Being Human: Season 5, Episode 5

No Care, All Responsibility (3 Mar. 2013)

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Tom meets and employs Natashe as a waitress and falls for her,unaware that Rook,who from vampires as a child,is using her in the plot with Hatch to drive a wedge between vampires and Werewolves. The more knowing Hal initially recoils from her but finds her useful as a blood donor now that his thirst has returned. Alex is convinced that Hatch is evil and steals a file from Rook,linking him to many deaths at the hotel over the years. She goes to tell Hal but is appalled to see him drinking Natasha's blood but offers to help. Sadly Natasha is yet another sacrifice in the fight between good and evil before Alex discovers the real and terrifying identity of Hatch. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Dominic Rook: I suppose there's no reason to obtain secrecy any more
[Takes down a file]
Dominic Rook: . The truth is we've long feared the suicides have a supernatural cause. Most likely the result of a Type One.
Alex: Great, he's blaming ghosts now.
[to Hal]
Alex: Ghosts are type one right?
Hal: Em-Hum.
Alex: Great, he's blaming ghosts now!
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Nearing the end
4 March 2013 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

In the prologue we see Rook rescuing a young girl from a nest of vampires; we the flash forward fifteen years to the present and Tom helps a young woman called Natasha being chased outside the hotel. He is clearly quite taken by her and offers her a job at the hotel as she had missed the interview she had been going to. Her appearance causes problems for Hal as he can't cope with the blood on her injured hand. She knows why he is disturbed but rather than being scared she offers to let him drink her blood. She is of course the girl Rook rescued and now she is part of his plan to break up Tom and Hal's friendship. Alex meanwhile has come to the conclusion that Capt. Hatch can see her and is probably involved in the string of suicides that took place in the hotel.

'Being Human' has tended to mix horror and comedy but there is little evidence of the latter in this bleak penultimate episode. As Hatch, and his unwitting pawn, Rook's plan starts to work the friendship of our three supernatural protagonists is tested to breaking point and beyond. The regular cast continue to do a fine job especially Damien Molony who was great as Hal; the vampire struggling to do the right thing. Guest star Kathryn Prescott was good as Natasha; it is a shame we won't get to see more of her character. The horror elements were played up nicely and more than once I winced at what was going on. The ending was particularly bleak; I can't wait to see next week's concluding episode to see how things work out.

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