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Phillip's book leads Skye and Jeff to the missing Professor Robert Kimble. His assistant Allegra provides them with clues to the secret of neural interface, and they soon make contact with Kimble and learn of his connection to the Moon Hill parents. Meanwhile, Roger confronts Kirstie and on the show, Kelly goes to therapy with her sister Meadow.
Kelly and Paz are watching Andy's school, and Paz assures his partner that Glen's background checks out. They see Meadow bring Andy to school and Kelly concedes that nothing is going on. As they drive off, Meadow walks past a delivery van and Billy steps out. She happily greets him and Billy hugs her and tells her to come with him. Meadow gets in the back and hears a man gasping and wheezing behind a curtain. She begs Billy to stop, but he demands to know if Kelly is ready. Billy says that she soon will be and then explains that life without Kelly adds up to nothing. He gives Meadow a control stick and pulls aside the curtain, revealing her parents' killer, Henry, bound, gagged, and hooked up to wires. Billy tells her to enjoy and sits back to watch as a smiling Meadow triggers the electricity again… and again... and again. Billy finally stops her, saying that it's enough... for today...Read the full recap
Allegra Constantine: So, Dr. Kimble's area of expertise is cognitive science. Thirty years ago, he came up with this theory that TV could be ushering in an era of some sort of shared awareness, a collective consciousness. I know how it sounds. It was a pretty crazy theory at the time.
Jeff: I don't know. Maybe it was ahead of its time.
Allegra Constantine: And since then, TV has gotten all the more pervasive. I mean, it's everywhere. It's on our computers, our phones. Terrorist attacks, earthquakes, royal weddings, the Olympics; what happens? Everyone is glued to their televisions. Everyone watching the same thing at the same time.