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Terra Nova Episode Guide
Terra Nova Episode Guide
Episodes 001–013
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Last episode aired Monday December 19, 2011
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Contents
Season 1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
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12
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Genesis - Part 1
Genesis - Part 2
Instinct . . . . .
What Remains .
The Runaway . .
Bylaw . . . . . .
Nightfall . . . . .
Proof . . . . . . .
Vs. . . . . . . . .
Now You See Me
Within . . . . . .
Occupation (1) .
Resistance (2) . .
Actor Appearances
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II
Season One
Terra Nova Episode Guide
Genesis - Part 1
Season 1
Episode Number: 1
Season Episode: 1
Originally aired:
Writer:
Director:
Show Stars:
Guest Stars:
Production Code:
Summary:
Monday September 26, 2011
Allan Loeb, Craig Silverstein, Craig Silverstein, Kelly Marcel, Brannon
Braga, David Fury, Kelly Marcel
Alex Graves
Jason O’Mara (Jim Shannon), Stephen J. Lang (Commander Nathaniel
Taylor), Shelley Conn (Elisabeth Shannon), Landon Liboiron (Josh
Shannon), Naomi Scott (Maddy Shannon), Alana Mansour (Zoe Shannon), Allison Miller (Skye), Christine Adams (Mira)
Mido Hamada (Guzman), Sam Parsonson (Hunter), Aisha Dee (Tasha),
Damian Walshe-Howling (Carter), Eka Darville (Max), Dean Geyer
(Reynolds), Robert Preston (Drake), Simone Kessell (Washington)
1ASW01
In the first part of the two-part series premiere, the police raid the
Shannon home and arrest the father, Jim Shannon. Shannon realizes
he must take drastic measures to keep his family together after his
wife, Elisabeth, is selected to travel back to prehistoric times to create
a new civilization and, hopefully, help change the future.
It’s the ”Dawn of the 22nd Century”
... and things aren’t looking too good for
Earth. For starters, the planet is yellow, having been all but destroyed by
environmental disaster. Humans, including Jim Shannon, walk through a ruined
metropolis wearing breathing masks. Jim
returns to his family’s apartment and
shows off a rare find: a shiny orange. Son
Josh is impressed as is wife Elisabeth,
a doctor of some kind who notes that
the environmental conditions are causing more and more maladies. Suddenly,
daughter Maddy bursts into the cramped
apartment and warns that ”They’re on
their way now!”
Elisabeth immediately races to hide toddler-aged Zoe in a secret cabinet. They’ve clearly done
this before. The cops demand to search the premises. It’s implied that Jim is a cop, too – but
it doesn’t matter to the authoritarian goons, who violently toss the place. Finally, the cops hear
faint crying. They remove a grate and find a crying Zoe. Jim goes crazy, PUNCHING and KICKING
the cops. It ends badly, however. How badly?
Cut to an industrial prison – TWO YEARS LATER. Elisabeth pays Jim a visit. Through tears,
she explains that she has been contacted by the ”recruitment people for Terra Nova.” Jim is
overjoyed by the news. ”You’ve got to take the kids and go,” he says. But Elisabeth explains that
she won’t be allowed to take Zoe, who is an illegal third child on overpopulated Earth. ”There has
to be another way,” Jim says. Whispers Elisabeth: ”There is ...” She then convinces the guard to
let her give Jim a breathing device. Later, he opens a flap on the breathing device to find a small,
hidden tool. The tool emits a laser that cuts through his tin cup. Jim smiles. His wife has given
him a chance to escape.
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CUT to Elisabeth, Josh and Maddy entering a crowded boarding area bound for Terra Nova.
Meanwhile, Jim has apparently already made it out of the maximum security prison and is riding
a bus. He performs a little self surgery to remove a red blinking chip from beneath the skin on
his arm. He exits the bus and heads purposely to a street corner, where he finds a VERY large
backpack with an ID badge, a gun, and wads of cash. CUT to Josh, who takes time to say goodbye
to his girlfriend. He promises to find a way to bring her to Terra Nova, but she insists that such
a development would be impossible.
In the meantime, Jim uses his phony ID to get past security. A wristband he found in the bag
gives him further instructions to pay off a maintenance man, who lets him into the interior of the
complex through a back entrance. Unfortunately, Jim’s sneaky presence doesn’t go unnoticed
by a security video. Jim then catches up to his Elisabeth, Maddy and Josh, who try to restrain
their joy upon seeing him again. ”Whatever happens, keep moving,” Jim tells his family moments
before a security guard asks Jim to step out of line. Meanwhile, a large group of citizens continues to walk toward a big glowing gate that ZAPS them into another place and time. Elisabeth
convinces her son and daughter to step through the gate before walking through herself. The
moment Elisabeth has disappeared, Jim HITS the guard and runs for it. He PLUNGES through
the gate ...
... and emerges in a lushly wooded area surrounded by his fellow travelers. Unfortunately,
a group of armed guards in camo notice that Jim is carrying a weapon. They draw their own
weapons. They demand to search Jim’s backpack, which – of course – contains a hiding Zoe.
Elisabeth EMBRACES her daughter as Jim wards off the guards. So what is this Terra Nova?
Well, it’s seemingly a paradise that has been virtually untouched by man. As the travelers are led
through the jungle, Elisabeth wonders if the authorities will make Jim serve out his sentence.
Jim’s answer gives us our first clue as to where – and when – we are. ”I hope not” he says.
”I’m not scheduled to be released for another 85 million years.” Suddenly, a huge ROAR echoes
through the foliage. Hmmm.
The Shannon family, along with the rest of the new arrivals, soon arrive at an enormous and
circular shaped city – all the buildings constructed from lumber, but defended with very modern
weapons. Just then, Nathaniel Taylor, the colony leader, emerges from his compound to greet the
new citizens. ”Congratulations, each one of you has taken a new step – just as I did seven years
ago – toward a new beginning,” he says. Taylor explains how humanity ”blew it” by destroying
its home. Now, a second chance to ”get it right” in Terra Nova. Everyone claps. Later, Jim and
Elisabeth are brought before Taylor, who relaxes behind a table made from a huge dinosaur
skull. He explains that he doesn’t care about laws from ”another time.” He just wants people who
will be of use.
Elisabeth is a doctor, but how will Jim be of use? ”There must be some bad guys around here
that need catching,” says Jim, who explains that he used to be a narcotics officer in Chicago.
Taylor gruffly assigns Jim to ”agricultural duty.” The family then explores its new house, which
is big and open and practically glowing. Jim worries that Zoe doesn’t even know him, but the
dad is soon making his youngest daughter giggle. It’s a touching moment, capped by Zoe calling
Jim ”daddy.” Josh doesn’t buy into the good feelings, however. ”I guess we’re supposed to forget
about the years we had to fend for ourselves because dad was in jail!” says the petulant teenager.
”If he hadn’t lost his cool and punched that cop, he might have gotten off with a fine. Ever think
about that?!”
Mom and dad tell Josh to cool down, so he sulks. Zoe, meanwhile, has wondered outside and
is staring with wonder at a brachiosaur who eats leaves from her hand. The camera pulls back
to reveal a herd of the long-necked big guys. The next morning, dad heads to work, mom heads
to work and the kids head to new citizen orientation. Maddy then marvels at a shrine of sorts
to the original ”probe,” which identified the existence of Terra Nova. She then explains to her
slacker brother that Terra Nova exists in the distant past of an alternate universe. So nothing
they do – like step on a butterfly – will result in their never having been born. Convenient. Josh
then decides to skip orientation and soon runs into a perky young blond named Skye. Perhaps
he can forget his old GF, after all. To be continued...
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Genesis - Part 2
Season 1
Episode Number: 2
Season Episode: 2
Originally aired:
Writer:
Director:
Show Stars:
Guest Stars:
Production Code:
Summary:
Monday September 26, 2011
Brannon Braga, David Fury
Alex Graves
Jason O’Mara (Jim Shannon), Stephen J. Lang (Commander Nathaniel
Taylor), Shelley Conn (Elisabeth Shannon), Landon Liboiron (Josh
Shannon), Alana Mansour (Zoe Shannon), Naomi Scott (Maddy Shannon), Christine Adams (Mira), Allison Miller (Skye)
Mido Hamada (Guzman), Sam Parsonson (Hunter), Aisha Dee (Tasha),
Valentino Del Toro (Dr. Katseles), Robert Preston (Drake), Simone
Kessell (Washington), Romy Poulier (Kara), Eka Darville (Max), Damian
Walshe-Howling (Carter), Dean Geyer (Reynolds)
1ASW02
The new arrivals discover that, along with blue skies, towering waterfalls and lush vegetation, the surrounding terrain is teeming with
danger - and not just of the man-eating dinosaur variety. There is also
a splinter colony of renegades led by the battle-hardened Mira, who is
vehemently opposed to Taylor and his leadership. Jim’s experience as
a cop might turn out to be useful in his new home.
Skye then takes Josh to a hole in
the massive fence. They slip out into the
woods and find fellow teenage risk seekers Tasha, Hunter and Max. The new
gang heads out for an adventure, which
involves leaping off a waterfall into the
water below. Josh takes the plunge and
swims with his new friend. Skye then
shows Josh a series of strange gold symbols that have seemingly been carved into
the rock. ”I think they’re equations, but
I can’t be sure,” Skye says. The place,
meanwhile, is off limits. ”It’s like Taylor
doesn’t want anybody to know about this.
Um, don’t tell anyone about this, OK?”
Josh agrees.
Sometime later, Elisabeth is working on a patient who has been shot. He and his buddies
were apparently stealing from the power grid. Why? Because they are ”sixers,” a security guard
explains. Before he can explain the term, the patient leaps out up and holds a knife to Elisabeth’s
throat. He demands the guard slide over his gun. The guard complies and the ”sixer” takes the
weapon and flees. Outside, Jim is getting agricultural lessons when he notices the ”sixer” walking
fast through the camp. Jim’s cop senses apparently begin to tingle as he opts to follow the fellow.
Good thing, too, because Jim notices when the ”sixer” pulls a weapon and aims it at Taylor. Just
as Taylor is about to assassinated, Jim TACKLES the ”sixer,” who is led off the brig in handcuffs.
Taylor invites Jim for a hike.
The pair of macho men climb up a waterfall as Taylor explains that the ”sixers” are a split-off
settlement that all arrived with the sixth batch of Terra Nova immigrants. One day, the group
decided to make their own society – taking a considerable amount of supplies and weapons with
them. No one knows exactly why. ”Until we know who sent those people back and why, I don’t
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know who in the future I can trust,” Taylor explains. They then climb a rock and take in the view
of Terra Nova from high above. ”This is what we’re fighting for, Jim,” says Taylor before inviting
ex-cop to join his security forces. Just then, Taylor notices Sixer Jeeps approaching Terra Nova.
Trouble!
CUT to Taylor and Jim chasing the armed Jeeps in their own all-terrain vehicle. A FURIOUS
chase ensues ... and is soon joined by a toothy dinosaur! ”Carnotaurus,” Taylor deadpans. ”I
hate carnotaurus.” The beast snaps a few Sixers out of their vehicles and then continues to
chase Taylor and Jim. ”Take the wheel!” shouts Taylor, who jumps out of the vehicle to face
down the ”Carno” mano y dino. This gives the security guard at the gates of Terra Nova just
enough time to ready their weapons. Taylor then leaps back into the vehicle and tells Jim to step
on it. They speed through the closing gates of Terra Nova as weapons above FIRE at the Carno,
who thinks better of it and flees.
After the smoke has cleared, Taylor confronts the Sixers, who have approach the gates. A
particularly tough woman named Mira demands the return of her Sixer friend from the Terra
Nova brig. She also implies that the Sixers have spies inside the complex before proposing a trade:
the prisoner and medical supplies for a big box of meteoric iron. Taylor accepts. Apparently, the
Sixers control the quarry. Later, Taylor and Elisabeth have a heart to heart at the medical tent.
The good doctor explains that she wanted a better life for her children. Taylor understands. He
wanted the same for his own son. Alas, Taylor’s son went missing some years ago. Dad still hopes
the boy will return.
Meanwhile, Tasha, Hunter, Max and Skye introduce Josh to a makeshift ”moonshine” still
outside the gate. Everybody but Skye and Josh go off into the woods to search for supplies. The
lovebirds chat – i.e. Josh complains about this family – when they hear a animal shriek in the
distance. Not good. Back at Terra Nova, Taylor calls Jim into the surveillance room and shows
him security footage of Josh and Skye sneaking out of the fence. ”If we don’t get to them pretty
quick, something else might,” Taylor tells the worried father. CUT to the teens, who discover that
the rover they stole is missing its power cell. The Sixers stole it before disappearing (actually, they
were killed by a ”slasher,” though the teens don’t know it. Luckily, the Sixer vehicle is nearby.
They race toward the seemingly abandoned vehicle as they hear another shriek. The slasher
dinosaur is getting closer. Skye opens the door to find a Sixer inside. She apparently remembers
him from his time in Terra Nova and convinces the man to let the teens inside. They slam the door
to the vehicle just as the slasher leaps from the underbrush with a loud SHRIEK, SLAMMING
into the side of the armored car.
Night falls. Elisabeth insists on heading out with Jim, Taylor and the security team to search
for the teens. Taylor attempts to comfort the terrified parents by telling them that he was the
first to arrive at Terra Nova – and spent more than 100 days defending himself against the
dinosaurs and elements before more men arrived. The lesson? ”This jungle can be survived,”
Taylor concludes. Meanwhile, Slashers surround the rover. The teens use their weapons to open
fire. It’s a flurry of SPUTTERING gunfire, FLASHING muzzles and dino SHRIEKS. Back at Terra
Nova, cute boy Reynolds visits Maddy, assuring her that everything is going to be OK. Maddy is
clearly smitten.
CUT to Jim and Elisabeth, who find a badly wounded Tasha lying on the jungle floor. Terrified,
she ran from the Sixer vehicle and was attacked by a slasher. As Elisabeth stabilizes the Tasha,
she explains that she crossed water after escaping the vehicle. That narrows the search area
for the teens. Jim, meanwhile, blames himself for the whole episode. ”Josh came out here with
these kids just to spite me,” he tells Elisabeth. Jim then disappears into the jungle with Taylor
to find the kids. CUT to the Sixer vehicle, where Skye explains that her father was a corporeal in
Taylor’s guard before he died. Josh barely has time to sympathize before more Slashers attack
the vehicle. Hunter is dragged outside by a Slasher, which casually munches on the boy’s leg
before Josh and Skye use machine guns to scare it away. All the teens then decide to take their
stolen power cell and try to make it back to their rover. It’s a desperate plan that soon goes array.
Just as it looks as if the dinos are about to maul the surrounded teams, Taylor and his men
arrive. Jim shoots a Slasher about to kill Josh and then tries to comfort his son. ”It’s OK,” Jim
tells Josh. ”It’s me. It’s over.” Jim and Taylor then head to the Sixer vehicle and find the man
gone. ”It’s Mira,” Taylor says. ”She came for her man.” Back at Terra Nova, Elisabeth greets Jim
with a smile. The parents are soon joined by their wayward son, who apologizes for causing so
much trouble. A big family hug ensues. Skye watches the embrace longingly before approaching
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Taylor. ”I’m sorry ... you’ve been so good to me since my folks ...” Skye says before trailing off.
Taylor accepts the apology and asks if the teens went anywhere near the falls. Skye lies and says
”no.” ”Good,” Taylor says. ”Good.” What is Taylor hiding?
CUT to Mira and her man, who are examining the strange calculations. Mira explains that
they are made by Taylor’s son. ”Every time he gets close to an answer, he puts it here,” the Sixer
leader says. ”To remind him of the real reason for Terra Nova’s existence: control the past, control
the future.” She stares at the symbols. ”They’re the key – to everything.”
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Instinct
Season 1
Episode Number: 3
Season Episode: 3
Originally aired:
Writer:
Director:
Show Stars:
Guest Stars:
Production Code:
Summary:
Monday October 3, 2011
Brannon Braga
Jon Cassar
Jason O’Mara (Jim Shannon), Rod Hallett (Dr. Malcolm Wallace), Allison Miller (Skye), Christine Adams (Mira), Naomi Scott (Maddy Shannon), Alana Mansour (Zoe Shannon), Landon Liboiron (Josh Shannon), Shelley Conn (Elisabeth Shannon), Stephen J. Lang (Commander Nathaniel Taylor)
Simone Kessell (Lt. Alicia Washington), Dean Geyer (Mark Reynolds),
Peter Lamb (Casey Durwin), Nicholas G. Cooper (Robert Stanley),
Louis Toshio Okada (Lt. Okuda), Mikhael Wilder (Gillers), Byron J.
Brochmann (Tower Guard), Yves Chapand (Scientist), Ross Price (Fish
Filleter)
1ASW03
When Terra Nova comes under attack from a legion of Pterosaurs, Jim
and Taylor must find a way to save the colony before it’s completely
overtaken. Elisabeth discovers a former flame is also living in Terra
Nova and may have been responsible for her recruitment. Syke tries to
make Josh feel at home and Reynolds get protective of Maddy.
Two Terra Nova soldiers tear through
the forest during a heavy rain pour. They
hit something ... and blow out their tire.
Sure enough, the leaves soon begin to
rustle. They hear screeching. Suddenly, a
dino LEAPS fro the trees at the men. Not
good.
The next day, the Shannon kids and
other Terra Nova youngsters get a lesson in survival from Washington and
Reynolds, who continues to make eyes
at Maddy. To prove how tough she is,
Washington eats a few disgusting, but
nutrient-filled bugs. Later, the Shannon
family jokes and laughs as they prepare
for bed. It’s been another wonderful day in prehistoric paradise. Once the kiddies are in bed, Jim
and Elisabeth get frisky. Their make-out session is unfortunately interrupted by a SCREACHING.
Bummer.
Jim goes outside and tell the winged and screeching creature to scat. Returning inside, Jim
finds Zoe has crawled into his marital bed. He is understandably disappointed. If it’s not the
dinosaurs busting his groove, it’s the kids. The next day, Elisabeth goes to work and finds that
Dr. Malcolm Wallace, who attended university with the Elisabeth, has arrived in Terra Nova.
They are very happy to see each other. Jim is not very happy that they are very happy to see
each other. CUT to the jungle, where Taylor is on patrol with an enormous gun. Taylor asks Jim
to investigate the possibility of a Sixer spy in camp. Taylor also responds cagey when Jim asks
why the Sixers want Taylor dead. The pair soon comes across the dead and mutilated bodies of
the two guards who had a flat tire.
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Who did this? Or, rather, what did this? Back at the hospital – and morgue – Elisabeth isn’t
sure. But she does know that the attack came from above. ”I need to know what did this –
today,” Taylor growls. Elisabeth (and Malcolm) has to work late, so Jim heads home to play Mr.
Mom. He struggles to make dinner and gets even more flustered when Maddy asks how she can
tell if a ”boy likes me.” Yikes. Sometime later, Elisabeth returns home and explains that fatal
wounds to the guards don’t match any known species. Jim then wonders if Elisabeth ever, um,
you know. ”Are you asking if we ever dated?” Elisabeth says with a laugh. ”Yes ... for a bit.” Jim
is not-so-jokingly jealous.
Later, Jim hears the same SCREECHING as before. He goes outside to see the same winged
creature – joined by a few SCREECHING friends. Josh comes outside and throws a rock at the
creatures ... and they clearly become angry, Suddenly, the screechers ATTACK. Jim and Josh
race inside to safety. They are greeted by an anxious Elisabeth. ”I think we just found out what
killed those men,” Jim tells his wife. The next morning, Malcolm treats Jim, who has been bitten.
Malcolm then suggests to Taylor that a science team ”observe” the new creatures. Taylor decides
– roughly – that no such request will be granted. Instead, Terra Nova will go under lockdown.
”Research another day,” Taylor barks. ”No discussion.” Later, Jim asks Taylor how his wife was
recruited to come to Terra Nova. Taylor explains that she was specifically requested by Malcolm.
Hmmm.
Josh, meanwhile, finds a guitar at the market and attempts to trade with the owner. The
owner inquires about Josh’s platinum necklace – and the young man becomes defensive. Later,
he explains to Skye that the necklace was given to him by his girlfriend 85 million years in the
future. ”She was kind of like you,” Josh tells Skye. Suddenly, the flirting is interrupted by the
screechers, who begin to line up on the fence in great numbers. Just then, the flying creatures
ATTACK. Everyone dives for cover until the birds take off.
Afterward, Jim notices Malcolm collecting dead screechers. He explains that the creatures are
probably migrating – and likely as a species seeing as how the migration isn’t annual. ”We’re
seeing today is just the first wave,” Malcolm says. ”There are a lot more coming.” Indeed, radar
scans indicate THOUSANDS of the birds are nearby. Taylor then remembers that, years ago,
the settlers found thousands and thousands of eggs underground. It soon becomes clear that
the screechers have come back to spawn ... and that Terra Nova was inadvertently build on the
creatures’ breeding ground. Uh oh.
Malcolm and Elisabeth then explain that they might be able to figure out a way to stop the
oncoming hoard if they could study live specimens – preferably a male and a female. ”Want to
do some hunting tonight?” Taylor asks Jim. Later, Jim prepares to hunt the creatures – and
takes a few moments to let Malcom know that his plant to recruit and then woo Elisabeth is as
transparent as sandwich wrap. Malcolm, of course, denies his motives were anything but pure
in bringing Elisabeth 85 millions into the past.
The next day, Jim and Taylor return to Terra Nova with two specimens (that’s right – we don’t
get to see the hunt, which was apparently simple). Elisabeth and Malcolm study the creatures
and uncover pheromones. If the good doctors could whip up a batch of concentrated pheromones
– and somehow spread them elsewhere – they might be able to create a new breeding ground for
the creatures. Elisabeth and Malcolm get to work. In the meantime, the entire settlement has
been locked down – windows and doors sealed tight. Good thing, too, because the skies are soon
thick with the SCREACHING beasts.
Elisabeth and Malcolm finally get the correct combination of chemicals, creating a vat of the
pheromones. Back at the Shannon house, meanwhile, a few of the creatures manage to get into
the house through the vents. Naturally, one of the nasty little beasts goes after Zoe, the smallest
target. But the creature is BLASTED by an armed Josh, who locks his sisters into the sealed
bedroom. They’re safe ... for now. Jim and Taylor, meanwhile, strap the vat of pheromones to a
car and speed away. The screechers seem to follow! ”It worked!” says Malcolm. Hours later, Jim
has still yet to return – and Elisabeth is worried.
Just as Malcolm is about to comfort Elisabeth, they hear a car. Jim and Taylor have returned
to a hero’s welcome. Elisabeth and Jim embrace. Taylor explains that things got a ”little exciting”
(again, we didn’t get to see it), explaining his multiple scratches and bruises. Later, Elisabeth
and Jim return home to find their children sleeping. The parents smile ... and Elisabeth invites
her husband to bed. Finally, they get some alone time.
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What Remains
Season 1
Episode Number: 4
Season Episode: 4
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Monday October 10, 2011
Brynn Malone
Nelson McCormick
Rod Hallett (Dr. Malcolm Wallace), Allison Miller (Skye), Christine
Adams (Mira), Naomi Scott (Maddy Shannon), Alana Mansour (Zoe
Shannon), Landon Liboiron (Josh Shannon), Shelley Conn (Elisabeth
Shannon), Stephen J. Lang (Commander Nathaniel Taylor), Jason
O’Mara (Jim Shannon)
Simone Kessell (Lt. Alicia Washington), Dean Geyer (Mark Reynolds),
Damian Walshe-Howling (Carter), Damien Garvey (Boylan), Alex Pinder
(Dr. Jonathan Guagenti), Sam Parsonson (Hunter), Eka Darville (Max),
Terrence Mullings (Brady), Anna Lise Phillips (Teresa), Vienna Bostock
(Desk Nurse)
1ASW05
When Elisabeth, Jim, Malcolm and Taylor investigate radio silence at
a nearby scientific outpost, they discover an outbreak of a mysterious
virus causing memory loss, paranoia and eventually death. The group
must work together to find a cure before they lose their sanity and all
of Terra Nova is infected.
Outside Terra Nova, a not-right looking man toys with a prehistoric insect inside some sort of lab before wandering
outside. There, he finds a giant dinosaur
standing above him. The man – now effectively the insect – grins vacantly before
dino CHOMPS down.
CUT to Jim and Elisabeth walking
through the market. Elisabeth explains
that no one has heard from a researcher
working outside Terra Nova. She then
boards a rover with Taylor to check it out.
They arrive at the lab recently exited by
the vacantly grinning (and now missing)
scientist. Inside, they find strange notes
proclaiming, ”This is not a dream!” Worse, multiple people are locked inside a room, most
strapped to tables and babbling incoherently. One woman claims to be in the middle of the
Detroit food riots – an event taking place 85 million years in the future. Elisabeth then finds a
video recording from the researcher, who talks about ”pathogens” and ”short-term memory loss.”
Hmm.
Back at Terra Nova, Josh and Skye sit outside while he fiddles on the guitar. Soon, her hand is
on his leg. He smiles – and continues playing. CUT to the lab, where Taylor returns from outside
with news: he found the researcher’s boots ... with feet still in them. Gross. Elisabeth then calls
Jim, who explains that he is not looking forward to playing host to Reynolds, who is courting
Maddy. He then explains that Zoe has a cold. After hanging up, Elisabeth muses: ”Zoe ... who is
Zoe?” Uh oh. The pathogens are loose.
Later, Reynolds shows up to eat dinner and ”study” with Maddy. He leaves and Maddy worries that it was the ”worst first date ever.” Jim explains that the worst first date was with his
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eventual wife, but that it turned out to be well worth it. Maddy smiles. The next morning, Jim
visits Washington, who explains that the outlying lab has been quarantined on Taylor’s orders.
Jim heads to Malcolm, requesting to borrow the good doctor’s rover. Malcolm agrees under one
condition: he comes, too. Jim then sneezes as he has caught the cold from Zoe. Malcolm gives
him some prehistoric medicine to chew on.
CUT to Josh, who gets even MORE cozy with Skye – eventually leaning in and kissing her. But
Josh pulls away, explaining that he made a promise to bring his future girlfriend to Terra Nova.
”What if I told you that I might know a guy who could help you with that,” Skye whispers. Later
that evening, Jim and Malcolm arrive at the outpost lab. Luckily, they wear breathing masks so
as to avoid the pathogens. What they can’t avoid, however, is Elisabeth carrying a HUGE gun. She
shoots, sending a blast of energy that KNOCKS DOWN Jim. Elisabeth clearly doesn’t recognize
her husband ... but she does recognize Malcolm. Elisabeth gives the doctor a very familiar hug.
Jim is horrified.
”She’s at university,” Malcolm explains later. ”She and I just started dating.” So the first stage
of this airborne virus is short term memory loss followed by serious memory loss followed by ...
catatonia. Malcolm explains that he can cure the virus with Elisabeth’s help – so long as she
stays lucid. So Malcolm pretends that it is indeed 20 years ago (or 85 million and 20 years ago)
when they were dating. CUT to Skye, who introduces Josh to a bartender named Tom. Turns out
bringing someone from the future is expensive. ”You’re the cop’s son, right?” Tom asks. ”Because
trust is important around here.”
Back at the outpost, Jim shows Elisabeth a video of herself explaining the symptoms. Elisabeth finally accepts that she has been exposed to a pathogen – and tells Jim and Malcolm, whose
masks were knocked off, that they all must hurry. Suddenly, the power goes out. Allosaurs chewing on the power cables. Jim volunteers to check it out ... and runs across the unconscious body
of a Terra Nova soldier. Is a sick Taylor responsible?
Sure enough, Taylor springs from a hole in the roof armed with a gun. ”Move a muscle and
I’ll blow your head off,” he growls. Jim tries to explain to Taylor that he ISN’T at war in Somalia
in 2138. ”The only question is who’s running this mind game on me,” Taylor growls. Meanwhile,
Elisabeth and Malcolm discover that the lab was secretly running experiments on gene manipulation. Malcolm then suggests they ”skip class today” and tries to kiss Elisabeth. Jim returns
just in time to break them up. Malcolm snaps back to the present after his momentary slip. The
pathogen is starting to take hold.
So why isn’t Jim showing symptoms? No one is sure. Jim then explains that Taylor threatened
his life before letting him go. Worse, Taylor is likely trying to find his way back to Terra Nova –
risking bringing the pathogen to the human populace. Just then, a long-necked dinosaurs slips
into the lab from the open ceiling hatch. Jim rushes to close and lock a door between the dino
and the humans. Malcolm starts to FREAK OUT at the sight of the creature – which didn’t exist
when he was at university – so Jim HITS him, knocking him out cold. So it’s all up to Elisabeth.
”Do we know each other?” she asks her husband. ”We’re more than just acquaintances, aren’t
we?” You could say that.
CUT to Taylor, who smears dirt on his face and then sneaks up on Terra Nova, KNOCKING
OUT a patrolling guard ... and then spotting Washington. Her presence seems to confuse Taylor,
who served with her in Somalia. Back at the lab, Elisabeth finds notes in her handwriting ...
”Josh,” ”Maddy,” ”Zoe” and ”Jim.” Understanding dawns on Elisabeth’s face. ”What happens if we
both forget?” she asks. Jim refuses to entertain the notion ... and then sneezes. Understanding
dawns on Elisabeth’s face again. The cold medicine that Malcolm gave Jim must be the key.
Something in it is blocking the pathogen. CUT to Maddy, who has found out from Reynolds that
her parents are locked away in a quarantined lab. The lovebirds go to see Washington, who urges
them to leave. Too late. Taylor appears out of nowhere ...and holds a knife to Reynold’s throat.
Washington tries to talk down Taylor, telling him that they won the war in Somalia. ”Seven
years ago, you led us to this place so that we could have a second chance!” she yells. ”This is
home.” Taylor demands to see his wife. Washington explains that she died. Distraught, Taylor
is about to cut his own throat when Washington BLASTS him with one of those force guns. He
goes FLYING backward. CUT to the lab, where Elisabeth has a revelation. It’s not the medicine
that’s blocking the pathogen but the cold itself. Jim then attempts to give Elisabeth his cold by
KISSING her deeply.
The next day, Taylor wakes up at the hospital ... with a smiling Elisabeth and Washington
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watching over him. Turns out that Elisabeth made a vaccine for the pathogen. Malcolm is OK,
too. Everybody is OK. But not everything is OK. CUT to bartender Tom, who ventures into the
jungle to find the Sixers waiting. He gives them supplies he has taken from Terra Nova and tells
Mira that he has struck a deal with the sheriff’s son to bring back a girl from the future. Mira
smiles. This could be a great opportunity to undermine law enforcement in Terra Nova.
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The Runaway
Season 1
Episode Number: 5
Season Episode: 5
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Monday October 17, 2011
Barbara Marshall
Jon Cassar
Jason O’Mara (Jim Shannon), Stephen J. Lang (Commander Nathaniel
Taylor), Shelley Conn (Elisabeth Shannon), Landon Liboiron (Josh
Shannon), Alana Mansour (Zoe Shannon), Naomi Scott (Maddy Shannon), Christine Adams (Mira), Allison Miller (Skye), Rod Hallett (Dr.
Malcolm Wallace)
Simone Kessell (Lt. Alicia Washington), Morgana Davies (Leah Marcos),
Dean Geyer (Mark Reynolds), Damian Walshe-Howling (Carter), Peter Lamb (Casey Durwin), Terrence Mullings (Brady), Matthew Scully
(Dunham), Emelia Burns (Reilly), Deshay Padayachey (Rajib Swarup),
Don Christopher (Karem McMillen), Nicholas G. Cooper (Robert Stanley), Angus Freer (Sam), Jo Christiaans (Selena McMillen), Byron J.
Brochmann (Guard)
1ASW06
When an orphaned ”Sixer” girl comes to Terra Nova seeking asylum,
Jim and Shannon are at odds if they can trust her; Mira plots to reclaim a valued possession; Taylor begins to suspect there is a traitor
in his midst and Reynolds admits his feelings for Maddy.
The guards on the walls of Terra Nova
notice something stirring in the woods.
It’s not a dino ... so it must be a Sixer.
So Washington and her troops give chase
and soon discover a tiny blonde girl. Back
at the medical lab, a doctor tries to stick
the girl with a needle and the little urchin
strikes back. ”She’s terrified,” Elisabeth
says. ”I need to get everybody out of here.”
So everybody, including Taylor, leaves.
Elisabeth successfully coaxes the girl out
from underneath a table and gently examines her. The girl, an orphan, explains
that she dropped her bag in the jungle
while being chased. Taylor then reenters
with food. The girl is ravenous. ”I only get scraps,” she says. ”That’s why I ran away.”
Taylor then identifies the girl as Leah. He used to know her family before they all defected
to the Sixers side. Later, Taylor explains to Jim that he sees Leah as an opportunity to get
intelligence on the Sixers. Elisabeth then volunteers to take in Leah. Jim is unsure and Josh is
just plain unhappy as he will have to give up his room. But the Shannon family pulls together
to warmly welcome its new, shy houseguest. CUT to the jungle, where Washington and another
soldier hunt for Leah’s bag. Suddenly, they are attacked by Sixers. A total badass, Washington
singlehandedly takes out two or three Sixers before Mira appears and subdues her. ”Still doing
Taylor’s dirty work?” Mira sneers. ”What did you do with her?” We assume she is asking about
Leah.
Meanwhile, Josh has been left in charge of watching Zoe and Leah while Maddy heads to
the hospital to apprentice with her mother. Jim and Taylor walk through the market when the
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alarm begins to sound. Sixers – lots of them – are approaching the front gate. Mira pushes a
restrained Washington to the front as trade bait. ”You have something that belongs to me,” Mira
says. ”I want her back.” Taylor says he will bring out Leah and let her decide ... if Mira releases
Washington. Mira agrees and Leah is soon brought to the gate by Jim. ”Tell them you want to
come home,” Mira says. ”Speak!” Leah flinches, explaining that she ran away and doesn’t want
to return to the Sixer camp. ”Keep her then,” Mira practically spits. ”She’s nothing to me.” Before
Mira can leave, Taylor warns her not to threaten Terra Nova again. ”Next time I go to war,” Taylor
growls.
Taylor then makes nice with Leah, suggesting she might look at a map and identity the various
Sixers campsites. So all appears well. Leah looks happy to be with such a loving family and a
caring community. Later, Taylor and Jim go over a list of people who might have seen Leah and
reported the news to the Sixers. In other words, they are looking for the mole inside Terra Nova.
Taylor then heads out with Jim to interrogate a scientist named Rob arrived at Terra Nova with
Mira, but didn’t defect with her. Malcolm arrives after a few pointed questions to defend his
associate. ”This is guilt by association,” says a furious Malcolm, noting the conspicuous lack of
lawyers in Terra Nova.
Later that day, Washington and Jim investigate a robbery inside Terra Nova. A piece of the
floor has been removed, revealing a hidden safe. The current owners had no idea such a hideaway
existed. And who used to live in the place? Mira, of course. ”We need to find Leah right now,”
Jim tells Washington. CUT to Leah, who is sneaking through Terra Nova on her way to the
fence. Suddenly, Jim sneaks up behind her. ”What did you take from that couple’s house?” he
gently asks. Turns out that Leah is almost certainly a spy sent by Mira, who then made quite a
show pretending to want the little girl back. The item that Leah took from Mira’s old house is a
container of some kind. But what kind?
Leah claims not to know. ”Mira’s got my brother and she said she would hurt him if I didn’t
steal back that box,” the girl says. ”I’m telling the truth.” Understandably, Taylor and Jim are
skeptical. Leah is then taken into custody. Taylor refuses to consider Jim’s suggestion that they
send a few men to check out Leah’s story – just in case. A little boy could be in danger, but Taylor
refuses to risk men without more evidence. Back home, Jim finds a note from Leah that says,
”Sorry, I had to.” This convinces Jim that Leah’s brother, Sam, really IS in danger. Looks the big
guy is thinking about defying Taylor.
In the meantime, Reynolds very politely asks Maddy if he can court her. She is flattered and
tells Reynolds all about her disastrous day at the hospital. Apparently, Maddy doesn’t have the
steel stomach of her mother when dealing with blood and wounds. CUT to Jim, who sneaks
through the jungle looking for the Sixers. Within seconds, he is SNAGGED in a trap and soon
finds himself hanging upside down a few yards off the ground. Naturally, a Slasher dino emerges
and begins LEAPING at the hanging dad. Suddenly, the Slasher is hit with an energy blast. Sixers
emerge from the tree line. Uh oh.
Sure enough, Jim awakens sometime later with a bump on his head. He is inside the Sixer
camp and facing down Mira. ”The boy was never in danger,” Mira explains. ”I just needed to motivate her.” Jim asks what is in the box that Leah attempted to steal. Mira only smiles. Jim then
asks, more or less, why she is so generally unpleasant. ”Taylor has pissed off some very important people back in 2149,” Mira says. ”They want her gone.” Mira goes on to explain that Terra
Nova isn’t about starting over as Taylor says – not anymore. Exactly what Taylor’s motivations
might be, however, she refuses to detail. She also says that ”they” will let her see her daughter
again once her mission is complete. Taylor asks, ”Who’s ’they?’” Again, Mira refuses to answer.
Instead, she releases Jim.
Back at Terra Nova, the doors to Leah’s cell suddenly open ... and Sam runs inside. The two
siblings embrace. Jim watches them, smiling. Apparently, Mira allowed Jim to bring back the
boy and reunite what is left of Leah’s family. Later, Taylor admonishes Jim for defying orders –
but too hard. ”Did she say anything I should know about?” Taylor asks in reference to Mira. Jim
dances around the question. He clearly has newfound suspicions. We then find out that Maddy
is no longer a hospital apprentice and a single woman in camp has expressed an interest in
bringing Leah and Sam into her home.
At the end of the episode, Leah gives Sam a huge hug. ”Thank you,” says the girl.
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Bylaw
Season 1
Episode Number: 6
Season Episode: 6
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Monday October 31, 2011
Paul Grellong
Nelson McCormick
Jason O’Mara (Jim Shannon), Stephen J. Lang (Commander Nathaniel
Taylor), Shelley Conn (Elisabeth Shannon), Landon Liboiron (Josh
Shannon), Alana Mansour (Zoe Shannon), Naomi Scott (Maddy Shannon), Christine Adams (Mira), Allison Miller (Skye), Rod Hallett (Dr.
Malcolm Wallace)
Simone Kessell (Lt. Alicia Washington), Dean Geyer (Mark Reynolds),
Jay Ryan (Curran), Damien Garvey (Boylan), Peter Lamb (Casey Durwin), Steve Rodgers (Howard Milner), Alice Parkinson (Rebecca Milner),
Sweeney Young (Foster)
1ASW04
Terra Nova has its first murder, and Jim and Taylor must determine
who is guilty of the crime. Meanwhile, Skye continues to help Josh
figure out how to get Kira to Terra Nova from 2149. Elisabeth is determined to save an unborn Ankylosaurus after Zoe sees the egg in the
hospital and asks if she is going to help it.
A soldier, Foster, opens the door of a
communications relay station to begin repairs and gets attacked by a nicoraptor.
The next morning, Malcolm tells Jim
and Taylor that Foster must’ve left the
door open and was taken by surprise.
But Jim notices deep scratches on the
inside of the door. Back at Terra Nova,
Elisabeth performs an autopsy on Foster’s body, which Malcolm interrupts: He
found an ankylosaurus egg. Meanwhile,
Jim arrives with Zoe, who claims to have
an earache but actually just misses her
mother.
Elisabeth tells Jim she found blood
from a galesaur - the nicoraptors’ favorite meal, explains Malcolm - on Foster’s body. Jim tells
Taylor that someone knew Foster would be the repairman, used the galesaur as bait to trap
the nicoraptor inside the station - which explains those scratches - and let the raptor do the
dirty work. Taylor is incredulous, but he orders Jim to discover who committed this murder-bydinosaur.
Several soldiers tell Jim that Foster was always looking at pictures of a woman on his locator
tag. Jim asks Elisabeth for Foster’s personal effects.
Meanwhile, Zoe touches the ankylosaurus egg, and it wiggles: There’s a live dinosaur inside!
Zoe asks Elisabeth to free it.
Jim checks Foster’s effects, but his tag’s missing. Using the locator function, they discover
that the tag’s inside the nicoraptor. Jim, Taylor, and Lt. Washington chase, corner, and shoot
the nicoraptor, allowing Elisabeth to extract the tag from its stomach. Washington recognizes the
woman in the photo as Rebecca Milner.
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Rebecca admits knowing Foster, but she claims he mistook her kindness for affection, adding
that she’s married. But her husband, Howard, says he knew Rebecca was involved with Foster,
so he murdered him.
Meanwhile, Skye introduces Josh to Tom Boylan, who claims he can get Josh’s old girlfriend,
Kara, sent to Terra Nova. He offers Josh a job in his bar so he can pay for this favor - if he keeps
it secret.
Taylor watches a tape of Howard Milner’s confession. He’s angry that Foster was having an affair, but even angrier that Terra Nova had its first murder. Unless Taylor commutes the sentence,
colony bylaws require Milner to be banished from Terra Nova.
Elisabeth and Malcolm discover the ankylosaur’s front right leg is fused to its neck, interfering
with air and blood flow and preventing it from hatching. If it hatches, it’ll die, but Elisabeth
doesn’t want to disappoint Zoe.
As the colony watches Taylor lead a procession of soldiers to bury Foster, Elisabeth tells Jim
that banishing Milner shouldn’t be one man’s decision. When Jim protests that Milner confessed,
Elisabeth counters that perhaps Milner’s confession is false.
Taylor tells the colonists Milner confessed to murder and a crime against one is a crime
against all, therefore Milner will be banished. Not everyone agrees with this decision; Jim notices
that Rebecca is especially upset.
Jim tails Milner into the jungle and asks if he confessed to keep Rebecca from being banished
for killing Foster. Milner follows Jim back to Terra Nova and tells Rebecca he knows she broke
up with Foster a while back, so he tried to take the fall for her, but couldn’t go through with it.
But Rebecca denies killing Foster, adding that she was glad Foster broke it off because he
spent all his time illegally gambling at Boylan’s bar. When Jim tells Taylor about Milner’s false
confession, Taylor agrees to let Jim reopen the investigation.
As Malcolm watches Elisabeth perform a successful surgery on the ankylosaurus while it’s
still inside the egg, Jim and Washington examine Foster’s financial records and learn that someone owed Foster a lot of money.
When Jim and Taylor confront Boylan, Jim is surprised to find Josh working at the bar. He’s
angry that Josh took the job without telling him and orders him home. Josh accuses Jim of never
letting him act like an adult. Taylor arrests Boylan and closes the bar, so they can search for
Boylan’s offline financial records, which they can’t find.
When a soldier reports that Boylan has escaped, Taylor, Jim, and another soldier pursue him.
Washington says she can’t locate Boylan on the security cameras - but he’s sitting beside her,
smiling!
In the jungle, Taylor confronts the soldier, Curran, about the money he owed Foster. Curran
denies this as well as killing Foster. Then he realizes Boylan’s escape was staged, and he tries to
shoot Taylor, but his weapon’s empty. Taylor decks Curran, pulls Boylan’s ledger from Curran’s
jacket - he stole it while searching the bar - and orders Curran into the jungle at gunpoint.
Back inside Terra Nova, Jim and Taylor marvel at Milner’s willingness to take the fall - and
take Rebecca back. When Taylor thanks Boylan for his help, he replies that it’ll be the first and
last time that he’ll be doing a Taylor a favor for free.
Jim tells Josh to go back to work, saying he’s old enough to make his own decisions, but don’t
keep secrets from his family. Jim then finds Zoe and Elisabeth sleeping at the lab, waiting for
the egg to hatch. When it does, Zoe wants it for a pet.
Meanwhile, Boylan meets Mira and the Sixers outside the compound, trades medicine for
sorghum to make bootleg liquor, and asks Mira to contact 2149 Earth, noting that the sheriff’s
son wants to buy his girlfriend’s way through the portal. Mira sees this as an opportunity and
intends to take advantage of it.
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Nightfall
Season 1
Episode Number: 7
Season Episode: 7
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Monday November 7, 2011
Terry Matalas, Travis Fickett
Jon Cassar
Jason O’Mara (Jim Shannon), Stephen J. Lang (Commander Nathaniel
Taylor), Shelley Conn (Elisabeth Shannon), Landon Liboiron (Josh
Shannon), Alana Mansour (Zoe Shannon), Naomi Scott (Maddy Shannon), Christine Adams (Mira), Allison Miller (Skye), Rod Hallett (Dr.
Malcolm Wallace)
Simone Kessell (Lt. Alicia Washington), Dean Geyer (Mark Reynolds),
Damien Garvey (Boylan), Damian Walshe-Howling (Carter), Ashley
Zukerman (Lucas Taylor), Sam Parsonson (Hunter), Emelia Burns
(Reilly), Carmel Rose (Nurse Ogawa), Robert Reitano (Sixer Runner)
1ASW07
A crashing meteor wipes out all technology and wreaks havoc on the
colony. Meanwhile, Maddy and Reynolds are stuck out in the wilderness, Elisabeth and Skye work together to save a life and Taylor tries
to prevent Mira and the ”Sixers” from invading Terra Nova. Also, a
mystery man makes his presence known.
Elisabeth and Josh are off to work.
Jim is taking Zoe for a surprise. Maddy
claims that she’ll be doing homework, but
when Reynolds arrives she leaves with
him. Meanwhile, Malcolm discovers that
the mystery object was designed to be
opened only by one person, so Taylor orders him to lock it away.
Skye brings Hunter, who drank some
unfermented root beverage last week and
is still hungover, to the hospital. Elisabeth determines that Hunter has a 30foot-long parasite growing inside him and
needs immediate surgery.
Jim and Zoe enter ”The Eye,” an electronic library where all history can be experienced virtually. Zoe asks to see where she was born,
then she wants to ride a roller coaster.
Outside Terra Nova, Reynolds takes Maddy to a meadow filled with flowers that live only one
day. They share childhood stories, laughs, and an attempted first kiss. But they’re interrupted
by a huge white contrail shooting across the sky.
Taylor explains that it’s a meteor. As it explodes into the atmosphere, the meteor creates an
electromagnetic pulse that fries all of Terra Nova’s electronic equipment and weaponry. Then
when the meteor crashes, it causes a sonic wave that tears through the colony, leaving destruction and wounded in its wake.
Now they’ll have to rely on chemical lighting and candles, Taylor says. He adds that the land
mines on the perimeter are inactive, so there’s nothing to keep the dinosaurs at bay. Without
electricity, Elisabeth will have to extract Hunter’s parasite by cutting him open, Jim and Zoe are
trapped inside The Eye, and Maddy and Reynolds are forced to walk back to the colony, hoping
to make it by nightfall.
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Malcolm tells Taylor that if a chip which runs a fabricator can be repaired, they can quickly
replace the damaged chips with new ones. Washington says that Boylan can fix this chip. But
Boylan wants something in return; Taylor offers him a beat-down instead. Boylan says OK, but
it’ll take hours. Taylor wants the first chip to go the hospital; he also wants another line of
defense.
Meanwhile, Jim discovers an access hatch that leads outside The Eye, Elisabeth is slowly
pulling the parasite out of Hunter, and a Sixer tells Mira that the meteor’s electromagnetic pulse
left Terra Nova without electricity. This news gives Mira an idea.
Maddy and Reynolds realize that they won’t make it back before nightfall, so Reynolds starts
covering Maddy with a horrible smelling mud that will keep the dinosaurs away, and she returns
the favor. But a nykoraptor suddenly appears, forcing Maddy and Reynolds to take refuge in
a tree - apparently, the smell doesn’t always work - and stay there until sunrise. There they
manage that first kiss.
Elisabeth has to attend a wounded soldier, so she asks Skye to help extract the parasite. This
is difficult for Skye, because Hunter is like a brother to her.
Although Jim discovers that the access hatch is too small for him to fit, Zoe can make it. But
Zoe’s afraid that the hatch contains spiders, so Jim improvises a ”go-away, spider” song to calm
her fears. Meanwhile, the Sixers run through the jungle, using torches to force a huge dinosaur
directly into Terra Nova.
As Hunter tells Skye he wants to be more than her ”brother,” the parasite snaps in two and
disappears back inside him. Elisabeth returns and sends Skye to Boylan’s for a chip so she can
perform an electronic surgery. Then Zoe makes it though the access hatch and opens the door
manually, setting Jim free.
As the dinosaur bears down on Terra Nova, Jim and Taylor use crossbows to launch torches
into a newly dug trench that erupts into a wall of flames, stopping the beast in its tracks. Taylor
notices a spear stuck in the reptile’s hide and realizes that the dinosaur attack is just a diversion
so that the Sixers can sneak into the colony. Meanwhile, Boylan has created the replacement
chip, which Skye races back to the hospital.
Taylor and Jim find a Sixer named Carter removing the mystery object from Malcolm’s laboratory safe. When Carter shoots Taylor with an arrow, Jim disarms the intruder. But there’s a
second Sixer, who counterattacks, kicking off a fierce hand-to-hand battle that enables Carter to
run away with the object. Jim gives chase. Taylor and the Sixer draw knives and square off.
Boylan watches Jim chase Carter across rooftops, then he finds Taylor battling the Sixer.
Boylan kills the Sixer with the only bullet in his vintage revolver, but Carter escapes Jim and
hands the object to Mira. Meanwhile, Elisabeth inserts the replacement chip, completes the
surgery that kills the parasite, and saves Hunter.
The next morning, Maddy tells Reynolds that it’s been a great first date. At Terra Nova, Taylor
says he believes Mira knew where the object was hidden, and he orders Jim to determine who
gave her this information.
Back at their home, Elisabeth suggests having Skye over for dinner. Josh doesn’t want this.
When Jim wonders where Maddy is, she strolls in, acting like nothing’s happened. But what’s
that foul smell? Maddy blames the garbage incinerator and they believe her. She smiles.
That night outside Terra Nova, Mira and Carter deliver the object to a man named Lucas, who
then apologizes for not thanking them, admitting that he’s been alone in the jungle for too long.
Mira warns Lucas to be careful, because Taylor knows he’s getting close to an answer. Lucas
says that Taylor will have to kill him to stop him and that’ll be a choice between Taylor’s own
flesh and blood - Lucas is his son! - and Terra Nova.
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Proof
Season 1
Episode Number: 8
Season Episode: 8
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Monday November 14, 2011
David Graziano, Brynn Malone
Bryan Spicer
Jason O’Mara (Jim Shannon), Stephen J. Lang (Commander Nathaniel
Taylor), Shelley Conn (Elisabeth Shannon), Landon Liboiron (Josh
Shannon), Alana Mansour (Zoe Shannon), Naomi Scott (Maddy Shannon), Christine Adams (Mira), Allison Miller (Skye), Rod Hallett (Dr.
Malcolm Wallace)
Simone Kessell (Lt. Alicia Washington), Robert Coleby (Ken Horton /
Andrew Fickett), Jay Ryan (Curran), Damien Garvey (Boylan), Romy
Poulier (Kara), Scott Witt (Willy), Trent Huen (Patron), Lizzie Ballinger
(Teacher), Robert Reitano (Sixer)
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Maddy starts interning for the colony’s greatest scientist, and her life
is put in danger when she discovers a terrible secret. Meanwhile, Josh
makes a deal with the devil in order to solidify his plan to bring his
girlfriend from the future to Terra Nova.
Taylor and Jim use giant bows to fish
off the side of a large and beautiful cliff.
”When I got to Terra Nova, fish were the
only things I could hunt that couldn’t
hunt back ... One day I brought my son
out here.” Taylor trails off at the memory.
”That’s not my favorite topic,” he finishes.
Jim then gets a bite – and snags an enormous prehistoric fish. It almost pulls him
off the cliff, but Taylor grabs him at the
last moment. Whew.
Back home, Elisabeth tells Maddy that
famous geologist Ken Horton is back from
a six-month field study. Maddy is star
struck. Josh rolls his eyes. Later, Josh
works at Tom’s bar. ”Mira’s calling in her favor,” says the bartender, explaining that the Sixers need medicine – medicine that is under lock and key. ”Mira’s asking me to rob my mother?”
Josh asks. She is indeed. Just how badly does Josh want to bring his GF to Terra Nova?
Elisabeth, meanwhile, introduces Maddy to Ken, who invites the teenager to his lab. She
gushes over his latest book and fishes for an internship. Ken accepts. He also doesn’t seem to
remember much of anything that he has written in the past – whether it be in books or letters.
Strange. Later, Skye tries to convince Josh not to steal supplies from the camp. ”It’s not like I’m
giving them guns,” he says. ”They’re sick. They need medicine.” Angry and exasperated, Skye
storms off. Back home, Maddy explains to Elisabeth that Ken isn’t quite as impressive as his
reputation. ”He had a stroke,” Elisabeth says. ”He’s not the man he was.” Maddy becomes even
more suspicious when she notices that a recent autograph on one of Ken’s books doesn’t match
an older letter. Hmm.
CUT to Josh, who sneaks out of Terra Nova and into the Sixers camp. He wants assurances
that Mira can indeed deliver his GF from the future. So Mira pushes a button on a futuristic
device and a flickering hologram of Kara appears. The two briefly talk. Josh is convinced. Jim
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and Taylor, meanwhile, discover the remnants of a camp. Taylor orders Jim back to Terra Nova,
explaining that he will stay out another day. What is Taylor searching for? Sixers? His son?
Curran? CUT to Josh, who steals his mother’s ID card and then goes to the bar where Tom scans
and copies the card. Then it’s on to the lab, but mom’s card no longer works after being scanned.
So Josh uses a powerful stun gun loaned to him by Tom to SHOOT the door. The kickback in
such small quarters sends Tom HURTLING against the wall. Limping in pain, he grabs the drugs.
Now alone, Taylor follows the mysterious trail and comes upon Curran, the soldier that he
kicked out of Terra Nova for killing a fellow officer. He literally kicks the disgraced soldier while
he is down and injured. The next morning, Maddy asks Ken to please return his response to the
fan letter she wrote years ago. Ken, however, claims to have lost it. What is the scientist hiding?
To find out, Maddy later breaks into Ken’s home, finds the letter and pockets it. CUT to Taylor,
who gives Curran medicine for his injured leg. Curran wonders why Taylor is helping him. Taylor
chooses not to respond.
Back home, Maddy gives Zoe her latest theory: Ken isn’t really Ken. Instead, the man known as
Ken stole the real Ken’s identity, then had surgery so he would physically resemble the real Ken.
But how can she prove it? She hits on an idea: the letter would have the real Ken’s DNA where he
licked the envelope. So she has to get a sample of the fake Ken’s DNA to do a comparison. After
deftly stealing Ken’s coffee cup, Maddy goes to the lab to perform the test. Malcolm, who never
liked Ken, agrees to help. Unfortunately, the test shows a DNA match. Maddy was apparently
wrong. Unbeknownst to Maddy and Malcolm, Ken is listening in on their conversation from
behind a wall.
Josh then meets with Tom, who hatches a plan to take the heat off the young boy. He strikes
a deal with a drunk named Willie. If Willie takes the fall, Tom will forgive the man’s considerable
debts. So Willie stumbles into the hospital high on the drugs stolen by Josh. Elisabeth immediately calls Jim, who agrees to search Willie’s place. That evening, Taylor squares off against
the lizard creature that injured Curran. He repels the beast basically by standing his ground,
shouting and waving a flaming stick. So Curran remains safe. Why all the effort from Taylor?
He explains that he might just let Curran return to Terra Nova if Curran goes undercover at the
Sixer camp. ”You’re going to find out for me who inside Terra Nova is supplying information to
Mira,” Taylor says.
Maddy, meanwhile, does some more digging at the hologram library and discovers that Ken’s
longtime assistant disappeared under mysterious circumstances shortly before Ken came to
Terra Nova. Maddy does a bit more research and discovers that a man’s body was found in
Ken’s neighborhood – unidentifiable and badly mutilated. What if the assistant was the one who
actually mailed the letter (thus, the DNA match), but still killed the famous doctor and then stole
his identity/face. Once again, Ken is lurking nearby and this time confronts the teenager, who
manages to escape and flee the library.
Later, Maddy goes to school to pick up Zoe, but the teacher explains that fake Ken was there
earlier to pick up the little girl. Maddy is horrified and races to the orchard, where she finds fake
Ken holding Zoe. He agrees to let Zoe free if Maddy sticks around to ”talk.” Maddy tells Zoe to run
home and tell Jim that she will be home in time to cook the asparagus. This must be some kind
of code. Later, fake Ken pulls out a deadly spider that he plans to use to kill the young woman.
Jim appears out of nowhere and PUNCHES fake Ken in the face. Maddy is saved. Back home,
he and Elisabeth talk about how asparagus is a family ”panic word.” He has also discovered that
Willie didn’t steal the drugs. Willie, under questioning, reveals that Tom put him up to it.
Josh walks into the kitchen and returns a vial of the stolen drugs. Jim’s and Elisabeth’s jaws
drop. ”You stole from your mother?” Jim asks. Josh then explains that he gave the medicine to
the Sixers in exchange for bringing Kara to Terra Nova ... and that Tom arranged everything. Jim
rushes out of the house to arrest Tom, who insists that he is telling the truth about the Sixers.
”I don’t know how she does it, but Mira can talk to the future,” Tom gasps. Jim then tells Taylor,
who doesn’t know how this is possible... or maybe he does. ”Lucas,” Taylor sighs. ”The kid’s a
genius.” In fact, Lucas was recruited to develop such a technology. As for why Lucas left, well,
Taylor isn’t saying.
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Vs.
Season 1
Episode Number: 9
Season Episode: 9
Originally aired:
Writer:
Director:
Show Stars:
Guest Stars:
Production Code:
Summary:
Monday November 21, 2011
Jose Molina
Bryan Spicer
Jason O’Mara (Jim Shannon), Stephen J. Lang (Commander Nathaniel
Taylor), Shelley Conn (Elisabeth Shannon), Landon Liboiron (Josh
Shannon), Alana Mansour (Zoe Shannon), Naomi Scott (Maddy Shannon), Christine Adams (Mira), Allison Miller (Skye), Rod Hallett (Dr.
Malcolm Wallace)
Simone Kessell (Lt. Alicia Washington), Dean Geyer (Mark Reynolds),
Damien Garvey (Boylan), Ashley Zukerman (Lucas Taylor), Morgana Davies (Leah Marcos), Matthew Scully (Dunham), Emelia Burns
(Reilly), Stephen Leeder (General Philbrick), Levi Miller (General
Philbrick (Child)), Angus Freer (Sam)
1ASW09
Taylor looks for the Sixer mole that Mira sent into Terra Nova. Jim
looks into an old murder, for which it looks like Taylor might be guilty.
Lucas enters the Sixers’ treehouse,
and Mira asks, ”What have you got for
me today?” Meanwhile, Boylan admits
to trading medicine with the Sixers for
money, but he denies ever giving them information. He says that he doesn’t know
where Lucas is or how Mira communicates with 2149. Taylor doesn’t buy this
and keeps Boylan confined.
Josh and Maddy prepare for the Harvest Festival, which celebrates the day
that Taylor first came through the portal.
Zoe will be portraying Taylor in a stage
play that depicts the colony’s history.
After Taylor orders Reynolds to lead a
medical supply run to a nearby outpost, Jim asks Taylor about Boylan, who’s talking nonsense
because Taylor drugged him to break down his defenses. When Taylor’s called away, Boylan hallucinating that Jim is Taylor - says that Taylor left the truth buried by Pilgrim’s Tree, and if
this were known, it’d be all over for Taylor.
Malcolm tells Jim that Pilgrim’s Tree is where Taylor lived when he arrived at Terra Nova, and
he provides its location. Jim goes there, digs up a skeleton, and brings it to Elisabeth, who says
that this was a middle-aged man with half an arm missing who’d been shot in the ribs and buried
for several years. Jim explains that Boylan tipped him to this and asks Elisabeth to determine
the dead man’s identity.
While the Sixers ambush Reynolds and company, a prehistoric dragonfly interrupts the Harvest Festival play’s rehearsal. When a soldier swats it down, Maddy notices that the dragonfly
has a microchip attached. Malcolm discovers that the Sixers are somehow directing the dragonfly and using it like a carrier pigeon to communicate with their spy inside Terra Nova. But the
microchip is now damaged and so is the insect’s wing, so they can’t release it and track it to its
intended destination.
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Reynolds returns and tells Taylor that the Sixers knew everything about their mission. Washington observes Boylan was in custody when the mission was planned, so he couldn’t have
informed the Sixers. Taylor orders Boylan’s release.
Meanwhile, Elisabeth discovers that the skeleton’s DNA doesn’t match up with anyone who’s
come through the portal; the molecular signature resulting from time displacement shows that
this person somehow arrived between pilgrimages.
Jim tells Boylan that he found the body under Pilgrim’s Tree. Boylan reluctantly explains that
he helped Taylor bury the body. He doesn’t know who it was, only that Lucas asked the dead
man to come through the portal and Lucas has never been seen again.
Malcolm finds Elisabeth working on the skeleton and tells Taylor about this. Jim claims an
anonymous note led him to find it. Taylor says that the body is probably a Sixer who falsified his
DNA to cover a criminal record.
While Elisabeth worries about Taylor’s finding the skeleton because she knows Jim won’t stop
his investigation, Malcolm tells Taylor that the dragonfly was traveling back and forth in response
to a sub-sonic tone, and he’s discovered what that is. He’s also surgically repaired its wing and
applied a tracking chip, so if the spy is still broadcasting that tone, the dragonfly will lead them
to the traitor.
But now it’s Harvest Festival time, and as the kids enact their play, Jim notices the child
playing General Philbrick is pretending to be missing the lower half of his arm! Jim and Elisabeth
have seen enough, especially when they remember news reports of Philbrick being killed in action
but no body being found.
Meanwhile, the dragonfly leads Taylor and Malcolm to the Shannons’ house, and Taylor arrests Jim on charges of spying. Taylor doesn’t believe this, but he wants Jim to drop the investigation. Jim refuses and asks Taylor why he killed Philbrick. Taylor replies that it was him or
me, and admits that Philbrick ordered him to give up his command - but the people who sent
Philbrick also sent the Sixers. Taylor says that they want him dead because he discovered they
don’t see Terra Nova as a second chance, rather as an opportunity to strip this new world of its
resources and send them to 2149.
Jim points out that people can only go from 2149 to Terra Nova. Taylor says when he discovered Lucas was working on changing that, he destroyed Lucas’s work and Lucas left the
colony. When Taylor tracked him down, Philbrick suddenly materialized and ordered Taylor to
step down. Taylor refused, Philbrick attacked, and Taylor killed him. Lucas pulled a gun on Taylor, who disarmed him and banished him from the colony. Lucas vowed he’ll see Taylor again,
but Taylor hasn’t seen him in five years.
Taylor adds that Lucas has continued his work, inscribing it on rocks that Taylor’s found.
(So have Skye and Josh.) Taylor claims that he’s kept this from the colony less they become
disheartened and give up. Then he asks Jim if he were in Taylor’s shoes, would he let Terra Nova
be ruined or fight back? Jim says he’d fight. Taylor sets him free.
As Jim reunites with Elisabeth, Taylor tells Malcolm that Jim’s not a spy. Malcolm doesn’t
understand how the dragonfly misled them and accuses Taylor of planting a sub-sonic device in
Jim’s house. Taylor tells him to enjoy the festival.
Taylor then addresses the festival crowd, saying that we’re all in this together and without all
of you, I’d have nothing, so today I give thanks for all. When Taylor finishes his speech, fireworks
light up the sky.
Somewhere in the jungle, Lucas listens to the fireworks . . .
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Now You See Me
Season 1
Episode Number: 10
Season Episode: 10
Originally aired:
Writer:
Director:
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Guest Stars:
Production Code:
Summary:
Monday November 28, 2011
Paul Grellong
Karen Gaviola
Jason O’Mara (Jim Shannon), Stephen J. Lang (Commander Nathaniel
Taylor), Shelley Conn (Elisabeth Shannon), Landon Liboiron (Josh
Shannon), Alana Mansour (Zoe Shannon), Naomi Scott (Maddy Shannon), Christine Adams (Mira), Allison Miller (Skye), Rod Hallett (Dr.
Malcolm Wallace)
Dean Geyer (Mark Reynolds), Damian Walshe-Howling (Carter), Caroline Brazier (Deborah), Matthew Scully (Dunham), Emelia Burns
(Reilly)
1ASW10
Taylor and Mira square-off in the jungle where he learns more about
her plans and about his son. But then they both face a pre-historic enemy they must conquer together. Meanwhile, the ”Sixer” mole scrambles to cover its tracks as Terra Nova goes on lockdown and Jim closes
in. Also, Zoe faces a difficult decision as the Ankylosaur she has been
caring for grows rapidly.
A dinosaur blinks. It’s the baby ankylosaurus that Zoe asked to keep as a pet,
and she just loves it.
Meanwhile, Taylor tells Skye that he’ll
be gone for 24 hours. He knows it’s
the three-year anniversary of her parents’ death from syncillic fever, and he
suggests they walk together to Memorial
Field upon his return. Taylor puts Jim in
command until he gets back.
Taylor motorcycles to a waterfall, rappels to the river below, sees the calculations Lucas left on the rocks - and the
remains of a campfire. When he looks
closer, Mira appears and holds him at
gunpoint. She wants to see if Lucas has gotten closer to an answer, too. Taylor thinks he has.
”Lousy day to be you,” says Mira.
Josh apologizes to Skye for stealing the medicine, and getting her involved with the Sixers
and the problems that caused. When Skye notes that reinforcements and weapons are coming
on the Eleventh Pilgrimage - and so is Kara - Josh becomes uncomfortable, saying things have
changed and so has he.
Flashes of light are seen in the tree line. Jim thinks that it’s the Sixers. Reynolds finds a return
signal coming from the New Construction area. When Jim and Reynolds search the building, Jim
spots a drop of blood in a can of paint sealant.
As Mira tells a handcuffed Taylor that her vehicle is two kilometers away, Taylor runs away.
Mira fires a blast that stops him.
Back at the hospital, Malcolm orders the baby ankylosaurus’s return to the wild, explaining
that it’ll be unable to coexist with others unless it’s released now. Elisabeth, knowing how Zoe
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feels, asks for one more day. Meanwhile, Skye, who works there, steals away to use a device that
instantly heals her bleeding hand.
Jim brings the blood and sealant to Elisabeth for analysis. She can’t extract the DNA from
this, but Malcolm can.
Taylor asks Mira how so many Sixers were on one pilgrimage. Mira says her deep-pocketed
employers gamed the lottery and if Taylor hadn’t caught on, she’d be back in 2149 with her
daughter already. Taylor sneers. Mira smacks him, explaining she’s an ex-con who couldn’t
afford medicine for her sick daughter and took an opportunity a better life for them.
When pterosaurs appear overhead, Taylor slips away, then surprises Mira, defeats her in
hand-to-hand combat, and takes her prisoner. Then two slashers appear in the bushes.
After a Sixer radios that Skye is late for a meeting, Skye volunteers to join Josh’s ditch-digging
detail.
Mira tells Taylor that the reason Lucas hates him stems from Somalia. When Mira asks what
happened there, Taylor grabs her by the throat. Then they realize they’re being watched.
After Malcolm tells Jim the DNA extraction is too difficult, Jim smashes up the lab until
Malcolm cooperates. Jim and Elisabeth then catch Zoe trying to sneak off with the baby ankylosaurus.
Skye slips away from the work detail and meets the Sixer, who takes her their headquarters,
where she gives Carter a device loaded with intelligence information. Carter then allows Skye to
see her sick mother, adding that it if wasn’t for Mira’s ”wonder cure,” the woman wouldn’t be
alive.
After Elisabeth tells Jim that getting the DNA from the blood sample that Malcolm extracted
will take a day, Skye arrives - and sees the blood work in progress.
When a slasher’s appearance distracts Taylor, Mira runs. Taylor blasts the slashers, which
chase Mira, followed by Taylor, to a cliff above the waterfall. The slashers attack, forcing Taylor
and Mira to jump over the falls. They survive, but they’ve lost the gun. Taylor and Mira realize
that the slashers are young couple marking out fresh territory for themselves, so they won’t stop
attacking.
Taylor hands Mira a knife. They’ll fight the slashers here and live to fight each other later.
Meanwhile, Skye contaminates the blood sample, which stops the process at 80 percent complete.
As Taylor constructs a bow, Mira cooks up a bag of tar. Meanwhile, Jim finds Zoe playing
”mean mommy” and baby ankylosaurus with her stuffed animals, so he voices the baby’s desire
to be reunited with its mother.
When Elisabeth tells Jim about the destroyed DNA sample, Jim wants a list of people who had
access to the hospital. However, Elisabeth recovered enough data to determine the DNA came
from a female, so there are 47 suspects.
Taylor notices Mira’s tattoo, and asks if she was a secessionist. Mira replies she worked
security for them, but when the movement was defeated, she was imprisoned. Taylor says that
she’s always choosing the wrong side.
When the male slasher appears, Mira hits it with a flaming arrow and Taylor throws a flaming
spear that ignites the tar bag attached to Mira’s arrow. As the slasher wails and roars, the female
slasher charges, then moves toward her wounded mate, who leads their retreat. Taylor says he
and Mira could’ve been allies in a parallel universe. Mira agrees.
As the Shannons release the baby ankylosaurus - Elisabeth has implanted with a chip so Zoe
can track it - to the wild, its cries are heard by a female ankylosaurus, which comes over and
nuzzles the baby. Everyone’s happy.
Taylor returns to the colony and tells Jim that Lucas is making progress. He also tells Skye
that they’ll take that walk in 15 minutes and her parents would be proud to see the woman
she’s become, then wonders if there’s something on her mind. Skye says no, but her face says
something else.
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Within
Season 1
Episode Number: 11
Season Episode: 11
Originally aired:
Writer:
Director:
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Guest Stars:
Production Code:
Summary:
Monday December 12, 2011
Barbara Marshall (I)
Karen Gaviola
Jason O’Mara (Jim Shannon), Shelley Conn (Elisabeth Shannon), Landon Liboiron (Josh Shannon), Alana Mansour (Zoe Shannon), Naomi
Scott (Maddy Shannon), Christine Adams (Mira), Allison Miller (Skye),
Rod Hallett (Dr. Malcolm Wallace), Stephen J. Lang (Commander
Nathaniel Taylor)
Simone Kessell (Lt. Alicia Washington), Ashley Zukerman (Lucas Taylor), Dean Geyer (Mark Reynolds), Damian Walshe-Howling (Carter),
Emelia Burns (Reilly), Peter Lamb (Casey Durwin), Matthew Scully
(Dunham), Damien Garvey (Boylan), Jay Ryan (Curran), Caroline Brazier (Deborah)
1ASW11
As the arrival of the 11th Pilgrimage draws closer, Terra Nova braces
for war and Lucas steps up his assembly of the mystery device as
Skye is reunited with someone familiar to her. Meanwhile, Taylor and
Shannon confront the mole.
As pteranodons fly overhead, Taylor
and Jim approach the Terminus, which
is where people arrive on Terra Nova from
2149. Taylor wants Jim to capture the
Sixers’ spy before the 11th Pilgrimage arrives. He puts the Terminus on a 24-hour
watch.
Jim questions Skye’s whereabouts
when the DNA equipment was destroyed.
She claims that she was playing chess
with Josh at her house. Meanwhile,
Maddy’s computer crashes. Josh says
that the core is broken and Durwin might
have one for trade.
Skye asks Josh to confirm the lies she
told Jim. Josh, who doesn’t believe that Skye is a spy, agrees to do so.
Skye steals a tape from a relay station and takes it to the Sixers camp, where she’s surprised to
find Taylor’s son, Lucas. Lucas has solved the problem of how to transport people from Terra Nova
back to 2149. But the final calculations will take weeks. He wants Skye to use the computing
power inside the Eye to do this quickly - or he’ll kill her mother.
Jim orders that a security camera be trained on a drainage ditch that could be a way in and
out of the colony. Then he asks Josh about Skye’s story, and Josh covers for her.
Meanwhile, Skye enters the data card that Lucas gave her into the Eye, and Durwin tells
Maddy that she’s got nothing worth trading for, although his wheelchair does need a tire.
When Skye returns to the Sixers’ camp, Lucas plugs in the data card. As complex equations
appear on his computer screen, Skye says that she’s seen them on the rocks near the waterfall,
but she didn’t tell Taylor. Lucas tells Skye that he’s hated his father ever since August 2138. She
asks why. Ask him, replies Lucas.
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Jim watches footage of Skye reentering the colony through the drainage ditch. He confronts
Josh, who admits lying for Skye. Then Jim tells Taylor what he knows. Taylor first wants Curran
- the banished soldier who’s now living with the Sixers - to confirm that Skye is the spy, then he
gets another idea.
While playing chess with Skye, Taylor mentions that he’ll be leading a supply convoy to Outpost 3. Meanwhile, Maddy asks Reynolds to get her a tire.
Taylor and Jim watch footage of Skye entering the drainage ditch. Taylor expects that the
Sixers will attack the convoy, and he wants Jim to tail them, ready to counterattack.
When Jim hears a noise and movement in the tree line, he fires a shot into the trees. It’s only
three brachiosauruses, chewing on the treetops.
Back at the Sixers’ camp, Mira is angry that Skye didn’t tell her about the convoy. Skye claims
that she didn’t know. Mira threatens to withhold Skye’s mother’s medicine unless she provides
better information. Skye replies that she helped Lucas - Mira’s surprised to learn this - and if
anything happens to her mother, she’s through with spying.
Taylor wonders why the convoy wasn’t attacked. Jim figures that Skye didn’t tell Mira, noting
that Skye’s only been giving them minimal information because the Sixers are holding something
over Skye.
Meanwhile, Lucas tells Skye that he’ll be returning to 2149, but she shouldn’t go back to the
colony because his employers - who also hired the Sixers - are coming and they’ll kill everyone
who resists. Skye wants to know why. ”Control the past and you control the future,” replies
Lucas, who is overjoyed that Taylor will know his son has finally defeated him.
Maddy gives Durwin the tire she got from Reynolds. But Boylan beat her to it, and he got
Durwin’s last computer core in return. Maddy tries to barter with Boylan, who needs the core
to run his business, offering her organizational skills. Boylan refuses. He doesn’t want to have
the sheriff’s daughter accessing his books, but then he gives her the core, asking her to tell Jim
about this act of charity.
Skye tells her mother - who didn’t know - about the spying. Skye’s mother wants her to tell
Taylor everything, and she urges her daughter to not come back, because she’s now ready to die.
After a teary-eyed embrace, Skye leaves.
Jim gives Taylor the hacked cards that Skye used to access Relay Station 9, so they go there.
So does Skye, who reveals that the Sixers have a treatment for syncillic fever and that Lucas is
heading for the Terminus.
Lucas uses his computer to send a burst of energy from the Terminus’ portal that flattens the
guards. Then Taylor and Jim arrive and order him away. With swirls of light emanating from his
hands, Lucas says that firing their sonic blasters will destroy the portal, cutting off Terra Nova
from the future forever. When Taylor refuses to admit defeat, Lucas enters the portal. With a
flash of light, the door closes, and he’s gone!
Skye learns that Curran brought her mother and the Sixers’ medicine - which Elisabeth believes that Malcolm can duplicate - to the colony’s hospital. Taylor tells Jim that, unlike Curran,
most people don’t get an opportunity to atone for their mistakes. He explains that Lucas’ mother
died in August 2138 because he couldn’t save her. Lucas has never forgiven him.
Taylor believes that Lucas has gone back to 2149 and that the people behind him and the
Sixers will be coming on the 11th Pilgrimage with all their might. Upon learning this, Josh
wonders if Kara will be on the 11th Pilgrimage.
Taylor tells the colony what’s happened. He says that they’ll fight and they’ll win. Everyone
nods in grim agreement.
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Occupation (1)
Season 1
Episode Number: 12
Season Episode: 12
Originally aired:
Writer:
Director:
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Summary:
Monday December 19, 2011
Brynn Malone, Barbara Marshall (I)
Jon Cassar
Jason O’Mara (Jim Shannon), Stephen J. Lang (Commander Nathaniel
Taylor), Shelley Conn (Elisabeth Shannon), Landon Liboiron (Josh
Shannon), Alana Mansour (Zoe Shannon), Naomi Scott (Maddy Shannon), Christine Adams (Mira), Allison Miller (Skye), Rod Hallett (Dr.
Malcolm Wallace)
Simone Kessell (Lt. Alicia Washington), Jay Ryan (Curran), Damien
Garvey (Boylan), Matthew Scully (Dunham), Peter Lamb (Casey Durwin), Emelia Burns (Reilly), Damian Walshe-Howling (Carter), Dean
Geyer (Mark Reynolds), Ashley Zukerman (Lucas Taylor), Caroline
Brazier (Deborah)
1ASW12
The 11th Pilgrimage arrives in Terra Nova and the mysterious Phoenix
Group in 2149 makes its move to pillage the past with the help of
Lucas and Mira.
We open in 2149, where the sky is yellow and Lucas is scheming Weaver about
raiding Terra Nova. ”We’ll get in,” Lucas
says. ”We have the best army money can
buy.” CUT to hordes of armed and uniformed men marching in unison. Uh oh.
Meanwhile, in the past, Taylor readies his men for battle. One advantage: the
soldiers know that Lucas and his army
will arrive through the portal. Later, Josh
asks his dad if he too can fight. ”It’s too
dangerous,” Jim says. ”I need you here
looking after your sisters.” Do Jim and
Elisabeth, who will tend to the wounded,
head to the front. Soon enough, the portal begins to flicker and glow. Something is coming through. Out steps a regular-looking man
with a backpack ... followed by a woman and their child. More people from the 11th pilgrimage
come through. One of them is Josh’s girlfriend. Jim takes her aside.
Then a man comes through and opens his coat to reveal a bomb. He EXPLODES. Later,
a wounded Jim awakens in the infirmary. His ears ring loudly. Jim wanders outside to find
that Terra Nova has been all but destroyed. Enemy soldiers patrol the camp. Mira and Lucas,
meanwhile, have taken Taylor’s place at camp headquarters. Elisabeth appears and pulls Taylor
away from the guards. She explains that he has been asleep for three days. The kids are safe,
but 26 others were killed when the enemy stormed the camp. Taylor, meanwhile, is missing. Jim
returns home to find Josh crying. His girlfriend, Kara, died in the blast. Josh blames himself and
then hugs his dad.
Jim then heads to Tom’s bar, where enemy soldiers drink and carouse. Washington sits at a
table by herself. She explains that the soldiers make up a private army called the Phoenix Group.
Washington laments not being able to defend the camp. ”They came here to strip mine the place,
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but how are they going to ship anything back to 2149 when they blew up the terminus?’ Jim asks.
Washington explains that the Phoenix Group has a special transport device that was broken with
a run-in with a Carno. Malcolm is fixing it. So Jim heads to the infirmary and finds that Malcolm
is reluctantly cooperating. The good doctor agrees to fix the device as slowly as possible so as to
buy Jim time.
Mira and Lucas, meanwhile, arrive at the infirmary to interrogate Jim, who pretends to be deaf
and disoriented from the blast. Malcolm sells the ruse and Jim is soon dismissed. Later, Skye is
brought before Lucas, who begins to creepily flirt with the teen. ”Don’t betray me again,” he finally
warns. ”Next time I won’t be so forgiving.” Elisabeth then summons Jim to the infirmary. She
has removed many bullets from Phoenix Group soldiers and discovered numbers hand-etched
on the slugs. Jim grins, explaining that they are map coordinates. Taylor etched the numbers to
identify a rendezvous point.
Later, Malcolm creates a diversion, arguing with a Phoenix soldier so that Jim can slip undetected into the back of a truck leaving Terra Nova in a caravan. When the caravan stops, Jim
ducks out into the nearby jungle. He overhears as Lucas and the men discuss how they plan
to firebomb the jungle to remove any wildlife. For fun, Weaver grabs a gun and kills a harmless
brontosaurus. Jim then heads to the rendezvous point and finds Reynolds and Taylor waiting
with a small group of soldiers. One of the soldiers, Riley, volunteers to trace the blast signal and
defuse the bomb. Weaver, looking through binoculars from a faraway ridge, spots the rebels. Just
as Weaver is about to detonate the bomb, Riley manages to disarm it. Lucas is FURIOUS. Score
one for the elder Taylor.
Jim then returns to camp, hiding a transmitter given to him by Taylor. ”That was too close,”
he grimly tells his family. The next day, Taylor attaches the transmitter to Lucas’s rover. Cue a
MONTAGE of Taylor intercepting various patrol caravans, taking out men with booby traps and
ambushes. ”Someone’s helping my father,” Lucas seethes. CUT to the bar, where Josh angrily
serves a drink to Lucas. He is shocked when Skye is escorted to Lucas’s table. Lucas begins
stroking Lucas’s face. ”Stop it,” cries Skye. Josh then cracks a metal tray over Lucas’s head.
Skye flees the bar and runs to Jim.
Jim enters the bar to find that his son has been severely beaten by the guards. ”I’m going
to have to make an example of you,” Lucas tells a bleeding Josh. Suddenly, Jim leaps at Lucas,
BASHING him in the head with a metal bar. A furious bar fight ensues as Jim takes on multiple
Phoenix soldiers. It all ends when the thugs draw their weapons. Jim is then forced to empty his
pockets, revealing the transmitter. Lucas DEMANDS to know where to find Taylor. Jim doesn’t
answer, so Lucas has Jim and Josh taken to the brig.
To be continued...
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Resistance (2)
Season 1
Episode Number: 13
Season Episode: 13
Originally aired:
Writer:
Director:
Show Stars:
Guest Stars:
Production Code:
Summary:
Monday December 19, 2011
Terry Matalas, Travis Fickett
Jon Cassar
Jason O’Mara (Jim Shannon), Stephen J. Lang (Commander Nathaniel
Taylor), Shelley Conn (Elisabeth Shannon), Landon Liboiron (Josh
Shannon), Alana Mansour (Zoe Shannon), Naomi Scott (Maddy Shannon), Christine Adams (Mira), Allison Miller (Skye), Rod Hallett (Dr.
Malcolm Wallace)
Emelia Burns (Reilly), Jay Ryan (Curran), Damien Garvey (Boylan),
Matthew Scully (Dunham), Peter Lamb (Casey Durwin), Ashley Zukerman (Lucas Taylor), Simone Kessell (Lt. Alicia Washington), Dean
Geyer (Mark Reynolds), Damian Walshe-Howling (Carter), Caroline
Brazier (Deborah)
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Jim and Taylor fight against the Phoenix Group. A major decision is
made regarding the future of Terra Nova after a colonist is forced to
make the ultimate sacrifice.
Later, Lucas arrives to continue the interrogation. He releases Josh at Skye’s
request – and then threatens Jim with
torture until he reveals Taylor’s location.
Meanwhile, Elisabeth treats Weaver for
bug bite – and then reveals that she has
injected the man from the future with a
deadly parasite. ”Lucas Taylor is detaining my husband and you are going to help
me get him out in exchange for the cure,”
Elisabeth explains. ”Do we have a deal?”
We do. And it couldn’t come at a better
time because Lucas is busy SHOCKING
Jim with a cattle prod. The torture is only
interrupted when Lucas stops to tell the
story of how Taylor was fighting in Somalia when rebels captured Lucas’s mother. Taylor had to
choose – surrender or have his wife killed. Taylor refused to surrender and Lucas watched as his
mother was murdered. Obviously, the boy has never forgiven his old man.
Just then, Weaver enters, telling Lucas that he is needed elsewhere. Weaver then sneaks
Jim into the infirmary and demands the cure from Elisabeth, who admits she was bluffing.
She quickly injects Weaver with a sedative. The brontosaurus killer keels over and the Shannon
family makes a run for it. They are joined by Washington, who has swiped from a drunken
guard a device that will turn off a section of the fence. She volunteers to distract the guards
so the family can make it all the way to the tree line. ”There’s no other way,” she says. ”Save
your family.” Washington then leaves, setting off an explosion before being corralled by Phoenix
soldiers. She is brought before Lucas.
Taylor watches through binoculars from beyond the fence as Lucas shoots Washington in
the head. He lowers the binoculars in shame and sadness. The Shannons, meanwhile, scramble
into Taylor’s waiting rover. Thanks to Washington’s sacrifice, they’ve escaped. By morning, the
Shannons arrive at the rebel camp. Maddy is reunited with Reynolds. Back at Terra Nova, Mira
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has returned from the ”Badlands,” which she explored at Weaver’s request. She found ”something” – something obviously special. But what is it? CUT to the rebel camp. Jim tells Taylor
that Washington spoke of a past battle before her death. Taylor remembers the battle in which
his forces were trapped and outnumbered on an island and blew up the only bridge so that the
enemy couldn’t bring reinforcements. Taylor likes the suggestion. He proposes to Jim that they
blow up Hope Plaza. ”That means no more meds, no more technology, no more colonists,” Jim
warns. ”We’ll just have to survive out here with what we’ve got.” Grunts Taylor: ”We’ll survive.
But, first, let’s kick some ass.” Jim then breaks the news to Elisabeth – and readies for war.
Taylor soon arrives with two soldiers – Reynolds and Dunham – dressed in Phoenix Group
uniforms taken from not-so-fortunate enemies. Back at Terra Nova, Skye approaches Lucas and
begs his forgiveness. ”What if I told you that I knew how to get in touch with your father?” Skye
asks. She offers to lure Taylor into an ambush – and leads Lucas to a spot in the jungle. Of
course, the ambush turns out to be for Lucas, who is soon surrounded by Taylor’s men. Skye
smirks at Lucas. CUT to Jim, who hides in the cargo hold of a Phoenix truck driven by Dunham
and Reynolds. The disguised soldiers unload the cargo and send it through the portal, hurtling
Jim back to the future.
So Jim arrives in 2149 – just as Lucas manages to escape his bonds and BASH Skye’s head
into the side of the rover. Meanwhile, Taylor and Elisabeth watch the portal through binoculars.
Taylor tells Elisabeth that once the portal is ”un-tethered,” Jim will return to the past within
three clicks of the location. They’ll just have to find him. CUT to Jim, who hides in the cargo
bin as Weaver explains to some well-dressed old men that they are all now very rich. Jim notices
that the cargo bin contains a dino. He releases the creature from its cage just as Weaver opens
the door. The dino ATTACKS the baddies, crushing one underfoot. As Weaver flees, Jim sneaks
out of the bin and disappears into the depth of the industrial complex. He fights off some guards
and then arms the bomb.
CUT back to the past, where Taylor gets a call from Skye: Lucas has escaped and is likely
heading toward the portal. Sure enough, Taylor intercepts his son, KNOCKING him to the ground.
”This is the first time I’m glad your mother is dead,” Taylor says. ”She would be so ashamed of
what you have become.” Lucas begins to weep, and reaches up to hug his father – and STABS
him in the gut. Suddenly, a SHOT rings out. Lucas falls to the ground, shot by Skye. She then
runs to Taylor, who is gasping in pain.
CUT to the future, where Jim rounds a corner and discovers Weaver holding a gun. ”Do you
know what you’ve cost us!?” Weaver screams. Just then, the dino appears and BITES Weaver’s
head, whipping him back and forth. Jim turns and sprints toward the portal with the dino in
hot pursuit. Behind them, the facility EXPLODES. CUT to the past, where Jim emerges from the
jungle to embrace Elisabeth. Mission accomplished. Skye, meanwhile, goes to Lucas’s body, but
discovers it is gone. The Taylor boy lives.
Later that night, a Phoenix soldier explains to Mira that Hope Plaza has been destroyed. ”We’re
stuck here ... forever,” he says. Mira’s jaw drops. She will never again see her daughter. The next
morning, the surviving rebels return home to Terra Nova and are greeted by a throng of recently
liberated citizens. Turns out the remaining Phoenix Group soldiers – about 100 men – have all
retreated to the north ... to the Badlands. But why? Taylor and Jim then open the cargo bin
containing the ”something special” that Mira found in the Badlands. It contains what appears to
be an ancient statue. ”It’s not a statue,” Taylor says. ”It’s the prow of a ship.” An 18th century
ship from the looks of it. So how did it arrive in the past? What is in the Badlands? What does
the Phoenix Group know?
But those are questions for another day. The long ordeal ends with the Shannons watching a
meteor shower from their porch inside Terra Nova. Safe. For now.
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Actor Appearances
B
Lizzie Ballinger . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
108 (Teacher)
Vienna Bostock. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1
104 (Desk Nurse)
Caroline Brazier . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
110 (Deborah); 111 (Deborah); 112 (Deborah); 113
(Deborah)
Byron J. Brochmann . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
103 (Tower Guard); 105 (Guard)
Emelia Burns. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
105 (Reilly); 107 (Reilly); 109 (Reilly); 110 (Reilly);
111 (Reilly); 112 (Reilly); 113 (Reilly)
C
Yves Chapand . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
103 (Scientist)
Jo Christiaans. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1
105 (Selena McMillen)
Don Christopher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
105 (Karem McMillen)
Robert Coleby . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
108 (Ken Horton / Andrew Fickett)
Nicholas G. Cooper. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
103 (Robert Stanley); 105 (Robert Stanley)
D
Eka Darville . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
101 (Max); 102 (Max); 104 (Max)
Morgana Davies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
105 (Leah Marcos); 109 (Leah Marcos)
Aisha Dee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
101 (Tasha); 102 (Tasha)
F
Angus Freer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
105 (Sam); 109 (Sam)
G
Damien Garvey . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
104 (Boylan); 106 (Boylan); 107 (Boylan); 108 (Boylan); 109 (Boylan); 111 (Boylan); 112 (Boylan);
113 (Boylan)
H
Mido Hamada . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
101 (Guzman); 102 (Guzman)
Trent Huen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
108 (Patron)
L
Peter Lamb . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
103 (Casey Durwin); 105 (Casey Durwin); 106 (Casey
Durwin); 111 (Casey Durwin); 112 (Casey Durwin); 113 (Casey Durwin)
Stephen Leeder. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1
109 (General Philbrick)
M
Levi Miller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
109 (General Philbrick (Child))
Terrence Mullings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
104 (Brady); 105 (Brady)
O
Louis Toshio Okada . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
103 (Lt. Okuda)
P
Deshay Padayachey . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
105 (Rajib Swarup)
Alice Parkinson. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1
106 (Rebecca Milner)
Sam Parsonson. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
101 (Hunter); 102 (Hunter); 104 (Hunter); 107 (Hunter)
Anna Lise Phillips . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
104 (Teresa)
Alex Pinder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
104 (Dr. Jonathan Guagenti)
Romy Poulier . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
102 (Kara); 108 (Kara)
Robert Preston . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
101 (Drake); 102 (Drake)
Ross Price . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
103 (Fish Filleter)
R
Robert Reitano . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
107 (Sixer Runner); 108 (Sixer)
Steve Rodgers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
106 (Howard Milner)
Carmel Rose . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
107 (Nurse Ogawa)
Jay Ryan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
106 (Curran); 108 (Curran); 111 (Curran); 112 (Curran); 113 (Curran)
S
Matthew Scully . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
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105 (Dunham); 109 (Dunham); 110 (Dunham); 111
(Dunham); 112 (Dunham); 113 (Dunham)
T
Valentino Del Toro . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
102 (Dr. Katseles)
W
Mikhael Wilder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
103 (Gillers)
Scott Witt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
108 (Willy)
Y
Sweeney Young . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
106 (Foster)
Z
Ashley Zukerman . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
107 (Lucas Taylor); 109 (Lucas Taylor); 111 (Lucas
Taylor); 112 (Lucas Taylor); 113 (Lucas Taylor)
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