Misfits (2009–2013)
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Episode #1.5 

Simon is torn when Sally starts seducing him to learn the truth about Tony. Nathan is obsessed with a lost child.


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After having sex with Alisha whilst Sam is looking for him, Curtis eventually sorts things out so that Alisha is his only girlfriend. Nathan abducts a baby called Finn to the horror of his friends. Due to the storm Finn, who lives with his single parent mother Rebecca, has acquired powers that convince Nathan that the child needs a father - him. However Nathan eventually reconciles Rebecca with Finn's father. Sally, now convinced the kids were responsible for killing Tony, starts dating Simon. Written by don @ minifie-1

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10 December 2009 (UK)  »

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"Misfits: Episode #1.5" (2009)
13 January 2012 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Episode 5 tells the story of Simon. Simon to me is the most interesting character on the show. He is very sympathetic, being treated as an outsider and constantly picked on. But, he is also one of the most sinister characters. You could easily imagine him as a villain if he goes too far in the wrong direction. This episode has Sally acting interested in Simon in attempts to seduce him and learn the truth about her missing fiancée. Great performances by the actors and the characters, lead us to question whether Sally really cares about Simon. Their relationship is rather sweet, and we can easily see why Simon falls for it. We also learn the truth behind Simon's attempted house burning. This is hilarious, but also defines Simon as the sinister but caring Misfit. Meanwhile, Nathan is unusually caring toward a small boy. This is a rather comical side story, which fills the time nicely. This episode really does crank up the tension to a phenomenal amount. We understand Sally, and she isn't so much a villain, but we also know the truth. This means we both want this to end well for Simon and Sally, but know that's pretty much impossible. It's a beautifully tragic end.

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