A crashing meteor wipes out all technology and wreaks havoc on the colony. Meanwhile, Maddy and Reynolds are stuck out in the wilderness, Elisabeth and Skye work together to save a life and... See full summary »

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A crashing meteor wipes out all technology and wreaks havoc on the colony. Meanwhile, Maddy and Reynolds are stuck out in the wilderness, Elisabeth and Skye work together to save a life and Taylor tries to prevent Mira and the "Sixers" from invading Terra Nova. Also, a mystery man makes his presence known. Written by Fox Publicity

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Maddy says the Flora Diem flower has a 24 hour life cycle. A plant's life cycle goes from seed sprouting, to plant growing, to flower blooming then wilting, to seed maturing. The writers probably meant to say the flore diem flowers only lasted a day. The prop flowers we do see are Hemerocallis species, aka Day Lilies, known for blossoms that are short lived. See more »

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Skye: [Elisabeth is pulling a parasite out of Hunter's stomach] Hey. You're gonna be fine. Just 25 more feet to go.
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Overall a fine link in the story arc
5 November 2012 | by (David Stratton Land) – See all my reviews

This was an episode inspired by the likes of Deep Impact or Armageddon, or perhaps a prevailing theory pertaining to the extinction of the Earth's prehistoric rulers. A meteorite effectively wipes out Terra Nova's power, and a good measure of chaos ensues. Relevant questions that any astute viewer may ask would likely include the following. If the "Eye" can be shielded from an Electromagnetic pulse (EMP), then why too could Terra Nova's generators not also be shielded. Also, would an EMP generated by a meteorite exploding in the atmosphere actually melt the circuitry in computer hardware? Would the chip printing machine not also be damaged? Would computer hardware manufactured in 2149 not be able to withstand EMPs as a mere artifact of their design? And finally, is there really only one person in Terra Nova capable of repairing computer chips? Nevertheless, an enjoyable episode. - D.S.


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