No one is unimportant in “Second Time.” Keep that in mind as I try to make sense of what I’ve just seen in Continuum’s season finale “Second Time.” Simon Barry may be even more of a genius than previously believed. We got little to no resolution from storylines that have been evolving over the past two seasons and instead a Pandora’s box of questions has been spilled. It’s like all

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In “Second Last,” we find that Continuum remains science fiction at its best. Beneath all the trappings of technology, philosophy and pioneer experiments lies the most powerful motivator in the universe: love. Whether it’s Kellogg’s love of self, Kiera’s love for her son, Verta’s love of power or Alec’s love for Emily, “Second Last” shows almost every character’s love pushing them toward their respective futures. Not all of them are

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Hours later, I’m still processing “Second Guess.” Probably the most relevant episode of the season, “Second Guess” focuses on political corruption, privacy issues, and a plotline I still can’t make heads nor tail of but find most intriguing. “Second Guess” continues the corrupted political official storyline with Tahmoh Penikett’s Jim Martin campaigning in the final days of the election for mayor. He’s had meetings with Verta (who threatens his life

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[Editor’s Note: As we eagerly await Friday’s episode of Continuum, K.M. Cone explores elements from Season One.] Continuum season one’s episode “Matter of Time” hits hard with the fundamental problem of scientific knowledge: the ability to “play god”. While it focuses on the ability to control by foreknowledge due to time travel, this problem has been touched on by classic science fiction literature like Frankenstein and more recently by Battlestar

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