"The thing is, when do we ever have a guarantee in this life? If I lose him (Jacob) tomorrow...at least I'll have had these days with him"
There are only two episodes remaining this season for the mysterious ABC hit drama Resurrection. Two episodes to give us so many answers to the myriad of questions we have and two episodes to close what will hopefully be the first of many seasons. I like this show and wish ABC would renew it for another season because I feel there is so much more to this story they need to tell and many more avenues they can go down with respect to the 'returned' they can bring back. It looks like it is headed in that direction after getting a look at the 'episode seven' trailer for next week. I know I said I don't like trailers, but sometimes they look good and provide some useful information. Take a look at next week's promo and you will see what I mean.
Episode six deals, in part, with the ramification of Caleb's sudden and mystifying disappearance from his prison cell just a few feet from Marty last week. Sheriff Fred is seen obsessing over the surveillance feed of Caleb's cell to no end. He gains nothing from the video, other than seeing Caleb one second, then disappearing an instant later. I can only imagine that Caleb's whereabouts will be revealed to us in the finale and not a minute sooner.
Rachael finally tells Tom that she is pregnant with his child and that does not come without its consequences. That new revelation does not sit well with Tom's wife, or for that matter, Helen, one of Tom's churchgoers we met a few episodes ago. At the next church service, Helen tells the congregation Tom and Rachael's secret and most of them leave as a result of losing faith in their pastor.
I thought the episode was a little slow at times and only offered a few more clues as to what is really going on with the mystery plaguing the town of Arcadia. We still have yet to meet Barbara, Sheriff Fred's wife that perished in the same incident as Jacob. Fred pulls out his wedding band and places it in its rightful "home" by his bedside. Maybe that scene was a bit of foreshadowing and we will see Barbara in the next episode? Either way, I really hope the pace picks up with the penultimate episode next week. It appears Arcadia will get a lot more 'returned' visitors, proving that Caleb was right, that this is all just the beginning.
Thoughts and Discussions
- Why does no one lose their mind when they are told that someone has come back from the dead? Eric just acts as if it is a natural thing that he needs to study.
- What does the constant, 0.38, mean? why is it significant?
- I know I asked this question last week, but I think it's important that we keep unanswered questions together. Where did Caleb go? Why did he suddenly disappear? What or who is the cause?
- Why did Gary and that cop kidnap Rachael? What are their plans for her?
- Before the finale I will post "Unanswered Questions" so they are all in one neat package. Why don't you list all the questions you would like to see in that post and I will compile them between now and the next episode's Review?
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