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Drive: No Turning Back

As the drivers await instructions for the next leg of The Race, Alex and Corinna get a head-start when they are awarded the "Jump Start" - the ability to skip ahead a checkpoint, upon completion of a task. Unfortunately, the task hits too close to home for Alex, and they are forced to reconsider - until Corinna realises there are two competitors, with the skills to help complete the task, who would do anything for the opportunity to skip ahead with them... Elsewhere, Wendy gets some bad news that forces her to drop out of The Race - but Ivy doesn't exactly agree with that decision; Rob finally discovers that Ellie has been keeping his AWOL status from him, and makes a decision that will affect their status in The Race; and Susan and Leigh make a valiant attempt to get back into The Race - although The Sponsors, it seems, have other ideas for the New Orleans pair...

Episode Info

Episode number: 1x4
Production Number: DRI-104
Airdate: Monday April 23rd, 2007

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Guest Stars
Amy Acker
As Kathryn Tully
Brian Bloom
As Allan "Bill" James
Charles Martin Smith
As Mr Bright
Cindy Williams
As House Mother
Dylan Baker
As John Trimble
Kevin Symons
As Driver
Michael Hyatt
As Susan Chamblee
Franklin Dennis Jones
As Major Lowell Hyatt
Jason Matthew Smith
As Security Guard
Rick Overton
As Bank Manager
Episode Notes
This was the last episode to air on FOX before the network pulled the show from it's schedule.

Despite being credited as a guest star, Brian Bloom (Allan James) does not appear in the episode.

Warning: Drive season 1 episode 4 guide may contain spoilers
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