Later, when Joshua arrives at Katie's, she's ready to kick him to the curb. She even knows he's a murderer. Now wait, if there's proof he's a murderer -- the kind of proof that would turn up on an alleged background check (um...I didn't mention it above, but King said he had the dossier on Joshua because they do background checks not only on employees, but on their families and significant others), wouldn't he be in jail? I don't know how to explain my objection here. I'm just thinking, if I'm Katie and King hands me a file like that that allegedly proves my boyfriend is a murderer, wouldn't my first question to King be, "If he's really killed people, why isn't he in the big house?" And then, wouldn't I call the cops, or at least George? I'm over-thinking this, right? Okay. Stopping now. Whatever, Joshua tries to explain himself to Katie, but how exactly do you explain away being a murderer? In the end he has to erase her memory. Poor Katie. I feel a little for Joshua too, because it seems to me his redemption is real.
The episode ends with Dr. King in his office. He's reviewing the security tapes and sees that while he was unconscious, Stephanie and Jim came into Global Tech and there's evidence of both their super powers right there in black and white. Their secret is out, and if King is as bad as he smells from here, that can't be good. I'm trying to care, really I am, but every time an episode ends on a suspenseful note, the suspense turns into a Steamer in the cold open of the next episode, so I can't hold out too much hope. How about you? Shoot me an e-mail at CynthiaMcLennan[at]gmail.com, or shout out to me on Twitter, and let me know why you're still watching.
As always, please grade the episode up top, and come join the discussion down in our show thread. See you next week, because clearly Tubey can hunt me down, no matter where I hide. Darn it.