|Series||U.S. TV Series|
|Original Airdate(s)||23 October 2013|
|Writer(s)||Micah Schraft and Pam Veasey|
|Previous||"In Too Deep"|
|Next||"Kill or Be Killed"|
"Girl, Interrupted" is the third episode of the first season of The Tomorrow People U.S. TV Series.
Official Synopsis Edit
Stephen reluctantly attends a party with Astrid but is startled when he hears that one of his classmates is in peril. Desperate to help, Stephen turns to John and Cara, but they make it clear that they do not help humans. Stephen secretly tries to enlist Cara’s help, which brings up her own feelings about her traumatic past. Meanwhile, John gives Stephen a mission to infiltrate Ultra’s main computer to help give them an advantage in finding new break-outs.
Guest Cast Edit
- Cali Fredrichs as Emily Hightower
- Meta Golding as Darcy Nichols
- Al Sapienza as Dennis Coburn
- Burkely Duffield as Tyler Miller
- Doug Abrahams as Sheriff
- Victor Ayala as Nice Hipster
- Dalila Bela as Cara's Sister
- Adam Boys as Deputy
- Dave Braithwaite as Dwight Hightower
- Deni Delory as Margaret Hightower
- Ryleigh Gillespie as Cheerleader
- Levi Hildebrand as 1st Time Drunk Boy
- Bryce Hodgson as Simon
- Nolan Janssens as Jock
- Aaron Reno as Dustin
- Tim Zhang as Geeky Boy
Episode Details Edit
- Cara broke out five years before Stephen joined the Tomorrow People. She was deaf at the time of the breakout, but afterwards gained the ability to hear.
- A new breakout (caught after stealing Van Gogh paintings from the Metropolitan Museum of Art) is given a depowering serum that removes the powers of Tomorrow People.
- After Cara is captured and taken to Ultra, Stephen convinces Jedikiah to let him inject her with the drug (instead of killing her). Stephen then uses his time-stop ability to swap the serum for saline solution.
The episode scored a 0.6 rating (a drop of two-tenths from last week), with a 2 share and 1.89 million viewers (live + same-day DVR) in the 18-49 demographic.