Jeremiah and Kurdy are sent to Clairfield to find Elizabeth, who has been kidnapped by Theo's
jocks, while investigations get under way to find the traitor who's leaking information from
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This is the best Sam Egan episode so far! It is nowhere near the top of my list but it is a
huge improvement over some of his other episodes.
I love Theo! It was great to see her again and how she dealt with Jeremiah and Kurdy. The
interaction between her and Jeremiah was superb and we also got to learn a bit more about her
background. I knew there had to be more to her then the Queen Bitch from Hell persona that she
carries with her everywhere. Also, I like the sexual tension between them but at the same time
I am glad that it is only hinted at and not acted on. It makes it more fun to watch!
Markus is also starting to recognize the limitations and consequences of his dictatorship at
the mountain. I am curious to see if the counsel will continue the decision making process
that Markus forced on them in this episode. I also noticed that the counsel consists of nine
members ... just like the Minbari Grey Council. Sorry, I couldn't help the Babylon 5
reference. ;) Perhaps there is no real relation because nine is a very good number for a
Finally, I was really cheering for Kurdy at the end. I won't spoil it but I am sure you will
know what I mean once you see it.
THEO RATING: 8
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- Why did Markus send Elizabeth (who is an unexperienced field agent and has a personal
vendetta to settle) into Clarefield?
- Was Jacob really only communicating with his sister or did he have another agenda?
- Will the counsel at Thunder Mountain continue to integrate democracy into their
system of government that they have now?
- When we see Theo again, how much will she have changed now that she spent time with
- How will Theo deal with Rasmussen?
- Why was Deborah accepted into Thunder Mountain so easily and quickly when Erin indicated
it would be difficult?
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