Misfits (2009–2013)
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Episode #4.1 

After Alisha was tragically murdered in last season's final episode, and Simon traveled back in time to when he sacrificed his life to save hers, Curtis and Rudy continue their community ... See full summary »

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After Alisha was tragically murdered in last season's final episode, and Simon traveled back in time to when he sacrificed his life to save hers, Curtis and Rudy continue their community service. Seth returns to pick up Kelly's belongings, as they have decided to move to Africa after a visit where Kelly realized she could use her power to deconstruct land mines. Two new offenders join the community service team: Jess, who has X-ray vision, and Finn, who is a telekinetic. The new offenders quickly realize something is not right. Rudy, Curtis, and Seth (and eventually Jess and Finn), have been infected with some sort of virus after a badly hurt man, with a briefcase handcuffed to him, stumbles into the community center and collapses at their feet. The group becomes so obsessed with obtaining the briefcase, that they're ready to murder each other over it. Finally, as the group tries to get the briefcase from Finn on the roof, the hurt man lunges for it and falls to his death, ending the ... Written by Selene S

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Liked it up until the end
29 October 2012 | by See all my reviews

I liked the majority of the episode, but I was put off by the character of Finn. Back at the start of the series, one of the main themes was that the young offenders were good (sort of) at heart, and therefore we could still consider them the "heroes" of the series. I can't help but think that this would have been a good episode if it weren't for Finn casting a pall over it with his morbid stories and the revelation that he is in fact not good at heart and is in fact a psychopath. Gilgun gives an excellent performance as always, and I liked the plot line because I could still live with the characters at the end. I've always wanted to like misfits, but I could never get over the darker points of the series.


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