The island has been dosed! A gas has been introduced in the water supply and it’s slowly causing hallucinations and agitated behavior.
The sub is going to dunk for safety. The epi pens have been stolen from the Colorado as bedlam is taking place on the island.
Kendall is hallucinating seeing his wife in his friend’s embrace, everyone dead around him from gunshot wounds. Christine is all around him on the island and with him at home. Conversations about trust and him taking the job on the Colorado are discussed.
During his hallucinations, he holds and kisses his wife. This actually turns out to be Sophie and she has it on tape. She didn’t seem to mind, from the look on her face as she re-watches and I heard this gong an episode ago. Something’s going to happen between these to, sans hallucinogens.
On the Colorado, Chaplin hallucinates seeing his deceased son as a small child. These scenes tugged at my heart. Chaplin telling Jeffrey a bedtime story on his lap in the Colorado as he’s actually passed out on the floor.
Both men, in their mentally compromised states, went to the places that are weighing on their hearts and minds the most. They’ll have to reign this in to continue the mission and get their troops united and alert.
There’s an enemy in uniform and Serrat was no friend to the crew during this attack. He wants his island back, but he’s caused death and chaos so he really just needs a bullet. No one else on that island seems capable of avenging his death and they seem to fear him as well. He’s no longer the big fish in town with that sub parked outside.
Even more troubling than the attack is that Chaplin looks at his lanyard and sees the missile code key is gone.
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