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While Kellog starts to realize everything may not be as it seems, Alec prepares to meet his destiny.

Kiera must turn to an unlikely source for help against the future soldiers, but it costs the life of a familiar face.

The remains of Liber8 go on the attack and no one is safe, while Alec plots a rescue of the kidnapped Emily.

Kiera attempts to infiltrate the soldiers from the future, while Kellog’s retaliation against Alec turns personal.


In Brad Tonkin's war torn future, Kellog sends him back in time as an insurance policy to neutralize the newly created timeline when Alec jumped back in time. Brad is given the time beacon as a Hail Mary for his Hail Mary (and one way) trip back in time.

The episode opens three months prior, when Warren and the Freelancers spirited away Curtis Chen’s body after he was killed by Kiera’s service weapon. His reanimation is revealed to be the work of a mysterious ancient man known only as The Traveler.

John Doe starts to regain his memory; he remembers shooting and killing Kiera. Terrified by these disturbing memories, he flees her apartment.

Now that Other Alec has extracted the CMR unit from Other Kiera's dead body, he immediately uses it to help advance the development of Halo. With her cloned DNA, he is able to complete Halo almost fifteen years ahead of schedule.

In the future, Kiera waits in a back-alley "citizenship extraction" facility. The doctor performing the procedures suddenly wakes up in a hospital in present-day Vancouver, confused and upset with no memory of who he is. The only name he remembers is "Kiera Cameron."

In the future, Kiera accompanies a team of Protectors sent to break up a political demonstration. When they arrive, the speaker asserts that it's just a citizen's committee meeting. Kiera is shocked to see her own mother there and begs her to leave while she still can.