"Sedition " is the sixth episode of season two of the CBS drama Jericho. It was broadcast on March 18, 2008. In the scene where the Rangers ambush and capture an Allied States Army convoy, Deputy Bill Kohler's uniform has the surname "Muck" printed on it. This is an apparent nod to the HBO series Band of Brothers, where Richard Speight, Jr. plays the character Warren "Skip" Muck. At 13:50 of season 2, episode 6 Turtletaubs name is printed on the ID patch of an Army soldier under Becks command. When Jake Green's mother, Gail, is telling the Rangers where Jake is being held, Deputy Bill Kohler mentions a location with the words, "Sounds like you were out on 48, between Alex-Bell and Lytle Five Points." This is an actual real-world location, but not in Kansas. It is a location in Centerville, Ohio, covering about a three mile stretch, not five miles as Eric Green states. Wikipedia [ - ]
- Following the Rangers' decision to take justice into their own hands, Major Beck goes to extreme measures to prove he's in complete control of the town, while Hawkins receives a call from Chavez telling him that it's time to transport the bomb.