Bishop and Aidan finally face off as the family tries to stay together. Get out the Kleenex, kids.
This week, a storm’s coming, but before we get there, Sally has some business to finish, Nora gets some strange news about the baby and Aidan is confronted with a blast from his past.
Bishop knows there’s a traitor in the midst, but doesn’t know the half of it. Nora has something to tell Josh and Danny calls in an exorcist for his ex-girlfriend problem.
This week, Sally feels like she’s not part of the team, Josh is kidnapped and Aidan starts a turn down a really dark path.
This week, Sally pushes someone away when she shouldn’t, Josh pulls someone near when he should push them away and Aidan breaks my heart.
This week, Aidan makes a pint-sized friend, Sally meets from unfriendly ghosts and Josh gets more than friendly with NotNina.
Josh comes out to his parents, Sally tries to warn Bridget about her fate and Aidan tries to prevent a vampire/werewolf war from starting.
It”™s our first previously on! I feel like our show is becoming a woman… aw, let me wipe the tear away. In our first previously on, Josh pushed his sister away, Rebecca is a psycho and Danny killed Sally. You know what, Sally… I think it”™s kind of an ugly ring if that makes anything better. No? Right… moving on.
Sally finds out how she died, Josh finds out who made him a werewolf and Aidan finds out that Bishop’s making plans… and they’re not for a Valentine’s dinner.
Our voiceover this week is about immortality. The dream of living forever. What happens to the past when you’re living forever, though? The past is haunting the roommates this week. Aidan walks in the streets and sees glimpses of the men he used to be (one of those men was apparently Marten from Q.C.).
All in all, a solid conclusion to last week’s episode. We’re really starting to get into the crux of the show now, and you can see the season’s storylines (at least those that correspond to the UK series) being set up.
While great remakes find their own territory (see The Office”™s American counterpart), first episodes have nowhere to start but with the source inspiration. Being Human premiered with a close copy of its UK cousin, but with just enough promise that it might become a great show all on its own.