Legend of the Seeker (2008–2010)
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Darken Rahl is planning to find the final Box of Orden, which is being held by Queen Milena of Tamarang. Zedd poses as a puppeteer for Princess Violet's birthday party. Meanwhile, Richard ... See full summary »

Director:

Mark Beesley

Writers:

Terry Goodkind (novel), Nicki Paluga
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Craig Horner ... Richard Cypher
Bridget Regan ... Kahlan Amnell
Bruce Spence ... Zeddicus Zu'l Zorander
Craig Parker ... Darken Rahl
Jordana Beatty ... Rachel
Maisy McLeod-Riera Maisy McLeod-Riera ... Princess Violet
Geraldine Brophy ... Queen Milena
Bronwyn Bradley Bronwyn Bradley ... Martha
John McKee John McKee ... Head Cook
Kevin J. Wilson ... General Egremont
Wade Jackson ... Royal Guard
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Darken Rahl is planning to find the final Box of Orden, which is being held by Queen Milena of Tamarang. Zedd poses as a puppeteer for Princess Violet's birthday party. Meanwhile, Richard and Kahlan try to find a way to stop Darken Rahl's men from reaching Tamarang. Written by Kirstine

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TV-PG
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Language:

English

Release Date:

17 January 2009 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital (Dolby 5.1)

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

16 : 9
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Richard says he can drop a running deer at 200 paces with a crossbow. To give perspective on this: a crossbow without a modern cam and pully system fires a bolt off at about 300 feet per second; 200 paces is 600 feet; it would take 2 seconds to reach the target. Aside from the problem of predicting where a target will be when the bolt finally gets there, you have to account for drop. Gravity works on bolts in flight. To hit a target 600 feet away you need to aim at a spot roughly 64 feet above where the target will be two seconds after you fire. See more »

Quotes

Zeddicus Zu'l Zorander: I'd give all the riches in the world not to have to place such a terrible burden on you. If there was any other way, I...
Rachel: Don't be sad, Ruben, I can do it. I want to do it.
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little girl steals entire show, you other lot could just go home

I remember I was just kinda irritated by the little boy in "Listener" and thought by myself, should have been a little girl. A few episodes later, here we have little Jordana Beatty as Rachel in this episode, and for the first time, there is something truly noteworthy about this series. (I have to admit that I got involved with LEGEND OF THE SEEKER only because of one of the later this season episodes having been specifically singled out by, er, uhm, let's just say, a kinky website) Before this, "Bounty" and "Identity" were the only ones that really had me interested, "Denna" was promising, but... aw. Here we have a show in which a cute little girl appears, and she is so, so cute, and the script makes up for all this... this... wizard magic Darken Rahl flying dragon nonsense I've had to sit enduring while inwardly complaining "bummer Bridget Regan was so wonderful in BEAUTY & THE BEAST that I went completely off Kristin Kreuk, but here... I would not even have recognized her... bummer bummer double bummer, and there are 22 episodes of this..."

Episode stars J O R D A N A B E A T T Y and then there is craig horner and bridget regan in supporting roles. Who they? I was only bothered by them when they got in the way of things. Jordana had star potential written all over her. With hindsight 20/20, noticed earlier this morning that her Wikipedia page today is a backhanded compliment, that she is considered hardly deserving a page on that hallowed site as she isn't a person of any real noteworthiness. I kid thee not. Go check now. Her career peaked with this performance.

Somebody goofed. The kid should have been snapped up for more film work. She is absolutely joyous to watch, she is cuter than cute, this episide is truly worth watching, and you could quick-scan easily past The Seeker and his Confessor (stupid term, that).

One of the most huggable kids on film ever!!


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