Season 1 Episode 10


Aired Friday 9:00 PM May 17, 2012 on FOX
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    Touch: Sloppy Seconds

    "Tessellations" had a lot of issues. We expect better of you, Touch.

  • Episode Summary

    After Martin is mistaken for a criminal, he becomes involved with a heist crew to win back the job of an innocent dock worker. Meanwhile, an Israeli boy and a Palestinian girl struggle to maintain their relationship. Martin and Abigail make peace regarding Jake's custody and form an alliance to protect him from possible harm as Clea discovers that Sheri is testing Jake on behalf of a mysterious entity.


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    • Tessellations

      Tessellations was a superbly entertaining episode of Touch. I really enjoyed watching because the story was well written, the acting was phenomenal and there was a lot of character and plot development. It was interesting to learn more about Sheri and her connection to things going on. I love the suspense and mystery surrounding her intentions. There were some more beautiful moments of humanity as a Jewish man loved a Palestinian woman against all odds. I liked how every thing played out and look forward to watching what happens next!!!!!!!!!moreless
    • Very good as usual!

      The storyline for this episod e was defiinitely quite different to most of the others we have sseen so far. There were some very interesting moments, such as the Israeli boy and Palestinian girl, and it led to some interesting scenes and great connections!

      This sohw is getting very interesting! It is fair to say that it lacks that something special, but it is very much entertaining and I am thoroughly enjoying it! I hope it continues to deliver! Keep this up, guys! I'm looking forward to the rest of the season!!! :)moreless

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


    • TRIVIA (0)

    • QUOTES (3)

      • Avram: It seems your son there wants to get your attention. If I were you, I'd follow his lead.
        Martin: We are. What do you think we're doing here?
        Avram: It's what I've been telling you. You son is trying to right an imbalance in the world; to actualize the divine potential.
        Martin: What do you mean "divine"?
        Avram: It's just a theory.
        Martin: It's a pretty big theory. Why don't we let Jake just be an 11-year-old kid for now, okay?
        Avram: Clearly, he's not. Either way, your son is trying to tell you something.

      • Jake: (closing narration) We're all a part of this infinite tessellation; each a single cell in the honeycomb. And though individual pieces of this puzzle may never physically touch, they all form part of that same grand mosaic. Like bricks in a wall, the whole is made stronger by each brick. Remove one and it all comes crumbling down. Though we may not realize it, the integrity of this wall is tested daily. But the wall holds because of everyone's collective support.

      • Jake: (opening narration) Symmetry is the language of the universe. It is written in mathematical language and the letters are triangles, circles and other geometrical figures. Without which it is humanly impossible to comprehend a single word. But some of us can speak it; we see the precise patterns, the tessellations. Those geometric shapes, rotated and reflected, infinitely repeated. And when you speak the language, follow the logic, you can predict the next step. You just have to trust in where the path leads.

    • NOTES (1)

      • Original International Air Dates:
        Canada: May 17, 2012 on Global
        Norway: June 4, 2012 on TV2
        United Kingdom: May 29, 2012 on Sky1/Sky 1 HD
        Australia: June 24, 2012 on TEN
        Finland: December 11, 2012 on MTV3

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