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Moondog brings Karen, Josh and Dana back to his private office to give them an update on the end of the world. Hint: it’s two hours away.
The Moondog takes an interest in Karen’s bullet-necklace. He tells her it’s a key. A funny looking key, with a funny purpose.
It’s a meeting of the adepts, all trying to figure out how to stop this whole end of the world thing. It has something to do with those gravity waves.
Brianna and Matt were on the hunt for Sarah when Matt had to pee. He never came back…that must have been one tough leak.
En route to find her kids, Karen drives to the Café Delphi – Moondog's mysterious recommendation -- where she meets the waitress/Oracle there. The Oracle tells her where to put that key.
In a pinball machine. The prize? It tells her that she is the price for finding her kids.
When Brianna finally finds Matt, he’s macking on Sarah. Is he love struck, or is he a Shapeshifter? Or both?
To read Professor Gloria Douglas’ punch cards, Josh and Moondog go looking for a vintage computer in a guy named Junkman’s stash. They get mixed up in a stew of trouble.
Dana rescues them, and shoots Junkman in his junky trunk.
When Josh finally gets the cards to load, it spits back this information-rich message: “The end of the world is not…the end of the world is not”, over and over and over again.
Briana confronts whoever is inside her brother’s body in a sibling rivalry that just may involve supernatural creatures.
Will the real Matt Copeland please stand up? And shoot this imposter in the back with a shotgun? Thank you.
Only by meditating is Karen able to find her kids. Or rather, her kids are able to find her.
The whole gang’s back together, and they’ve figured out that if they can use the Tesla tower to redirect gravity waves, they can open up a wormhole that will suck up all the asteroids coming for Earth. Simple enough.
If only that damn Tesla tower wouldn’t break!
And Karen risks her life to fix the broken circuit, testing the Oracle’s prophecy.
And then she gets sucked up into a wormhole.
The Copelands may have saved the world this day, but they lost a mother. Perhaps.