TV Club: When the resistance reaches out, Colony steps back from the action

So the alien tech is radioactive. That seems like the kind of data that would’ve been useful to know before you spent three weeks sealed up in cramped quarters with it, no? BB’s poisoning and eventual death are the kind of frustrating, pointless deaths that Will references during his final conversation with the dying man. “There’s no glory in any of it,” he says, which seems even more true when your demise involves repeated vomiting and bleeding from every orifice. It was a mercy killing, shooting BB, but that’s cold comfort to someone who’s done his level best to keep even these people, who could threaten his entire family’s security, safe. Will knows there’s no good end to this for anyone; either he and everyone he loves gets shipped to the factory, or these well-intentioned people fighting for the good of humanity are …

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