Falling Skies (2011–2015)
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Hal stumbles across bodies of de-harnessed kids and finds someone from his past. Tom and Anne grow closer. And Weaver's health deteriorates just as Tom discovers he may have been keeping ... See full summary »

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Hal stumbles across bodies of de-harnessed kids and finds someone from his past. Tom and Anne grow closer. And Weaver's health deteriorates just as Tom discovers he may have been keeping important matters from the group in order to protect them. Written by Anonymous

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Towards the end of the episode when Lourdes, Tom and Dr. Glass are in the hospital room with Captain Weaver, when Weaver first wakes up, Dr. Glass and Tom rush to his bedside to talk to him. Cut to wide shot of the room and all of a sudden, Jamil is at his bedside in between Dr. Glass and Tom. Guy comes to hospital door to tell Tom that Pope wants to talk to him, there would've been no time for Jamil to leave the room, but when it shows a wide shot of the room again, Jamil is nowhere to be seen. See more »

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Falling Skies (Main Title Theme)
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Getting ridiculous *spoilers*
2 October 2015 | by (baton rouge, la) – See all my reviews

The writers are just getting lazy now. All of these people are just willing to believe this girl.

One brother turns against the other and then both start believing the girl.

Ben believes that both of the girls can get knocked out together?

He knows how strong he is, why would the other girl be?

And then Hal thinks that Ben, who has been skeptical of the girl the whole time, would knock out the other girl, shoot bullets into the wall, and then try to escape?

The writers aren't even bothering to make the script credible.


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