Marian explains to Mark that she doesn't like the feeling of being out of control that comes with her gift. Dr. Mark chides her for being so ambivalent about her powers and doing things like skipping Others meeting. Dr. Mark says she thinks they're all freaks (well, she's right) and asks why she came on the trip. She replies, "I came because you asked me. I came because of you." And now a chorus of "oh, barf!" for Marian! "Meh, bleh, I came on this trip with you, and the woman you're screwing, because you asked me. I'm a vacuous idiot who would collapse from lack of spine if I weren't belted upright into this faux airplane seat." Warren slides his window screen up a little more. Miles is looking at plane-crash web sites on his laptop. Warren finally slides his shade up all the way and sees ghostly figures. He begins screaming "No! No!" He yells that he saw people outside the plane, and Elmer frets that there are real souls on the plane trying to send them a message. Really, Elmer? You think? Because I certainly hadn't been getting that impression at all. Tandy just looks on, although I think she should zap Warren with her stun gun and put him in restraints. Elmer says the souls tell him there is something wrong with the plane and that Miles knows what it is. Miles says he doesn't know, but Elmer insists that he does. Karen shows up and shoves Warren down in his seat. She tells them all to sit down and to make sure to buckle Warren in. She says she's given them her last warning. Dr. Mark has Warren take his anti-anxiety medication. Miles stares at his watch and counts down. As he reaches one, the plane begins to quickly lose altitude, and Miles shouts that the same thing occurred on Flight 390 at the same time.
Episode Report CardAce: D | 535 USERS: C+
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