Primeval: Season 2, Episode 7

Episode #2.7 (1 Nov. 2008)

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The conspiracy unravels and people working closely on the project die -- or do they?

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As her plot to control the anomalies and the future of the human race begins to fall apart Helen continues to play Steven and Nick against each other. Nick and Leek have a confrontation surrounded by Leek's future creature horde (his "Praetorian Guard") and most of the rest of the team manages to escape the compound which is overrun with creatures from the zoo that have been unleashed by a computer crash. Written by Ron Kerrigan <mvg@whidbey.com>

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After special forces had failed to capture Oliver Leek and instead Leek has captured the team, Lester was forced to negotiate with Leek. But Leek was setting a trap for Lester to be eaten by one of Helens future beings controlled by him through remote neurological devise implanted in their heads, luckily he escaped. In the cell Nick, Connor, Abby and Jenny meet Caroline who worked for Leek, pretending to be Connors girlfriend. She swears to them she had no idea what he was doing. Abby is angry at her because when Caroline received the message"it is over" from Connor through mobile, she hit Rex, Abbys prehistoric pet and brought him to Leek. Stephen is still thinking weather he should join Helen and unfortunately when she lies to him and says that Nick and the team has been killed by Oliver Leek he believes her. After team escapes they separate and Nick ends up in a room with Leek and those ugly black futuristic creatures. While one creature approaches Nick and shows him his big teeth and roars savagely, Leek gloats and points to a celling where other creatures are ready to attack. Leek controls them through device implants in their heads, but when Nick rips from creatures head the device, all other creatures go free and they kill Oliver Leek. When Stephen comes to the compound with Helen he sees Nick sitting at the steps and he finally finds out that Helen is a big liar. Nick advise Stephen that they must bring back all the creatures to their cells, and Helen advice them to use sound signal the creatures learned to recognize as signal for food. Seconds after they leave compound Nick notices that the door can't close and that someone has to sacrifice himself and lock the door from the inside. Nick looking weary starts to walk to the door when Stephen hits him and enters the room. Soon he is surrounded and Nick from a small window watches him die. After Stephens funeral Nick takes a picture of Claudia from his wallet and tears it up. The team is now consisting of Nick, Connor, Abby and Jenny and they leave immediately after a funeral on a new mission. But Helen appears at Stephens grave and place something that looked like prehistoric shell and says goodbye to Stephen.And after that she looks up and sees one of Leeks soldiers that died in prehistoric desert. He is a clone and several copies appears again and again. It is true that Jenny in second season episodes looked too posh and Helen had way too low cut cleavage of her t-shirt. As much as I wished that Jenny could change back to Claudia, I wished that Helen just leave Stephen alone. Nick from the first to the last episode grew more and more facial hear and looked like he hadn't slept for days. He looked better clean shaved, but I guess working that job was intense. Stephen was good looking but I wish that his character had more depth and that he didn't get involved with Helen. Abby looked sweet but no one ever explained how did she learn all those kick box moves she used on creatures. Connor was my favorite character. I am so glad he had his own action scenes. The episode was well written. The special effect were really good, the best. Acting was excellent. And I must say that the scene where Stephen gets killed and the expression of sorrow on Nicks face was the best acted scene in the whole second season. In the scene after the funeral when he walks to the his car, you can see expressions on his face and the way he walks is the greatest.


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