Stephen is left to face The Founder due to Jedikiah. To protect Astrid, he has to make a dangerous deal. Cara issues a harsh and unexpected punishment to John when they clash. A surprising secret about Stephen's mom is revealed.

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Stephen is left to face The Founder due to Jedikiah. To protect Astrid, he has to make a dangerous deal. Cara issues a harsh and unexpected punishment to John when they clash. A surprising secret about Stephen's mom is revealed.

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They're just making this up as they go along, aren't they?
5 April 2014 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

So, you've got the Founder, played by a British actor with an American accent.What's the most ridiculous thing you could do now?Cast a Canadian actress as his daughter and have her play it with a British accent.Then, just to make absolutely certain that the British audience knows you've never been to their country, have her point out that they call high schools secondary schools in Britain(which they do, but they also call them high schools), then describe her secondary education in non-British terms like graduation, valedictorian and school newspaper. Why not just say the character's American?And why cast an actress that looks enough like Hillary to be confusing?

The main plot involves Stephen trying to trade Cassie for Astrid. There's some attempt to revive the romantic subplots with John and Cara's random kiss and Cara's random jealousy over Stephen's connection with Cassie.Then, the first cracks show in Cara's leadership as she decides to change plans mid-episode and put Stephen in danger.John, er, saves him(well, convinces Cassie to save him technically)but then decides to act like a petulant brat when Cara tries to pull him into line and gets himself kicked out.Perhaps it's a sign that neither of them is entirely comfortable with this role reversal but it's a shame since it showed potential.

And then we have the ending which finally answer the question of who the Tomorrow Person is in Stephen's family.Well, it explains the connection between him and Cassie but when you look at previous episodes, the only way to reconcile is to decide that Marla is a complete douche who enjoys messing with her son's head and put her boyfriend's life in danger for a laugh.What a bitch.

Oh...and why, when Stephen sees the Founder in the street, does he disappear down an alley instead of staying in the open where he can't try anything?


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