This interview first appeared as part of the December 2017 Sci Fi Fidelity Podcast on Den of Geek US and can be heard here in its entirety. Lindy Booth plays Cassandra Cillian on the TNT series, but some of you may remember her from the time travel show Odyssey 5.

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The Home Team sets out to retrieve a meteor whose properties give rise to materials necessary to create the Director, but the Faction stands in its way. What makes this episode so compelling is that we don't know whether the characters are trapped in some sort of time loop or a repeated simulation. Peripheral characters must repeat their steps to ultimately prevent the Faction from winning this battle.

Episode Grade: A

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The fundamental philosophical differences between the Director and the Faction become clearer as MacLaren's team scrambles to foil Forbes and find a cure for the rapidly spreading virus. The Director comes through with a cure, but now it seems just a matter of time before the Faction acts again. Dave recommends Marvel's Runaways on Hulu, and Wayne's choice is Marvel's The Punisher on Netflix.

Episode Grade: A-

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Mac's travelers' team has to stop a deadly virus before it kills 30% of the world's population. Turns out that Jenny has not been totally honest about her feelings for Philip.

Episode Grade: A

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The travelers' team must coordinating two simultaneous missions in an attempt to prevent a big-agro corporation from going down a path from which there may be no return. Personal connections also continue to play a role as the team from the future must cope with whether or not they still have faith in the Grand Plan.

Episode Grade: A

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Having been sent by the Director to find out who has been abducting and killing traveler teams, Jacob finds himself on the run after his four team members turn up dead. Mac interviews Vincent and upon learning of his involvement with the abductions, issues a kill order that ends up getting interrupted. Vincent goes on the run, but will the team follow?

Episode Grade: A

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The team members return to a level of normalcy now that they are no longer in FBI custody. Personal relationships figure prominently in the episode as each has some soul searching to do as they move forward. Perhaps the biggest question revolves around Jenny's motives as she enters Philip's life at the behest, according to her, of the Director.

Episode Grade: Dave A  Wayne A-

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Showcase's time travel adventure continues as Grant MacLaren's team finds itself in FBI custody after they're apprehended with the Quantum Frame. Trevor and Grace recover from their wounds while David tries to piece together what just happened in his apartment. But the big reveal is the introduction of Vincent, Traveler 001 through his therapy sessions which are used to explain many of the season one events. Has the timeline changed? Is the Director still calling the shots? Is 001 merely trying to stay alive?

Episode Grade: A

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Echo's engagement entails becoming the mother to the infant whose mother died in childbirth leaving the father distraught and unable to bond with the child. Madeline returns to provide another side to the complex morality the show explores, and Topher's experiments continue unchecked.

Episode Grade: B

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With a senate investigation looming in the background, the Dollhouse brings Paul Ballard on board, first as a client and then as Echo's handler. The strained relationship between Dr. Saunders and Topher underscores the complex moral issues explored by the show.

Episode Grade: Dave A  Wayne B

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