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Kill or Be Killed

I am sure slasher fans loved the scene where Cara asked Stephen if he was getting a guy crush on John and all he did was smile and say that John is a leader.
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Yeah, that was funny! And no doubt there's all sorts of new TP fanfic being written as we speak. :)

I'd like an idea for The Tomorrow People: Season 1 Recap when this season's over. Instead of a narration, maybe it should be an interview, with multiple flashback through out the season. Something like:

>An undisclosed location. Debriefing center.

>Faction Origin: Unknown.

>Participants: "Unknown male" (Debriefed). Jedikiah Price (Debriefer).

>Backgrounds:

Jedikiah is not essentially evil, and the Ultra is not the lead organization -- there's someone way higher up, called the Fifth Consortium. And Jedikiah, as the REAL leader of Ultra (but not shown on screen), is working for them.

The tomorrow people's powers' outbreak were no accident: A drop of Junior Architect's experimental serum leaked onto this world and prematurely caused an evolution (Don't ask me about the Architects because that would be a REALLY LONG story). The serum evolves organics (namely humans), granting them different ranks of powers (Rank 1: Telepathy; Rank 2: Teleportation; Rank 3: Telekenesis; Rank 4: Time-bending, etc.), but at the same time, for a price, it removed them of the ability to kill (Namely the Prime Barrier, though it can be reattained through proper trainings). Most of the Tomorrow People were at Rank 3, but a very few of them, like Stephen, has a rare Rank 4 ability.

The Tomorrow People (The underground) were one group, but they were not organized teenagers that were unstable. Another incident already occured in the "X-Men" world, and He doesn't want it to happen again so he can mop up the mess, he sent Jedikiah, who were working for him, to form up Ultra and attempt to suppress the outbreak and minimize the chance of public detection and the risk of open warfare, by ANY MEANS NECESSARY (Yes they have Fifth Freedom and lethal forces are authorized).

The underground group wish to be free, but they never know damage control. While the Ultra is suppressing the public awareness by all means, which clashed with the underground group. Hence the conflict.

The debrief is circled around the events of Season 1, with the development of Stephen Rank 4 and the other Rank 3s. (The suppression band of episode 7 is mentioned and is highly approved by the debriefed)

The debrief concludes with the debriefed "Unknown male" thanks Jedikiah and relays him that the Fifth Consortium appreciates his services. However, the drop of serum is completely assimilated into the local humans' DNA and there's no way to retrieve it, so Jedikiah has to stay his Ultra organization and keep his fight with the underground group until the situation is resolved.

Then the unknown male disappears.

Intro to Season 2.

it's a craaaaaaazzzzy idea, I know, and lots of things needs explanations. But it feels nice to get it off my chest. Nice to show it to somebody.

Got ideas, contact me. Wallace from Dalian City, Mainland China.

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Interesting, but it looks like we'll be seeing more about Ultra and the origins of the Tomorrow People in episodes 8 & 9. Should be cool!

Glad you think so. I have never shared my thoughts to anyone before. There's 22 episodes in the first season. There's much more to expect.
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