I also agree that this was the strongest episode, though the previous episode was probably the funnest episode of the season.
Everything here just worked so well and came together beautifully.
Okay, I kept wracking my brain for why the actor playing Chase looked familiar and then of course they reveal he was the android that Five befriended in the season 2 finale who had the bomb implanted inside him and I felt stupid for not recognizing that.
It depended on character interactions and reveals and did not involve the boring war the corporations are fighting against each other.
Yeah, the corporate war hasn't been that great. I can't even remember the names of the corporations most of the time. It just has no personal connection to the crew.
They did end up putting Sarah in an android body like I thought they would, though it's a darker turn than I expected since it looks like Victor and the others are up to no good.
Okay, apparently Two is bisexual since she was attracted to One and now to Dr. Shaw. I loved Android's line of "Awkward."
The Android's name is Suki. I wonder if the show will start using it or if the crew will keep calling her Android?
Unexpected stuff from their wiped memories needs to surface more often if it is as startling as this.
Yes it does. While it was interesting to learn that Six has a family they didn't do much with it and so far they've just teased us about what terrible thing Three might have done. That's the one thing that frustrates me about this show sometimes. They like to drip information out over a long period of time and usually by the time they reveal something I've forgotten the earlier stuff they revealed.
"You will give the people an ideal to strive towards. They will race behind you. They will stumble. They will fall. But in time, they will join you in the sun. In time, you will help them accomplish wonders."
It's a recession when your neighbor loses his job: it's a depression when you lose yours.
-- Harry S. Truman