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Fiddler's Neck 

Dash and Arthur think a young, sick girl living in a community that eschews the use of modern technology is in danger.

Director:

Nick Hurran

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Philip K. Dick (based on the short story by), Max Borenstein (developed for television by) | 1 more credit »
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Episode cast overview:
Meagan Good ... Lara Vega
Stark Sands ... Dash
Nick Zano ... Arthur
Daniel London ... Wally the Caretaker
Laura Regan ... Agatha
Li Jun Li ... Akeela
Wilmer Valderrama ... Will Blake
Kenneth Mitchell ... Brian Stanton
Audrey Marie Anderson ... Gabby Stanton
T.J. Linnard ... Fetts (as TJ Linnard)
Taylor Nichols ... Dr. Gage
Rhys Fleming ... Katie Stanton
Demord Dann Demord Dann ... Kenny
James Tyce ... Stew
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Dash and Arthur think a young, sick girl living in a community that eschews the use of modern technology is in danger.

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

26 October 2015 (USA) See more »

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Stereo

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16:9 HD
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Wally the Caretaker: I'm good, Akeela. You're a high school freshman.
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"She Feels What The Victim Feels"
23 April 2016 | by pipecaxSee all my reviews

Everything seemed like a dream, until again a demon we woke up.

This "Minority Report" Review contains spoilers. If you have not seen "Fiddler's Neck" episode, please, do not read, this will destroy it.

At the time that we have heard that the precogs and Vega would travel to "Fiddler's Neck" (the island where the precogs take refuge, then, from pre-crime close) expectation increased. It is true that Agatha (Laura Regan) is the character most mystery series, and in this episode seemed that they would show the because she is, however, another episode will this work for which this returned to return to a good story with a horrible ending.

It is true that Agatha lives a quiet life, but the episode did not have to carry that. They three went to the island with a single mission, convince to Agatha to work together, this could last for maximum 15 minutes, Why do they take 45 minutes?. Arthur was surprised and got mad upon learning that Vega would go to the trip, so everybody expected sparks, bombs and shooting but... Vega was in the mission for demonstrate their support and confidence with the group, there were no even a single discussion, the aim: Agatha.

Still, It's uncertain Vega's scene in the milk bath, seeing the three brothers in the water, Has Vega double intentions?. Because if she has them, watch this show, it will burn. It seems evident that the love and appreciation of Agatha for Vega appeared, she believed in her, inexplicably, but... What if she's only pretending? This theory may be true, because at the end of the episode where he mentions "We'll see who's right" with a challenging tone.

The second, but the best objective of the trip was a new vision. This time a poisoning. We should be grateful that this subplot would appear in this chapter, because otherwise, nothing would have been able to generate that emotion and adrenaline of the original film.

Meanwhile, in their native country, relations are much better among the other characters. The subplots of them are very attractive. Will Blake (Wilmer Valderrama) to keep with effort Vega's secret, Akeela and Wally are by far the most captivating of the series, playing with their characters in a way that helps the texture of the series.

I think Dash and Vega have come a long way, and their relationship seems unusual with respect to other series. That selfless but loving relationship is fantastic, besides their characters do their job very well. However, the central character was Agatha, we learn a little about her, her lost love served as dramatic counterpart to the episode. Ending with Arthur his performance is convincing, but it is clear that his role in the series is not fundamental, now, we can only waiting for his own episode.

It is clear "Minority Report" does not have an established balance, rises or falls, but never gives us an easy way. Revelations, zero results, good characters but still not convinced, we can again only hopeful us in the following chapter. You can "Minority Report" !


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