As the dragnet closes, Tate puts his freedom at risk to help Bo find the writer of a long-lost love letter. Meanwhile, Winter makes preparations for an escape from Manhattan as Skouras and ... See full summary »



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Janice Channing
Dr. Milton Winter
Dr. Zoe Boyle
FBI Special Agent Elizabeth Ferrel
FBI Agent Martin
FBI Agent Garner
Katherine Zalben
Matt Railsback
Joshua Carpenter
Luke Hayden
Katherine's Fiance


As the dragnet closes, Tate puts his freedom at risk to help Bo find the writer of a long-lost love letter. Meanwhile, Winter makes preparations for an escape from Manhattan as Skouras and Agent Ferrell ramp up the effort to bring Tate and Bo into custody. Written by Jiilo_Kim

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Drama | Fantasy | Sci-Fi




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30 March 2014 (USA)  »

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There is something about this show/and epi, an Innocence...
6 April 2014 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Beginning to think that there are far too many jaded and down right "mean spirited" to see this show as something more than a "bashing fest", actually think some see titles maybe see a shot or two and decide to just knock it down as it didn't "bleed" or wasn't "raunchy" or what ever it it that make anything anywhere just ______ (fill in).

The Innocence of the child, while a bunch of things are going on around them, not to say she doesn't have that same thing all children have, the "attitude" that adults find well grating, that is normal. Yes there are a couple things in there too that are "hokey" (ya using silly word), but that is what a real TV show is (I DO NOT LIKE SO CALLED REALITY TV AN "THEY" KEEPING PUTTING MORE OUT THERE TO MAKE THEM RICHER no the ones in charge get ripped pockets the rest get the change and scraps).

This epi has them trying to get away to a "safe location" and while waiting Bo finds a love letter that the one who was to receive it never got. He, Matt, the writer, a solder, sends a beautiful letter with a ring to Katherine. Instead, someone who agreed with her parents (they thought Matt was "poor trash" so not good enough for her) took both and rewrote a "break up" note to Katherine, hid the real one, gave her the fake and then managed to manipulate her into finally "loving him" and engagement (all based on lies). Bo finds them both, gets them to talk, doesn't look like it works though and that is a "lesson" Tate (her yet unknown father) tries teaching Bo, (she doesn't know, as far as we can tell, who or why love has hurt Tate, my thinking, Bo's mom was his lost love, ya ya the "predictable" thing).

The former uh partner to Milton, Skouras, do not like him, the way he treats others horrible (not guess to diff than that to a lot of people to others unfortunately...), the way he is treating the others with "powers", you don't want Bo with him again...the lengths he is going to, yup, the using an abusing, hey something here for those who like that...

Even like the way that Bo is learning and growing and getting used to her "powers" in a healthy way as they to grow, love the "floating" car/taxi and the reactions, kinda hoping that the one agent starts to "work" for Bo's side while looking like she isn't, well for a while till it can be and would have to be done diff as the characters too would have to grow.

Lastly the "your late", telling of floating car, proud moment, the boat leaving, Milton watching Tate an Bo interacting and Bo telling Tate she was right, Matt and Katherine are together where they were/are suppose to be, her telling him she could "teach" him how she knows and both saying they have learned from each other...OK some sap but still, KEEP some Innocence on the TV.

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