Do you have your tissues handy? Because, trust me, if the end of this season doesn’t leave you a sobbing mess, well, I just don’t know.
As the police gawk at the unphotographable Mitchell, he pleads with Annie to help him get out. She doesn’t want him to get out, though. He tells her that he isn’t the same person who killed the Box Tunnel 20; he’s trying to stay human. He explains that’s why he left Herrick alive and reveals the “Wolf-Shaped Bullet” prophecy to Annie. Annie reminds him that she, of all people, wouldn’t think it was worth it. The victims need their justice. Herrick, in all his Vampire goodness, arrives and breaks Mitchell out. Annie pleads with Mitchell to stay, but he explains that he needs the secret from Herrick. Before he can get it, though, Herrick knocks him out. Read More Recap: Being Human UK, Episode 3.08, “The Wolf-Shaped Bullet”
He’s baaa-acck. Herrick, that is. And after George finds him in the psych ward, George and Nina take him in to keep them all from being exposed. Mitchell’s not too pleased with that decision, though.
This episode is a bit all over the place (especially with the social worker plot), but a few really important things go down, so we’ll be cutting to the chase quickly. Read More Recap: Being Human UK, 3.05 “The Longest Day”
A son tells his father that he doesn’t know why they have to move. Dad tells the son, Adam, that it’s all for him, they don’t want to move either. They don’t blame him, but people are asking questions. Adam starts to head for his mom, saying he’s hungry, but Dad says he’ll do it this time and unbuttons the top button on his shirt. Adam’s a vampire, guys! Read More Being Human UK Recap 3.02 “Adam’s Family”
Previously on Being Human, everything went to shit. Mitchell killed a lot of people after being betrayed by his girlfriend, George and Nina almost died and Annie was sent to purgatory. The remaining roommates were forced to leave Bristol and go on the run. Read More Being Human UK 3.01 “Lia”
Young men get ready for seminary. They walk down hallways into a small chapel where they join Kemp in prayer. In a room at the institute, Lucy wake up. She sees a bloody woman sitting at the desk next to her. The woman says “It’s coming,” and laughs as she licks her lips. Read More Being Human UK Retro Recap 2.08
London, 1941. Ivan asks if the young lady sheltering from the air raid across from him has a name. Her name is Daisy. Daisy talks about Pearl, her daughter – how she doesn’t understand her, doesn’t feel the motherly bond with her. Read More Being Human UK Retro Recap 2.07
Our flashback takes us back to London, 1972. As a young priest gives a church service, elsewhere a girl walks into a room and hides behind the curtains. Her mom comes in behind her; they’re playing hide and seek. The doorbell rings, distracting the mother, and the girl moves behind the couch. Read More Being Human UK Retro Recap 2.06
Flashback time: Tonight, we see Lucy, looking at some DNA results, admonishing the cheating parents. The creepy old man comes up behind her and introduces himself as Kemp. Thank you! Finally, I can give you a name! Read More Being Human UK Retro Recap Episode 2.04