Trevor encounters a device that could wipe out the entire world but Aeon stops him. They both encounter an alien in which Trevor is very interested in. Trevor decides to go back with the alien to their planet and Aeon decides to wait for him, (Trevor) in the very same pod the alien had travel in. Years, (presumably hundreds) past and Aeon wakes up. She notices that the "aliens" had taken over earth and that Trevor is still alive. She then uses the device, (from the beginning) killing the entire race. What Aeon later finds out is that these alien creatures were actually humans. We end as the final words are spoken by Trevor, "It's the evolution of the revolution... may the best man win."moreless
Aeon is caught in a time loop, in a lab in the jungle somewhere. The reason she was going to the lab was, she was planning to save a test subject but go more than she bargained for. She encounters a little boy, who seems to be the cause of all of this. He wants her, but not in a sexual way, in a motherly figure way. We end the episode, as if they are in another dimension (in the past) as Aeon drives this little boy (presumably her son) to baseball practice.moreless
Aeon is afraid of a thing that Trevor managed to acquire. This thing acts as a god with peaceful intentions but Aeon wants to destroy it.
As Aeon bombs production facilities in Bregna, Trevor Goodchild is pressured to increase security to prevent Monican terrorists from entering Bregna. Meanwhile, Sybil and Onan are a Bregnan couple that wants to escape to Monica. During their attempt to escape, Sybil is shot in the back while Onan escapes. Sybil's spine is repaired by replacing one of her vertebrate with a small device created by Trevor. This enables Trevor to make his way into Sybil's life with the intention to use her to get close to Aeon, as Aeon's apartment is across from Sybil's on the other side of the wall. Sybil tries to escape Bregna again, and loses her legs in the process to a machine she built parts for, leaving Goodchild to observe "What doesn't kill us makes us stranger."moreless