Synopsis: When the team try to get to the bottom of D’Avin’s missing memories, the trail leads them to an orbiting bazaar named Utopia, and into great danger.
Review: Guest starring Amanda Tapping as the Dr. Jaeger who extracted D’Avin’s memories. This episode gets to the bottom of why his memories were removed and provides some dangerous implications for the team.
In order to find D’Avin’s Doctor Dutch has to negotiate a deal with Delle Seyah Kendry in order to help get access.
Meanwhile the tech that Khlyen implanted into Dutch opens up a bit of a mystery for John to get to grips with. Tech, which proves to be far more advanced than anything available commercially in Utopia.
D’Avin and Dutch wind up hooking up, which is something that has been teased for the last few weeks, but things turn nasty when D’Avin loses control and tries to kill Dutch. Turns out the procedure that Jaeger performen on D’Avin was designed to make him kill his own soldiers and when D’Avin reconnected with Dr. Jaeger she reactivates the program.
Amanda Tapping was supurb in this episode as the villainous Dr. Jaeger. Have never seen her play the outright villain before thing, but some of the complexities of her Dr. Magnus character from ‘Sanctuary’ did come pretty close at times.
The scenes between Hannah John-Kamen and Amanda Tapping are pure gold.
- Incidental Music8.5