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Due to his agreement with Olivia, Schultz pacifies the central guard by making up an errand ‘Number 19’ has sent him on. I have a feeling we’ll be seeing Number 19 in the future. Peter and Eta move through the Medical Science wing undisturbed, but witness several disturbing experiments.
The third window is particularly disturbing to Etta because he is her mentor and former boss in the resistance. I wouldn’t want to see any of my past bosses in this condition…okay maybe one. But it was the 90’s, and he was just an Arby’s Manager. Isn’t that punishment enough?
After reminding Etta that this is not the time or place for vengeance, Peter gets the power turned on. Walter begins chiseling away at Amber to get the Betamax out. Etta returns and begins to prep Sergeant Schultz for a move; she’s going to drop him off with the Resistance (who will kill him). Olivia sees the situation and begins chiseling at Etta’s moral center.
The address provided for Schultz’s child is 143 Dunstable Street, #7. Any bets on whether the son, Oscar, really exists? I’ve watched this episode 3 times and still can’t decide one way or the other.
Etta heads out with Schultz, and the team pries the Betamax from its Amber grave. Rather than killing Schultz outright, or turning him in to the Resistance directly, Etta sets Schultz free instead. Schultz admits that he didn’t just see something to manipulate in Olivia’s eyes. Schultz saw something no one on Earth still feels – certainty that humanity deserves to win. Etta admits to seeing pity in Olivia’s eyes. Not pity for one person, but pity for all of humanity and the state the human race is in after years of Observer dominance.
The Scooby gang has removed the Betamax tape from its camera prison, but it is slightly melted and damaged from the laser extraction.
Walter knew he might not survive the Observer invasion, so he documented all the different parts of the plan on individual tapes scattered around like a scavenger hunt of misery. How convenient – 11 episodes are left so will there be 10 parts to the plan? I’m just guessing, of course. Who am I kidding? I’m ALL IN!
What will the first step be? Does Etta reacquaint herself with a sense of morality? Where are the instructions on how to find the first tape anyway? What does the bullet Etta wears around her neck signify? Why do I enjoy shows so much more when they ask ethical questions?