Ben’s dream, with a bright yellow and white colour scheme featuring sunflowers.
Robb Wellens (Deniz Akdeniz) arrives in Bristol Cove with a recording of his tribe’s echo chamber (where the songs of his ancestors are stored), and it is used first to bring Xander (Ian Verdun) out of a coma, and then to cure all other surviving victim of Tia’s song. (It seems that neither the song nor the cure for it requires any sort of high quality sound equipment to be effective.) Xander wakes up and immediately takes charge of things. (The cure must actually repair brain damage caused by the song, rather than just stopping it from progressing further.) He and Deputy Staub (Tammy Gillis) lead the hybrid volunteers, who are immune to the effects of the song, in the search for more victims. Continue reading →
Calvin (Curtis Lum) tries to decide on a suit to wear to his wedding
Calvin (Curtis Lum) gets his best man Xander (Ian Verdun) to help him pick out a wedding suit. He also talks Xander into getting the event permit. Janine (Hannah Levien), who does not appear in either of these episodes, wants the wedding’s theme to be “beachy elegance”. It looks as though Janine and Calvin will get married sometime in the last three episodes of this season, unless the mermaid wars intervene. Calvin describes his suit of choice as: “light Gray linen, classic cut, notch lapel, center vent.”
Helen (Rena Owen) is being haunted by the ghost of Ryn’s sister Donna (Sibongile Mlambo). Helen contacted the aquatic spirit world using psychotropic drugs a few episodes back because she wanted to speak to Sarge (Hugo Ateo) who was killed during the mission to sabotage an oil drilling rig (Episode 2.8). Continue reading →
Ryn (Eline Powell) serves dinner. The problem with Ryn’s food seems more in the presentation than the content.
Doctor Leena (Kaaren de Zilva) is worried that the mermaid embryo implanted in Meredith (Kiomi Pyke) is not doing well. The child is growing in the womb much faster than expected. Since it is her child that Meredith is carrying, Ryn experiences sympathy pain (an interesting variation on Couvade syndrome).
Xander (Ian Verdun) gets an acceptance letter from the Washington State Crimminal Justice Academy, and worries about his physical condition which has apparently deteriorated since his days as a fisherman. If he manages to get into shape, he might be leaving town. Xander is still pining after Nicole (who spy-banged him last season) and asks Sheriff Bishop for help finding her. Continue reading →