Mitchell and Daisy join together to hunt down those responsible for bombing the mortuary, and Nina innocently brings Kemp to the apartment to meet George and Annie personally.



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Only Daisy and Mitchell survive the blast. Nina visits George to say she believes Kemp and Lucy can cure them. He is unconvinced; however, after a panic in which he began to transform whilst visiting Molly's school's opening evening (only just getting home in time to be caged), he agrees to visit Kemp's lab, accompanied by Annie. Mitchell reverts to blood lust, killing Quinn, and taking a terrible revenge on some innocent bystanders before learning that Lucy betrayed him. Written by don @ minifie-1

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The Box Tunnel 20 massacre committed by Mitchell and Daisy in this episode will have repercussions that carry through season 3 and even into season 4. See more »


While Kempe is described as a former Catholic priest, in the previous episode Being Human: In the Morning his parishioners refer to him as "Reverend", while Catholics would call him "Father", and when praying over Annie, he holds an Orthodox Cross (used specifically in Russian Orthodox, Eastern Orthodox, etc. faith). A Catholic priest would never use such a cross. See more »


Quinn: [reciting] Here comes the candle to light you to bed. Here comes the chopper to chop off your head.
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Mitchell goes on the rampage
23 February 2010 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

If you don't like the way the series has got darker then you really won't like this episode, if however you think turning things darker made a good series even better you will love this episode as it is possibly the darkest yet.

In the aftermath of the fire at the funeral home Mitchell is the sole survivor of those present and along with Ivan's widow Daisy is determined to get revenge. At first he is certain that it was the police but after interrogating the coroner he learns that Lucy, the woman he loved, was involved. At this point he falls off the "no killing waggon" in a major way and along with Lucy slaughters a train full of people. Mitchell isn't the only one having problems; George decides to go to Molly's parents evening although he doesn't realise it is taking place the day the clocks change and girlfriend Sam has changed his watch for him. This means the full moon rises in the middle of the meeting and he starts to change so must get well clear of the school before he becomes a danger to everybody there. While nobody there was hurt Molly saw his fangs and is understandable terrified when she next sees him, this leads George to take up Kemp's offer of a possible cure.

I really enjoyed this episode and can't wait to see the series finale; will George be cured? What will Mitchell do when he gets his hands on Lucy and will Annie go through the door?

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