As revelations abound, Juliana is forced to make the hardest decision of her life. Wegener returns to Germany to carry out his mission. Smith risks becoming the prey as he goes hunting with his assassin, and Kido desperately tries to close his investigation before his time runs out.
Did You Know?
The "Führerhauptquartier in the Austrian Alps" is actually Hohenwerfen Castle near Salzburg, Austria. It was used as a location for a Nazi stronghold before in the 1968 movie Where Eagles Dare starring Clint Eastwood. See more
When Juliana is telling the two resistance fighters about the last film she saw, she mentions an "A-bomb" explosion. Although the term "atomic bomb" was coined by H.G. Wells
in 1913, the term "A-bomb" did not come into public use until after the bombing of Hiroshima (which doesn't happen in this alternate universe). In the alternate universe where Germany developed nuclear weapons first, it is known as a "Heisenberg device" (named after Werner Heisenberg
who worked on the German nuclear project). See more
Running away isn't the same as being free.
The phrase "The characters and incidents portrayed are entirely fictional" in the closing credits of every episode is also shown in German and Japanese translations. See more
Written by Jerry Miller See more