After early on in season two viewers mostly expected that "Total Rendition" would be a subject revisited sooner or later, but the timing of such an event is both uniquely puzzling by not knowing what exactly set this into motion, but yet very apt in saving the exploration of it for the season two finale.
First, let me just sincerely apologize for accidentally misleading some of you on my advanced preview of the episode. For some reason when I watched the screener, it started a few seconds into the episode, in which I missed the opening parts of the scene, including watching the Rasp's broken recorded images from the end of last season that included Will and Kate after Broussard's team retrieved it and also the delivery scene, which showed Global Authority vehicles transporting the Rasp to a triage tent, presumably in the San Fernando block. So I jumped to the conclusion that this was Noa's resistance cell given they were working on Rasps and one was missing it's gauntlet. I was wrong and again I apologize, but I hope you still found the scene and way the memory-sphere-tech can be interchanged from Rasp to Rasp still interesting, despite this doesn't give us much information about Noa's group and/or if it's possible she not resistance at all?
Snyder shows up and explains that "Total Rendition" has been enacted and that no one who has not been exempted, is doomed to go to the Factory! Snyder offers his services and Bowmans take it. Morgan's death seems to prompt Broussard to yet pursue another suicide mission. He refuses to leave with the Bowmans after learning the truth from Snyder, siting his plans to take out as many of the agents out as he can.
and seemingly letting Bram go unscathed without any immediate consequences from his recant actions. It seems likely the third season will better explore the alien tech, the culture/state of San Fernando Block, and will dig deeper on the inner workings of The Global Authority. What isn't clear is if viewers will follow Maddie to the Factory and/or if the writers will continue to have any stories remaining in the LA Block---if Broussard survived and/or if he too has been shipped off somewhere?! But at least viewers can rest assured that there is another season!! What did you think or what do you hope the third season will bring??