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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I find myself conflicted and confused after watching this week’s Continuum episode, “Seconds.” Not in a bad way, but a way that challenges my preconceptions of “good guys” and “bad guys” and their looks, actions, and backgrounds. Julian and Alec are stepbrothers. While Alec is a blond, innocent technical genius who spends most of his time holed up in a secret lab, Julian is a dark haired, malevolent looking boy

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“Seconds” is the episode where everything changes. Or perhaps it doesn’t, as we’ll see later. It poses an interesting question, one that’s asked again and again by various artists, writers, and philosophers throughout time. “Can people change?” On the surface, the people inhabiting the Continuum universe appear to be changing. The very fact that groups and individuals are able to time travel definitely has an impact on the past which

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