With their mission now fully dedicated to spreading the cure, Nathan James puts a call out to civilians to meet at pre-selected ports across the country, where all will receive the cure. However, small Immune factions remain active in their quest to fight the cure and fulfill Ramsey's dreams.
Did You Know?
"Sic semper tyrannis" is a Latin phrase that means "thus always to tyrants" and is sometimes mistranslated as "death always to tyrants", though they both have the same meaning. The phrase was first attributed to Marcus Brutus during the assassination of Julius Caesar on March 15, 44 BC; it was also used by John Wilkes Booth, he reportedly shouted it right before assassinating President Abraham Lincoln on April 14, 1865; Timothy McVeigh (The Unibomber) was wearing a shirt with the phrase and a picture of Abraham Lincoln on it when he was arrested in connection with the bombing of the federal building in Oklahoma City on April 19, 1995. It is often used as a rallying cry to overthrow leaders that are viewed as tyrants. See more
When Tex spreads the contagious cure to the rancher at the farm where his daughter was staying, and then again to the sick man who was shot, he failed to tell them that he had not only cured them but had also made it possible for them to spread the cure to other people. That would be critical information that they would need to know, not only so that they didn't have to worry about getting sick anymore but also so that they could know how to spread the cure to any other people that might know or meet. See more
The episode listed as "The Last Ship" 2.13 needs to be deleted. It is a duplicate of what is correctly referred to as "The Last Ship" 2.2 "Fight the Ship" See more
The Last Ship Opening Theme
Written by James S. Levine
& Jim Dooley See more