yes, that was peter deluise's wife (who was in the other side and another eps) and major davis
a nice stand alone episode and back to helping/working with the abbies
i did have the 'the husband did it' part pegged, but it was a good episode.
my first Sanctuary ep and I LOVED IT.
My favorite Sanctuary episode so far!(haven't seen Season 1) Felt like an episode of SG1! This series is quite amazing. Loved seeing Colin Cunnigham.
I can’t believe I’m crying!!... again!!
That last scene was so heartbreaking.
Helen's face after Henry's broken voice when he say "Thanks for saving her" was pure pain and anguish and maybe she remember her own loss; Ashley
I knew the husband did it what I didn't got was who? he was trying to harm.
need to see it again
There are my dogs!
If you had to chose, die or watch the world die, what would you pick?"
Nice standalone ep, and it was nice to see some of Henry's relationships outside of the Sanctuary, though the love triangle was a bit over the top for me.
But it was nice to see a crime-solving/medical problem story, and Will and Kate working the virtual crime scene was pretty cool.
It seemed like Gerald was trying to kill two birds with one stone, poisoning the creature would kill Henry while also proving to his wife that it was innately deadly and could not be domesticated.
I thought the last scene with Henry and Helen was also really nice, esp Helen's line about not letting who he is keeping him from getting close to people, since I imagine that's something she had to learn as well.
The husband, despite being homicidal, does not seem to hate his wife, but rather Henry. He has adopted the view that many people in his situation do; it's not her fault, it's Henry's fault for making her love him. But he knows that his wife handles this creature and is with this creature a lot. He apparently loves his wife and yet he poisons the creature with a very high chance of his wife being it's victim instead of Henry?
I can't buy that. He's smarter than that...or at least he should be. He should have at least been smart enough to think up a way that wouldn't endanger his wife in a more controlled setting.
It was a high-risk plan, but with the way he was acting it seemed like his emotions kept him from really thinking it through. He became so fixated on killing Henry he failed to realize just how dangerous it was for his wife.
I thought it was really good. My only problem was there wasn't enough Helen though. But other than that it was really good.
I thought Ryan Robbins did a really good job in this episode, and I really hope he wins and award for his performance in the episode. I thought it was really well acted it, and it was cool seeing Colin Cunningham on the show, I didn't know he'd be on that was a bonus. This show always has me entertained, no matter what the episode is.
I hope all you Henry fans out there get a kicked out of it and I'm glad these reviews seem positive so far. Here and on Syfy.com.
Am I the only one? Really? IT looked like a freaking UNAS!!!!!
i loved this eppy.... AWESOME!!!! Henry half wolfed out.... TOTALLY AMAZING.... lol! i liked his earsnad I loved the green of his wolf eyes... Great!!
Okay, I know i
watchREAD(!!) too much Harry Potter, but when they put Biggie's medicine pouch in Rachel's mouth did anyone else think of a bezoar?
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Thanks for the good times!
I thought it was a good stand alone eppy! We got to see a little more of Henry... although poor guy. Everyone played a part in the eppy ... they all worked well together to solve the crime!
Ok, so that was a great episode.
I had a feeling all along that the husband did it somehow, but I was hoping they weren't going to make "Major Davis" the bad guy. I wonder how he will be punished? Attempted murder, I suppose, but given the givens, I don't know how they can take him to court.
Henry broke my heart. Poor guy. I guess life is complicated when you're a changeling/werewolf thing.
What was in BigFoot's pouch? Ancient Bigfoot medicine?
I liked seeing Will being Detective Will again. That's where he shines. I would have liked for them to do that zooming thing he does, but that's ok. Kate helping was good. She was the "in the box" and he was the "outside the box."
Last, I thought Helen looked so beautiful at the end of the episode. It was the lighting and her hair I think. She just looked very graceful. I also noticed the picture of Ashley over her shoulder.