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Serpent's Tooth 

Anna and Diana square off in the dark bowels of the Mothership - Diana has been down there for 15 years and not had a single glimpse of Anna. Meanwhile, Erica has Tyler's blood analyzed, ... See full summary »

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Anna and Diana square off in the dark bowels of the Mothership - Diana has been down there for 15 years and not had a single glimpse of Anna. Meanwhile, Erica has Tyler's blood analyzed, and learns the V's did something sinister to her when she was pregnant with him. Written by ABC Publicity

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The title is based upon a quote from William Shakespeare's play "King Lear" (Act I, Scene IV): "How sharper than a serpent's tooth it is to have a thankless child!" See more »

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When Ryan receives an incoming transmission on the communicator the first time in this episode and in the next episode, he presses the button on it to answer. However, the second time Anna calls him in this episode, it answers automatically. See more »

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Composed by Normand Corbeil
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Revenge of the Soul
22 January 2011 | by (Roanoke, Virginia) – See all my reviews

I get the whole thing about human emotions being both a weakness and our greatest strength. Star Trek pulled that idea out every few episodes it seemed. But I don't get why an advanced alien race would believe in the power of the "human soul" as a real and independent entity. Why does Anna's mother believe in it? Why does Anna believe her mother without question despite no facts or logic to back her up? If the V don't believe in the human's god, they shouldn't be believing in abstract concepts like the soul.

This episode came off as sounding preachy and sanctimonious. Human souls aren't going to beat the V but human perseverance, passion, and ingenuity just might.


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