Khlyen (Rob Stewart) and Kendry (Mayko Nguyen) are human now, but Aneela (Hannah John-Kamen) is somehow still Hullen. She was inside a Khlyen Cube during the death of the green, so it is possible that the cube offers a connection to a pool of green in another place far enough away to not have been affected by the spores (see episode 4.10). The Khlyen Cube is probably based on Hullen technology, and up till now we really hadn’t seen it do much. On Arkyn, it worked like an elevator. This time, when Jaq enters the cube, it disappears, but not all at once. The cube’s outline remains visible as it rotates and reduces in apparent size, as though it is tumbling into a multi-dimensional wormhole. Continue reading →
Dani Kind (Mercedes Gardner) will be Lucille in TWO DEATHS OF HENRY BAKER, a modern-day western that stars Gil Bellows as Henry Baker, a famous outlaw who is released from prison after 25 years. Old friends and old ememies, including a bearded vagrant with an old bullet scar, a drunken deputy with half an ear missing, and a burned out street hustler with a vendetta, trail Henry to the Belair Bar and Hotel in (fictional) Grey County somewhere in the US. Once there, Baker plans to reunite with his son who has been protecting the gold he stashed away before being jailed. Among others in the cast are Jess Salgueiro (Jackie in I’LL TAKE YOUR DEAD) and Tony Curran (Datak Tarr on DEFIANCE).
Jaq (Jaeden Noel) and Kendry (Mayko Nguyen) on an unknown planet outside The Quad. One wonders, why the bow and arrows and where did she get them?
Cage fighting and Corin Jeers, two things that were a part of the very first episode of KILLJOYS (Bangarang) are also part of this one. Jeers was the first person to be “locked and served” by Dutch and Johnny on KILLJOYS. In Bangarang, the fight was between D’Avin and John. In this one, Dutch gets entered into a prison fight tournament called the Bellaxion.
Originally ten families controlled Qresh. When Khylen and the Yardeens left Qresh for Arkyn (see Episode 3.7), the family lost all of its lands and power, leaving The Nine to rule. We know the names of the nine familes of Qresh from previous episodes (mostly from Necropolis Now, which was written by Andrew de Angelis, who also wrote this episode). They are: Derrish, Hyponia, Kendry, Lahani, Nenodall, Rinn, Simms, Trus, and Traclus. The Bellaxion is being run by Evi and Sylas of Land Robbel, so either one of the families has been renamed, or there is a new clan on Qresh. Continue reading →