Oh, boy, fasten your seatbelts for this one. Are you ready for this reveal? It wasn’t Steven’s brother, as we suspected, who’s breaking out. It was Steven’s MOM who was using her powers! Which explains why Steven has extra powers like being able to stop time. As we learn in this ep, Tomorrow People whose parents both have powers are extra powerful.
When Jedekiah won’t call off the dogs on Astrid, Steven quits. However, the founder has an alternative for him: he wants Steven to capture a girl and bring her in. The girl, Cassie, also happens to be the founder’s daughter.
Steven is all too happy to help if it means saving Astrid from a secluded, always-on-the-run life. But ffter he meets Cassie and discovers they are psychically connected, and learns that she actually wants Ultra to bring her in so she can have her powers stripped, he realizes there is more to the story.
John, against Cara’s wishes, takes Cassie in to Ultra, and subsequently Cara kicks him out of the underground lair.
The big question is Cassie. Though at first, it looks like she is exactly as she explained to Cara and Steven, once she’s inside Ultra, she may be more of a daddy’s girl than we knew. This does not bode well.
On the condition of Steven’s bargain, Astrid goes home and everyone goes out to celebrate her return, however, Ultra shows up–the founder sucks at keeping promises–and tries to kill her again. But, Steven’s mom saves the day, stopping the bullets and freezing time.
It makes sense, and yet, she seems so straight-edge, and so against his father who had the same powers, that there are still a lot of unanswered questions. But, the show’s off until the end of the month, so we’re out of luck until then.
The gang does a funeral. Wow. When one of the most-disliked guys who did the jingles dies, his daughter (Missi Pyle) hires Lewis Roberts and Roberts to coordinate the funeral and make his death a grand affair. She wants her dad and “wow” in the same sentence. Mission accomplished. Simon eulogizes him, and the event is quite a spectacle, and had a decent turnout, considering nobody liked the guy.
Meanwhile, Zach and Andrew try to calm down the Charmin guy whose wife just left him (special guest appearance by Kurt Fuller, aka Woody on Psych!). Though they are not able to keep him in check–he strips down to his birthday suit in front of the whole office–they all help him to get through what’s happening, and even the jingle guy’s funeral helps. The attendees even pass around a few rolls of Charmin instead of Kleenex to blow their noses into.
Sort of a mixed bag on this one, but Missi Pyle and Kurt Fuller are always a comedic treat 🙂
Instead of taking his assignment to Rear D as a punishment, Pete has decided to “embrace the suck” and do the best he can in his new job, even if it means taking a load of shit from one of the guys on the base whose wife is deployed.
The guy wants to connect with his son, and he calls in Pete’s guys to move a washing machine to the second floor, and clear his jungle-level overgrown backyard for a play area. Pete’s embracing the suck, much to the chagrin of the rest of the team, but Derrick thinks Pete will show his temper before the job is done.
He almost makes it, but at the very last moment, he gives in and goes apeshit on the guy for having them do such a ridiculous crazy job in that kind of heat for pretty much no good reason. However, though he did go too far, Pete comes up with a really great way to make it up to the man and help him earn his son’s respect at the same time.
The major has Perez help him follow his teenage daughter, and try to translate what her behavior and words mean. Though Perez doesn’t like being treated like another woman instead of a soldier, she earns brownie points with the Major, and she actually does help him connect on his daughter’s level.
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