In a broadcast, the Nova Group promises the world a demonstration of their power on October 19. Tom and Diana apprehend Gary, but he refuses to give any information about October 19. ...
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In a broadcast, the Nova Group promises the world a demonstration of their power on October 19. Tom and Diana apprehend Gary, but he refuses to give any information about October 19. Meanwhile, it's learned that Shawn has been funding the Nova Group for months, unaware of their murderous intent. Meanwhile, Shawn helps Isabelle deal with the guilt of her mother's impending death. Lily dies peacefully. Written by
Amjad (Helsinki, Finland)
Being off the medication lets the rest of the 4400 also develop new abilities or refines the ones they had. In some cases it is great like for Alana and Tom who can now make little trips into fantasy land now and then. But in others it makes life tedious, like for Maia who knows everything that will happen and basically lives a re-run.
Pretty sad for Lily, must such to be 29 and then suddenly wake up as an old woman about to die, all because of her kid. At the same time, I liked her and Richard together in the beginning but Lily became boring once the baby was out, so it is not a big loss. I am glad they got rid of her and not Richard.
The episode has a lot of action, questioning of loyalty and them wondering where their loyalty belongs. 4400 are now afraid of NTAC and don't trust them, people are also afraid of the 4400. A nice preview to what will happen.
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