The residents of Chester's Mill appear both inside and outside the dome following their mysterious encounter in the tunnels beneath the town.



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After following Melanie through the tunnels, most of the residents of Chester's Mill find themselves outside the dome. Barbie finds Julia dead but along with the other survivors, he moves with his life. A year later, he's working for a private security firm rescuing kidnap victims. He's in a new relationship with Eva Sinclair and decides to to return to Chester's Mill for a memorial service that is being held on the first anniversary of their escape. While newly arrived Christine Price provides counseling to the townsfolk, Barbie begins to realize that everything around them is just too perfect. Written by garykmcd

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25 June 2015 (USA)  »

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In this episode you see the town population is 1976 this was the year Steven King first started writing the book the series is based on. See more »


After Big Jim shoots the picture of his family on the corner table, there is no bullet hole either in the wall behind the picture or in the corner table itself. See more »


Ben Drake: You saw her, man. I know you saw her.
Dale 'Barbie' Barbara: Okay, what if I did? Why is it just the two of us?
Ben Drake: I don't know! But now I'm off all my meds, and my head is all clear for the first time in, like, forever. Come on, man!
Dale 'Barbie' Barbara: What? Come on, what? What do you want from me?
Ben Drake: To admit that you see what I see.
Dale 'Barbie' Barbara: Okay, what do you see, Ben?
Ben Drake: That none of this is real.
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References Batman (1966) See more »


Performed by Kari Kimmel
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Brilliant resets the series
19 July 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I'm shocked by the negative reviews here, because I thought this was incredible. Yes, the show pulls the rug out from viewers, with deaths and new characters and misdirection, but I like that; it keeps things fresh. And it sets things up for the next few episodes, which have made some fascinating changes. Assumptions are challenged, villains realigned, heroes disappoint, but it all makes sense in light of the start of season 3.

I feel like a lot of people never "got" Under the Dome; it's always got a lot of pushback from viewers. For me, it has been just amazing all the way through, and this season continues that brilliance.

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