In “Outside World“, Vanessa made Mohamed human again and said: “At least I saved one person in all of this.” It turns out that is not so. Sam finds Mohamed and (probably at the urging of The Oracle) takes him to Renfield House, where Scarlett and Axel have met up with Vanessa in their quest to find and kill the Fourth Elder. What transpires with all these folks in the same room is complicated, but after much wailing and gnashing of teeth, Sam (Christopher Heyerdahl) kills Mohamed, and Vanessa kills Scarlett. Mohamed dies because to become an Elder, Sam had to kill the one that he loves to completely detach himself from humanity. Continue reading →
Alone on the island for 23 days, Scarlett constructs an imaginary friend and names it Wilson. In Episode 4.10 of MOTIVE, Peregrym was Jessica Wilson. Jessica murdered her older sister.
After twenty-three days on the island, Scarlett, unable to build a functional raft, discovers an inflatable life raft under her bed and makes it to the mainland. Sometime previous to that (it is about 80 kilometers from Denver to Loveland so the travel time between the two is much shorter than 23 days), Phil (Vincent Gale) and Joline (Caroline Cave) escape the prison bus taking them to Loveland. An organized manhunt is launched to recapture the prisoners (though Denver has been attacked and occupied by The Sisterhood, and one would think the surviving humans there would have better things to do). Continue reading →
Vanessa was named after her great-great-great grandmother (two greats before Lillian). So says Jacob Van Helsing (Michael Eklund), brother of Abraham, who (it turns out) is the third Elder, and has been incarcerated for more than a century on an island off the coast. Jacob tells Scarlett and Vanessa how his brother met his fate: “Abraham and I,” he says, “chased the son of the jackal across Europe to England and then finally here to the new world. I was wounded during the final battle with that wretched soul outside the labyrinth, while it and Abraham tumbled through the portal and beyond. which I’m sure they still remain in to this day.”Continue reading →