Stephen plants a computer virus for sending breakout locations to the rebel stolen supercomputer Tim, but Jed sends an ambush and traps Cara. Stephen offers to inject her with Ultra's power-removing serum. Cara reveals how her powers came.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Tyler Miller
Emily Hightower
Dennis Coburn
Victor Ayala ...
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Cara's Sister
Adam Boys ...
Dave Braithwaite ...
Dwight Hightower (as Dave Braithwaite)

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Stephen plants a virus in the Ultra computer. Jed finds the bug and fakes a breakout to capture Cara. Stephen offers to give her the injection that removes their powers, saying her boyfriend John would then hate her for being human; she writhes as if the injection works. Cara used to be deaf and powerless, until she was almost raped. Accused of murdering her attacker, her skeptical father gave her his pocket money to leave; her younger sister cried out her name. Stephen wants to help a suicidal student on the anniversary of her sister's death, hit by a train. Cara convinces the girl she was blameless in an accident. Stephen's friend Astrid, who disbelieved his tale of powers before, sees him teleport away from the railway line, and insists she will keep on digging because he won't tell her the truth. Written by AnneToronto

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We don't help humans
23 January 2014 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

There's a pleasing attempt to throw in some other elements here but sadly the plot line ends up traipsing through the usual situations:The Tomorrow People are all heartless jerks apart from Stephen, Jedekiah is even more heartless and quotes Stalin, then just as we're thinking they seem no better than each other the TPs have a change of heart and do the right thing.Astrid's involvement is okay but it's a shame the moment of her learning about Stephen's powers gets delayed, even though she's seen him teleport and he's already told her once.

The Tomorrow People vs Ultra agents fight is typically disappointing:We get one use of telekinesis, then it's just punches and kicks.The revelation of how Stephen saved Cara is a nicely triumphant moment but it's a shame they weren't brave enough to take Cara's powers away, at least temporarily, just to see how everyone would cope.

The flashbacks to Cara's past, in which Peyton List makes the least convincing teenager in a show full of unconvincing teenagers, don't really provide much insight, apart from making a clumsy parallel between her and Emily, and don't entirely seem sure what they're trying to say:The episode seems to imply Cara's family rejected her because of her powers but that's not actually what happened.

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