Many fans have claimed that the series has already jumped the shark because of its excessive depth. The show continues to grow, with no end in sight for their fan base or viewership numbers.
“Quatorvois” is the fifth episode of the second season of “world beyond.” The show is a science fiction drama that takes place in a world where quators are the most valuable resource.
After rejoining with Silas, the party embarked on a perilous journey to Portland, where they hoped to recruit supporters, to get Hope and Dr. Bennett out of the CRM headquarters. Huck conducted her own investigation and discovered that her greatest suspicions had been fulfilled.
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It’s going to get a little spoilery!
There’s a strategy in the works.
Felix (Nico Tortorella), Iris (Aliyah Royale), and the others make their way to the maintenance zone where Silas (Hal Cumpston) has been and reunite with him. Iris, Elton (Nicolas Cantu), and Percy (Ted Sutherland) head inside as Felix and Will keep an eye on the outside. Silas and the others had a long-awaited yet happy reunion. Silas isn’t so convinced about Iris’ idea to get into the CRM and collect what they need to verify what they did to Omaha. Things are beginning to go well for him, and he isn’t being viewed as a serial murderer any more.
Though Silas is hesitant to participate in our scheme, we are certain that Iris will persuade him to change his mind. And what about the original four drawings she gave him? Our hearts were melting! While Iris seems to have love for Percy, we’ve seen that they pale in comparison to her affections for Silas and how considerate she is with him. Yes, Iris and Percy are attempting to take their emotions for one another to the next level, but Percy has been cautious and apprehensive. He’s more interested in revenge than anything else now that he’s lost his uncle. Even if he gained his vengeance, it doesn’t seem like he’d be pleased.
So, although we aren’t opposed to Iris and Percy, we are all for Iris and Silas. His gentle benevolence counteracts her ferocious ambition. We are really enamored with it.
The next step in this anti-CRM strategy is to keep the Perimeter secure, which involves breaking into the CRM without arousing suspicion in the community. It’s remarkable that the organization wants to protect them rather than seek their assistance and hope that they would revolt with them. Even better, the Perimeter has devised an even more devious scheme to appear to hand them over to the CRM. This program has shown that amid the apocalypse, intelligence may be just as useful as physical power. It also demonstrated a whole new kind of warfare that is even more alarming.
Hope (Alexa Mansour) seeks out her father and tells him she is going to visit Iris and Felix after having a terrifying vision about him being shot because he pushed too hard to bring them back. He is taken aback, and then even more so when she informs him that the Campus Colony has been demolished due to the CRM. We were concerned that Dr. Bennett (Joe Holt) would not believe Hope. It’s a common and anticipated cliche for parents not to believe in their children, but not here, particularly after learning what happened to Will. We’re relieved that we won’t have to spend time on it. They too live in a zombie-infested planet. Nothing, including treachery, should be beyond the realm of possibility.
Meanwhile, Huck (Annet Mahendru) examines her mother, Elizabeth (Julie Ormond), by delving into her office safe and discovering that Iris is correct about their home’s devastation. We’re all for clandestine probing, but don’t expect the mother and daughter to have a heart-to-heart in which Elizabeth confesses to suffocating Huck’s tenderness. It’s terrifying to admit to wanting to wring compassion and love out of her kid and being comfortable with it. It’s another another evidence of Elizabeth’s numbness and determination to obtain what she wants, which remains a mystery.
Putting the Plan into Action
The scheme is doomed from the start. When Felix and Iris arrive at the checkpoint, they are irritated to find Percy riding in wearing Elton’s jacket, believing he had what it took to impersonate Elton. We’re becoming a little irritated ourselves. While tagging along is a poor idea, particularly given how much he wants to murder Huck, he doesn’t have much of a choice.
They don’t have much time on their hands. It’s simple to get into the CRM, but it’s not so simple to get out. Dr. Bennett isn’t going to leave without speaking with Lyla after seeing Iris and Felix and realizing it’s time to depart. Though she’s dubious since she’s on her own covert mission to turn in any information about Dr. Bennett. Even more so than Huck. Lyla seems to be prey rather than predator or survivor, and one bad move might spell her doom.
When CRM soldiers apprehend Silas at the gate, things go awry. To say we were worried would be an understatement. This is the group’s escape, and how much does the CRM know about their plot if Silas is apprehended so quickly? Is there someone who knows who knows who knows who knows who knows who knows who knows who knows who Dr. Bennett doesn’t have time to speak with Lyla, so who may have handed them over?
The reappearance of Jadis aka Anne (Pollyanna McIntosh) from The Walking Dead is still the greatest surprise of the episode. She vanished with Rick in the Season 9 finale, but she’s suddenly reappeared, and she seems to be on par with Elizabeth in terms of toughness. We already know she’s as cunning as the rest of them. We’re quite concerned about our group’s safety now that she’s in the CRM.
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