Wait, now just stop right there: how the HOLY HELL does killing Camel Taupe reset the entire timeline, including the Nazi (I assume) occupation of America? The only way is if it was Camel Taupe who had something to do with assassinating Lenin. Yet they have T'Pol saying earlier that the Alienazis couldn't have been involved in that particular event because they arrived just a few years ago. The notion that all Quantum had to do to reset time was kill Camel Taupe and his time machine doesn't explain why or how the Nazi occupation would end or never exist. As far as they've wanted to tell us, the Nazi invasion of America took place without Alienazi interference; therefore, even after Quantum kills Camel Taupe, et cetera, the Nazis would still be ordering their sauerkraut at Zabar's. Why didn't they just make it that Camel Taupe was the one who assassinated Lenin, and actually that's why Quantum needed to eradicate Camel Taupe from past, present, and future? Is it because they want it to be YET ANOTHER FACTION who was responsible for Russia's downfall? Because if so, that would mean they still have to revisit this Temporal Not So Cold War and I would have to kill myself. Also, is the Temporal Not So Cold War now over because Camel Taupe is dead and therefore not able to go into the past to start the damn thing in the first place? Sars, please, please fire me -- I really can't handle this anymore. I screamed myself hoarse over this episode and now sound like Harvey Fierstein on steroids.
Meh. Quantum doesn't want Daniels's nasty little hands patting him on the back. "I want you to leave me and my crew alone. We're done with you and your damned Temporal Cold War," Quantum snaps, staring stoically at Eli Whitney and echoing my very thoughts every time I think about this damn show. Daniels assures Quantum that the Temporal Not So Cold War is finally coming to an end, thanks to him, and that he saved many lives. Well, unfortunately, he managed to save yours, Daniels, and I can't ever, EVER forgive him for that. "Just send us home," Quantum sighs as Three Mile Island and Maggie Thatcher twee by. "It's almost ready," Daniels admits, wondering if he could pull Quantum into a final, passionate kiss and then reset the timeline so that Quantum would never remember it. "Goodbye, Jonathan. Captain," Daniels says as September 11th flies by. Can we just stop with the emotional pandering and chain-jerking right about now? Oooh, a still-disturbing image of the Twin Towers smoking as people DIED in them -- this must be a deep and wonderful show! Fuck me.