finally did something.
More things we learned:
(after the jump)
Mohinder’s motivations remain a real mystery for me. He’s always been a fairly transparent character, so I doubt he’s hiding anything, but I don’t think we’ve seen any particularly good reason why he’s gotten himself so morally invested in the Company. His progression from test tube jockey to gunslinger has been really unconvincing.
According to Bennet, Veronica Mars may not have come by her powers naturally. This would mark the first time (I think) that someone had their abilities forced upon them by a third party. Which provides a window of hope for all of us puny ability-less homo sapiens.
I encourage every one of this blogs readers to plug your brain into some electricity,
and post back in the Comments section with your results. With any luck, this blog will become a new gathering place for people with abilities – which is of course assuming that it doesn’t land me in jail first.
Aside from Mohinder’s dubious motivations, I really liked the way the “Bennet dies” prophecy was handled. No equivocations, no shape shifters, no swapping places with a bespectacled homeless guy. Bennet got shot in the fucking head, and he died. Not for long of course, but still. It felt