placid tea-drinking and scone-munching, the Brits flaunt quite the salacious streak. But gratuitous nekkidness aside, STRIKE BACK also rewards the viewer with gritty character development, a runaway train of a narrative, and, of course, the explosive, explosive gunplay. And with its secretive counter-terrorist task force deployed on a globetrotting pace, you may even soak up culture and end up a worldlier person.

STRIKE BACK is the only reason I keep Cinemax. Season 2 (or Series 3, if you're in the UK) offers ten more episodes and, at the start, shuffles the make-up of Section 20. Sgt. Stonebridge (Philip Winchester, a Yank actor posing as a Brit) is off the team, having opted for assignment on British soil to be near his wife. Nowadays, Stonebridge is a training officer at the local S.A.S. Training Camp. Or as one of his mates mockingly addresses him: "Mr. Stonebridge, desk jockey."

This leaves Sgt. Damian Scott (Sullivan Stapleton, an Aussie posing as a Yank) as Section 20's primary field agent. And when Damian is taken prisoner during a soured ops, who else but Stonebridge gets tapped for a bit of a rescue? I guess I can encapsulate stuff and just say that, this time out, Section 20 targets a hijacked set of nuclear triggers. But that's doing a disservice to the show. These ten new episodes make up another thrilling season. There are twists and turns and setback after setback, and, early on, a stroke of tragedy that turns the tables on the Scott/Stonebridge dynamics. Season 2 finds the formerly by-the-book Stonebridge suddenly the loose cannon of the bunch, and the disaffected American, Scott, now the steadying presence.
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Strike Back Season 2 is an excellent follow-up to a great first season. The show kept me on the edge of my seat and had one surprise after the other. The acting and writing were top notch and adding Rhona Mitra to the cast was the perfect choice as she brought the show to a whole new level. I'm looking forward to watching the 3rd season.
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The byword of the series is "Diplomacy is overrated". This has everything a person could want, action, adventure, sex, explosions, a very good story arc. You never really know what could happen the next minute. The three main characters played by Philip Winchester (Michael Stonebridge), Sullivan Stapleton (Damien Scott) and Rhona Mitra (Rachel Dalton) kick ass plain and simple. They do what needs to be done despite the improbability of survival. Charles Dance plays an great "Bad Guy". The sets are excellent, the scenery (the story is set mostly in South Africa) breathtaking. One warning, once you start watching you may not want to stop till the end.
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I absolutely love this show. Honestly, I wish it was a longer season so that they didn't have to cram the whole season's storyline into 10 episodes. Plenty of solid action with great interaction between the main characters. While season 1 US(season 2 for the rest of the world) was better, this was still a great season!
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Season two much like the first season. Lots of sex and violence that is beginning to get old. If you like that kind of thing than its great but I really wonder how they will keep viewers interested unless new plots are developed and the actors become a little more human. Some really nice location shots in third world places keep interest. The verbal exchanges between the two rival male agents can be quite funny at times.
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Good character development, and a surprise ending in season one. IMO season two wasn't as well done. Pretty good shoot-em-ups. The graphic sex scenes got old fast . The constant never ending use of the F-Bomb strayed beyond battlefield realism into crude language for crudeness' sake.
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First off if you like 24 you will love Strike Back. Why? Remember all the fights in 24 well these are more realistic with blood. Remember all the Hot Chicks in 24? Well in strikeback there are even more and you get to see them Naked. Thanks Cable. The scenery is beautiful and out in the World like Africa or Europe, the stories are great and the two main Heroes are Cool. There are not many shows better then this. Only Breaking Bad or Game of Thrones rate higher then 5 stars for me. When strike back season 1 ended I wanted more but did not seem like there would be a season 2. Man I hope this thing keeps going for a few more seasons. Man I love this show. Recap. Hot Chicks check, Action Check, Good Actors Check, Good Modern Stories Check, special effecs Check, all the boxes are checked on this. Not even sure its for Women this show, made for Men, I dont even want my girlfriend to check it out cuz too many nice asses and boobs will make her turn on me.
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This is much in the same as the first season. The differences, Scott and Stonebridge are comfortable as partners once Stonebridge insists on rescuing Scott and they get back together.

Stonebridge starts out as an instructor of the SAS, cozily (unhappily?) holed up with his wife, who is bitter that she's miscarried, and seems to blame that on her husband in some way. He deals with this the same way he does everything, he avoids dealing with it. When she is killed by a revenge seeking soldier, he finally shows emotion. Then he shuts down, saying all the right things to make it back to section 20.

Well, we all know that the kind of soldier he is belongs out in the field. He will only truly be happy if he is on a mission, taking orders. It is more the adrenaline of the fight that makes his blood sing than any other kind of passion.

Scott and Stonebridge reunite and take their sprawling, brawling mission across Africa, spraying bullets like rain. This time they are less alone than last season. Richmond has been allowed into the field, and Baxter, a young fresh faced kid, and the new boss-lady, Dalton, every bit as unlikable as Col. Grant was. Sinclair makes a few forays out of the command center, ultimately resulting in his death. There is naturally a CIA operative who is manipulating things, twisting the knife in Scott to get her way over and over.

There is the ultimate bad guy, Conrad Knox, wealthy, zipping down a path of destruction that is both public and private, a nasty mercenary who seems fed up, and the crazy, revenge seeking tormenter who killed Mrs Stonebridge to harass the team all the way across multiple countries.

They escape from one impossible situation after another. There are some crazy battles.
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