The end is nigh. Was the sacrifice worth it? Did Kiera make it home? Do we need to hug it out?
Brad showed his true colors, Kiera made a tough decision, and Travis took one for the team in "The Desperate Hours."
Alec picked Jason's scatterbrain for deets on his maybe-future and who his one true love was if it wasn't Emily. Meanwhile, Kiera and Carlos fought about Brad and Time-traveller Jesus made an appearance.
In "Rush Hour," Emily and Alec played wack-a-baddie, while Kiera and Kellogg went swimming in an episode that was slightly more than mediocre.
Continuum's final season kicks off with the usual level of star-crossed timelines, craziness, and migraines.
Kiera's story with six new episodes in 2015.
"Last Minute" moved the series way past its origin story and Kiera trying to get home. Now it's about the nature of time... and the nature of people... and how time can do both terrible and wonderful things to both.
Plus: Dates for Jim Henson's Creature Shop Challenge, a handful of one-off specials, and the next Syfy Original Movie.
Now that the Continuum landscape has been fundamentally changed forever, where does that leave us during the long, cold months until Season 3?
Continuum's moral/ethical/personal ambiguity is typically reserved for the big Liber8 vs. the corporations debate, but "Second Last" took the time to shrink the issues down and break our allegiances into even smaller pieces.
"Second Guess" in general was fairly unnerving.
There was a lot going on this week, a lot of moving players around and getting them into position as we head into the homestretch of the season. Not a lot of heady philosophical stuff, but definitely a lot of action.
"Seconds" was one of the darker episodes of Continuum to grace our screens so far this season.
The Canadian time-traveling show will still have a home in the U.S.
"Second Listen" addressed an issue with Continuum that I didn't even realize I had—or rather, an issue that I previously couldn't entirely define or put a name to—and that's the importance of Alec's autonomy in the present.
I coulda done without the Law & Order stuff this week, but everything else was great.
"Second Truths" featured a great deal of progress for Kiera as a character, building on the forward movement she enjoyed last week after her chat with her automated mental-health professional.
"Second Opinion" gave us a much-needed look into Kiera's deepest fears.