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This week on SciFi TV Rewatch we discuss the introduction of Nikolai into Henry’s life and her resistance to accepting the help he offers. We get a glimpse into the shadow organization that’s conducting clandestine tests that require advanced teleporters, and it appears Henry has become even more important than previously thought.

In our What We're Watching segment, Dave gets caught up on The Magicians Season 5, catches the Season 5 premiere of Outlander, and looks forward to the second season of Altered Carbon. Wayne can’t wait for the next season of Lost in Space and reminds Dave why it’s necessary to have the characters move from one crisis to the next.

In Listener Feedback, Richard checks in and explains how Impulse led him to binge watch Impulse in three days, and Fred from the Netherlands wonders whether Lucas’ penance is really enough considering he murdered Amos Miller.

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Episode Grade: A-

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This week on SciFi TV Rewatch we discuss the season two premiere titled “Mind on Fire.” In the aftermath of the incident with Bill Boone, Cleo, and Henry, Henry faces the realization that her life has irrevocably changed beyond anything she could imagine. But it’s not only Henry that must accept the ramifications of what’s happened. Jenna and Townes face their own demons, but it’s Henry’s dream sequence that raises the most questions.

In our What We're Watching segment, Dave binged the Netflix series The Stranger starring Killjoys alum Hannah John-Kamen and Anthony Head who portrayed Giles in Buffy the Vampire Slayer. After Dave’s alert last week, Wayne is nearly caught up with the current season of The Magicians

In Listener Feedback, Fred from the Netherlands explains why he prefers leaving feedback rather than soliciting it. 

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Episode Grade: B+

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This week on SciFi TV Rewatch we discuss the season one finale in which Henry must now confront individuals who are beginning to realize the powers she possesses. Nikolai returns but it’s still unclear whether he’s here to help Henry or turn her over to a dark corporation. 

In our What We're Watching segment, Dave talks about his recent penchant for YouTube content providers including consumer right to repair advocate Louis Rossman and technology mavens Luke Miani and Sara Deitchy. Wayne brings up one of the most intriguing episodes of the Jodie Whittaker Doctor Who era.

In Listener Feedback, Fred from the Netherlands asks whether the showrunner knew she had a second season before giving viewers a huge cliffhanger. 

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Episode Grade: Dave A  Wayne B+

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This week on SciFi TV Rewatch we discuss the showdown between Bill Boone and Jeremiah Miller and whether Lucas begins a redemption arc after releasing Cleo. Of course, the episode’s final scene in which Henry saves Clay’s life by teleporting him from the burning house to the safety of her bedroom puts her in a precarious situation now that she has to explain what just happened.

In our What We're Watching segment, Dave explains his journey discovering the pop music phenomenon Billie Eilish and vows to watch something with Kristen Stewart. Wayne continues with The Americans but still makes time for the 2019 films Blinded by the Light and Terminator: Dark Fate.

In Listener Feedback, Fred from the Netherlands points out two actor connections with The Expanse.

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Episode Grade: Dave B+  Wayne A-

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This week on SciFi TV Rewatch we discuss the significance of Henry’s visions during her seizure driven coma and her mother’s admissions regarding her less than stellar parenting. The teleportation narrative gathers steam as Nikolai enters the picture, and Jenna steps up to protect Henry from the man who knows all about her special superhero powers. 

In our What We're Watching segment, Dave’s experience with the third episode of Doctor Who leaves him in a ranting mood. Wayne takes advantage of the public library and plows through the first three John Wick movies, enjoying them enough to go to Amazon to order the Bluray versions.

In Listener Feedback, Fred from the Netherlands prepares for the release of Star Trek: Picard, and warns Wayne of the icky teen sex in the second season of Sex Education

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Episode Grade: A-

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This week on SciFi TV Rewatch we discuss the rebound of Impulse after last week’s less than stellar offering. Separating the episode into three clearly dilineated sections works to great advantage, and Lucas’ grappling with the consequences of the murder of Amos Miller weighs heavy on both his soul and the episode itself.

In our What We're Watching segment, Dave’s been watching the Polish crime drama Ultraviolet which focuses on a group of citizens who solve crimes and assist the police using the internet and social media. Wayne continues working his way through the Cold War drama The Americans featuring Russian spies embedded into the fabric of everyday American life.

In Listener Feedback, Fred from the Netherlands asks whether Henry’s seizures might be related to her ability to teleport.

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Episode Grade: B+

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This week on SciFi TV Rewatch we discuss the episode’s failings which include shoddy dialogue, questionable character decisions, and a failure to significantly advance the overall plot. Still, we both like the addition of Henry’s former boyfriend Josh, and consider the first stages of Jenna’s exploration of her sexual identity.

In our What We're Watching segment, Dave’s five episodes into Netflix’s The Witcher and points out one of the more intriguing Netflix offerings that’s dropped in the past few weeks – the Mark Gatiss and Steven Moffatt interpretation of the Dracula tale. Not surprisingly, Wayne talks about the return of Doctor Who and gives the Series 12 premiere high marks.

In Listener Feedback, Fred from the Netherlands wonders how Josh’s introduction affects Henry’s attitude and whether Townes’ sister might play a role in Jenna’s search.

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Episode Grade: Dave B  Wayne C-

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This week on SciFi TV Rewatch we discuss the Lucas Boone’s involvement in Amos Miller’s death and his decision to visit her mother and her new husband. Henry revisits her childhood home and searches for clues about her father, but she continues to ignore the feelings of others as she makes decisions clearly in her own self-interest.

In our What We're Watching segment, Dave’s gives high marks to Season 1 of HBO’s His Dark Materials now that he’s finished and is now engrossed in the Netflix psycho-drama You whose second season just dropped. Wayne gives his opinion on the just completed Star Wars series The Mandalorian.

In Listener Feedback, Fred from the Netherlands celebrates his 100th SFTVR feedback.

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Episode Grade: A-

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This week on SciFi TV Rewatch we discuss the meaning behind Henry's new teleportation destination, and Cleo's attempt to help Jenna through an anniversary related to her mother's death. We also discuss the horrors that lead Dominick to make such a drastic decision rather than allow himself and his son to fall into Nikolai's hands.

In our What We're Watching segment, Dave’s checks out two new Netflix offerings: The Witcher and V Wars, while Wayne gives his thoughts on the new Star Wars film.

In Listener Feedback, Fred from the Netherlands wonders whether Henry will ever change her attitude and treat those around her with respect. 

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Episode Grade: A-

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This week on SciFi TV Rewatch we discuss the impact of Clay Boone’s memory loss regarding the accident involving Henry. However, the most important story line in this episode involves Henry, Jenna, and Townes testing the theory that her body will physically protect her from harm by teleporting her out of danger.

In our What We're Watching segment, Dave’s remarks address the third season of the Netflix juggernaut Stranger Things while Wayne finishes The Man in the High Castle.

In Listener Feedback, Fred from the Netherlands wonders whether Henry’s father may be a teleporter himself and abandoned his family as means of keeping them safe from individuals like Nikolai.

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Episode Grade: A-

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