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And when, flipping through a computer magazine, Gordon sees that Joe’s turned Gordon’s good faith gesture to fix Westgroup with an anti-virus “antidote” into a multimillion dollar business, he’s furious, his blithe hopefulness ceding in an instant to the impotent rage that’s marked him from the start.

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Though John’s tragic death ultimately spelled the end of the series, the show still plays in 30 markets world-wide and is often on cable networks in the USA.

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