Resurrection

Season 1 Episode 4

Us Against the World

38
Aired Sunday 9:00 PM Mar 30, 2014 on ABC
8.3
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As Pastor Tom and his wife deal with Rachel's return, Caleb goes from being a person of interest to the center of a police manhunt when a person from his past is found murdered and an unsolved crime is repeated.

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  • Not a very gripping episode this week,

    6.0
    Not a very gripping episode this week,
  • Very interesting!

    10
    A really good episode in which we get developments on multiple fronts, including a lot of stuff going down with Caleb and learning more about who Rachel is.



    There were some really interesting scenes and the ending was rather interesting. "I't s just beginning" - or something like that was the last line - wonder what it means?



    Looking forward to seeing how this continues - very mysetrioud and very interesting!moreless
  • Dead good.

    8.0
    I'm not much of a reviewer so I'll keep it short. This was yet another brilliant episode from a surprisingly great mini-series. Great characters and a very intriguing mystery. Possibly the best episode so far. We're at the midway point so I think it'll start switching gears as it heads towards the finish line. I cannot wait to find out where these previously dead people are coming from!





    AudioFilez, Laney is Caleb's daughter if you even bothered to pay attention. He was just repeating what he said to her earlier in the episode and your comparison to Fringe is utterly ridiculous. Why compare two radically different shows from radically different genres?moreless
  • Who Is Us?

    4.5
    As a viewer I feel tired of being played. The Pastor's one-time fiance is back from the dead we find out and he's conflicted. Let's see, there is now a total of three, unless I've forgot due to boredom, people back from the dead. Of the three the only interesting character is Caleb. He's very evil and unlikeable. He is the probable perpetrator of an old bank robbery, he may have killed his partner upon his return, and he has as of this episode likely repeated the bank robbery all over again.



    Another episode slogged through and no answers to anything. Each week the fabric of this close knit community is further broken. People are fighting among themselves and building walls. Omar Epps character is, apparently, never going to leave town because he's absorbed by what's happening. Trouble is as a viewer, and I think I may speak for more than a few of us, I'm not nearly as absorbed. I'm a little mad that a brilliant premise is being wasted with a lot of seriously weak connecting character interactions with dialog written as if the writers are still in grade school.



    Remember Fringe? We had a lot of seriously unbelievable events of which some told a piece of a larger puzzle. Nothing here connects well as of four episodes which is undoubtedly intentional and thus no pieces are giving little rewards, or aha moments. Plus, with Fringe we had the truly fantastic character of Walter and the eminently likeable hero Peter and heroine Olivia. With Resurrection we got zero in characters we viewers assimilate with or a strong sense of connection with. The wait for something was virtually empty and then with about 60 seconds left Caleb makes the statement to an invisible person whose name was slurred, sounded like Laney, that it's "us against the world again". Seriously, that just made me madder to have been played for nothing more than that. Who is us? Is anyone out there (thanks Pink Floyd) that believes we should care? I'm almost done with this show I'm sorry to say because a great premise is going down more each week.

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Eduardo Gonzalez

Eduardo Gonzalez

Sheriff's Deputy

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Scott Buckley

Scott Buckley

Guard 1

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Katelyn Nacon

Katelyn Nacon

Girl

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Veronica Cartwright

Veronica Cartwright

Helen Edgerton

Recurring Role

Kathleen Munroe

Kathleen Munroe

Rachael Braidwood

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Lori Beth Edgeman

Lori Beth Edgeman

Janine Hale

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