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Between a Rock and a Hard Place 

Tuma, the leader of the Kiptalamis, attacks a meeting of tribal leaders intent on taking control of a sacred rock.


Terry Ingram


Babs Greyhosky, Steven L. Sears (developed by) | 1 more credit »




Episode cast overview:
Gena Lee Nolin ... Sheena
John Allen Nelson ... Matt Cutter
Margo Moorer ... Kali
Kevin Quigley ... Mendelsohn
Grand L. Bush ... Kiptalami Chief
James Edward Coleman II James Edward Coleman II ... Tuma (as James Coleman II)
Jim R. Coleman ... President N'Gama (as Jim Coleman)
Veryl Jones Veryl Jones ... Rashid
Steven West Steven West ... Mbato
Tony Major Tony Major ... Aragai Chief
Joe Reed Joe Reed ... Karugu Chief
Dallas Davis Dallas Davis ... Kiptalami Warrior
Lamont Lofton Lamont Lofton ... Manir Chief
Lawrence Benjamin ... Karugu Warrior
Martin Roberts Martin Roberts ... Manir Warrior


Tuma, the leader of the Kiptalamis, attacks a meeting of tribal leaders intent on taking control of a sacred rock.

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28 April 2001 (USA) See more »

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Radical solution
29 March 2014 | by unbrokenmetalSee all my reviews

Kali is summoned to a tribal summit, but when she arrives, she finds some visitors were attacked by masked enemies. A holy place, a cube-shaped rock, which was always shared by 4 tribes, is now claimed by one tribe exclusively, since they think they are most powerful warriors, so the symbol of power should belong to them. The country's ruler N'Gama traditionally keeps out of tribal affairs ('these things happen, best let them work it out'), so the rangers and the army will not respond to requests for help. Kali prefers a solution without violence, anyway, and rejects the offer of one of the other tribes to join in battle. Sheena thinks about a radical solution meanwhile that nobody approves...

Rarely has the show, entirely filmed in Florida, felt so much like Africa, because the natives are in the spotlight this time. It's down to earth, and it's sensitive, for example in one scene when Sheena approaches Kali to ask a question, but when Kali turns around, Sheena sees she was crying, and Sheena remains silent.

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