Saturday, August 29, 2009

New Episode - Being Human (Episode 6)

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Tonight at 9PM (8PM Central) Being Human airs on BBC America, the final episode of the first season. I am telling you, I love this show, and it just keeps getting better. I cannot wait for season 2! As for the question I ask myself earlier in this series, I think I wanna marry George, and have the affair with Mitchell. Or just be able to watch him...

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The season finale opens with a return to when George met Mitchell, and the bond they immediately shared. We return to the hospital, where Mitchell is fighting for his life, even as he confounds the medical staff with no real heartbeat [he is a vampire, after all]. George and Annie stay by his side. All this scares Nina, and she questions George, who has no definitive answers.

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Annie has picked up a new 'skill set,' although she is unsure how to harness it. Josey stops by to see her former lover to talk and offer her assistance. Herrick wants to eliminate all three, and sets a plan in place. Will George abandon Nina or Annie & Mitchell? Who will save Mitchell? Will Annie gain strength, pass thru the door, or will she float away like a plume of smoke?

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My selection for best quote from the episode follows:
Vicar [standing beside Mitchell's hospital bed]: We could just sit together for a few moments of quiet contemplation.
George: Contemplation about what?
Vicar: Fiery damnation and oblivion awaits all atheists.
George: Huh. No, it's not that. I'm Jewish, and, uhhhhh, he's complicated.
Vicar: Jews people pray, I 've seen Yentl.
George: You're very sarcastic for a vicar.
Vicar: Yeah, so people tell me and I feel really bad about it and then, you know, I forgive myself.

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The accompanying pictures are screencaps from the episode. For more information, the Being Human website can be found here.

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