TOWER PREP “Snitch” Review

The escape is at hand, and Ian and his friends are making their last preparations to leave TOWER PREP behind them when things start happening on campus. Things that tighten security, things like a mysterious plane and parachute over the school. Ian and Gabe find out the identity of the jumper when their former roommate Conner returns with the secret of escape. Everything should be perfect.

You knew it, you saw it coming, and this one is a biggie. One of our loyal gang is a "Snitch". That’s right. One of the good guys is giving information to… to… the headmaster!

The leaks spells doom for their plans. Conner is apprehended. Suki’s family discovers her part in it all. And, yeah, it gets worse. Remember Chemica Desin? After a foray into the tunnels Conner gives Ian and Gabe a vial of a new and improved version it. With the truth staring them in the face, the guys narrow down the headmaster’s spy to one of the girls.

Does that feel a little unfinished? It did to me too. Like episode ten, "Snitch" was more the first half of a two-hour movie than a stand alone episode. It wasn’t even really a "to be continued" ending. It felt abrupt and a little jarring, and the pause between twelve and thirteen was more a commercial break than an actual break between episodes.

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