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Viper season 3

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22 episodes (705 views)

Air weekdate: Cast:Dorian Harewood, James McCaffrey, Jeff Kaake, Joe Nipote, Heather Medway, J. Downing, Dawn Stern, Fay Hauser Genre:Action, Adventure Channel:NBC Status:Ended

8.1 (7 votes)

Viper season 3 episodes list:

Episode #1: Triple Cross (air date: 1997-09-23)

Cole's former fiancée, who says she's dying and needs a bone-marrow transplant, convinces Cole to temporarily release a prisoner whose marrow matches hers.

Episode #2: Cat and Mouse (air date: 1997-09-30)

Westlake kills the lover of a professional assassin during a prison break, and soon finds herself targeted for revenge.

Episode #3: The Best Couple (air date: 1997-10-07)

A simple background check on Westlake's friend's new husband turns up information suggesting that the groom may not be what he seems.

Episode #4: Hidden Agenda (air date: 1997-10-14)

An arson killing rings a bell for Cole, who investigated similar cases years ago and suspects they're related. His only lead is a mysterious woman who was on the scene.

Episode #5: Out from Oblivion (air date: 1997-10-21)

When Cole discovers an old CIA buddy living on the streets, he's again led into a world of espionage and intrigue.

Episode #6: Storm Watch (air date: 1997-10-28)

A fully equipped motorcycle and rider threaten the future of the team.

Episode #7: Cold Warriors (air date: 1997-11-04)

Westlake's mother is captivated by a secret agent.

Episode #8: First Mob Wives' Club (air date: 1997-11-11)

Cole goes under cover at a health club frequented by the beautiful wives of gangsters in order to solve the murder of one woman's husband.

Episode #9: Getting MADD (air date: 1997-11-18)

Cole's niece must live with the consequences of a fatal drunken driving accident; Frankie, Catlett and Cole uncover a drug ring at a local club.

Episode #10: Wilderness Run (air date: 1997-11-25)

Cameron Westlake, a police officer, volunteers to spend a week helping her friend Elise Grayhawk, who run Camp Sasamat, a retreat for over worked executives. Hanley (Michael Mahonen) and his friend, Mike, plot to kidnap his former boss, Iris Bentine, and hold her for five million dollars ransom. Hanley had been a janitor at her corporation, but was fired and is very bitter about it. He plots revenge... Iris, and her assistant, Julie Stone, have come for a week long retreat in the wilderness. Here they are supposed to spend time in the woods, enjoying nature and learn team work skills as a ""get back to nature, and find your true self..."" experience; but, Iris is work driven and can not relax . She is annoyed that Julie talked her into taking time off from work. Hanley stops a pair of forest rangers, kills them and steals their uniforms. Then he and his Mike, pretending to be Rangers Crawford and Barnes, proceed to the woods to find and kidnap his former boss, Iris Bentine! Cole a

Episode #11: Breakout (air date: 1998-01-06)

Cole and Westlake desperately search for an escaped convict who is carrying a deadly virus.

Episode #12: The Getaway (air date: 1998-01-27)

A crime lord's murder threatens to reveal government corruption.

Episode #13: What Makes Sammy Chun (air date: 1998-02-03)

An ex-con turned tabloid news reporter gets mixed up in Cole's investigation of an arms dealer.

Episode #14: Paper Trail (air date: 1998-02-10)

Cole's girlfriend becomes a prime suspect in a million-dollar robbery.

Episode #15: Regarding Catlett (air date: 1998-02-17)

After an attempt on Catlett's life, Cole and Frankie must find the insider responsible.

Episode #16: Trust No One (air date: 1998-02-24)

Catlett and Westlake pose as husband-and-wife burglars in order to catch an arms dealer.

Episode #17: Double Team (air date: 1998-03-03)

Catlett and Westlake pose as husband-and-wife burglars in order to catch an arms dealer.

Episode #18: Hot Potato (air date: 1998-03-17)

A computer disk becomes the key to catching a corrupt federal marshal.

Episode #19: Homecoming (air date: 1998-04-21)

Cole returns to his hometown to help his father solve a mystery when the local police chief dies.

Episode #20: Old Acquaintance (air date: 1998-04-28)

Westlake must protect her photojournalist ex-husband from sudden attempts on his life.

Episode #21: Internal Affair (air date: 1998-05-05)

After an undercover assignment goes awry, Westlake is abducted by mercenaries bent on detonating a bomb -- with her help.

Episode #22: About Face (air date: 1998-05-12)

Notorious criminal Giles Seton masterminds a plot to create a Cole look-alike to steal the Defender.

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