Jones mentions something called Project Charon. In Greek mythology, Charon is the ferryman in the underworld, who help the dead cross the River Styx. See more »
What I am about to tell you is the legend as it was told to me. There was once a serpent who only traveled one direction. Always forward, never backward. Until one day, the serpent came upon a demon.
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The episode starts with a glimpse at what I'm guessing is going to tie into the season finale, Then it jumps to our time and it switches gears from there, with Titan appearing in front of our heroines. As a last ditch effort, Katarina tells Cole of Project Charon a wild card that she's been saving for a rainy day. As they intend to use the machine to teleport the facility to another location. But since it's untested they have no idea how succesful it will be or whether it will impact the timeline. And as usual the ending left me in awe. As good as the story was. It's Jennifer that was the highlight of the episode, it felt like we got a glimpse into her head and it was so entertaining. Take a bow Emily Hampshire. You've earned it.
This series might not have had a strong start(due to lack of budget) but it's never been inconsistent, the writers have always known which direction they were headed. Mark my words this series is a cult-classic that will be remembered in the years to come. Season four is on par with the best science fiction I've seen in a long time.I cannot wait to see how they end the series, knowing that this season will be it's last gives a bitter-sweet sensation. I'm sure they could have easily made it last longer as time travel is a concept that has limitless opportunities. But it's better to end a series on a high note, rather then dragging it along.
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