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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Lily Isen (as Jeanné Kietzmann)
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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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21 February 2011 (UK)  »

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Dumb and dumber..........
24 February 2011 | by (UK) – See all my reviews

I have watched all the episodes so far (and commented on 3). i decided to watch the next few before posting a comment again.

The biggest problem i have with "Outcasts" is that it does not know what it wants to be. It is certainly a "personal issues" soap opera. I find the characters very thin and lightweight, the plot, dull and plodding with easy to guess story lines and how the next few episodes and the internal "political conflicts" will go. So episode 2 we have the "bad" guy, who by episode 4 is going to "take over", yawn.

It is SciFi in as much as it is on an Alien World.

But those who see mankind's first colony as a great story for the exploration of this new world, mapping and traveling this strange land will feel let down. No strange animals, no maps of the land (well not seen on screen), no outposts, no farming of the land, no economy that we can see, no roads or tracks, no vehicles, no aircraft, no wells, no wind or solar power plants etc etc etc People seem to live in the town and drink in bars, walk around and well....thats it.

The idea that the "ACs", a large group of genetically engineered clones are somehow hidden from the thousands of colonists is a stretch. But now they live a la Mad Max, like some hip and trendy cult outside the town. They live in and on the land, they know where water is and how food can be got, yet the people in Forthaven seem never to go outside and have no idea of their local surroundings.

And so we find in episode 5 that the first man to land on the planet is not dead, but alive. He wanders into the town, sprinkles diamonds on the bar and the place goes crazy. So the town starts to fall apart in five minutes flat, muggings take place as diamonds are sought,society crumbles......A lazy and more dumb piece of writing i have yet to see. And then we throw in a "touching" scene of finding the perfectly formed bodies of a "human like" man, woman and baby fossilized by the sea in the sand rich with thousands of diamonds.

The BBC are moving it to a late night Sunday "Dead spot" from now on. I am sad to see such a chance lost, the story has been weak and slow from day one. If the story was better, the characters better written and the plot more believable, then maybe it would not be the flop it is.

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