Season 1, Episode 1
|Airdate||October 10th, 2000|
|Producer||James Cameron; Charles H. Eglee; René Echevarria; Joe Ann Fogle; Rae Sanchini; Stephen Sassen; Janace Tashjian|
|Starring||Jessica Alba; Michael Weatherly; Alimi Ballard; Jennifer Blanc; Richard Gunn; J.C. Mackenzie; Valarie Rae Miller; John Savage|
"Heat" is the first regular episode of season one of the science fiction/action series Dark Angel, and the second episode of the series overall after the "pilot" episode. It was directed by Michael Katleman with a script written by Patrick Harbinson. It first aired on the FOX Network on October 10th, 2000.
Principal Cast Edit
Guest Stars Edit
|Eileen Peddle||Hannah Sukova|
|Stephen Lee||Dna Vogelsang|
|Carlene Furk||Lickety split girl|
|Geneva Locke||Young Max|
|Emily Tenant||Language student #1|
|Brittany Moldowan||Language student #2|
|Christopher Attadia||Language student #3|
|Kyley Statham||Young Jondy|
|Christine Chatelain||Max's young mother|
Notes & Trivia Edit
- Production code number: 1ADE01
- This is the first appearance of Peter Bryant in the role of Bling. He makes fourteen appearances in the series in total. He appears next in "Flushed".
- This is Emily Tennant's first work in episode television.
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