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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
Marcus Krakauer
Gary Wise
Niko Zepeda
Lila Leeds
Daniel Oreskes ...
Mr. Balfour


Worried that Skouras has developed the ability to locate Bo, Winter sends Channing on a mission to infiltrate the Orchestra campus. Despite Winter's instructions to keep a low profile, Bo is compelled to help a family man who is in over his head. Written by Jiilo_Kim

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As Orchestra mounts for a comeback against Winter, Bo learns more about her mother.
3 May 2014 | by (http://www.amari-sali.blogspot.com/) – See all my reviews

Believe reverts to its old storytelling style of one off stories which don't do that much for the overall series plot, and personally I welcome it. For while Winter is finally having Bo train, her powers aren't at the point where they make for a good "wow factor" when it comes to the show. But, with her getting stronger means Roman getting giddier about all the stuff she can do for him and with his Cerebro like machine, which can track telekinetic events and register who did them, Bo's freedom is threatened now more than ever.

Topic 1: Daddy & Me – Tate & Bo

With Tate revealing to Bo he is her father, we see him assert himself a bit more in Bo's upbringing. First by him almost seeming like the Winter in a situation which has Winter as Roman, trying to push Bo into really honing her abilities. However, with that coma really freaking Tate out, he puts an end to the training just in time for him, Winter, Channing and Bo to escape which is either Winter's team, or the FBI. Who, by the way, seem less and less fond of working with Roman, or at the very least Agent Ferrell seems like she is done taking orders, even if done subtly, from Roman.

But, with Winter discovering Roman's Cerebro is in working order, there is a need for Bo to go off the grid for a while, as we are reintroduced to one of Winter's team members, Leeds, who we haven't seen in ages. Sort of leading me to wonder how many are really left on Winter's team, much less what do they do while Winter and Channing are traveling all over the Tri-State area?

That aside, while Winter, Channing and Leeds try to figure out a way to plant a chip in Roman's machines, Bo and Tate bond. It all begins with Bo wanting a bedtime story, but not some fictitious one, but how Tate and Nina met. Said story isn't that vivid, but provides enough details to make sense. Tate walked into Nina's old psychic shop to get out the rain and with a free reading Nina fell in love with all of him, and he her. However, we don't get to see any bit of their relationship, though it is hinted we should get more details in the future.

Topic 2: Infiltrate Orchestra

As for what is happening in the present? Winter's team finds a way to infiltrate Orchestra, using Channing naturally, but she is forewarned that no one is coming to rescue her once inside. Though, let's be real, likely Zoey will let her loose sooner or later, but more on that in a minute. What needs to be noted is Channing is successful in planting the chip, but upon her attempting to escape she first runs into Zoey, who I assume says nothing about Channing entering in the facility, but when she tries to escape through the sewer she finds herself trapped and, with many armed guards surrounding her, enters Roman. And we are sadly left without knowing what happened to Channing, but considering how more and more Zoey seems like the Achilles heel to Roman's operation, I'm sure that even if she doesn't defect, she will likely end up helping Channing to escape, especially after Channing likely ends up tortured by Shawn, or another telekinetic.

Topic 3: Side Story – Gary's Debt to his Family (Bo & Tate)

Thus leaving us with this episode's side story featuring a man named Gary. In what seems to be a self-contained story, as Bo and Tate try to lay low, Bo starts reading feelings and finds herself particularly attracted to the guilt of Gary. Now, Gary is a family man who owns a mom and pop tool shop which has hit hard times. Because of that, he has borrowed money heavily, and even resorted to borrowing from a loan shark to pay his bills. Luckily for him though, Bo decides he is worthy of her time.

But, unlike past stories, Bo helping isn't the most clean here. I say that because past stories simply meant making sure two people met and were back together, for this one though, Bo has to use trickery and I don't know if this is a sign that Tate is having an effect on her, or simply Bo being more willing to do what it takes to seemingly do the right thing. You see, in order for Gary's $100,000 debt to be repaid, a horse must be stolen. A horse that Mr. Belfort, the loan shark, thinks he lost due to a horse owner who cheated him. And despite no proof he was cheated, Bo, Tate and Gary magically find a truck which can hold a horse, trick the new owner so that they can steal her, the horse, and then take it back to Mr. Belfort.

Which, to me, sort of signals that while Bo maybe for happy endings, it seems she isn't looking for the purest ways to achieve them no longer. And maybe this is a one off thing, or setting up a precedent for Bo maybe turning to the dark side, who knows? Either way, I must say this was probably the weakest of all the side stories for it didn't have the emotional impact of lovers reunited, a mother finding her son, or even the journalist and his pregnant girlfriend. It was just an OK story which, to me, only became interesting when Bo bent the rules a bit. Still, with Bo being capable of something remotely bad, it does make future adventures just a tad bit more interesting don't you think?

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