Continuum

Season 3 Episode 4

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14
Aired Friday 10:00 PM Apr 25, 2014 on Syfy
8.8
out of 10
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68 votes
5

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Kiera questions police behavior while working to help a college student caught up in a cop cover-up; Carlos learns that the influence of Liber8 can be felt even in the VPD; and Alec makes an unlikely ally.

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  • Another spectacularly stupid episode

    6.5
    Another spectacularly stupid episode, this show has really lost the plot, and the good writing, of season one. both the Alecs and the Kierras were only days apart so why are the personalities so different from their other selves? I know I'm the same person as I was a few days ago!
  • Spectacular!

    10
    Wow, what an episode! We had action, drama and the most intriguing of endings! Double Alec scene was wicked, and I can't wait to see how that evolves! How will two Alecs change the future?



    Meanwhile interesting scenes with Julian - he's been MIA for a while, but he got his fifteen minutes today and I wonder where this will go.



    All up, really enjouyable episode, and I can't wait for more!moreless
  • A Clever Title

    10
    Excellent episode. (Though I don't like too much of talks, but I guess it was necessary in this one)



    --Spoilers below--



    I think Alec meeting Alec was inevitable - what was he doing at 'his' Lab anyway, he would have been caught regardless of Alec seeing the video. I don't know how are they going to cooperate or even compete but I know for sure that the course of this show can go in any direction from here on.



    The consequences of Alec saving Emily has tangled many fates. I think none of the Time Travelers (Alec and Kiera) nor the Freelancers can now achieve the future they want. - Well, at least in this timeline ;)



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  • Awesome!

    10
    tysonavery said exactly what I was thinking! The episode really developed the characters. I teared up at Kira's decision to save the little girls and her colleagues quiet approval with the hands beared towards her behind their backs.
  • Brilliant!

    10
    This season keeps getting better and better, can't wait to see where they take it. I love this episode for 2 reasons because it really concentrated on building the personality of all the characters in terms of their humanity (right/wrong, good/evil) and secondly it gave strong indications of the potential direction the show will head towards. I have a feeling that this season is going to be the best yet?
Catherine Lough Haggquist

Catherine Lough Haggquist

Nora

Guest Star

Michelle Harrison

Michelle Harrison

Diana Balton

Guest Star

Peter Bryant

Peter Bryant

Mr. Towey

Guest Star

Magda Apanowicz

Magda Apanowicz

Emily

Recurring Role

Brian Markinson

Brian Markinson

Inspector Dillon

Recurring Role

Jennifer Spence

Jennifer Spence

Betty Robertson

Recurring Role

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