The Passage Season 1 Episode 3 Review: That Never Should Have Happened to You

The Passage Season 1 Episode 3

In the third episode, all the main characters meet, the plot moves forward, and the threat of virals is raised. The Passage had a good first episode and a good second one. So, if “That Never Should Have Happened To You” is setting the tone and pace of the show now, then we’re at the start of a great show that lives up to its promise.

This is a line of text that Richards said to Babcock in the cold open of the episode. Afterward, after he stopped one of the guards from trying to rape her, he said that. Project Noah As it turns out, Richards has a flashback from five months ago, and it seems to be before things really went downhill for him.

Babcock talks about herself as a desert rat from Las Vegas, and we get to know her more as a person. Through a series of flashbacks, she’s transferring to Richards, the agent himself starts to take on more of a role in the episode itself.

Following the events of the last episode, when Babcock ate the jerky orderly who had been harassing her, the Noah top brass, as well as Grey, who was there for her “cheat meal,” meet to talk about the female viral’s fate.

Henry Ian Cusick’s Jonas Lear wonders if his creations aren’t as catatonic as he thought, and wonders if they can get back at him. They come together quickly in this episode. In his head, he thinks the virals can communicate with each other telepathically and change dreams.

The Passage Season 1 Episode 3

It’s clear that Fanning and Babcock are not eating at the blood trough, which means that they must be talking. If you’re not eating at the table, you’re talking. So, what did they talk about? Richards thinks that Babcock should be killed because she is the first virus to kill a human in three years at Noah.

A lot of the time, it looks like he’s trying to make himself not go soft, even though he’s been having hallucinations about her. Fanning (Jamie McShane) convinces the woman that she is more powerful than she thinks, and he encourages Babcock to come up with a way to stay alive in their dream world meeting place, too.

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The way she does this is by making Richards go on little trips down her own dark memory lane. We see Shauna Babcock as a child, saving money and stealing money to go to a special effects makeup school, but we don’t see her until she’s a grown woman.

At a Halloween party in a warehouse, she slashes the arm of a jerk who comes up to her and her friend. She ends up in jail for the rest of the evening. Mom: She bails her out, and reveals that she’s a piece of work. She’s the whole verbally abusive package of the “you’re not going to be anything” kind of person.

He also sexually abused her since she was eight years old. Her mom knew all along. She blames her daughter. This is what she tells Richards to show him why she killed her parents, and how she ended up on death row, and then at Noah.

He gets into Richards’ head a lot. Confronted by Wolgast now at Noah, he wants to make sure what she’s been telling him is true. Her abuse history can’t be used in court, so Richards starts to break down. Even Wolgast can see that his old friend is breaking down.

Babcock was going to be executed by UV light, and when he stopped it, he did it right away because she looked like she was going to die. Last week, Brianne Howey made a big impression. In this episode, she does the same, making her one of the more interesting characters to watch, making her one of the most interesting characters to watch.

The Passage Season 1 Episode 3

For the first time, I was interested in Vincent Piazza’s Richards, and I hope his character grows and changes even more as the show goes on (though I was really hoping he would put a bullet into the guard who attacked Babcock, rather than letting him go).

Then, Wolgast and Amy show up at Noah’s house. Make sure to listen, write down details, and not panic as you plan your escape with Saniyya and Mark-Paul Gosselaar. Counting steps, making noise, and watching for keypad codes are some of the things that Amy does to get the job done.

We learned in the pilot that Richards framed Wolgast, who was supposed to kill the sheriff’s department employees, for the murders. Wolgast can stay by Amy’s bedside to keep her calm. They start to get along right away.

This opens the door to some very interesting conversations. A little of this is shown in the movie. Amy is shown being crafty and sending notes under the door to her next-door neighbor Anthony Carter, played by McKinley Belcher III.

Carter meets up with Wolgast, the agent who persuaded the death-row inmate to join Noah. The newly-changed Carter points out the irony of both of them being in prison at the same time. To protect the girl from Fanning, who is sure to get into her head.

It’s a bad thing, but Amy is quickly treated at the facility and given the viral injection, which starts her body to change. Caroline Chikezie, who plays Sykes, gives Amy the injection herself. She tells herself and herself that everything will be fine because she is “the most important little girl in the world.

” Let me tell you how much I don’t like Sykes right now because he’s so naive. She talks a good game about her moral intentions, but it doesn’t work because she knows the monsters she has made down in 4B. As Carter makes a mess in his room, Wolgast goes on a search for new things.

With the help of the orderly’s security clearance, he takes Grey and gets to 4B, where Fanning is behind glass and ready to attack him with his claws. Jonas shows up, and he disables the security cameras and gives the agent a download of all the information the agent has about all the prisoners they’ve taken.

They were trying to come up with a universal form of immunity for humans, but instead, “we made a new kind.” The scene also makes fun of the blood-sucking elephant in the room with jokes delivered seriously.

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What does Wolgast say to the people who keep talking about virals? Those who eat blood will turn to ashes in the sun. If you want to call them vampires, then you should. He says that because we’re scientists, Agent Wolgast: That makes sense. As for vampires, there aren’t any of them.

The good doctor is also realizing that things have gotten out of hand. Wolgast and Jonas, on the other hand, seem to be forming a friendship. It’s good that the main characters seem to understand that virals can communicate with each other through telepathy and enter people’s dreams.

This means there won’t be a lot of time spent trying to convince each other for weeks. In Jonas’s mind, Fanning is becoming more powerful. He wants to be free. Because it goes by so quickly, the scene works. It also sets up a great payoff at the end.

The Passage Season 1 Episode 3

Before Wolgast made fun of Amy’s room, the closet, and under her bed for having monsters in them. Afterward, he goes back to the girl and tells her again that there are no monsters “under the bed.” The episode ends with Wolgast having his own dream taken over by Fanning.

Fanning tells the human to stay out of his way, but Wolgast does not listen. Lila, Wolgast’s ex, is looking for the truth about the 12 inmates he brought to the Project Noah hotel in Colorado, even though most of the episode takes place at the hotel.

In the movie, Lila, who isn’t going back to her fiancé, convinces a reporter to look into the case, which is sure to end in disaster. At least Lacy (Kecia Lewis) made it out of the attack on her compound. She’s ready to kick some ass.

A lot of the third episode of The Passage is about explaining things, but it’s still very good. You can tell there’s a lot of steam behind the story. Even though the relationship between Wolgast and Amy is still fun to watch, it’s nice to see more depth added to the other people in the story. Hopefully, the show will keep this up. If it does, the show will become a favorite quickly.

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