Season Two ends with twists, turns, shocks and surprises.
Kitted out in a serial-killerish rubber apron and gloves, holding an axe, Peter surveys the victims he's dragged indoors. He and Anne chop them up. Peter bellows a lot. As Peter showers off the gore, Anne decides it's a great time to join him and get some, because she's crazy and so is Peter.
The National Primate Research Center, Bethesda MD. A doctor releases the "latest" gas compound into a monkey's cage as military guys look on sternly (hey, someone's got to do the glaring without Aerov around).
Beside a funeral pyre for the dead Killigan's Islanders, Jules quizzes Amy about Mother, the foundation root stock for the sexless apples. She explains Ilaria's population-decimation plan and asks how much Amy wants for Mother so Jules can stop it. Amy doesn't want money; she wants Immortality...
In the woods, a Cockney husband-and-wife pair of mycotics snipe at each other about the wife's crappy stew and the husband's shiftlessness. The argument turns into fisticuffs. From a puddle of overturned stew, a disembodied eyeball watches ...
We return to Killigan's Island accompanied by Pete Seeger singing "Plow Under" over a montage of dead abbeyites and the desperate attempts of Peter, Anne, and Kyle to breach the dining-hall door. When they succeed, they find everyone dead.
Alan wakes up in his quarters and does a lot of hungover blinking. He has blood on his hands. He flashes back to throttling Sarah and some bloody utensils …
Jules and Alan are getting it on as a Dr. Pozniak makes a presentation to the Ilaria board about the silver lining of the disaster at Arctic Biosystems: Narvik-C.
Flashback to three months prior. In a car at night, a woman hands Kyle a file on Alan and explains that Alan's "our responsibility" after the Waterloo in the Arctic and the bombing of Ilaria. Does "our" mean "the United States's"? "Ilaria's"?