Post by AntiArbitrator on May 13, 2013 23:16:32 GMT -5
This episode had so much action and drama packed into it that it did not seem like it ran for an hour because the time passed so quickly.
Nora was pensive as she dressed and left Miles in bed without a good morning kiss.
Miles: You gonna leave a $20 on the table? I feel so used.
Tom seized another opportunity to verbally assault his son. He appeared downright evil. Then, he did an about face when his son's life was in danger. Is it enough to bridge a truce between father and son?
In the "7 years after the blackout" the reunion between Miles and Rachel appeared much more hostile than we were led to believe. Finally! I learned why Rachel approached Miles without her family.
I know Rachel has a will as strong as iron, but she kept poking the bear in her exchanges with Miles. Of course, he was no sweetheart either and it is easy to understand why Rachel thought he left her with Bas.
Rachel: We had a cheap and ugly fling and not a day goes by that I don't regret it.
Miles: That's not all you're gonna regret.
Aaron is a sweetheart and that will keep him at odds with vengeful Rachel.
Nooooooooooooooo! Sebastain killed Mark (Lucifer) Pelligrino! Poor Mark can't get a break when it comes to his characters. They all seem to die.
So that little device Rachel took out of her son's dead body IS what was keeping him alive. And it can heal damaged tissues?!? What in heaven's name were they playing with?
Not surprised to see Tom not want to see his son die. HE may kill him, but he's not going to let him die alone. Hmmmm, if I were Jason, I woulnd't take comfort in that.
Still don't know why Aaron was in that manual.
Nora and Miles? Well, she may be pissed off at him, but she needs to blow off a litle steam.
Where did the drones come from and how did they stay so pristine for 15 years without power? And what powers them? Most chemical would have degraded over 15 years. And who is still around who knows how to use them? I guess the guess the guys in that control room
Where did the drones come from and how did they stay so pristine for 15 years without power? And what powers them? Most chemical would have degraded over 15 years.
I wasn't thinking about this, but something has to keep that software and data in all those machines. I seem to recall there's a battery, but on "Gilligan's Island" it was mentioned batteries can go bad without ever being used.