Misfits (2009–2013)
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Episode #3.4 

Elderly Jew Friedrich Hirsch travels back to 1930s Berlin to kill Hitler but fails and the Nazis use his mobile phone technology which alters history so Germany wins the war and present day... See full summary »

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Elderly Jew Friedrich Hirsch travels back to 1930s Berlin to kill Hitler but fails and the Nazis use his mobile phone technology which alters history so Germany wins the war and present day Britain is under Nazi control, and none of the misfits know each other. Kelly and Simon are reluctant conscripts whilst Shaun, with Alisha, his unwilling girlfriend, is right hand man to odious Captain Smith. Seth, his ability to give and take super powers an asset to the Nazis, is imprisoned but Kelly and the other misfits spring him, leading to a shoot-out. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Iwan Rheon played a Nazi officer in this episode. In the film Resistance, he plays a member of the Welsh resistance. The night the Misfits episode aired in the UK, he was attending the premiere of Resistance. See more »

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The "Time reversal" power used by Friedrich to go to the past and try to kill Hitler was bought by him from Seth who bought it from Curtis, who got the power from the Storm. Curtis's power allowed him to reverse time and travel to his former self. When Friedrich uses it, it should move him to his former self (a child during WWII) instead of an old man appearing in Hitler's office, as it is the exact same power that Curtis had. See more »

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Doesn't add to the series.
22 November 2011 | by (Norway) – See all my reviews

Misfits is a charming show, the cast is rather small and the story isn't necessarily deep or really engaging, but it's a quite entertaining show with some really hard hitting jokes and interest plot from episode to episode.

This episode, however, confused me and I really didn't like it. The storyline is three inches deep, and it is not believable at all. Don't misunderstand, Misfits isn't believable, it's a fictional show, but I'm thinking more of how this Nazi empire seems wholly unorganized, how nothing's really changed, except for there being Nazis around, and, I mean, why would they use the community center as a prison if they've occupied all of England? I don't feel that this episode adds to the show at all, and it's a pretty big disappointment.


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