With the sudden arrival of a high ranking official, Horace Guilder, to Project NOAH, Brad and Amy begin to strategize a possible escape plan with the help of an unlikely accomplice. Meanwhile, Sykes and Richards begin to question each other's motives, and a shaky past between Lear, Elizabeth and Fanning is revealed.
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Montrose, which Carter mentions as his home, is not a town in Texas but a neighborhood in Houston best known for a gay nightlife scene and artsy atmosphere. The book series that the show is based on has many references to Texas and Houston, specifically, where author and producer Justin Cronin is a Distinguished Faculty Fellow at Rice University. See more
When Dr. Tim Fanning and Elizabeth Lear are walking towards an old car, Tim starts to mention it is a 1969 fully restored ... , but it is clearly a 1967 Camaro. The body lines and tail lights are that of 67-68 and the vent window is clearly visible to verify the year of the car. See more