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Viper season 2 episodes list:
The Viper returns to the streets of Metro City. The new prototype is given to Ex-CIA operative Thomas Cole (Jeff Kaake) and his team: Technician Frankie Waters (Joe Nipote) and systems programmer Dr. Allie Farrow (Dawn Stern). After the death of her partner, police officer Cameron Westlake (Heather Medway) joins the Viper team. The team then concentrates on taking Dekker, a rogue trucker who has been terrorizing the city.
Cameron uncovers an illegal arms-smuggling ring---but not before Allie and a visiting scientist are kidnapped and forced to develop a highly advanced fighter jet.
The massacre of four undercover cops, all of them set to share information regarding the mob, leads the team to seek help from a helicopter squad that's Viper's aerial equivalent.
A talk-show host is targeted by a killer who has a unique way of getting rid of the bodies of his victims.
A disgruntled former security officer decides to become a jewel thief.
Thieves after a new weapon have the Viper team trapped in an abandoned refinery.
A string of diamond thefts points to a notorious criminal, but she cooperates with the Viper team to catch whom she claims is the real culprit.
It's no joke when the Viper team's assigned to protect a comedienne and her son, who's witnessed the murder of an undercover FBI agent.
The Viper team and their superior are accused of treason after following a Government command to steal a lethal weapon.
A band of weapons thieves plans to take the Defender next.
A scientist fears his runaway son may be behind the theft of an extremely combustible rocket fuel, which the boy is using to power racing cars.
A scientist's invention saves his life but turns him into a killer cyborg.
The Viper team is assigned to stop a gang war between two rival factions, and a 13-year-old gets caught in the middle of the fighting.
A scientist is brainwashed into stealing nerve gas to be used in an attack on the U.S. Secretary of Defense.
An escaped con looking for revenge happens to be Cole's former mentor.
The city is terrorized by a criminal who is driving around in a clever imitation of the Viper.
Cole's investigates the death of his friend, an investigative reporter, but his only clue is a holgram of a movie star who committed suicide long ago.
The Viper team is accused of treason after their new boss tells them to steal a weapon that creates spontaneous human combustion.
A charismatic mass-murderer in cryogenic suspension manages to escape to rejoin his followers.
An autistic man is the only witness to the murder of his brother.
A murdered software designer leaves artificial intelligence to his girlfriend.
Westlake witnesses Cole's death, only to learn that he's alive and well---and working as an informant for a powerful crime family.