Believe (2014)
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As Channing struggles to recover from her gunshot wound, Winter takes desperate measures to keep her alive. With Winter distracted, Bo and Tate sneak away to confront Skouras and demand he ... See full summary »



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Janice Channing
Dr. Milton Winter
Niko Zepeda
Nina Adams
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As Channing struggles to recover from her gunshot wound, Winter takes desperate measures to keep her alive. With Winter distracted, Bo and Tate sneak away to confront Skouras and demand he stop pursuing them. Meanwhile, Dani begins to question her position at Orchestra. Written by Jiilo_Kim

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Drama | Fantasy | Sci-Fi





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1 June 2014 (USA)  »

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16:9 HD
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Trust is a major subject matter in the episode as it leads to two very important decisions.
4 June 2014 | by ( – See all my reviews

The end is nigh for the series, and with two characters making decisions which will surely rock the series finale, I am left increasingly saddened that this will end so soon. For Tate and Bo seem to have fully solidified their relationship by telling each other "I love you," and while Bo still has nightmares and fears of being taken away from Tate, her trust in him is stronger than ever. Meanwhile, Dani also has a building trust with Roman. One which is becoming increasingly uneasy as Roman hides his true feelings from her. But, with her mind reading abilities being as strong as they are, it is hard to keep secrets.

Topic 1: I Don't Need No Doctor - Channing

Despite how well Channing seemed to be in the last episode, we find her in this one battling an infection. One which leads Winter to kidnapping an old friend named Brad who informs Winter that he doesn't have the tools to really help Channing and that she really needs a hospital. After all, Channing has a 104 degree fever, and looks horrible. But, Winter is worried about her going to jail so he tries to hold off taking her to the hospital. In the end though, they agree to go to one off the grid.

Topic 2: Tell Me a Secret/ Leave Us Alone – Tate and Bo

And while Winter worries about Channing's life, Tate & Bo venture out in the world to go see Roman. For as Bo continues to get nightmares due to the chaotic life she leads, she thinks that maybe if she asks Roman to leave them alone he will. But, even after disabling all of Roman's security technology, and having a private chat, he seems as adamant as ever in having Bo comeback with him. He even offers a place for Tate, as well as offering him exoneration. But Tate calls BS on this and says Roman is just saying whatever her can to get Bo. Which he may be right about.

However, something Tate isn't right about is his impression on how Nina died. As of now Roman has pretty much got the sole blame for the whole thing. He pushed Nina too hard, he is the reason why Bo didn't get to have a mother or grow up with her father, and he is the bad guy. This isn't completely true though. Roman reminds us that Winter wasn't like Zoe who seemed to purely be a subordinate. Roman went to Winter for counsel and treated him somewhat like an equal and, in the case of Nina, while Winter may have passively agreed to the test which pushed her over, Roman wants to make sure he isn't the only one with mud slugged on his name.

Thus leading to Bo and Tate realizing their would-be knight isn't as innocent as he may seem. But, to me, the way everything is shown makes it so putting any serious blame on Winter is just silly. Especially since Bo can read Winter's mind and see he barely was invested in the decision. However, his agreement did play a part and perhaps this is why Winter expresses mass guilt when confronted about what happened, and while Bo forgives him, it seems with all that has happened, and with her wanting some sense of normalcy, she is ready to move on from Winter and rely solely on Tate. Perhaps the oddest, if not dumbest, decision she has ever made and Tate has agreed to.

Topic 3: What is Wrong With Me? – Dani

Part of the reason this is a dumb idea is because Mr. Zepeda is back to tracking Bo, and while Bo is showing more abilities to help Tate and her evade Roman's men, with Winter off to take Channing to a hospital off the grid, they may be on their own. And while Mr. Zepeda is certainly a threat, Dani is more so. For, as Zoe warned, Dani's body is degrading and the degrading of a telekinetic's body is like cancer, and thus far Roman's only sort of cure is pumping the telekinetic full of drugs until they seemingly are comatose.

But, what makes this bad for Roman, as well as Bo, is that Roman said to Dani she would get better but in reality she is getting worse. Then, with her seeing all the others who are sick and dying, and noting all Roman has put her through, she realizes she is a test dummy. One which will always be second to Bo for that is Roman's favorite and what is Dani but another test subject seeing what Bo's full capabilities may one day be? This thought, and her reading Roman's, confirms her reasons to be jealous so she seems to leave Orchestra perhaps in search of Bo. Whether it is to simply see the competition in person, or take her out, it isn't made clear. However, Roman calls Winter asking for his help so you know Roman must be really worried about whatever he believes Dani may do.

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