Being Human

Turn This Mother Out

Season 2, Ep 1, Aired 1/16/12
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  • Episode Description
  • Some vampires struggle with the new bagged-blood only rule, Sally goes to her high school reunion, and Nora makes a shocking discovery.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Meaghan Rath

    Sally Malik

  • Sam Huntington

    Josh Levison

  • Sam Witwer

    Aiden Waite

  • Toby Whithouse

  • Jeremy Carver

  • Fan Reviews (4)
  • Cleaning House

    By dreamgoat, Feb 10, 2012

  • Turn This Mother Out

    By TrueTvWatcher, Feb 09, 2012

  • Now, that's a cliffhanger.

    By LaSerre, Jan 19, 2012

  • I will definitely check out the second episode.

    By JohnMcBoss, Jan 17, 2012

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (2)

    • Aidan: Look, Josh, Mother's coming to meet with me.
      Josh: Oh, so that is happening? Because it's just, it's been weeks since we heard anything, and I was just thinking maybe she was on a cruise in, like, Alaska. It's really nice this time of year.
      Aidan: When you live forever, a few weeks is nothing. Look, when Mother gets here, she will give the proper order and that's that, and not even the council can go against her word. It's all good.
      Josh: If there could be a lot less "Mother will determine the proper blah, blah, blah" and, and, and floating broken coffee mugs when Nora comes down here, that would be awesome.
      Sally: Okay, come on. I mean, she knows I'm here. She saw Aidan not die. She saw you wolf out. You know, in the words of Don Aidan, it's all good.
      Josh: No, it's not.

    • Aidan: (voiceover) "Freedom" is just a pretty way of saying that you've gone off the grid. For better of for worse, you're out of options. But we call it "freedom", we write songs about it, you probably crank them in your car, and never thought about it much. Some people think it's exhilarating not having your future mapped out. Others start to drown in all that nothing. Maybe you'll enjoy for a moment the purity of doing what you want, when you want. Beer for breakfast, sex in the afternoon. But obligations sneak up. Duty, moral code. Some of us are wired to put ourselves back into cages. Freedom is just that moment of calm before the dread sets in. Because no matter what you freed yourself from, you only get so far down the open road, car windows down, music blasting, before you are forced to take a turn, make a choice, and sentence yourself to the next adventure.

    Notes (2)

    • Audience - 1,810,000

    • Original International Air Dates:
      Canada: January 16, 2012 on SPACE
      Czech Republic: June 29, 2012 on AXN
      Turkey: February 3, 2013 on CNBC-e

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