7 Days/Pilot (1)

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Pilot (1)
Season 1, Episode 1
Airdate October 7, 1998
Written by Christopher Crowe
Story: Christopher Crowe,
Zachary Crowe
Directed by John McPherson
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Pilot (1) is the first episode of the first season of 7 Days, and the first episode overall.

Guest Stars: Jenna Lyn Ward (Patricia Parker), Bridget Ann White (Dana MacMillian), Katherine Cannon (Phyllis), Peter J. Lucas (Karl Pretznef), Endre Hules (Trotsky), Charles Guardino (Security Guard), Jay Edward Anthony (Chechen Rebel), Leyna Nguyen (Reporter #1), Randy Thompson (Secret Serviceman), Bob Bancroft (Doctor), Cary Pfeffer (Reporter #2), Steve Potter (Tourist Husband), Katherine Drake (Tourist Wife), Kerry Kilbride (Reporter #3), Ted Mattison (Aide), Don Brunner (Pilot), Jim Harlow (Air Policeman), Sarah Rose Potter (Tourist Daughter), Lisa Williams (Sportsbook Girl), Mark Colson (Russian Paratrooper), Randall Peterson (Pig Farmer), Carl Gilliard (Technocrat), Dennis J. Lau (Tattooist), Tom Murray (Sportscaster), James Salame (Young Military Guy), Tony Sears (Technician), Roland Gibbons (Jimmy Parker), Eric Whitmore (Agent), Glenn Martin (Biosuit), Carl Ciarfalio (Cadre Member #1), Mark Stefanich (Cadre Member #2), Vladimir Orlov (Cadre Member #3), G. Eric Miles (Candidate #1), Rick Telles (Candidate #2), Timothy Dale Agee (Candidate #3), Gregory McKinney (Delta Boss), Adam Gregor (Fisherman), Wiley Pickett (Inmate #1), George Russo (Inmate #2), Anthony Winters (Messenger), Stacey Stone (Operator), Jordan Lund (Press Secretary), Michael Crider (Psychiatrist), Darrel Casalino (Russian Cadre (uncredited)), Thomas Knickerbocker (Speaker of the House), Jim Meskimen (Technician Bill), Alex Veadov (Valensky), L. Sidney (Yarborough)


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