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Continuum 1X10

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I’d hate to call this a review. More a recap with commentary!

The most obvious trope in Continuum is that of the unreliable narrator. Kiera, bless her heart, has good intentions, but it’s clear from the start that she’s drunk the cool aid - but what makes this series so interesting is that there seems to be a whole calavacade of unreliable narrators. There’s Kagame, and the future Alec Sadler and even Kellog, all seeing the world through different eyes and all believing their version of a better future is the right one – and who is truly right or wrong is not even vaguely obvious.

We open with a future scene, this time from the perspective of Liber8. They’ve taken the tower of Mammon down and Kagame is imprisoned. There, he speaks to someone (off camera) in the next cell. Apparently, this is only the beginning of the plan.

Cut to the present day, and Sonya is giving Kagame a copy of A Tale of Two Cities for his birthday: It was the best of times, it was the worst of times… yeah, you can pretty much bet they’re trying to tell us something here – just like Kellog reading Dostoevsky’s The Brothers Karamazov in the previous episode. Perhaps we can divine their motivations from their reading material!

Cut to Kellog’s boat, and Kiera’s ‘oh fuck’ face when she wakes up in Kellog’s bed is hilarious – but she’s not one to let an attack of next morning remorse get in the way of an opportunity, so she breaks into Kellog’s safe with her sonic screwdriver, future cop thingummy and retrieves the time machine fragment – score! (In every sense of the word!) I love these two and their backstabbing ways, I really do. There might be something wrong with me.

Anyways, Kiera does the walk of shame and skedaddles, telling Kellog that ‘this’ will never happen again. I’m not convinced and neither is Kellog.

But it’s at the end of this scene that I felt like there was a timeline issue. I got the impression Kiera went to Kellog’s yacht the night Carlos got shot and, as Kiera is wearing the same clothes in this episode, I can only assume it’s the morning after - but he’s back on duty already? Even Kiera seemed surprised and I don’t blame her. It’s a weird one, but as this was the only misstep the episode made, to my mind, I’ll let them off with a warning.

A complication has appeared at the station in the form of Agent Gardiner (from an agency I didn’t catch the name of). Some military grade explosives have been stolen and they suspect Liber8 and Julian. He also seems to be pretty suspicious of Kiera right from the start and it’s evident Kiera’s false identity is on the brink of being found out.

And then a lot of dominoes fall into place in this episode. The cell phone service goes down and Alec, worried about Julian, tracks him down and goes to reason with him alone, afraid that involving Kiera might get Julian killed (and who can blame him.) Unfortunately, he walks straight into the jaws of Kagame. Cue a rather creepy scene in which Garza ties up Alec. Ugh, that woman has issues.

And here we got the big reveal we all suspected. Older Alec was the one who sent Liber8 and Kiera back in time, and he has a grand plan - a pebble that creates a Tsunami. The actor who plays the younger Alec very ably portrayed someone who is young and yet very, very bright (and more than a bit sarcastic) and while Alec is refuting his words and is clearly very angry, it’s also clear Alec believes Kagame, despite himself.

Meanwhile, Kiera has been thrown a curveball in the form of Jason, a fellow time traveller who was thrown back to 1992 on the same night Kiera was thrown back to 2012 – and there is more! There are other time travellers that Jason calls privateers or freelancers - and Mr Esher/Asher (I prefer Esher, all those maze like images remind me of what my brain feels like when I try to figure out the time travel paradox in the series) Are these freelancers thrown back by the same ‘accident’ and using their knowledge of the future to amass fortunes, like Kellog, or are they time travel agents from the future with a specific agenda – or could it be a bit of both? This show doesn’t like things cut and dried.

And this is where I have my first crackpot theory – Mr Esher is Kiera’s husband, thrown back further into time like Jason which could now make him in his fifties – and, after a couple of decades, he’s probably moved on. The angst, let me tell you about it!

But back to the regular programming – here comes crazy Jason, waving the flag of hope in Kiera’s face. Jason has built a time machine, but he’s missing one important piece of technology. Cue the time machine maguffin fragment – oh, this can’t end badly, can it?

Kiera can’t believe her luck and is all set to go when she realises the stolen explosives are going to be used in an atrocity she remembers from her history books (does anybody else want to have a look at these future history books? We know, from a throwaway comment from Kagame, they’ve been heavily revised over the decades – what would a future corporate driven empire say about the Industrial revolution, for instance?) and while she knows it would disrupt the timeline she can’t help but try and change history.

Alec by this point has escaped and has a peek at Liber8’s plans along the way. Go Alec!

It all comes to a head when Carlos, Agent Gardiner and Kiera meet at the spot it’s supposed to happen. Agent Gardiner is already convinced Kiera is a Liber8 plant but his quizzing is interrupted by Julian’s arrival with a faulty bomb. He’s taken into custody, and Agent Gardiner gets a call from his superiors who’ve had a call from Kiera’s ‘commander’, Mr Esher. The plot thickens!

And that is when things get nasty. Alec arrives to tell Kiera Liber8’s real plan but not in time to prevent Kagame from entering the building – but she catches up with him just in time to have a really dark standoff. Kagame pretty much tells her that she has to let him blow up the building if she wants her future preserved and she hesitates - it’s that mess with Melissa Le Roche from a few episodes back writ large. Her conscience and her desire to protect her future and her son warring with each other. Kagame takes advantage of her hesitation and disappears into the elevator and Alec and Kiera make a run for it, her suit saving their lives, but not much else.

And here’s where the heartbreak begins.

First, let’s start with Sonya. For the first time, I really felt for the character. Kagame put a lot of responsibility on her shoulders and she stepped up to plate, despite the personal sacrifice. The scene where she visits Kagame’s mother in the maternity and kisses the infant Kagame on the forehead is genuinely sad, and the resigned look on Travis’s face just before she kills him…ow. How much Sonya knows is still up in the air, though. Does she knows about Alec’s part in bringing them to 2012, or does she know just the bare bones of the plan – and what the heck were those little glass pebbley things in the safetybox?

And poor Kiera when she realises Jason’s time machine was just a figment of his imagination. I could almost see her break a little. Her subsequent confrontation with Kellog is also pretty much a good indication of their relationship. They don’t trust each other and yet they do(and is Kellog withholding?) Also, Kellog now knows about Alec? There was pillow talk? :-P

Flash forward to the future and the sheer hate on Kagame’s face when he realises Alec wasn’t killed in the bombing in 2076 is a sight to behold – and then back to the present day, and Alec opens up the first file from his future self – and forward again and Kagame is asking an elderly Julian whether he should trust Alec – and then back again, and Alec calls Kiera and confesses it was him who sent her back and that she would never believe why-

And damn it, that’s where the finale ends!

So, cue the theory

I think there’s still a piece of the puzzle missing. At the moment I’m speculating that it’s something along the lines of the future Alec getting a glimpse of a further future and seeing something pretty terrible. Something so terrible, it puts Kagame and him on the same side. I’m guessing the privateers/ freelancers and Mr Escher are involved in creating this terrible future.

And an addendum: in the first few episodes, Kiera mentions being in military service, but in later episodes they mention indentured soldiers . Is this a case of ‘freemen’ being commissioned officers and the indentured being the non-commissioned soldiers? Talk about echoes of feudalism.

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mymatedave
Aug. 6th, 2012 11:13 pm (UTC)
Just watched the last ep and what came to mind was the British scifi comedy series Red Dwarf "Ouroboros" where Lister uses time travel to accidentally become his own father, but this time seems to be deliberate so maybe a Xanatos Gambit?

I tried to find the name for this version of time travel on tvtropes, then realised 40 minutes had passed and I was reading something completely different.
jinxed_wood
Aug. 6th, 2012 11:24 pm (UTC)
I tried to find the name for this version of time travel on tvtropes, then realised 40 minutes had passed and I was reading something completely different.

*Laughs* It's definitely a brain bending conundrum made even more complicated by the death of Kellog's grandmother. If it's a causality loop then surely some changes should already be evident, so maybe an alternative timeline?
moonbeamsfanfic
Aug. 7th, 2012 12:26 am (UTC)
A complication has appeared at the station in the form of Agent Gardiner (from an agency I didn’t catch the name of).

He's from CSIS (Canadian Security Intelligence Service, pronounced "See-Sis") which is basically the Canadian version of the CIA and NSA combined. They are an intelligence agency that deals with our federal security issues both domestic and international.

I love that this show is not only filmed in Vancouver, thus allowing all my old favorite Canadian actors (it was practically an X-Files reunion last night, yay!) to have guest spots, but it is also actually set in Vancouver. Not since Forever Knight have I been this keen about the location of a show. It's awesome!

And this is where I have my first crackpot theory – Mr Esher is Kiera’s husband

I don't think it could be her husband, if only because the guy comes off as a very incompetent patsy to me. The mysterious Mr. Esher would have to be someone with influence and power. I have no idea who, mostly because we don't know enough about 2077 yet. We need more flashbacks... er, flash forwards. Heh.

Kagame pretty much tells her that she has to let him blow up the building if she wants her future preserved and she hesitates - it’s that mess with Melissa Le Roche from a few episodes back writ large. Her conscience and her desire to protect her future and her son warring with each other.

I'm not so sure it was her own future she was worried about, so much as the implication that future!Alec is the one pulling all the strings. Kagame, afterall, told her to ask Alec why he was doing it, implying it was basically under his orders. I think she was overcome by the shock, and possibly sudden doubt, of learning she is just a puzzle piece on someone else's chessboard. Especially if that 'someone' is the one person she felt she could trust in this time. Really, it's just all so convolutedly complicated. I don't always know what's going on, but I'm enjoying the ride!

Does she knows about Alec’s part in bringing them to 2012, or does she know just the bare bones of the plan – and what the heck were those little glass pebbley things in the safetybox?

I don't think anyone but Kagame even knows about Alec's presence in this time.. Well, the techie guy might have an idea since he lost the fight over Keira's CMR to him, but not one I think he'd understands the consequences of. And Kagame was very careful, conspicuously so, never to say either Alec's name or hint at his importance around the rest of Liber8 when they caught him.

Also, I thought they were diamonds? Like the money, to ensure he grows up with everything he could need? Maybe even to fund his future rebellion, who knows!

I think there’s still a piece of the puzzle missing. At the moment I’m speculating that it’s something along the lines of the future Alec getting a glimpse of a further future and seeing something pretty terrible. Something so terrible, it puts Kagame and him on the same side. I’m guessing the privateers/ freelancers and Mr Escher are involved in creating this terrible future.

I like this theory! Mostly because I've been having trouble all along matching up how the sweet, kind Alec of today could become the ruthless villain of the future. But that he's just manipulating events to oversee the better world he always envisioned? I can buy that.

Thoguh I'm not sure I get how the privateer/freelancers got back into the past in the first place, since Alec is one who invented the technology? And, if the flash forward between him and Kagame is any clue, only just in time to send Kagame (and Keira) back into the past in the first place. Thus fulfilling his own memories of events, idek.

Damnit, time travel is confusing! :P
jinxed_wood
Aug. 7th, 2012 01:14 am (UTC)
He's from CSIS (Canadian Security Intelligence Service, pronounced "See-Sis") which is basically the Canadian version of the CIA and NSA combined.

Thank you! it was bugging me :-)

I don't think it could be her husband, if only because the guy comes off as a very incompetent patsy to me.

Valid point! I was pretty much coming from the viewpoint of 'what character's betrayal would cause the most emotional angst for Kiera?

I'm not so sure it was her own future she was worried about, so much as the implication that future!Alec is the one pulling all the strings.

Hmm, interesting, I think you may be right. I think I was caught by Kagame's opening line (If you shoot me, you risk losing everything) and didn't give enough weight to what he said afterwards.

And Kagame was very careful, conspicuously so, never to say either Alec's name or hint at his importance around the rest of Liber8 when they caught him.

True, but Sonya wasn't there when they caught Alec, she was at the bank reading his letter of instructions - although it seemed to be a very short letter!

And of course the glass beady things were diamonds [Headsmack!] My mind was making up all sorts of scifi reasons for shiny glass beady things!
moonbeamsfanfic
Aug. 7th, 2012 01:37 am (UTC)
Valid point! I was pretty much coming from the viewpoint of 'what character's betrayal would cause the most emotional angst for Kiera?

Oooh, you know what would be awesome? If the mysterious "Mr. Esher" is her own son! Like, who says the only point that people go back in time is from 2077? And who else would know all about her adventures in the past and want to protect her! Yeah, this is totally gonna be my new headcanon until otherwise jossed. :P

And of course the glass beady things were diamonds [Headsmack!] My mind was making up all sorts of scifi reasons for shiny glass beady things!

Actually, now that I think about it, maybe you are closer to the truth after all. They were awfully big glass beady things to be diamonds. Maybe it is some futuristic technology, like data crystals or something. Could be!
ilikethequiet
Aug. 8th, 2012 01:43 pm (UTC)
You don't know me but I saw this post on tumblr and damn it I need more people to fangirl over this show with me.

Continuum has got to be one of the smarter time travel shows I've seen, I really enjoy it though I facepalmed when Alec walked right up to Liber8's house without a weapon or anything and then managed to slip out without anyone noticing.

Glass pebbly things = They were diamonds, weren't they? That is at least what I assumed.

I want to know what future!Alec's motives are, why did he really send her back? This show needs to be renewed, I need answers!
jinxed_wood
Aug. 8th, 2012 05:33 pm (UTC)
Welcome aboard! I'm in the same boat as you, so many fangirl thoughts, too few people to share them with - and I think you're right about the glass pebbley things diamonds, my brain just automatically searched for a scifi reason!

In Alec's defence, I don't think he thought Julian would be hanging out with Kagame, he probably thought he'd be with some other new recruits! I actually thought his escape was very Alec - quick witted with a sneaky streak - and I think it's fair to say the two sharpest pencils in the box when it comes to this sort of thing (Travis and Sonya) weren't exactly on top of their game as they were too distracted by their own worries.

Apparently they're going to be at some fan expo towards the end of the month promoting the second season despite not being offically renewed yet. Speculation is they're going to announce it then - bloody teases! [Crosses fingers]

tinnny
Aug. 15th, 2012 07:18 pm (UTC)
Hi there. :D I just left that comment on your fic on Ao3 and decided I needed to friend you. Now here's a cool review, so all the more reason to stick around!

The continuity thing with Keira's night on the yacht and Carlos being back at work bugged, me, too. Stupid and avoidable mistake. :(

I like the theory about Escher being so evil that Alec will be on the good side, after all. Sounds cool.

I really liked the last episode, although it wasn't quite as well throught-through as the rest of the season. I always had the impression during the first few eps that they're doing really intelligent things. This ep was more average - but still not dumb. I'm kind of miffed that Carlos is not progressing at all, for example. His "let me guess, it's complicated" was a little too accepting for me. At this rate, he's never going to get behind her secret.

Also, I really really think Kellog and Keira need to be more explicit. I love how she is so torn. She is so alone and he is her only anchor - he pretty much spelled it out for her when she came to him in ep9 and I totally subscribe to that view. But we know nothing about his motivation. He was still acting like his only goal was to get into her pants, and smiling mysteriously all the while. I am about 20% convinced that he really is involved - I just wish he was a good guy. Wishful shipper thinking. *sigh*

Um. So maybe that's enough rambling for a first-time comment from a stranger. ;D


jinxed_wood
Aug. 16th, 2012 01:46 pm (UTC)
Yay! Hello there, the more on the good ship Continuum, the better:-)

I think it was a deliberate decision on the makers part not to show anything directly sexual on the screen. The most explicit scene in the entire series was the one when Carlos kissed his old lover on the couch, and I think they only showed that because it had a direct effect on the plot. Also, while I could see Kellog as a hugger (he's always the one who intitiates any physical contact) I can't see Kiera as one - but I do think they slept together, and I definitely think Kiera is feeling guilty about the fact she doesn't feel guilty enough about it!

And Kellog's motivations are VERY ambigious. I'm subscribing to the view that he started out with an agenda and then got attached, which could make things more interesting down the line. I also remember the expression on his face when she told him she was sorry about his sister, and I genuinely think he hadn't realised she was one of the Protectors from that night.

I have to say, though, that I think that a lot of his previous 'come ons' were more a manifestation of his sense of humour - like when he's tied to a chair and Kiera wonders what she should do and goes, 'well, we're alone and we're both adults...' *Grins*

They made a point of telling us Kellog has a background in pschology. I think he was basically chipping away at her Protector persona since the first moment they met and I believe that was a concerted effort. I also think he hasn't given up on changing the future, he just has different ideas about how to do that and his original plan was to get Kiera onside - and I think when he made a more concerted effort to connect with her, he was a lot more subtle about it!

Oh - and I also think Alec Sadler played a huge part in sending him back to our time. It's pretty obvious from the start that, while Kellog is definitely Liber8, he didn't play a direct part in the 2076 bombing. I think Alec deliberately manipulated his trial to make sure he was found guilty!
tinnny
Aug. 18th, 2012 08:09 am (UTC)
Yay! Hello there, the more on the good ship Continuum, the better:-)

Hee. Great to be on board.

I think it was a deliberate decision on the makers part not to show anything directly sexual on the screen.

You're right. It goes a lot further than just Keira/Kellog. Meh. Why? Whyyyy? *g*

Also, while I could see Kellog as a hugger (he's always the one who intitiates any physical contact) I can't see Kiera as one

True. But I think she was begging for it in that scene. She came to him because she needed something to hold on to, and even though she didn't want to admit it, she wanted to connect. She was waiting for him to approach, and she didn't run away. It was as close as she is ever going to get to asking for a hug. Or for sex, depending on what you want to concentrate on there.

I do think they slept together

I would have loved to see that, although the fact that she woke up in her clothes is not actually conducive to that conclusion. But then the whole scene had continuity issues, so I'll just handwave that along with the rest. *g*

I definitely think Kiera is feeling guilty about the fact she doesn't feel guilty enough about it!

Yeah, she was all 'whatever'. I just loved Kellog's reaction: "Of course it didn't. What are we talking about?" He's all on her side and yet unable to resist poking at her.

And Kellog's motivations are VERY ambigious. I'm subscribing to the view that he started out with an agenda and then got attached, which could make things more interesting down the line.

Yes, that sounds cool. I mean, at this point, we have to assume *everybody* has a task to fulfill and possesses information about their immediate future. Everyone except Keira. And if it had any advantage for Keira to have information, Alec would have given it to her, too. So... yes. Definitely, Kellog is there for a purpose. If it is only to get lots of money (although he seems to have stopped that), or to provide an anchor for Keira (sounds a little too emotional and not really something you could plan for), or something more devious, who knows? I think it is fun to speculate about it.

I have to say, though, that I think that a lot of his previous 'come ons' were more a manifestation of his sense of humour - like when he's tied to a chair and Kiera wonders what she should do and goes, 'well, we're alone and we're both adults...' *Grins*

Yeah. I liked that one. That came out of nowhere. And the rest of them can be explained away exactly like that, as well. The one where she wanted the device back and he says "your heart" was the only one that was so over the top that it pinged for me. There was no need for comic relief in that scene, and I thought it was just clumsy foreshadowing (or Kellog giving away his game plan). So... hm. But yes, he uses humor and smiles to cover *everything*, which I really like. On tv shows, it's often that the bad guys aren't allowed to smile, and he smiles all the time. Have you seen Merlin? I loved Agravaine. I like it when they go against the cliche.

They made a point of telling us Kellog has a background in pschology. I think he was basically chipping away at her Protector persona since the first moment they met and I believe that was a concerted effort.

Yes. The question is, why - or what for? The only thing I can come up with so far is that Alec thinks she needs someone or that he wants to speed along her change in opinion about where she's coming from.

Oh - and I also think Alec Sadler played a huge part in sending him back to our time. It's pretty obvious from the start that, while Kellog is definitely Liber8, he didn't play a direct part in the 2076 bombing. I think Alec deliberately manipulated his trial to make sure he was found guilty!

Yes! I hadn't thought about the details, but Alec is definitely pulling all the strings here. The question is just, is Kellog following his instructions or not?

I still am not convinced that the future in this 'verse is in fact changeable, and that is the one thing that even Alec doesn't know, just fervently hopes. But I really wanted to post this in some more coherent form. :) I hope I'll get around to it in the next days.
jinxed_wood
Aug. 19th, 2012 09:21 pm (UTC)
I would have loved to see that, although the fact that she woke up in her clothes is not actually conducive to that conclusion.

I'm not 100% positive about Continuum, but I know Rachel Nichols has stipulated a 'no nudity' clause in previous contracts. Perhaps in later seasons, if she feels that the Powers That Be won't want her to strip every second episode just for the sake of it, that might change!

The one where she wanted the device back and he says "your heart" was the only one that was so over the top that it pinged for me.

Oh, I never perceived that as a come on, I thought that was totally to fluster her and put her off her game - and when she did the unexpected and played along, he took it to another level and actually touched her. She backed off so fast, I thought she blurred a bit :-P

Kiera is a very regimented character who is more than a little repressed. Sex and her sexuality were pinpointed as soft points by Kellog from the start, which is why the scene between them at the end of episode 9 is so poignant. It was all about honesty, there was no innuendo.

In terms of Kellog's place in all this, another thing I wonder about is the exchange between Kagame and Travis in episode 5, where Kagame talks about giving his word - now, he could be talking about Kellog, but as Kellog broke his word first by using Kagame's mother as pawn, I thought this was unlikely - so I thought maybe he was referring to the future Alec? Maybe he gave Kagame information about Kiera’s family to further his agenda but extracted a promise nobody would be killed? That would mean Kellog’s grandmother was supposed to survive, and the plan may have already gone off its tracks!


I’m not sure if Kellog is in on Alec’s master plan but I’m pretty sure Kellog will be approached by the privateers at some point if not already – if he’ll be seduced by the thought of wealth and security or whether he’ll back Kiera (or spy for her!) is still up for debate. It seems to me Kellog’s soft spot is his family which has been pretty much stripped from him. He has no stake in maintaining the current timeline. I’m thinking he may waver between the two options for a while before picking a side - and I’m hoping that side is Kiera or she’s screwed! He knows her way too well and Kiera is not very good at understanding people, rather than analysing them - although she’s getting better, thanks to Carlos.

And I’m rambling again :-)

tinnny
Aug. 26th, 2012 09:22 am (UTC)
I know Rachel Nichols has stipulated a 'no nudity' clause in previous contracts

I don't like non-plot reasons for things, meh. But good for her. Although wearing that suit is almost the same as stripping. ;)

Kiera is a very regimented character who is more than a little repressed. Sex and her sexuality were pinpointed as soft points by Kellog from the start

Yes, it's an easy point of attack with her. Her real vulnerability is her family, though. E.g. look at how extremely she was distracted by Jason and his fake time machine. If that was intentional, it worked perfectly. :D

I do think that Kellog was deliberately placed there to provide an anchor for Keira, and he is still doing his job and following his instructions.

which is why the scene between them at the end of episode 9 is so poignant. It was all about honesty, there was no innuendo.

I would like that very much. It does feel different than the previous come-ons he sent her way. It feels honest - but I'm not sure it is.

I wonder about is the exchange between Kagame and Travis in episode 5, where Kagame talks about giving his word

Oh, wow, I had totally overlooked this. I have not rewatched anything yet (except the pilot), but I will go through it again with my friend next month. I will definitely pay more attention to details like that.

But yes, that sounds exactly like what you're saying. The idea was prearranged but it didn't go as planned.

That is actually the only thing that would make it interesting for the characters and that is why I don't believe that the future is unchangeable. If nothing they do matters, it would get boring fast. This way, they are just slightly better off in terms of information than everyone else, but they still have to do their very best to make things happen the way they want to. That's why I think this is the way the show is going. It's just better for storytelling.

I’m thinking he may waver between the two options for a while before picking a side

As I said, I'm not sure Kellog has already left his plan behind. I think Alec sent Kellog specifically to catch Keira when she stops trusting Alec. Whether he really likes her is hard to tell when you look at it like that. Or whether he had additional tasks to perform for Liber8 - he seems to have stopped doing that, maybe connected with the killing of his family. Oh, I don't know.

But yes, the other time travellers are going to become more important next season, and there is nothing we know about them yet. Although it would make Kellog's "forget about them" even more duplicitous, if he knows about even more time travellers and is keeping it from her.

I’m hoping that side is Kiera or she’s screwed!

I'm always willing to trust Kellog. I *want* him to be a good guy.

There still is the problem of Keira believing in the state she comes from and in corporate dominance. They will need to convert her, and for this, Kellog is also very well suited. I am really looking forward to season 2.


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