Recaps1x7: Sync recap
: A voiceover explains the significance of the number six: the number of evil. Sometimes a person must ally himself with his foe in order to move forward. White Vincent explores the wreckage of Nazi submarine where Hank found Sturm's frozen body. He returns to his ship with the submarine's log book... read more.1x6: Weight recap
: Melanie Lynch leads a mysterious meeting, insinuating to attendees that disastrous weather events and tragedies are a lead up to the Rapture. She states that because these events were not directed at the attendees, they are not tragedies but messages from God to stay on the path they are on. When they find the True Cross, she says, they will bring God's prophecies to reality... read more.1x5: Suspension recap
: The episode begins with White Vincent narrating the significance of the number four, as it relates to seasons, phases of the earth, and his pursuit of the fourth clock. Elsewhere, Melanie Lynch explains the history of the locust to the messenger boy, how it was once seen as a plague from God on humans but now controlled by science. She states it represents that God's power now lies in the hands of man. The boy gives her a coded message from White Vincent, and she responds by crushing the locust she holds in her hand... read more.1x3: Pendulum recap
: The episode begins with Hank and Beck rushing into a building. They climb a flight of stairs and Beck has her gun firmly pointed ahead. The building seems abandoned. Hank begins yelling out for Laila. In the end they find Laila sitting on a chair. She tells him “you have to stop”. Hank doesn’t pay much heed to what she is saying. “You don’t understand” she says and just then a number of locusts come, flying and they begin crashing against the windows. “He is coming back” says a terrified Laila and just then a huge swarm of locusts manages to break the glass and come in. Hank wakes up from his nightmare with a start. He is sitting in a plane and is about to land in New York... read more.1x2: Face recap
: The episode begins and Hank comes face to face with Vincent. Hank asks him if his wife is alive, but Vincent simply punches him in the face. Beck in the meantime is inside the submarine looking around. She finds an old journal and while she is reading it she hears some noise. She immediately hides the journal in her jacket. Vincent on the other hand brings Hank inside the sub. He brings Hank to the frozen Nazi officer who had helped the people at the church in Germany, and who was christened new Bartholomew. Hank is shocked to see that Bartholomew is his mirror image. “So how does it feel to look upon yourself Hank?” Vincent asks. Vincent recovers a pocket watch from Bartholomew’s jacket... read more.