Being Human

Season 3 Episode 6

What's Blood Got to Do With It?

7
Aired Monday 9:00 PM Feb 18, 2013 on Syfy
8.2
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    Being Human "What's Blood Got to Do With It" Review: A Waste of a Perfectly Good Pellegrino

    Mark Pellegrino makes everything better. Usually. I mean, it helps when his screentime isn't largely filler, when he does more than rehash a story that, for the most part, we already know.

  • Episode Summary

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    Sally panics when her brother turns up. Aidan tries to make out that Kenny didn't see him in his vampire state and things seem to be looking up for Josh and Erin until the worst possible thing for the group happens.

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    • What's Blood Got to Do With It?

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      "What's Blood Got to Do With It?" was a send nominal episode of being human. I really enjoyed watching because there was a lot of character development and the backstory for Aiden along with Bishop was very intriguing. Sally had to face some serious consequences for the deals she has made. The bubble boy at the hospital was making a connection with Aiden and it was interesting to watch their scenes. Josh trying to help Erin was great because they both played it well. I liked the stakes being risen and how the story lines unfolded. I look forward to watching what happens next!!!!!!!!!



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    Jesse Rath

    Jesse Rath

    Robbie Malik

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    Raphael Grosz-Harvey

    Raphael Grosz-Harvey

    Ben

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    James Loye

    James Loye

    Teenage British Soldier

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    Amy Aquino

    Amy Aquino

    Donna Gilchrist

    Recurring Role

    Bobby Campo

    Bobby Campo

    Max

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    Lydia Doesburg

    Lydia Doesburg

    Erin Shepherd

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