The mystery surrounding three missing Expeditionaries only deepens when one of them returns to Forthaven.




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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Josie Hunter
Rebekah Nathan ...
Maddy Baskerville ...
Dylan Fourie ...
Marie Docherty
Clark Johnson (as Sean C. Michael)


Three expeditionaries go missing in the desert.One,Josie Hunter,makes it back to Forthaven but she is different - alien to her three children and violent,leading to her arrest and incarceration. The A.C.s attack,causing a power cut which almost jeopardises the birth of the first baby on Carpathia and which allows Josie to escape. However ,a bruised and bloodied Josie reappears,minus her children and claiming no knowledge of the foregoing events. Cass takes her back to the desert,where she is reunited with her children,who say that the 'other' Josie wanted to know how to love them. The false Josie briefly appears and then escapes into the desert,leaving Tate,Stella and Cass wondering how it was possible for there to be two Josie Hunters. Berger uses the A.C's attack as an excuse to tell Tate to be more ruthless with them before again contacting the invasion force. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Drama | Sci-Fi





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27 February 2011 (UK)  »

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27 February 2011 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

As this series draws towards its conclusion things on the planet Carpathia are getting even weirder than they were before; a group of three expeditionary soldiers have gone missing and after a long search one of them is found. She claims that ACs attacked them and she is the sole survivor. Something isn't quite right however; she looks like Josie Hunter the lost soldier but her behaviour is slightly wrong; so much so that her son doesn't believe it is her. It looks as if this apparently insane idea is correct when Stella receives a radio call from Josie claiming to be in the desert several miles from camp. To complicate matters the ACs infiltrate Forthaven in an attempt to kill Jack.

This was another decent episode which once again raised plenty of questions about the nature of Carpathia; I may be proved wrong in later episodes but at this point it looks as if the planet is some how trying to communicate with them in a way not that dissimilar to the Soviet Sci-Fi classic 'Solaris'. Juliet Aubery was good as Josie, managing to appear almost normal but not quite. The plot involving Julius also advances; it is now quite clear that his motives are far from pure as he wishes to eliminate the ACs and is communicating with another ship claiming that he is in a position to depose President Tate.

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