Two hybrids unload Bryan’s body. Beth Marzdan (Caroline Cave) is less than pleased that Xander knows about the hybrid community.
Two characters get scolded for their behaviour. Cami (Millan Tesfazgi) gets a talking to from Helen (Rena Owen) for killing Bryan. Cami accepts Helen’s statement that she is not the one to determine who lives and who dies, and that’s the end of that. Xander (Ian Verdun) and his fellow sheriff’s deputy trainees have to rescue Calvin’s tour boat, because Calvin (Curtis Lum) forgot to replace the fuel gauge and the thing ran out of gas. Xander lectures Calvin on responsibility, and Calvin defuses this by buying Xander expensive scotch and asking him to be best man at his wedding. It seems that Merfolk recognize and accept authority much more easily than do humans. It also seems likely that we will get to see Calvin and Janine (Hannah Levien) get married this season. Continue reading →
Tiffany Lonsdale will be multilingual mermaid Tia in the third season of SIREN. According to Deadline, Tia has a “highly evolved knowledge of the human condition“, understands advanced science, and is a trained warrior, which makes her sound like some sort of diplomat sent to negotiate with humans after the events of last season. The third season will air on Freeform sometime next spring.
Lonsdale’s next TV appearance will be as a “mystery woman” in the second season finale of YOU, which stars Penn Badgley as bibliophile Joe Goldberg, whose true vocation is murder. The series is based on Caroline Kepnes‘ novels, and the second season will be an adaptation of the second book,”Hidden Bodies“. It will be set in Los Angeles and will add two new recurring characters: Sunrise (played by Melanie Field), a blogger raising a toddler with her partner Lucy, and Sandy (Magda Apanowicz), a woman from Joe’s past. Netflix says the ten-episode second season of YOU is “coming soon”. Continue reading →
Xander (Ian Verdun) tries to call Nicole (who has asked him not to in a text). There are other characters who have been absent for quite a while. Janine is out of town; Levi is missing; & the entire Sheriff’s Department hasn’t been seen in quite a while.
Maddie and Ben approach Commander Kyle (Michael J Rogers) about using IVF technology to help Ryn conceive. Kyle, who offered to do that in a previous episode, is more than willing, and his mad scientist mindset is illustrated well in the following exchange:
KYLE:“Look at this point we should probably all put our cards on the table, don’t you think?” BEN:“Is this when you tell us about the cameras you hid in my house?” KYLE:“It’s my job to gather information about these creatures. How they behave. If they pose a threat.” MADDIE:“You crossed a line.” KYLE:“But sometimes that’s the cost of gaining knowledge. How’s Chris doing?”
A motel maid (Lyza Ulrych) gives Xander information about Nicole
Kyle claims that Chris (Chad Rook) is not a kidnapping victim, but is being treated by the Navy for the effects of mermaid song. It should be pointed out that Chris was originally kidnapped by Decker (Ron Yuan) under the same sort of pretext. After he escaped and decided to relocate to Alaska, the navy tracked him down again.
Meanwhie, Xander (Ian Verdun) is trying to track down Nicole (Natalee Linez). When he gets to the motel where she was staying, she has already left, but a maid tells Xander she saw Nicole arguing with a man in a military uniform (who might very well have been Kyle) just before she left. Continue reading →