A Sort of Homecoming - A Sort of Homecoming
|«A Sort of Homecoming»|
|Episodio de The Tomorrow People|
Season 1 |
|Directed by||John Behring|
|Written by||Jeff Rake & Alex Katsnelson|
|Code of production||2J7970|
|Issue||April 21 , 2014|
|Guest star (s)|
|Episodios de The Tomorrow People|
A Sort of Homecoming [ 1 ] is the twentieth episode of the first season of the series American of drama and science fiction , The Tomorrow People . The episode was written by Jeff Rake and Alex Katsnelson and directed by John Behring. It was released on 21 as April as 2014 in the United States by the chain The CW . [ 2 ]
With Roger's return, everyone is concerned about the consequences if the Founder ever found out. Meanwhile, now that he knows the truth about the machine the Founder has been using to train him, Stephen enlists the help of Cara and John to destroy it. On the other hand, Russell and other kids of tomorrow who have given up hope of finding El Refugio , choose to surface and do things on their own.
- Robbie Amell as Stephen Jameson.
- Peyton List como Cara Coburn.
- Luke Mitchell como John Young.
- Aaron Yoo as Russell Kwon.
- Madeleine Mantock como Astrid Finch.
- Mark Pellegrino as Dr. Jedikiah Price.
- The episode marks Natalie's first appearance.
- Charlotte Taylor was previously seen on Enemy of My Enemy .
- Roger returns in this episode.
- Hilary reveals to be truly in love with Stephen.
- Natalie urges other members of Tomorrow's Boys to go to Ultra and accept the Founder's truce.
- Luca knows the hideout of the Boys of Tomorrow.
- It is revealed that Homo Superior can assassinate when time stands still.
- Roger, Stephen and John try to destroy the Founder's machine.
- John is captured by Ultra and the Founder strips him of his powers.
- Russell, Natalie and their followers are injected with the same serum that the Founder injected Monty in Smoke and Mirrors .
- Hilary sets off a bomb in Ultra to assassinate the Founder.
Banda sound [ 3 ]
|1||Sarah Blasko||«Not Yet»||I Awake|
|2||Jess Mills||«In My Arms»||Twist of Fate|
On March 4, 2014 it was announced that Leven Rambin was hired to play Natalie, a troublesome homo superior who has no love for humans, who meets Russell. Rambin will appear in the last three episodes of the season. [ 4 ]
- « " A Sort of Homecoming " » . The Futon Critic (in English) . Retrieved April 19, 2014 .
- "Release dates for The Tomorrow People" . The Futon Critic (in English) . Retrieved October 12, 2013 .
- The CW (ed.). "Music from The Tomorrow People" . Official site "The Tomorrow People" (in English) . Retrieved November 15, 2013 .
- Gennis, Saddie (March 4, 2014). "Exclusive: Hunger Games' Leven Rambin Joins The Tomorrow People" . TV Guide (in English) . Retrieved April 19, 2014 .
- The Tomorrow People (en inglés).