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The Lion's Den 

Noah Bennet (Jack Coleman) and Quentin (Henry Zebrowski) take on Renautas while Miko's plan to retrieve her sword may land her in trouble. Malina's (Danika Yarosh) journey bring her closer ... See full summary »



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Tommy Clark (as Robbie A. Kay)
Emily Duval
Joanne Collins
Farah Nazan
Taylor Kravid


Noah Bennet (Jack Coleman) and Quentin (Henry Zebrowski) take on Renautas while Miko's plan to retrieve her sword may land her in trouble. Malina's (Danika Yarosh) journey bring her closer to the truth. Elsewhere, Luke (Zachary Levi) returns home to confront his past and the authorities close in on Tommy (Robbie Kay). Meanwhile, Carlos (Ryan Guzman) may have found an unexpected ally and Erica (Rya Khilstedt) solidifies her plans.

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15 October 2015 (USA)  »

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Casper Abraham: You shouldn't have run. Then this wouldn't have happened.
Tommy Clark: What do you want with me? Why am I so important?
Casper Abraham: You have a destiny. Humanity has one last hope for survival. And part of it rests on your shoulders.
Tommy Clark: What does that even mean?
Casper Abraham: You're going to help save the world.
Tommy Clark: No... I'm not.
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Written by Wendy Melvoin & Lisa Coleman
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Interesting Finale
22 November 2015 | by See all my reviews

Neglecting the almost too easy escape of Noah and friends from the company people, this episode is quite enjoyable. The arrival of the two Japanese young people coincides perfectly with the attempted escape, making it possible. However, everything seems to come out of magic. The science is left out, totally unexplained. He only has to put on the special pair of glasses and, eureka, all his problems are solved. How exactly?

The boy who masters teleportation finds a cruel truth about his mother. His reactions are clearly forced and don't look quite natural. Get over it, will you? It could have been way too worse then what he got. Moreover, it seems like the role of the Pruitt Taylor Vince's character is finally going to be explained. All that matters now is that the kid forgets his anger issues for once and come back to reality. He is different and he must face the consequences.

The interesting part was the confrontation between the mother and the daughter which lead, in the end, to us receiving those long wanted explanations concerning the company's intentions. Yes, it makes more sense now: what they want to do, how they want to do it etc. But still, the why is not answered. Why would that happen? Is the Earth under some kind of imminent threat that only the company is aware of? Or does the company itself cause the actual attack?

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