The Rift is splintering - strange phenomena like UFOs and ancient soldiers are falling through time into various places around the world. These events resemble those in the prophecy of the ...
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The Rift is splintering - strange phenomena like UFOs and ancient soldiers are falling through time into various places around the world. These events resemble those in the prophecy of the arrival of Abaddon, the Great Devourer, who will lead the world into shadow and bring about the End of Days... Written by
Toni Tapola, Finland
This episode takes place in February 2008. See more »
In the scene where Ianto sees Lisa in the vaults, after he closes his eyes and the lights flash and she disappears....she doesn't quite disappear, in fact you can still see her arm and hip on the far back right. See more »
When Owen opened the rift Jack and Toshiko did return but the
consequences of that act was horrifying. Mr.Bilis Manger appears again
to Gwen, when she comes to prison where the guard Andrew shows her and
Jack a killer. It is a roman soldier who speaks in Latin, and he had
savagely killed two persons. Jack decides to take him with them and
lock him in one of the cells in Torchwood. Gwen tells Jack that Bilis
asked her to forgive him, but she did not understand what he meant. In
the hospital Owen and Toshiko are faced with another issue. The episode
was very intense. As a closure for the first season some really
unbelievable things happened. Bilis was an evil character from the
start. It was strange to me that the team members one by one started to
believe in his lies. Nobody was listening to Jack and I found that
unacceptable. I really loved special effects in this one. The ending
was a nerve wrecking but it was wort it.
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