Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's The Lost World: Season 3 (2001 - 2002)

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Air date: Oct 15, 2001

Challenger, Marguerite and Roxton find themselves in the past---and off the plateau---following the crash of the dirigible, while Veronica doggedly pursues Askwith (Steven Vidler). Capt. Marchbanks: Jared Robinsen. Churchill: Linal Haft. Veronica: Jennifer O'Dell. Challenger: Peter McCauley. Marguerite: Rachel Blakely. Roxton: William Snow.

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Air date: Oct 22, 2001

Marguerite's search for Malone is interrupted by an encounter with cannibals, until a dashing thief (Jerome Ehlers) comes to her rescue and entices her to join his band. Blum: Rhys Muldoon. Condillac: Dominic Purcell. Marguerite: Rachel Blakely. Veronica: Jennifer O'Dell. Challenger: Peter McCauley.

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Air date: Oct 29, 2001

Roxton (William Snow) becomes the prey of a relentless hunter after the sexy guardian (Cathey Robbinson) of a dinosaur graveyard curses him for killing a triceratops. Marguerite: Rachel Blakely. Veronica: Jennifer O'Dell. Challenger: Peter McCauley.

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Air date: Nov 5, 2001

An unnerving dream and a ghostly encounter convince Veronica that Malone is trapped in the spirit realm. Meanwhile, Challenger investigates a spate of supernatural activity in a nearby village. Assai: Laura Vazquez. Saros: Brett Arthur. Challenger: Peter McCauley. Veronica: Jennifer O'Dell.

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Air date: Nov 12, 2001

Malone (David Orth) acquires a cursed knife that transports him to 1888 London, where he and his friends become entangled in the grisly murder sprees of Jack the Ripper. Dr. Gull: Nick Tate. Insp. Anderson: John Noble. Marguerite: Rachel Blakely. Veronica: Jennifer O'Dell. Challenger: Peter McCauley. Roxton: Will Snow.

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Air date: Nov 24, 2001

Challenger, Veronica and Malone encounter a dying man with a message concerning Pierson Rice (Sean Taylor), a bitter enemy of Roxton's who has set himself up as a kingpin on the plateau with the help of a brutal sidekick (Paul Goddard). Kor: Arna-Maria Winchester. Yoma: Nicole McLachlan.

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Air date: Dec 1, 2001

Roxton (William Snow) finds a noose hanging from a tree in the jungle and is transported to an Old West alternate universe populated by doubles of his friends, including a venomous sheriff resembling Challenger (Peter McCauley).

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Air date: Dec 3, 2001

Challenger's experiment with the balloon lands the explorers inside a volcano, where their chances of survival hinge on a female warrior's attraction to Malone. Alcee: Laura Whitnall. Arjax: Jason Chong. Marguerite: Rachel Blakely. Veronica: Jennifer O'Dell. Challenger: Peter McCauley. Malone: David Orth. Roxton: Will Snow.

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Air date: Jan 7, 2002

A powerful witch named Dame Alice (Jane Badler) seeks to destroy Challenger and his science. Roxton: William Snow. Malone: David Orth.

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Air date: Jan 14, 2002

Malone relives his baptism by fire---his days as a battlefield correspondent during World War I---after he's wounded by a poison dart during an attack by the Keenan Raiders. Malone: David Orth. Challenger: Peter McCauley. Sgt. Haskell: Kim De Lury.

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  • Aug 14, 2020
    Season 3 delivers more of the same fun and character, but has a few issues... due to Australian law many episodes are down a lead (now 2 since one was mostly written off at the end of season 1 possibly for the same reasons). A new character is brought in and she's good, but doesn't fill the void or balance the team as well. Of course, the season and series ends on a major cliffhanger, but one of the original writers was kind enough to give a public write-up on how season 4 would have resolved everything. Although some of the episodes feel incomplete with some of the main cast being limited in their episode count, I'll still take whatever TLW I can get!

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