This week’s episode plays with the Grandfathermother Paradox, and puts our heroes in a field of Lilies.

Title: “A Test of Time”

Cast and Crew

Director: Pat Williams
Writer: Simon Berry

Rachel Nichols as Kiera Cameron
Victor Webster as Carlos Fonnegra
Erik Kundson as Alec Sadler
Stephen Lobo as Kellog
Jesse Moss as Shane Mathers
Brian Markinson as Dillon
Stephen Huszar as Drew Laroche
Tony Amendola as Edouard Kagame
Lexa Doig as Sonya
Roger Cross as Travis
Terry Chen as Curtis Chen
Leanne Lapp as Lillian
Kathryn Dobbs as Lillian’s Mother
Richard Harmon as Julian
Sean Michael Kyer as Sam
Omari Newton as Lucas
Luvia Petersen as Garza
John Reardon as Greg
Adam Greydon Reid as Clayton
Olivia Ryan Stern as Maddie
Beatrice Sallis as Surprise Appearance

Full cast and crew information may be found here.

Premise

Liber8 attempts to eliminate Kiera by killing her ancestor, while Kellog’s duplicity complicates events.

High Point

The interplay between Kiera and Lily worked reasonably well, and I wish we had seen more of it. I also liked that the show began to further explore some key questions. Did someone plan to send Kiera to the past? And can the future be changed?

Low Point

People, within and outside the police department, take an awful lot on faith from our protagonist.

The Scores:

Originality: 2/6 The episode even references Terminator directly– and Terminator was already derivative.

Effects: 5/6

Story: 4/6 The writing is uneven, but this week’s plot had better focus than some of the previous episodes.

Acting: 5/6

Emotional Response: 4/6

Production: 6/6.

Overall: 5/6

In total, “A Test of Time” receives 31/42