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Episode 2 : Steel

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Episode 2 : Steel

Posted by Kieran Collins

Rating  :  

7.0

Season 5

Duration  :  

30m

A small-time promoter desperately in need of money takes the place of his broken-down robot in a prize fight where humans are barred from participating.


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Episode 1 : In Praise of Pip
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Episode 3 : Nightmare at 20,000 Feet
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Episode 4 : A Kind of a Stopwatch
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Episode 5 : The Last Night of a Jockey
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Episode 6 : Living Doll
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Episode 7 : The Old Man in the Cave
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Episode 8 : Uncle Simon
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Episode 9 : Probe 7 - Over and Out
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Episode 10 : The 7th Is Made Up of Phantoms
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Episode 11 : A Short Drink from a Certain Fountain
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Episode 12 : Ninety Years Without Slumbering
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Episode 13 : Ring-a-Ding Girl
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Episode 14 : You Drive
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Episode 15 : The Long Morrow
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Episode 16 : The Self-Improvement of Salvadore Ross
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Episode 17 : Number 12 Looks Just Like You
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Episode 18 : Black Leather Jackets
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Episode 19 : Night Call
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Episode 20 : From Agnes – With Love
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Episode 21 : Spur of the Moment
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Episode 22 : An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge
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Episode 23 : Queen of the Nile
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Episode 24 : What's in the Box
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Episode 25 : The Masks
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Episode 26 : I Am the Night—Color Me Black
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Episode 27 : Sounds and Silences
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Episode 28 : Caesar and Me
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Episode 29 : The Jeopardy Room
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Episode 30 : Stopover in a Quiet Town
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Episode 31 : The Encounter
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Episode 32 : Mr. Garrity and the Graves
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Episode 33 : The Brain Center at Whipple's
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Episode 34 : Come Wander with Me
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Episode 35 : The Fear
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Episode 36 : The Bewitchin' Pool
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