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loud and proud at this, but on reflection, I thought it was an
intriguing development. We don't know, after all, what this force on
Carpathia is and just what powers it has. And while there's a leap of
faith required to buy what's going on, it's nothing more than Lost asked us to do on an increasingly regular basis.
The best bits of the episode, inevitably, were the quieter ones,
though. Not least the terrifically handled moments with Fleur and Cass,
as the two of them reveal more of each other and deal with increasingly
unpleasant truths. It's one of the real frustrations that we'll never
get to see just where these two would have gone.
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face. This worked exceptionally well for me, with the two sides laying
down their position for, again, a battle we're not going to get to see.
But the idea of the weaker species adapting was clearly and cleanly
established, and when we leave Forthaven, it's at least in some kind of
position to defend itself.
But, inevitably, Outcasts leaves threads all over the place.
There's Lily's relationship with her mother. Where the events of the
episode leave Jack. What happens now that Tipper and Lily are cured? And
how on earth can Forthaven's finest keep an unknown and very dangerous
foe (the Host Force) at bay?
It's been a bumpy journey these past few weeks, and I struggle to
think of a new sci-fi series that's incited such intense discussion and
debate. It ends, ironically, on its best episode, with the kind of
teasing it's turned into an art form. (Outcasts, whether you
liked it or not, sure knew how to pull a cliffhanger.) And I'd still
argue that, warts and all, it deserved a better fate than it got. This
finale, for my money anyway, was really good telly.
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BBC's commitment to genre drama remains to be seen. Because all
concerned have taken a few bruises on this one, and inevitably, it'll be
analysed for some time to come.
Me? I'm glad Outcasts happened, but you've probably guessed
that by now. I've shared one or two of the frustrations of the show at
times, but I maintain that there's been ambition from the start here,
and something of interest even in the weakest episodes. It's a show that
can go out with its head held high (although I suspect there's one
element right at the end that might not go down too well with
everyone!), aided by a very good final episode.
I wish that it had had a fairer hearing in some quarters (although
I've no quarrel with those who simply don't like it). I wish it had had a
slightly better scheduling deal from the BBC. But right now? I just
wish I knew how it all would have ended, had series two got the green