Jack introduces Gwen to his good friend, the elderly Estelle who believes in faeries and thinks she has the photographs to prove it. Estelle likes Jack and tells Gwen that she and Jack's father had a love affair during World War II. Gwen quickly realizes that it was with Jack that she had the affair and sees a wonderful chemistry between the of them. Jack and Gwen soon come to believe that the faeries are not the benign beautiful creatures Estelle believes them to be and when a young girl, Jasmine Pierce, becomes the object of their attention, Torchwood sets out to protect her. Written by
Did You Know?
The W.B. Yeats poem The Stolen Child is used by the fairies to summon Jasmine "Come away oh human child to the waters and the wild. With a fairy hand in hand for the world's more full of weeping than you can understand". See more
When Roy nails up the hole in the fence, he's shown nailing in the board closest to the whole. When we switch to faerie vision, though, he's nailing in the third board from the hole. See more
[showing photos of "fairies"
This is the youngest girl, and the girl's cousin.
I blame it on magic mushrooms.
Captain Jack Harkness
What you do in your own time is none of our business.