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Episode 1 (157)

The city is in chaos as a new tribe invades - The Technos. Amber is worried when Bray seems to have disappeared and she is about to give birth. Ellie and Jack go out in the streets in search of answers. The Mozzies refuse to work with Ebony now that Moz has left them. Cloe thinks the adults might be back. Trudy and Pride want Ebony to give Amber and Bray permission to return to the city. Cloe is forced to hide when a couple of Technos enter the Mall. Ellie and Jack rescue one of the Mozquitos named Dee and bring her back to the Mall. Jay the Technos General prepares the city for the arrival of their boss Ram, who is also preparing himself with help of his two wives, Java and Siva. The Mall Rats are shocked when they learn how many of their friends have gone missing and have been taken away. Trudy happens to walk by the same barn where Amber is lying in pain. The Mall Rat's realize that now, more than ever, they need to stick together.

UK Air date: 1/5/2002 | Cast | Photos of Episode 1 |

Executive Producer: Raymond Thompson
Production: Geoff Husson, Producer: Declan Eames
Screenplay by David Fox, Directed by Julian McSwiney

Episode 2 (158)

Trudy helps Amber deliver the baby, while Amber is worried about where Bray is. Meanwhile, Bray is being taken away on a Techno truck. Ellie tells Jack that she doesn't need another man in her life after what she went through with Luke. Ebony tries to keep the dream alive, but it seems as if the city kids aren't as daring as they used to be. Trudy finds Bray's ring and cries when realizing that she may never see him. Jay and Ved announce their power to the Mall Rats and Lex ends up getting injured as a lesson. Salene finds a girl and a boy on the streets and brings them back to the Mall and finds the place completely empty. Trudy lies to Amber that Bray temporarily went away. The Mall Rat's return to the Mall and reunite with Salene. Ram, Java and Siva approach the city.

UK Air date: 1/5/2001 | Cast | Photos of Episode 2 |

Executive Producer: Raymond Thompson
Production: Geoff Husson, Producer: Declan Eames
Screenplay by David Fox, Directed by Julian McSwiney

Episode 3 (159)

Salene tends to Lex's wounds. Jack tries to stop Ellie from going to the farm, but she goes anyway. Jay tells Ram that their plans are going well. Trudy informs Amber of seeing the truck carrying people out of the city. Ellie is heartbroken when she doesn't find Alice at the farm and Jack makes things harder when he announces that he is leaving as well. Cloe wants Pride to take over the leadership of the tribe once Ebony is removed from the throne. Ved makes trouble at the casino, but Java stops him from messing with Dee. Lex feels iffy around Mouse and Charlie. Ebony meets with the tribal leaders and Lex wants Ebony to be removed from her position. However, Salene helps Ebony put sense into people. Amber has to deal with the fact that she may never see Bray again. Trudy helps her name the baby. Dee steals a box from Ved's pocket and brings it back to the Mall without realizing that it contains a microphone.

UK Air date: 1/12/2002 | Cast | Photos of Episode 3 |

Executive Producer: Raymond Thompson
Production: Geoff Husson, Producer: Declan Eames
Screenplay by Tony Osborn, Directed by Julian McSwiney

Episode 4 (160)

Ebony and Jack try to figure out what the communicator box is used to for, while Jay expresses his anger over Ved's behavior. Pride doesn't realize that Cloe has a crush on him, while Lex goes a bit too far by realizing that Cloe has turned into a woman. Salene wants to hold a ceremony for the lost friends, something that Tai-San would have done had she been there. Java tries to make Jay discuss himself. Ram is angry at Ved for losing the box. Amber tells Trudy that she wants to return to the Eco Tribe, but Trudy doesn't approve of the idea. Jack thinks he found a weak link in the Techno plans. Cloe's jealousy reaches new heights as she watches Pride and Salene get along. Jack decides to go on a mission with Ebony. Ellie and Jack finally kiss and reunite. The few Mall Rat's hold a ceremony for the friends they lost, while Jack and Ebony depart to the Techno location and try to find out more info. Ebony hides worrying as Jack is taken away by the Technos.

UK Air date: 1/13/2002 | Cast | Photos of Episode 4 |

Executive Producer: Raymond Thompson
Production: Geoff Husson, Producer: Declan Eames
Screenplay by Unknown, Directed by Julian McSwiney

Episode 5 (161)

The Mall Rats are crushed to learn that Jack has been taken away, and Ebony is worried because they all think she might have had something to do with it. Ram is upset at Jay for letting Jack get so close to their operations and reminds him that there is still one person out there that came along with Jack. Salene comforts Ellie. Ellie is convinced that she is the reason that Jack was taken away. Lex is upset when Mouse and Charlie steal Tai-San's crystal. Trudy tries to convince Amber to return to the city with her, but Amber is keen on finding the Eco Tribe. Jay pays Ebony a late night visit with a warning, and Dee sees him exit. Java and Siva suspect Jay might be interested in the mysterious girl. Pride gives Mouse and Charlie a choice to either leave the Mall or stop stealing. Ebony accepts the offer to lead the attack on the Technos. Amber and Trudy finally arrive at the Eco camp only to find it completely empty. They are, however, overjoyed when the tribe members show up. Ebony shows up near the Techno headquarters to talk to Jay.

UK Air date: 1/19/2002 | Cast | Photos of Episode 5 |

Executive Producer: Raymond Thompson
Production: Geoff Husson, Producer: Declan Eames
Screenplay by Charles Hodges, Directed by Julian McSwiney

Episode 6 (162)

Ebony tries to strike a deal with Jay. Java tries to figure out, who the woman is that Jay was talking to. Salene and Lex are planning the raid, while Dee is worried about what Jay and Ebony were talking about the night before. Ellie is still upset over losing her loved ones. Pride charms Cloe into taking care of the kids, but she takes things too seriously by giving him a kiss. Lex admires Salene's strength ever since she returned from her quest. The Mall Rat's walk into a trap. Ram is amused when Jay threatens to kill them all, but Ebony steps up and offers herself instead. After being let go, Pride realizes that something fishy is going on. Cloe leaves a love letter for Pride, but the kids decide to play with it instead. Java and Siva reveal to Ram that Ebony is their sister and that she's dangerous.

UK Air date: 1/20/2002 | Cast | Photos of Episode 6 |

Executive Producer: Raymond Thompson
Production: Geoff Husson, Producer: Declan Eames
Screenplay by Joe Boyle, Directed by Julian McSwiney

Episode 7 (163)

Ellie is irritated when Lex implies that life must go on without their loved ones. Salene and Pride suspect Ebony might have made a deal with the Technos. Siva and Java want to get rid of Ebony before Ram gets too fond of her. Cloe wonders why Pride hasn't read her letter, while the kids continue trashing the Mall out of fun. Ebony makes a speech about cooperation with the Technos and the city decides to stand by her decision. Salene tries to comfort Ellie. Lex reluctantly agrees to have Dee as his deputy. Dee gets him out of trouble with two Technos. Pride finds the letter that Cloe left for him and is forced to tell her that he doesn't feel the same way about her. Siva follows Ebony through the city and gives her a paper that Jay supposedly sent to her. Ebony doesn't recognize her sister.

UK Air date: 1/26/2002 | Cast | Photos of Episode 7 |

Executive Producer: Raymond Thompson
Production: Geoff Husson, Producer: Declan Eames
Screenplay by Andy Smith, Directed by Julian McSwiney

Episode 8 (164)

Selene is worried about the mall's dwindling food supply. She asks Ellie if she is taking extra food, but Ellie reveals she has been so depressed she hasn't been able to bring herself to eat in days. Java and Siva decide to pay their sister a visit. Cloe is depressed after Ved plays with her feelings. Ellie still won't eat and after reflecting on all she's lost goes up to the roof with the intent to jump. Mouse and her brother manage to convince her not to. Java and Siva are foiled in their attempt to get even with Ebony, as Jay saves her. Ram makes Java and Siva Ebony's bodyguards.

UK Air date: 1/27/2002 | Cast | Photos of Episode 8 |

Executive Producer: Raymond Thompson
Production: Geoff Husson, Producer: Declan Eames
Screenplay by Anthony Read, Directed by Janet Stubbings

Episode 9 (165)

Salene is surprised when the boy speaks, but both kids refuse to say what their names are. They mention Ellie almost jumping from the roof and Salene talks to her about her pain. Lex witnesses a fight between Ebony, Java and Siva that is stooped by Ram and Jay. Java and Siva are irritated when Ram insists on having them protect Ebony. Lex and Dee destroy the trading market to get more food. Cloe feels hurt after what Ved had done to her. Salene and Pride try to trick the kids into revealing their names. Ved brings in various people that have tried to attack him, but Jay prevents him from making another mistake. Java tells Jay about their history with Ebony. Pride tells Salene that he feels useless in the city and that he's going to have to do something about it. Dee and Cloe decide to go up against Ved together. A mysterious intruder leaves a bomb inside Ebony's place.

UK Air date: 2/2/2002 | Cast | Photos of Episode 9 |

Executive Producer: Raymond Thompson
Production: Geoff Husson, Producer: Declan Eames
Screenplay by Tony Osborn, Directed by Janet Stubbings

Episode 10 (166)

The bomb continues to tick. Ebony is worried when the Technos decide to move into her hotel. Java forces Siva to stay at the casino with her. Jay learns that there's a bomb in the hotel and manages to stop it. Ram wants the culprit found. Dee informs the Mall Rats of the Techno's location change. Pride informs Salene that he intends to stay in the Mall. Salene is worried that Pride might have had something to do with the bomb. Mouse and Charlie finally admit their names to Salene. Siva worries that Java could have wanted to waste their sister. Ebony has 24 hours to find the culprit and decides to put Lex on the job. Cloe and Dee trick Ved into meeting Cloe at the casino. Ved is humiliated when he finds himself in nothing but a diaper at the casino.

UK Air date: 2/3/2002 | Cast | Photos of Episode 10 |

Executive Producer: Raymond Thompson
Production: Geoff Husson, Producer: Declan Eames
Screenplay by Tony Osborn, Directed by Janet Stubbings

Episode 11 (167)

Ebony is convinced that her sisters had something to do with the bomb. Dee tries to bring order to the city, as the Technos watch. Pride goes to a meeting with other tribal leaders. Java and Siva claim they had nothing to do with planting the bomb. Ved goes to see Cloe to get revenge for what she had done to him, but instead she impresses him with her cool attitude and he asks her out on a date. Ram allows Lex to continue as the sheriff and figure out who tried to kill Ebony. Ellie tells Charlie and Mouse that she lost her passion for writing. Mouse and Charlie confide in Ellie about their past. Salene is worried that Pride could have wanted to hurt Ebony. Lex wants to question him, but Pride refuses to speak. Ram makes it clear to Java that she could have easily tried to kill her sister. Dee finds the hotel key in Pride's room and Lex uses it as evidence that Pride tried to kill Ebony. Ebony receives a new threat.

UK Air date: 2/9/2002 | Cast | Photos of Episode 11 |

Executive Producer: Raymond Thompson
Production: Geoff Husson, Producer: Declan Eames
Screenplay by David Fox, Directed by Janet Stubbings

Episode 12 (168)

Ram is happy that Pride was caught. Ebony is convinced that Pride had nothing to do with the bomb. Ellie continues acting strange as she remembers the times she spent with Jack. Ebony finds Ram's program room for the first time. Ram prepares a lie detector that proves that Java wasn't the one that set up Ebony, and neither is Ved. Pride tells Salene that he didn't have anything to do with the bomb and that he was out working on a resistance movement with the other tribal leaders. Dee is jealous when Siva rescues Lex from a local bully. Java thinks Jay has a crush on her. Salene tells Cloe that she isn't dating Pride. Ram tells Ebony that he will find the culprit himself. With Java's and Siva's help, Ram finally catches the culprit as she tries to attack Ebony again. Ebony is shocked to find out it's Ellie.

UK Air date: 2/10/2002 | Cast | Photos of Episode 12 |

Executive Producer: Raymond Thompson
Production: Geoff Husson, Producer: Declan Eames
Screenplay by David Fox, Directed by Janet Stubbings

Episode 13 (169)

The Technos burst through the Mall looking for Ellie's computer. Ellie admits to having planted the bomb in the hotel. Lex refuses to show sympathy for Ellie. Jay tries to learn more about Ebony's past. Java, Siva and Ebony manage to make a deal. Salene worries about bringing food to Ellie, while Mouse and Charlie embark on a journey of their own to find food. Ellie writes Jack a goodbye letter in case she never sees him again. Lex tries to impress Siva, but she doesn't want him near her. Ellie tells the Technos that Ebony will try to destroy them in the end. Ram gives Ebony the power to delete Ellie, only to learn that he was playing a trick. Jay tells Ellie that he will bring her to Jack. The Mall Rat's bid farewell to Ellie. Pride and Salene kiss.

UK Air date: 2/16/2002 | Cast | Photos of Episode 13 |

Executive Producer: Raymond Thompson
Production: Geoff Husson, Producer: Declan Eames
Screenplay by Charles Hodges, Directed by Janet Stubbings

Episode 14 (170)

Siva excuses herself from her job claiming to have a migraine. Ved does amazing work on Ram's new software. Ram is pleased. Pride says too much to Salene. Ebony joins Dee while she tries to work on the streets, but they meet resistance from Ebony haters. Siva disguises herself and goes to meet Lex, who has prepared a special place for them. Ved asks Cloe out on a date and tries to make the Technos look better by mentioning that Ellie was taken to see Jack. Pride and Salene agree to be friends. Cloe gets the wrong conclusion when she sees them kissing and decides to go on a date with Ved after all. Lex tries to find out more about Ram from Siva, but she refuses to tell Lex much. Java thinks something might be going on between Jay and Ebony. Ved and Cloe kiss. Pride warns Cloe not to hang around Ved, but Cloe won't talk to him. Ram happily invites Java and Siva to join him on a test-drive of the program Ved developed.

UK Air date: 2/17/2002 | Cast | Photos of Episode 14 |

Executive Producer: Raymond Thompson
Production: Geoff Husson, Producer: Declan Eames
Screenplay by Charles Hodges, Directed by Colin McColl

Episode 15 (171)

Lex is having problems with his teeth. The Mall Rats are surprised by the food that they receive from the Technos. Pride refuses to eat it. Mouse catches a real mouse. Cloe tries to confide in Dee. Ram is angry at Jay for giving out their supply of energy bars to the people of the city. Salene and Pride go out to find herbs for Lex's tooth and when they start to get romantic, Mouse surprises them by showing up. Siva and Lex meet for another romantic encounter. Ram requests to see Siva and Java and has no idea where Siva is. Siva lies saying that she was at the gym, and Java knows that it isn't true, but she doesn't say anything. Jay is angry at Ved for getting close to Cloe.

UK Air date: 2/23/2002 | Cast | Photos of Episode 15 |

Executive Producer: Raymond Thompson
Production: Geoff Husson, Producer: Declan Eames
Screenplay by Marie MacNeil, Directed by Colin McColl

Episode 16 (172)

Lex isn't able to go on a patrol due to his toothache. Dee learns about the secret deals Lex made with the market traders. Ram isn't happy to learn that Ebony and Jay went out to make deals with the farmers for more food. Pride continues snooping. Ram wants Ebony to stay away from Jay. Dee tries to help out Lex with his tooth problems only to end up making things worse. Lex is forced to cancel his plans with Siva due to an extreme amount of pain. Ram is worried about where Siva might be. Jay isn't a big fan of the virtual world, while his brother seems to be on a roll. Pride learns a lot about the Techno power station. Lex returns to the Mall and collapses.

UK Air date: 2/24/2002 | Cast | Photos of Episode 16 |

Executive Producer: Raymond Thompson
Production: Geoff Husson, Producer: Declan Eames
Screenplay by James Wyllie, Directed by Colin McColl

Episode 17 (173)

While Lex's health takes a turn for the worse, Siva wonders why she isn't able to reach her lover. Salene seems excited about the possibility of bringing electricity back into the city, while Pride is sure it's only going to make things worse. Ved brings a gift to Cloe. Pride makes his thoughts clear to Jay. Salene asks Ebony to help find antibiotics for Lex. Ebony asks both Jay and Ram separately, but they both refuse to give her any, while Siva is surprised to learn that Lex could die. Pride continues snooping around the power station. Ram watches as Ebony and Jay spend some quality time together before getting interrupted by a jealous Java. Siva breaks into the room containing medicine to help out Lex, unaware that Ram put up extra cameras inside.

UK Air date: 3/2/2002 | Cast | Photos of Episode 17 |

Executive Producer: Raymond Thompson
Production: Geoff Husson, Producer: Declan Eames
Screenplay by Joe Boyle, Directed by Colin McColl

Episode 18 (174)

Ebony gives Lex the antibiotics Siva stole from Ram's private room. Pride goes through the power station details in an effort to stop whatever the Technos plan is. Ved helps out Cloe and Mouse, and uses the chance to arrange a date with Cloe. Dee and Salene realize that someone gave Lex the antibiotics. Pride breaks into the power station. Ram plays a game of blame in front of Java and Siva by saying that Ebony must have stolen his medication. Siva keeps quiet as Ebony admits it and protects her sister. Ram decides to let Ebony go without a punishment. Siva thanks Ebony for keeping her secret safe. The city gathers as Ram prepares to turn the electricity on. Pride attempts to mess with the station, but ends up being discovered and forced to run. Jay runs after Pride and begs Ram to stop the plans, but Ram doesn't respond. Siva goes to see Lex and he gives her a present. Cloe asks Ved to be patient with her. They are both almost discovered by the Technos. Ram flips the switch on and the city is overjoyed to have electricity back. However, Pride and Jay end up being knocked out by the power.

UK Air date: 3/3/2002 | Cast | Photos of Episode 18 |

Executive Producer: Raymond Thompson
Production: Geoff Husson, Producer: Declan Eames
Screenplay by Joe Boyle, Directed by Colin McColl

Episode 19 (175)

Pride and Jay are electrocuted by the fence. Ram is overjoyed by his latest success. Pride helps Jay regain consciousness. Mouse meets a new friend named Sammy and they end up making trouble with electric appliances. Ebony tends to Jay's wounds. Jay is disappointed when Ram doesn't seem to care about his well-being. Cloe is standoffish with Ved. Ram tricks Siva into joining him in virtual reality where he ends up getting his revenge for Siva's betrayal. Java is hurt by Ebony's and Jay's budding friendship. Pride admits to Salene that he saved Jay even though he's the enemy. The Mall Rat's discover the fire inside the Mall and manage to stop it before it spreads. Trudy suddenly appears and informs them that Amber has been kidnapped by the Technos.

UK Air date: 3/9/2002 | Cast | Photos of Episode 19 |

Executive Producer: Raymond Thompson
Production: Geoff Husson, Producer: Declan Eames
Screenplay by Joe Boyle, Directed by Colin McColl

Episode 20 (176)

Jay and Ebony can't keep their attraction for each other a secret anymore. Ebony is curious as to how many girls Jay had before her. Cloe reveals to the Mall Rats that she knows where Amber might be held hostage. Ved proudly rides through the city as the citizens celebrate the return of electricity. Siva explains to Lex that Ram caught on to her, and him that they will have to be more careful. Jay thanks Pride for saving his life. Mouse and Sammy try to have some fun, but it backfires on them. Trudy and Lex bicker about their past experiences. Ram forces Ebony to join him in virtual reality where she is surprised to find Amber as a part of the game. Java catches Siva and Lex together and asks Siva to break it off with Lex immediately. Trudy, Salene, Pride, Dee and Lex find the location of the lab and are stunned to find Amber being used as a test subject.

UK Air date: 3/10/2002 | Cast | Photos of Episode 20 |

Executive Producer: Raymond Thompson
Production: Geoff Husson, Producer: Declan Eames
Screenplay by Joe Boyle, Directed by Colin McColl

Episode 21 (177)

Ram is furious over losing his test subjects. The Mall Rat's bring Amber and the rest of the test subjects back to the Mall where they slowly have to adapt to a normal life, and it isn't an easy task. Ebony doesn't know how to react to Ram's proposal. Siva is being followed on her way to the love shack. Jay is angry at Ram for not letting him know about the secret project. Lex wants to trade some of the test subjects in exchange for the friends they lost, but the rest of the Mall Rats don't agree. Ved and Siva are shocked when Ram deletes one of his security guards in front of them. Sammy and Mouse come across tapes of old movies. Lex is surprised to find Java at the love shack. She warns him to stay away from her sister. Ram apologizes to Jay. Mouse and Sammy watch an old horror movie which brings a scared Amber out. Lex reveals to Ebony that Trudy and Amber are back, so Ebony decides to go see them at the Mall.

UK Air date: 3/16/2002 | Cast | Photos of Episode 21 |

Executive Producer: Raymond Thompson
Production: Geoff Husson, Producer: Declan Eames
Screenplay by Andy Smith, Directed by Costa Botes

Episode 22 (178)

Ebony tries to make it clear to the Mall Rats that she isn't working for the Technos. Trudy tries to reassure Ebony that nobody is after her. Jay and Ebony visit the secret place where Amber was used as a test subject, but this time around Ram has already asked Ved to bring in fake people to pretend like it's a happy place. Siva tells Lex that they need to end their relationship. Amber reveals to the others how horrible it was being part of the game. Ram gives Ebony more time to think about his marriage proposal. Siva tells Java that she dumped Lex. Ebony tells Jay that the Mall Rats were the people responsible for freeing the test subjects. Cloe and Ved spend quality time together. Java sees Lex leaving Siva's room. Jay comes to see Amber to learn more about Ram's game. Java reports to Ram that some of their computers have been stolen. Lex arrives at his love shack to find it stashed with computers. Java followed him there with Techno guards setting Lex up.

UK Air date: 3/17/2002 | Cast | Photos of Episode 22 |

Executive Producer: Raymond Thompson
Production: Geoff Husson, Producer: Declan Eames
Screenplay by David Fox, Directed by Costa Botes

Episode 23 (179)

Mouse and Sammy lie to Pride about the reason they're taking stuff away. They end up at the trade market. Lex is now under arrest, and Java tries to make a deal with him. Ram wants Ebony to give him an answer to his proposal. Trudy and Amber want to return to the Ecos, but Pride asks them to stay awhile and makes a plea to the other tribal leaders. Amber and Pride try to convince them to fight against the Technos, but the meeting doesn't go as planned. Salene confides in Trudy about her insecurities with Pride. Java is disappointed when Siva asks her to help Lex. Dee learns about Siva's relationship with Lex and agrees to keep it quiet. Jay lies to Ram about his relationship with Ebony. Amber decides to stay at the Mall. Ved surprised Ram by suggesting that they should use Lex as the guinea pig for their next project. Salene and Trudy are disappointed to learn of Sammy's and Mouse's latest scheme. Ebony admits to Jay that Ram asked her to marry him. Ved informs Lex of his intentions.

UK Air date: 3/23/2002 | Cast | Photos of Episode 23 |

Executive Producer: Raymond Thompson
Production: Geoff Husson, Producer: Declan Eames
Screenplay by Charles Hodges, Directed by Costa Botes

Episode 24 (180)

Dee makes it clear to market traders that she is now in charge. Amber lets Salene know that she will never be anything more than friends with Pride. Dee is disappointed when the Mall Rat's seem not to care about Lex. Java helps Ebony come up with a reason to postpone having to give Ram an answer to his proposal. Ved brings Jay into the virtual world, where Jay is surprised to find Amber. He confides in Amber about it. Cloe has fun with Ved and later brings Sammy and Mouse into it as well. Dee and Trudy are upset over Cloe's constant change of personality and the influence Ved has over her. Ebony confronts Jay about his visits to Amber, but he explains that he has nothing to do with Amber. Ram and Ved force Lex to enter the virtual world, where Lex ends up getting beat up.

UK Air date: 3/24/2002 | Cast | Photos of Episode 24 |

Executive Producer: Raymond Thompson
Production: Geoff Husson, Producer: Declan Eames
Screenplay by Marie MacNeill, Directed by Costa Botes

Episode 25 (181)

CityNet is being promoted throughout the city. Mouse and Sammy are infatuated with the network even before it starts airing, and Pride is upset that nobody is ready to listen to him. Ved lets Siva know that Lex's experience in the game is about to get worse, and Siva informs Dee about it. Salene is upset when Amber decides to stay until some of the problems in the city are resolved. Ebony, Dee and Jay confront Ram about torturing Lex, but Ram makes it seem like Lex is having fun. Siva tries to help out Lex, but he seems to be falling under the influence of the digital world. Ebony threatens to reveal Jay's talks with Amber to Ram, but backs out at the last minute. Cloe tells Ved that she could be pregnant and he cuts all ties with her.

UK Air date: 3/30/2002 | Cast | Photos of Episode 25 |

Executive Producer: Raymond Thompson
Production: Geoff Husson, Producer: Declan Eames
Screenplay by James Wyllie, Directed by Costa Botes

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Episode 26 (182)

Lex wants more time to get better before his big fight. Cloe is hurt after being dumped by Ved. Dee offers her support after Cloe learns that she isn't pregnant after all. Pride learns that Amber will never see him as more than just a friend. He goes to see Salene and compliments her for her caring nature. Amber and Trudy can't wait to return to their babies. Dee confronts Ved about his attitude towards Cloe. Siva asks Java to go easy on Lex. Lex learns that his fight won't exactly be all virtual, meaning that if he loses he will die in real life. The entire city watches as Lex wins the fight, but is surprised when it leads into a new fight, this time with Java. Using computer manipulation, Lex loses the fight and it is up to Ram to decide if Lex will die or live.

UK Air date: 3/31/2002 | Cast | Photos of Episode 26 |

Executive Producer: Raymond Thompson
Production: Geoff Husson, Producer: Declan Eames
Screenplay by Anthony Read, Directed by Costa Botes

Episode 27 (183)

Ram makes it seem as if Lex is a celebrity, and Lex begins enjoying every minute of it. Amber works on her plan against CityNet. Jay is worried that Ved will eventually become his enemy. Java is angry that Lex is free, but Ram reassures her. Siva and Lex agree to meet, but Lex's celebrity status comes in their way. Mouse and Sammy decide to cash in on Lex's popularity. Ebony urges Jay to go against Ram, but Jay refuses. Amber persuades Cloe to work with her against the Technos. Cloe gets Ved drunk and finds out confidential information. Lex and Ved end up in fight with Lex as the winner. Sammy volunteers to go snooping through the Techno's labs.

UK Air date: 4/6/2002 | Cast | Photos of Episode 27 |

Executive Producer: Raymond Thompson
Production: Geoff Husson, Producer: Declan Eames
Screenplay by Tony Osborn, Directed by Murray Keane

Episode 28 (184)

Sammy manages to film the people being tortured in Ram's virtual world. Amber wants Pride to contact someone to help them broadcast what they found. He brings Patch, to help out the team. Siva and Lex spend some quality time together, but it seems as if Lex isn't ready to put his flirting with other girls away. Jay is anxious to start building the hospital he always wanted, but Ram doesn't want to discuss it. Lex starts dressing like a celebrity and ends up doing an interview on CityNet. Cloe and Ved confess their feelings for each other. The rebels manage to hack into Ram's server and interrupt the broadcast. Amber makes a plea to the entire city to fight against the Technos, but Ram ends up cutting her off and using her image to confuse people. Amber and Trudy escape from the city, as Java and Jay find the place where the broadcast was held and only find the CD. Pride gives Jay a copy, and Jay finally realizes what Ram is all about.

UK Air date: 4/7/2002 | Cast | Photos of Episode 28 |

Executive Producer: Raymond Thompson
Production: Geoff Husson, Producer: Declan Eames
Screenplay by Tony Osborn, Directed by Murray Keane

Episode 29 (185)

The Mall Rat's work hard on covering up their involvement in the breach of Ram's program. They are worried that the city might have believed what fake Amber had told on CityNet, but it seems as if the city kids are starting not to trust the Technos. Ved realizes that Cloe got him drunk and manipulated him into revealing the password. Jay promises to Ebony that they will be together. Patch produces anti-Techno posters. Dee asks Patch to join the Mall Rats. Ebony rejects Ram's proposal and leaves him to sulk in virtual reality. Salene gives Sammy time to heal after what he saw in the secret lab. Kandy tempts Lex. Java tries to get the Mall Rats to confess working with Amber, but everyone denies it. Ved is almost deleted by the city kids until Dee comes to his rescue. Cloe swears to Ved that she had nothing to do with his password problem. Ebony messes with Ram's program, putting him in a state of frenzy. He takes out his anger on his underlings. Jay and Ebony promise the Mall Rats that they will work together to take down Ram. Siva finds Lex in bed with Kandy.

UK Air date: 4/13/2002 | Cast | Photos of Episode 29 |

Executive Producer: Raymond Thompson
Production: Geoff Husson, Producer: Declan Eames
Screenplay by David Fox, Directed by Murray Keane

Episode 30 (186)

Salene, Pride and Mouse attempt to put up anti-Techno posters, but are worried when the Technos turn those into pro-Techno posters. Ram dresses up a Techno into a Mozzie and makes her paint the rebels as evil. Jay asks Patch to release a virus into Ram's system. Ved introduces Cloe to virtual reality, but Jay rescues her from the influence. Java reveals to Ram that Ebony won't marry him because she's in love with Jay. Siva refuses to forgive Lex after catching him in bed with Kandy. She uses Lex's next fight as revenge and beats the champion at kick boxing, putting Ram through misery and Lex out on the street. Java pays off Kandy for doing exactly what she wanted. The virus finally eats up Ram's system, and he makes one last effort to beat the rebels by turning off the power in the entire city.

UK Air date: 4/14/2002 | Cast | Photos of Episode 30 |

Executive Producer: Raymond Thompson
Production: Geoff Husson, Producer: Declan Eames
Screenplay by Charles Hodges, Directed by Murray Keane

Episode 31 (187)

The city is angry about the power outage and the Technos blame the rebels. Ram intentionally sends Ebony to make peace and she ends up getting stoned. Feeling like that she's inadequate in the position, Ram fires Ebony as the city leader and asks other tribes to present their candidates for the position. Lex is angry now that his celebrity status has vanished. Patch tries to help out Dee, but makes things worse. Ram tells Ebony that he still wants to marry her. Java suggests that Ram should hit Ebony in her weak spot, love. Cloe and Ved become closer. Salene wants to be a candidate for city leader. Ram uses the computer version of Amber and makes it seem as if she was in love with Jay. Foolish Ebony falls for his trick. Java kicks out Lex who tries to get one last chance to be famous. Ram surprise the city by giving them running water.

UK Air date: 4/20/2002 | Cast | Photos of Episode 31 |

Executive Producer: Raymond Thompson
Production: Geoff Husson, Producer: Declan Eames
Screenplay by Joe Boyle, Directed by Murray Keane

Episode 32 (188)

The city is overjoyed after the Technos have provided running water. Ebony is keen on forgetting about Jay after being fooled by Ram into thinking he had a relationship with Amber. Salene is happy when the city chooses her as the city leader, without realizing that Ram rigged the results thinking that Salene would be the easiest to handle. Salene goes to meet Ram and has a list of demands. Lex is disappointed when Salene promotes Dee to sheriff and gives him a lower rank. Siva gives Ebony advice regarding men and it seems as if Ebony has changed her mind regarding Jay. However, after hearing Jay's talk with Pride about Amber, Ebony is convinced that it's over between them. The Technos put the blame for electricity outage on three innocent kids and have them face their punishment in virtual reality. Siva forgives Lex after sharing a few drinks at the casino. Patch impresses Dee after seeing Siva and Lex together. Ebony accepts Ram's proposal, with strings attached.

UK Air date: 4/21/2002 | Cast | Photos of Episode 32 |

Executive Producer: Raymond Thompson
Production: Geoff Husson, Producer: Declan Eames
Screenplay by Marie McNeill, Directed by Murray Keane

Episode 33 (189)

Salene is upset that her new position doesn't really mean anything to anyone. Ram informs his people of his upcoming wedding to Ebony, and asks Jay to be his best man. Salene wants Patch and Dee to run their news on CityNet. Cloe seems to be hooked on virtual reality. Lex asks Dee to let Siva know he wants to see her, but Siva doesn't respond to his plea. Jay is disappointed in Ebony's thirst for power. Ram asks Salene to officiate the wedding ceremony. Pride ends up in trouble when he starts badmouthing Ram to the city. Ram and Ebony get married. Siva runs to Lex's arms claiming she no longer wants to be a Techno. Pride is caught and brought into virtual reality where Ram decides to have some fun with him.

UK Air date: 4/27/2002 | Cast | Photos of Episode 33 |

Executive Producer: Raymond Thompson
Production: Geoff Husson, Producer: Declan Eames
Screenplay by Anthony Read, Directed by Murray Keane

Episode 34 (190)

Ved wakes up Pride, who is now under the influence of the game, and drags him back to the Mall, where Salene is stunned to find him so out of touch with reality. Lex comes up with a great place to hide Siva from Ram. Siva isn't thrilled when he brings her to Alice's old farm. Dee isn't pleased to learn that she'll have to read Techno propaganda on TV. Ebony won't talk to Jay. Sammy and Mouse decide to get scanned. Lex asks Ebony to convince Ram to let go of Siva. Ram agrees, but refuses to forgive. Jay is pleased when Ram promises to build the hospital now that their plan is going through. A city kid attempts to stop the scanning process, but the Technos shut him up. Salene and Jay rush to save Pride when they realize he went up on the roof.

UK Air date: 4/28/2002 | Cast | Photos of Episode 34 |

Executive Producer: Raymond Thompson
Production: Geoff Husson, Producer: Declan Eames
Screenplay by James Wyllie, Directed by Ian Mune

Episode 35 (191)

Salene and Jay prevent Pride from jumping off the roof. Cloe wants to be one of the first people to play the game. Siva asks Lex to take her back to the Mall. Ved is confused when Cloe seems to have disappeared in the game. May appears in the game and fights to find the key to win the game. Salene, Dee and Jay are disappointed when their hospital plans don't work out as much as they'd like to. Ram thinks of giving Ebony more power. Siva makes Sammy and Mouse her servants, which causes Salene to flip out on Siva to start changing her attitude if she wants to stay at the Mall. Jay tries to get information out of Java, who seems to have gotten drunk. Ram reminds Ved that he is nothing without him. Ved realizes Cloe is gone. May finally wins the game.

UK Air date: 5/4/2002 | Cast | Photos of Episode 35 |

Executive Producer: Raymond Thompson
Production: Geoff Husson, Producer: Declan Eames
Screenplay by Tony Osborn, Directed by Ian Mune

Episode 36 (192)

Siva is having hard time dealing with life at the Mall, and nobody is trying to make it easier for her. Lex suggests she should do something nice for the Mall Rats. Ram won't accept bad work from Ved. He is upset when Ebony catches a cold. Jay brings a sick girl to the hospital, where Patch is working non-stop to care for the people in need. Mouse and Sammy decide to get scanned for the game. Ved is worried about Cloe's absence. Jay agrees to have a dinner date with Java, but disappoints her when he shows up a few hours too late. Mouse is angry at Sammy for destroying her in the game, and she discusses it over dinner. Salene is upset to learn that Cloe hasn't returned from the game yet. Siva tries to make dinner, but it ends up getting burnt. May shows up at the Mall in bad condition. Jay is relieved when the sick girl shows signs of improvement. Ved challenges Ram to a duel in reality space for Cloe, and Ram wants it to be a real game, with real-life consequences. Mouse finds Siva's zapper and goes for revenge on Sammy.

UK Air date: 5/5/2002 | Cast | Photos of Episode 36 |

Executive Producer: Raymond Thompson
Production: Geoff Husson, Producer: Declan Eames
Screenplay by Tony Osborn, Directed by Ian Mune

Episode 37 (193)

Pride fights to keep his illness under control, while May is having difficulty telling the difference between real life and the game. Ebony is angry at Ved and Ram for fighting in virtual reality. Mouse takes the zapper to get revenge on Sammy, and Siva prevents her in the last minute from using it. Pride gets angry at Mouse for getting into trouble. Patch wants more medication for the hospital. Salene goes to ask Ebony for more, but is unable to get any. Ved and Ram fight in virtual reality, with Ram getting the upper hand. Salene takes Ved to the hospital. Ram wants to see Ebony even though she's sick. Java is upset over how much attention Ebony is getting. Pride sneaks off after the fight and goes to play the game.

UK Air date: 5/11/2002 | Cast | Photos of Episode 37 |

Executive Producer: Raymond Thompson
Production: Geoff Husson, Producer: Declan Eames
Screenplay by Anthony Read, Directed by Ian Mune

Episode 38 (194)

Ram decides to put the people of the city to work to earn their chance to play the game. Salene is worried when Pride arrives to bed late. Jay wants Ved to stop being Ram's servant, and Ved decides to think about it. Ginny thanks Jay for helping her out. Pride ends up getting attacked by members of the blue team. Ram decides to let Ved stay. Ved's ego is hurt, but he decides to stay with the Technos. Ram puts Jay through a final test. Sammy and Mouse end up working to gain credits. Pride lies to Salene that he's acting strange because of May. Jay refuses to do Ram's work and resigns from his position. Ram's health seems to be in danger. Jay runs out before getting caught.

UK Air date: 5/12/2002 | Cast | Photos of Episode 38 |

Executive Producer: Raymond Thompson
Production: Geoff Husson, Producer: Declan Eames
Screenplay by James Wyllie, Directed by Ian Mune

Episode 39 (195)

Mouse and Sammy are forced to work shoveling coal at the power plant to get credits for the game. Salene is worried about Mouse's whereabouts. Pride runs out of credits again and worries about where to find them until he spies on Lex trading with a Techno. Dee almost ends up getting hurt in a fight between the red and blue teams. Sammy and Mouse are sad when kids steal their credits. Lex is jealous of Siva's and Jay's conversations. Ebony is shocked when Ved reveals how he can control what people do in virtual reality. She digs up the CD that Ram made of Amber and Jay kissing and realizes she's been set up. Mouse won't tell Salene where she had been the entire day. Ginny volunteers to help out at the hospital, only to find it trashed. Jay realizes he has to leave the city. Java talks to a copy of herself on the computer. Ebony stops Jay before leaving.

UK Air date: 5/18/2002 | Cast | Photos of Episode 39 |

Executive Producer: Raymond Thompson
Production: Geoff Husson, Producer: Declan Eames
Screenplay by Marie McNeill, Directed by Ian Mune

Episode 40 (196)

May seems to have recovered, but actually she's still hooked on the game. Ebony and Jay make up after they watch the DVD together. Java is distraught over how bad Ram's condition is. The Mall Rat's decide to have the hospital inside the Mall. Patch and Dee ask Java for more medical supplies, but she rejects them. Java won't let Ebony see Ram. The Mall Rats embark on a mission to steal medical supplies that are on the way to the Techno headquarters. Salene and the others are shocked when they see how angry Pride has become. Lex recognizes it as a sign of virtual reality sickness, and Pride threatens him. Java wants Patch to help Ram get better.

UK Air date: 5/19/2002 | Cast | Photos of Episode 40 |

Executive Producer: Raymond Thompson
Production: Geoff Husson, Producer: Declan Eames
Screenplay by Joe Boyle, Directed by Costa Botes

Episode 41 (197)

Java is upset when Ram can't respond to her pleas to hold her hand. Patch is worried because Ram's future lies in his hands. The fight between the colors continue, and Pride continues showing signs of violence. Java works on making the Technos believe that Ram is occupied, but Ebony and Ved know something is wrong. Pride tries to pressure Siva into doing something she doesn't want. Lex reveals to Siva that Pride is experiencing virtual reality sickness, and they agree that Salene needs to know. Pride reveals to Salene that Mouse had been working at the power plant to get credits for the game. An upset Mouse is forced to hand over her credits. Ebony asks Mega, another Techno, for advice on Ram's situation. Ved learns of Ram's condition. Mouse goes to play the game with hidden credits and is surprised to see Pride and May playing the game. May threatens Mouse to keep quiet, but Mouse reveals to Salene what has been going on, and an angry Salene destroys Pride's computer equipment. Ebony and Jay realize that Ram's message on CityNet is just computer manipulation. Ved tells Java that he plans to visit Ram in virtual reality to find out the name of the medicine he needs.

UK Air date: 5/25/2002 | Cast | Photos of Episode 41 |

Executive Producer: Raymond Thompson
Production: Geoff Husson, Producer: Declan Eames
Screenplay by Charles Hodges, Directed by Costa Botes

Episode 42 (198)

Pride and May apologize to the Mall Rats for their behavior, and Pride suggests removing all headsets from the Mall so they will not be tempted. Siva cheers up Mouse with a pair of earrings. Dee confronts Salene about jumping to aid everyone except Patch, who is still missing. Ebony learns that Patch is being kept in a room at the hotel and she goes to ask him questions regarding Ram. Ved enters Ram's virtual reality and tries to convince him to fight for his life. He's stunned by the world that Ram has created for himself. Lex is irritated when Siva accidentally shrinks his clothes. Salene realizes her earrings are missing and she thinks Mouse might have wanted to have her revenge. Mouse swears she didn't steal them. Meanwhile, Pride and May have traded the earrings for more game credits. Jay suggests a plan to take over the Technos, and Ebony is worried. Jay persuades a group of Technos that Ram is dead until Ram himself arrives and wants Jay arrested.

UK Air date: 5/26/2002 | Cast | Photos of Episode 42 |

Executive Producer: Raymond Thompson
Production: Geoff Husson, Producer: Declan Eames
Screenplay by Charles Hodges, Directed by Costa Botes

Episode 43 (199)

Patch manages to escape, but Jay ends up captured by the Technos. Ginny reports to Dee that medical supplies are missing from the hospital, and Dee realizes Siva might be involved. Siva is insulted when the Mall Rat's accuse her of stealing stuff and she decides to leave, but Lex prevents her. Lex accuses Pride of stealing, but Pride denies when Salene questions him about it. Java is worried when Ram believes Ebony. Ram decides to let the city play the game for free, and soon he starts encouraging them to turn real life into a game. Pride continues his addiction, and May is now keen on destroying Pride. Jay is surprised when Ram decides to let him go, but is unaware of the danger.

UK Air date: 6/1/2002 | Cast | Photos of Episode 43 |

Executive Producer: Raymond Thompson
Production: Geoff Husson, Producer: Declan Eames
Screenplay by Tony Osborn, Directed by Costa Botes

Episode 44 (200)

Patch thinks the man that killed Jay in the game is very familiar, while others don't know what to think, and Salene herself wonders if it is Pride. Jay is being hunted down by people in the city, while Ram is worried because he isn't able to see what's going on all the time. Ginny saves Jay and offers him a place to hide, only to end up trying to delete him, but Jay runs away before she can. Salene finds the stolen medicine in Pride's pockets. Ved and Siva agree to work together to help find Jay. Mouse is convinced that Dee has feelings for Patch, while Sammy and Patch discuss girls. The Mall is being invaded by members of different color groups, and Ram is mad when they start fighting each other instead of chasing down Jay. Pride is about to delete Jay when Jay reminds him of what he used to be. Salene and Lex are relieved when Pride reveals that Jay is okay, and May is disappointed in Pride. Ram is angry when Ebony disappears from the hotel. She chases down Jay and they intentionally kiss in front of cameras.

UK Air date: 6/2/2002 | Cast | Photos of Episode 44 |

Executive Producer: Raymond Thompson
Production: Geoff Husson, Producer: Declan Eames
Screenplay by David Fox, Directed by Costa Botes

Episode 45 (201)

Ram is mad watching Ebony and Jay kiss. Java is worried when Ram retreats into the virtual world. Pride finds Ebony and Jay and leads them to safety. The Mall Rat's walk into a trap when the blue and red teams fight for Jay. Siva comes to their rescue. Ram tries to spend time with a virtual version of Ebony, but her incompetence upsets Ram. Patch and Dee act weird around each other, neither being able to admit they have feelings for the other. Ved tells Java that he wants to build a game that won't rely on violence. Pride and May try to apologize to the Mall Rats, but they aren't ready to listen this time around. Mouse doesn't want to play the game anymore. Pride buys back Salene's earrings and brings them back to their owner. Pride heads out during the danger when the Mall Rat's realize Mouse is missing.

UK Air date: 6/8/2002 | Cast | Photos of Episode 45 |

Executive Producer: Raymond Thompson
Production: Geoff Husson, Producer: Declan Eames
Screenplay by Bevin Linkhorn, Directed by Costa Botes

Episode 46 (202)

Pride saves Mouse before the curfew guard catches on to them. Ebony and Jay hide at Alice's old farm. Ram is curious when he finds Mega working on a program. He learns that Ved found out about Ram's plans while Ram was in virtual reality. Java explains Ved's intentions and Ram is intrigued. Ebony and Jay spend the night talking about their plans for the future. Ram finds Ebony's jacket and decides to send dogs after her. Pride won't discuss his past relationship with May, while Salene won't talk to Pride for breaching her confidence. Patch can't come up with enough courage to tell Dee about how he feels. Siva wants to help Mouse read. Ebony and Jay run after they hear the dogs approaching and they are forced to put on scarecrow outfits to prevent the dogs from tracing them. Mega tells Java that he heard a rumor about Ram permanently situating himself inside virtual reality. Java confronts Ram and breaks down upon hearing that it's true. Ebony and Jay run to the forest, where they are stunned to come up the Eco tribe, including Amber and Trudy.

UK Air date: 6/9/2002 | Cast | Photos of Episode 46 |

Executive Producer: Raymond Thompson
Production: Geoff Husson, Producer: Declan Eames
Screenplay by Tony Osborn, Directed by Costa Botes

Episode 47 (203)

The Ecos take Ebony and Jay back to their camp, where Amber suggests they should stay awhile until the search team stops looking for them. Dee and Patch continue acting awkward around each other. Java is still shaken up about Ram's future plans, and is concerned when she can't find Ved anywhere. Ram acts coy, but later reveals that he's got Ved stashed on some hard drive. Mouse is hurt when Sammy threatens not to speak to her again if she reveals that he went to play the game. Pride and May try to talk reasonably. Mouse reveals to Siva that Sammy won't talk to her anymore. Pride prevents Sammy from playing the game. Ebony is keen on leaving the Eco camp. The Ecos go to retrieve Ebony's and Jay's clothes and realize that the search team might find them. Patch goes to Lex for advice on women, but Lex's smooth-talking advice doesn't impress Dee. Ram isn't pleased with Mega when he finds out Ebony and Jay are nowhere to be found. Ebony and Amber decide to make a truce. Salene isn't ready to believe Pride so she decides a breakup could be the best option.

UK Air date: 6/15/2002 | Cast | Photos of Episode 47 |

Executive Producer: Raymond Thompson
Production: Geoff Husson, Producer: Declan Eames
Screenplay by Anthony Read, Directed by Peter Nathan

Episode 48 (204)

Trudy warns Amber that Ebony will never change. May feels like her worries over Salene and Pride are finally over. Java wants Salene to promote the new Paradise program, but Salene doesn't know if she will follow through. Mouse is worried because Sammy refuses to stop playing the game. Trudy doesn't hide the fact that she doesn't trust Ebony. Amber tells Ebony and Jay that they are always welcome at the Eco Tribe, but Ebony is keen on going as far away as possible. Pride keeps quiet as May is convinced that she's in a relationship with him. Patch refuses to listen to Lex's love advice, while Dee continues acting cold towards Patch. Ram is worried because it seems as if the city isn't interested in his new program. Java makes a deal with Lex to promote the new program, and Lex reassures Siva that the program will fail. Jay decides to go back to the city to protect his brother. His passion for freedom turns into a kiss with Amber, but they both immediately back down. Ebony is in a rage over Jay's decision not to run, but she decides to stick by her man. Ebony and Jay are surprised when Amber decides to return to the city with them.

UK Air date: 6/16/2002 | Cast | Photos of Episode 48 |

Executive Producer: Raymond Thompson
Production: Geoff Husson, Producer: Declan Eames
Screenplay by James Wyllie, Directed by Peter Nathan

Episode 49 (205)

Amber says goodbye to Trudy and the other Eco members and leaves with Ebony and Jay to the city. Sammy convinces Mouse to try out the new paradise program, but Mouse doesn't like seeing something that she can't have in real life. Lex is not impressed with Sammy's dreams and it saddens Sammy until he realizes that Lex accidentally saw Mouse's dreams. Ebony isn't pleased with Jay's and Amber's budding friendship. Siva finds Lex crying after being in Paradise, so she tries it out and finds out exactly how deep Lex's love with Tai-San was. Pride tells Salene that he never actually loved May. Mega and Java are worried that they might end up like Ved. Ram reassures Java that she is the only Techno he can fully trust. Ebony fakes an injury to get Jay's attention. Siva tells Lex that she understands why his past is so hurtful. Pride finally tells May that he's in love with Salene. Salene and Pride reunite. Trudy and Hawk watch helplessly as the Technos invade the Eco camp and take away everyone, including Brady.

UK Air date: 6/22/2002 | Cast | Photos of Episode 49 |

Executive Producer: Raymond Thompson
Production: Geoff Husson, Producer: Declan Eames
Screenplay by Marie MacNeill, Directed by Peter Nathan

Episode 50 (206)

Amber, Ebony and Jay enter the city and are almost caught on camera. Mega recognizes Ebony, but Java claims the woman is not her sister. She goes out to find Ebony and asks her to talk. Lex continues trying to do business with the paradise program. Salene tries to explain to May how she fell for Pride, but May doesn't seem to care. Lex isn't thrilled about the return of Ebony, Jay and Amber, and tries to vote them out, but nobody backs him up. Ebony seems disappointed when Jay wants Amber to be the leader of the city yet again. Siva confides in Lex about her fears regarding Ebony. May gives Dee advice on men. Siva confronts Ebony and instead of fighting, they have a heart-to-heart. Dee is convinced that Patch wants to break up with her over a letter, but he makes her read the letter and they happily hug. Lex wants Sammy to help him out with the DVD business. Jay meets with Mega and Lex watches them. He confronts Jay only to learn that he was trying to get info on his brother's whereabouts. Trudy bursts into the Mall with a few members of the Eco Tribe and informs everyone that the Technos kidnapped their tribe.

UK Air date: 6/23/2002 | Cast | Photos of Episode 50 |

Executive Producer: Raymond Thompson
Production: Geoff Husson, Producer: Declan Eames
Screenplay by Charles Hodges, Directed by Peter Nathan

Episode 51 (207)

The Mall Rats are forced to prevent Trudy from leaving the Mall to search for her daughter. Sammy and Lex continue their scheme to sell DVDs, but they are stopped by Siva and her army so they decide to run away before anyone sees them. Lex is shocked to see Dee burning the DVDs and he tries to take them away, but Siva accidentally stops him. Jay meets with Mega and later reassures everyone that he fully trusts the man. May is hurt by the relationship between Pride and Salene. Salene catches May using Paradise, but then finds herself doing the same thing. She has a few flashes to the past and decides to put it behind her. Trudy manages to escape from the Mall and goes to the hotel, where she is almost taken to Java, but is rescued by an unknown Techno, who later reveals herself to be Tai-San. Tai-San sends Trudy on her way by promising that she'll find Brady. She manages to do so and sends Mega to bring Brady back home. Trudy explains to the others that she saw Tai-San, but nobody believes her. Ebony threatens to kill Amber is anything happens to Jay. Mega tells Ram everything about his plan to double cross the Mall Rats.

UK Air date: 6/29/2002 | Cast | Photos of Episode 51 |

Executive Producer: Raymond Thompson
Production: Geoff Husson, Producer: Declan Eames
Screenplay by Joe Boyle, Directed by Peter Nathan

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Episode 52 (208)

Jay comforts Ebony after she has a nightmare about Zoot. The Mall Rat's work on their plan with Lex still feeling as if they're entering a trap. Mega talks to Java and Ram about their plans regarding the Mall Rats, and Tai-San tries to find out what is going on, but they won't confide in her. Amber admits to Ebony that she has feelings for Jay. The time finally comes for the battle to begin, and Lex reluctantly decides to join his friends. Tai-San learns about Mega's plans for the Mall Rats and feels betrayed. The Mall Rats finally invade and are all deleted by Java and Mega. The two then follow Ram to his final resting place, only to have it revealed to be fake. The Mall Rat's celebrate their victory and explain how they used virtual reality to convince Ram that they were all killed. Tai-San reunites with old friends and everyone is overjoyed. Meanwhile, Ebony walks away and is once again faced with Zoot.

UK Air date: 6/30/2002 | Cast | Photos of Episode 52 |

Executive Producer: Raymond Thompson
Production: Geoff Husson, Producer: Declan Eames
Screenplay by David Fox, Directed by Peter Nathan

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