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'FlashForward' - 'Better Angels' Recap Episode 13

With this week's episode, 'FlashForward' started to remind me a little of some of the more intriguing moments early on in 'Lost.' It's a risky comparison to find itself in, because 'Lost' is poised to be one of the greatest long-form narratives in the history of television. Plus, with a series name that reminds people of one element of 'Lost,' even if the book that 'FlashForward' was based on did precede the island mystery saga, and with Dominic Monaghan and Sonya Walger in the cast, does it really need to keep reminding people of a show it probably can't stand neck-and-neck with? Regardless, though, once again 'FlashForward' took some important steps forward in its narrative, while Mark continued taking stupid steps backwards because ... well, he is still Mark Benford. I guess I should be grateful that the new showrunners haven't completely changed his character from the imbecilic moron I'd grown to despise over the first ten episodes. Professionally, I can't say as I have any complaints about his performance since the series hiatus, but he was in true bonehead mode this week, with Olivia not far behind. To Read More Click Here If You Missed This Episode Watch It Here Online Now

FlashForward Episode Recap: "Better Angels" Episode 13

On this week's episode of FlashForward, Demetri, Janis, Vogel and Simon travel to Somalia to see the towers from the rumored 1991 blackout. Also, Olivia and Mark try to work on their relationship and figure out what was in Charlie's flashforward. In the beginning of the episode, Mark reveals to Stanford his new intel on "D. Gibbons" now known as Dyson Frost, thanks to Lloyd Simcoe. However, Mark also discovers that Frost supposedly died in a boating accident in 1990, but as we've seen so many times on this series before, there's much more to that than meets the eye. Elsewhere, we see Demetri, Janis, Simon and Vogel land in war-torn Somalia via helicopter with actual volunteers from the Red Panda humanitarian organization Mark had looked into two episodes before. As soon as the helicopter lands, their guide is shot and killed by a man named Abdi and the team is taken under hostage. We learn Abdi is not just any regular villager, but someone who lived in the village when the first blackout hit in the village in 1991. Abdi remembers "others," or foreigners who came to the village and promised to bring electricity. Then, when this blackout hit, Abdi was the only one awake and remembers seeing everyone in his village after having fallen to the floor and unconscious. To Read More Click Here If You Missed This Episode Watch It Here Online Now