Torchwood: Miracle Day

Season 1 Episode 8

End Of The Road

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Aired Friday 10:00 PM Aug 26, 2011 on Starz
7.7
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As Jack meets his long-lost lover Angelo again, he learns who made a pact to purchase the power of resurrection and caused the Miracle Day. Meanwhile, a global recession is looming and Oswald Danes makes a shocking discovery about his future.

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  • Wow not in a good way.

    3.5
    what a waste of time in between the last ep. and this one we more forward have an ep. didn't know if i was watching 'logo" channel or "SyFy" channels "B" shows you know the ones on Saturday afternoons. I have watch all the season an this one reminded me of the old doctor who or an American soap opera where a week is relative to a day. Scifi is action, science and a little sex and a plot.not gay sex, gay sex, little action and no real plot. " My blood is not special". the list is long i've seen internes write better crap. glad I can cut starz now. was not worth the 12.95 get it back to writers of Doctor Who.

    Thatz the review and rant!moreless
  • End Of The Road

    9.0
    End Of The Road was a superb episode of Torchwood: Miracle Day and I really enjoyed watching because there was a lot of action, drama, intrigue and some surprising revelations. It was cool how Olivia was the granddaughter of Colasanto who was still alive as an old man. We finally learn who the three men were in Jacks past and it was awesome to see just how deeply infiltrated they are in society. Oswald made a disturbing discovery and created new trouble for himself. This was an exciting episode with unexpected twists and turns and I couldn't believe how the episode played out. I look forward to watching the next episode of Torchwood: Miracle Day!!!!!!!moreless
  • No spoilers here from me - I couldn't even watch this all the way through. This really is The End of the Road for me. Far too tedious this show. The 'miracle' should have been sussed out weeks ago but these Americans have messed the show up - big style.moreless

    2.5
    I no longer care what the miracle is or the belief or the turkey because this show is one big turkey. It's far too slow, most of this episode is set in one studio. I understand that the general consensus is that all Americans are slow on the uptake but surely they do not need this level of guiding through a storyline. This is by far the worst series of Torchwood and lets all hope that it comes back to the UK - and soon.

    But please, if you do not agree, write a review, I can't believe that many folks like what they've done here.

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John Barrowman

John Barrowman

Captain Jack Harkness

Eve Myles

Eve Myles

Gwen Cooper

Mekhi Phifer

Mekhi Phifer

CIA Agent Rex Matheson

Alexa Havins

Alexa Havins

Esther Drummond

Kai Owen

Kai Owen

Rhys Williams

Bill Pullman

Bill Pullman

Oswald Danes

Sharon Morgan

Sharon Morgan

Mary Cooper

Guest Star

Marina Benedict

Marina Benedict

Charlotte Wills

Guest Star

John de Lancie

John de Lancie

Allen Shapiro

Guest Star

Lauren Ambrose

Lauren Ambrose

Jilly Kitzinger

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  • QUOTES (13)

    • Olivia Colasanto: He talked about you all the time, Jack. His immortal man in old New York. He never forgot.
      Rex: You telling me the whole world got screwed because two gay guys had a hissy fit?
      Gwen: Rex, get back in your cave.

    • Olivia Colasanto: You inspired him. You proved immortality was possible, and he devoted the rest of his life to finding out how to live forever.
      Jack: And he did it. He's still alive, he's still young?
      Olivia Colasanto: Oh yes, he's still alive. Angelo Colasanto is still alive. But he's not young. My grandfather waited all this time to live forever. And his wish came true. Too late.

    • Allen Shapiro: People seem to be talking over me, which is fascinating and rare. And forbidden. I'll come back to you.

    • Rex: Well, Brian Friedkin's a Category One, the economy's going into a freefall, and one man died. So, how was your day?
      Noah: Welcome back, Rex. Things were kind of quiet without you.

    • Jilly: First I'm trying to set up a joint appearance for you with Madison Wheatley. She's the Bisected Bride. You know, car accident sheared off everything below the bikini line. Got married a week later, propped up on a box. Basically she's made up of positive thinking and colostomy bags.

    • Jilly: Shawnie Yamaguchi.
      Shawnie: That is correct.
      Jilly: Go get me a sandwich. Tomato and Swiss on sourdough. And see how well you cope with that. Then you can find me a prostitute.
      Shawnie: I'm sorry?
      Jilly: Start with the sandwich.

    • Allen Shapiro: Well, I'm sorry, Miss Cooper, but from this moment on, Torchwood is defunct. You will be removed from American soil immediately, and God help Great Britain.

    • Olivia Colasanto: You must be horrified.
      Jack: Why would you say that?
      Olivia Colasanto: He's grown so old.
      Jack: That's how I see the whole world. He's still young compared to me.

    • Allen Shapiro: So these are the Torchwood clowns?
      Gwen: Torchwood did more to piece this together than the entire C.I.A.
      Allen Shapiro: You're that English girl, Cooper. Have I got that right?
      Gwen: No, I'm not English and I'm not a girl.

    • Rex: Hold on. Sir, with all due respect, Gwen Cooper has proven herself to be extremely useful. I think it's worth keeping her on our side.
      Allen Shapiro: Did you sleep with her?
      Gwen: Pardon me?
      Rex: No sir, I did not.
      Allen Shapiro: Because most women that bitter you've slept with.

    • Allen Shapiro: You making a personal call, Drummond?
      Esther: No. Sorry, sir.
      Charlotte Wills: Is that Mr. Shapiro? You tell him, "Yes, it's personal. Yes, it's important. And yes his wife called. And I sent her flowers on his behalf."
      Allen Shapiro: Charlotte Wills. Bane of my life.

    • Allen Shapiro: This is a hell of a lot better than nicotine gum, let me tell you. You know what the rumor is from Washington? If cancer cells are immortal, well, then, the Miracle switched them around and made them just plain mortal. They're keeping it quiet in case there's an outbreak of spontaneous joy. I mean we can't have that. But it means we've got nothing to worry about. We can smoke our way into the next Great Depression.

    • Allen Shapiro: (to Jack Harkness) And what is it with you, Red Baron? You got Snoopy up your ass?

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  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • Allen Shapiro: (to Jack Harkness) And what is it with you, Red Baron? You got Snoopy up your ass?


      This alludes to the comic strip Peanuts (1950-2000) by Charles Shultz (1922-2000) where Charlie Brown's dog Snoopy imagines he's a WWI pilot trying to shoot down the Red Baron AKA Baron Von Richthofen (1892-1918), a legendary WWI (1914-1918) German ace credited with shooting down 80 Allied planes.

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