Inez’s distrust of Sparky deepens when the machine instructs Jing-Wei to lead the group into what could be a very dangerous situation.
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Clint McElroy is a man of many talents, many careers, and, especially lately, many voices. Serial Box listeners know him as the voice of Ben Franklin in 1776.
Whose lives mattered to the American revolutionaries? How did they—individually, and collectively—draw the lines dividing those who they considered as part of the nation they envisioned, and those they did not?
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Spoiler alert – it should be obvious now that things are different this season. In the first episode saw the return of a fan-favorite character, but in Episode 2, “Signal to Noise,” we learn that not all’s well with our surviving remades.
On January 10, 1776, Thomas Paine published anonymously the pamphlet Common Sense. A powerful treatise that would serve a critical role in shifting public discourse and opinion in favor of breaking ties with the British crown.
Kaab discovers the truth about Saabim’s death.
Nevaeh has been harboring a secret crush for a while now, and the close quarters in Sanctuary are NOT helping
Close to the Promised Land but behind schedule, Fisher and her outcasts finally catch up to the group that abandoned them, led by Rand.
Kaab achieves an important victory for her family.
The journey to Sanctuary immediately hits a rough patch when Sparky tries to lead the group in the wrong direction.
Near the end of her journey and her pregnancy, Fisher welcomes her daughter and seeks a brief respite from the Gods Whispers.
How does a country-born commoner transform herself into the ruler of a duchy? Why would an unambitious man set out to remove one of the most powerful figures of the establishment?
Do you remember when we first met Davenant? Diane noticed how handsome he was. He was charming. There was a little mutual flirting. He didn’t make your skin crawl, or sound any warning bells in the depths of your subconscious. How do you feel about Davenant now? Davenant is very intelligent. He’s excellent at any game, be it Chasse or Social Graces, or Getting Away With [Spoilers]. He loves a challenge and he hates to lose…and that’s what makes him a little stupid (that special kind of profound stupidity found in people who are a bit too aware of their intelligence). He can’t back down, even when common sense dictates that he should. Rather than focusing on what’s important, Davenant can and will get distracted by an opponent who forgets their place within his understanding of the hierarchy of power. Watch Davenant playing cards with Micah. It amuses him to let her win. Why not? He believes she is still...Read More >
Here is a confession that surprises everyone I tell it to: if I were a character on Tremontaine, I’d be Rafe.