Present day. Still poking around the lighthouse hub, Lucy and Hauser hear a clank behind them. When they go to investigate, they find Dr. Scientist curled up in the corner, mumbling to himself. Empty food cans lie scattered around him. Has he been there all this time, subsisting on corn and beans? He looks to be the same age. "What year is it?" he asks. "It's 2012," Hauser tells him. Dr. Scientist laughs and laughs like he's done gone crazy or is well on his way.
Hospital. Doctors are still working on Rebecca. Her heart stops. They do chest compressions, zap her with the defibrillator, nothing works. They don't try for long, though, because the episode is almost over. Someone calls her time of death as the heart monitor's flatline tone carries us into the end of the season.
So. Overall, a frustrating season. A lot of potential, largely unmet. A few questions answered, many not. Why bring back inmates that they couldn't track? (Since not all of them had the silver.) Why prep Tommy three years ahead of his departure date? Who's running the modern-day operation? The past operation? Why was Hauser so secretive when he just ended up having to spill the beans anyway? What makes Tommy's blood so special? Most importantly of all, why did they include Santiago Cabrera in the show's promotional materials when he showed up for all of ten seconds on the premiere?
Tippi Blevins disappeared from prison 50 years ago and then mysteriously reappeared to write about this show. Email her at firstname.lastname@example.org, or find her on Twitter.