After being in the tank to talk to Farouk, David realizes something has changed in Division 3.

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Dan Stevens ... David Haller
Rachel Keller ... Syd Barrett
Aubrey Plaza ... Lenny Busker
Bill Irwin ... Cary Loudermilk
Navid Negahban ... Amahl Farouk
Jemaine Clement ... Oliver Bird (credit only)
Jeremie Harris ... Ptonomy Wallace
Amber Midthunder ... Kerry Loudermilk
Hamish Linklater ... Clark
Jean Smart ... Dr. Melanie Bird
Jelly Howie ... Vermillion #1
Brittney Parker Rose Brittney Parker Rose ... Vermillion #2
Lexa Gluck ... Vermillion #3
Christine Horn ... Dr. Orwell
Marc Oka ... Admiral Fukyama
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David learns from Future Syd that he can not kill Farouk in the present timeline, as he has already done within two years. Now it seems they have a common enemy who wants to destroy them all and put humanity under his/her thumb. David now seeks Farouk, not to kill him but to persuade him to join him instead of battling each other, to join forces to beat this older more dangerous foe. As we find out, Farouk is not the origin of the disease causing people to chatter their teeth. A truce is formed, but Farouk has a dangerous request to make of David. Kerry now separated from Cary are two individual beings, Kerry learns simple tasks as eating and bodily waste disposal are new to her. Cary tries to help her along as she has separated from the bond Cary and Kerry shared with each other, where she never needed to eat or defalcate is learning simple bodily functions are new , strange and confusing to Kerry. They no longer merge as one for the time being Written by sscialli

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As mazes feature highly here, it is interesting to note that you can solve any maze if you hold out one arm and touch the wall of the maze. It doesn't matter which arm, just do not switch arms. Do not stop touching the wall as you move forward and you will eventually find your way out. Depending on where you start, you may wind up walking the entirety of the maze, but you'll eventually get out. See more »

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During the conversation between Farouk and David, when Farouk says, "You are still young, you think justice is a glass jar" you can see someone just out of focus behind Farouk move behind a tree. See more »

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Amoureux sauvetage
Written by Jean Péheu
Performed by Félix Mayol
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Just because someone has a different opinion from you does not mean that they are lying.

I love weird shows. I just do. I know that many find confusion and bewilderment frustrating, but for me they are viscerally satisfying emotions, regardless of whether or not they are followed by clarity. It is perfectly fine to dislike a show like Legion or Twin Peaks for having an abstract style of storytelling. People can like different things, and just because you enjoy different things than I do does not mean that you are less intelligent than me, it just means that we have different tastes. What I cannot stand are people who think that anybody who likes something that they don't is either pretentious or a liar. I'm not pretending to like things just to seem smart. I haven't been paid to review things positively. I just like different things from you. I don't get why it's so hard for some people to grasp the concept that people can have differing opinions without a hidden agenda. This isn't just a one-way issue, either. Fans of shows like this have long been guilty of accusing naysayers of just being "too dumb to get it". This is an equally closed-minded and damaging way of looking at the world, and extremely condescending.

I hope that people will eventually learn to accept that others can have different tastes, and to respect their decisions about what is and isn't for them. Somehow, I doubt it. As Oliver said in episode 4 of season 1, "We are the root of all our problems; our confusion, our anger, our fear of things we don't understand. Violence, in other words, is ignorance."


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17 April 2018 (USA) See more »

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