An early settler of Carpathia, long believed dead, returns to Forthaven. Cass and Fleur follow him into dangerous unexplored territory. Berger's influence continues to grow. And Tate believes his dead children have returned.




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Episode credited cast:
Lily Isen (as Jeanné Kietzmann)
Rudi (credit only)
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Josie Hunter


An elderly man walks into the Forthaven bar and throws down handfuls of diamonds to pay for his drink. After Fleur and Cass have pursued him into the desert,Tate identifies him as Pak Baxter,a member of the earliest expeditionary force eleven years earlier who allegedly killed a man. Under the guise of leading them to diamonds Pak ultimately reveals to the two security guards that he is dying and wants someone with him when his time comes. Stella and Jack catch up with Fleur and Cass,Stella unearthing more skeletons on a beach.Berger continues to make subtle criticisms of Tate before emailing an invasion force with details of the president's weaknesses. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Drama | Sci-Fi





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21 February 2011 (UK)  »

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Episode #1.5
23 December 2011 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

This episode wasn't bad. I didn't like it as much as the previous one, but it had good points. My problem is that while it brings a lot of promise for the future with it's development, there wasn't that much action in it

I liked the introduction of Pak. They got the viewers interested in the character and his actions as well as in what happened in the past. The scene at the beach was very well done, good setting, dialogue and acting

The diamonds seem to be a beginning of an interesting storyline, it is interesting to see how it develops

And the ending was great. I liked the cliffhanger with Julius Bergher having the conversation about Tate, this shows us a promising future.

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