Happy Tuesday TV fans! After watching Fox’s The Passage season 1 episode 6, Brad reminded Amy that “even when things get scary…stay calm.” But that’s easier said than done when you have a dangerous vampire on the loose. Please note spoilers are ahead if you have not gotten a chance to watch yet. In last night’s episode, “I Want to Know What You Taste Like,” we learn more about Dr. Sykes’s past friendship with Shauna. Meanwhile, Amy attempts to help track down Winston, Clark begins to show signs that he may not be completely on board with Project Noah, and Lila has a close call. My top 5 moments from The Passage season 1 episode 6 are:
“Cause what you’re saying is insane.”
During the episode, Dr. Jonas Lear is reunited with his wife, Elizabeth. Elizabeth’s mind has healed, but he comes clean with her about everything. Elizabeth understands that she may turn within 48 hours, which is confusing and hard to deal with. It also doesn’t help that Fanning continues to pay her visits in her mind, luring her toward the darkness. Jonas is desperate to find a cure for Elizabeth and he hopes that Dr. Sykes will find a way to use Amy’s blood to counteract Fanning’s serum. However, it’s not looking too good for Elizabeth.
“I’m sorry I got you into this.”
In last week’s episode, Lila was abducted and we now learn that Clark’s men were sent to retrieve her because she is a liability. After Winston takes a bite out of her driver, Lila escapes, but she continues to find trouble on her way. Lila comes across a woman bit by Winston and tries to help her, but is shocked when the woman already shows signs of being impacted by the virus. Luckily, Lila makes it out of there OK and she is reunited with Brad and Amy. Brad apologizes for getting Lila involved and in a sweet moment, he drapes his arm around her, revealing that there may be hope for these two to get back together. There is definitely a vibe between them, but they have faced so much heartbreak together and their marriage may not be easily salvaged. However, I am definitely shipping these two together and somehow, I want them to have a happy family again with Amy. A girl can dream.
“I want everything that matters to you to be mine.”
We get a glimpse into Dr. Sykes’s past and learn that she had a friendship with Shauna before she turned, approximately 6 months ago, during Project Noah. We learn that Dr. Sykes has never seen a horror movie other than I Still Know What You Did Last Summer, which is absolutely hilarious. Shauna bonds with Dr. Sykes and they even share a pizza together while watching The Fly. Clark warns Dr. Sykes about Shauna and we see the beginning of their own relationship, as Clark bravely offers to accompany Dr. Sykes while she watches, A Quiet Place, so that she can fill Shauna in on the details. It seemed like this was a sweet friendship and Shauna trusted Dr. Sykes, but everything changed when she turned. In present day, Shauna finally pays Dr. Sykes a visit in her mind and tells her that she wants to take everything that matters to her and when she has everything, she wants to know what she tastes like. Shauna clearly feels betrayed and hurt by Dr. Sykes, but she uses this to her advantage, manipulating Dr. Sykes and trying to threaten her. Shauna later says, “It’s kind of funny you don’t like horror movies since you’re living in one,” and then tells Dr. Sykes that she will see her soon, leaving us with another ominous threat. It’s only a matter of time before the vampires figure out a way to escape, but it looks like the subjects are taking everything personally and they will not stop until they get their revenge.
“I’m gonna find your book.”
Amy is upset when she leaves behind the book her mother gave her, A Wrinkle in Time, and is angry at Brad when he doesn’t go back to retrieve it initially. Amy’s abilities are continuing to surprise everyone, as we learn that she can tap into Winston’s mind and see what he sees. She helps the agents find Winston, proving to be extremely useful, but Brad is worried about what they will later do to Amy. We know that “weaponizing Amy” is a goal, but Brad is not about to abandon her. At the end of the episode, Brad and Amy share another heartwarming moment. Brad explains, “I know what it’s like to lose someone,” and tells Amy about his own daughter. Brad and Amy bond over their grief and Brad promises that he will get her book back.
“I’m the author of this horror.”
Dr. Lear takes full responsibility for Project Noah and is ready to kill all the vampires, including his former best friend. He asks Dr. Sykes if she is in and she agrees, as Jonas begins to expose Fanning and the other subjects to intense amounts of light to destroy them. We discover that when Winston was killed, all of the vampires he turned died along with him. The same thing begins to occur now, as both Amy and Elizabeth show signs that they are in intense pain, revealing that they are linked to Fanning. Dr. Sykes tells Jonas that he has to shut it down, as they are not about to kill Amy or Elizabeth in the process. Now that we know that they are all linked, how will they be able to stop Fanning?
Overall, I thought this was another solid episode. The connected past between Dr. Sykes and Shauna was revealing. We didn’t get to see Lacey in this episode, but something tells me that she will be back before we know it. Amy’s abilities are continuing to grow, but I am interested to see how Project Noah attempts to exploit this. It looks like we will get to see Carter in next week’s episode and we know that he shared a bond with Amy previously. Will Fanning use this to his advantage to try and turn Amy? Stay tuned!
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7 thoughts on “Ranking the top 5 moments from “The Passage” season 1 episode 6: “How About a Horror Movie?””
I have yet to see this. I am a tad curious.
I recommend it for sure! Have you read the book series?
I haven’t. Is the books better? They usually are.
The first book in the series is one of my favorites of all time. The TV series is doing a solid job of keeping up with it and I appreciate that but the book is still better. However, I absolutely still recommend checking out the TV show! 🙂
The moment between Wolgast and Amy at the end was so well done. Not too realistic with the quick reconciliation, at least when I think of kids I’ve worked with in the foster system. But they definitely addressed the heart of the matter when Wolgast apologized for not listening to Amy. So much of the time, kids just want to know that they’re heard. They don’t want someone to tell them they love them or they’ve got their backs. They want someone to show them. Almost had me in tears, to be honest.
I totally agree and as well done as it has been, the relationship in the book was so beautiful and I was constantly crying the whole time. I know you said you were going to get the book. Did you start it yet? But yeah that was such a touching moment between them for sure.
I started reading and then I moved and misplaced the book. Which was bad because I checked it out from the library… But I found it and renewed it, so I’ve got another shot!