The Bowmans try to make new lives as the Daltons, but there's something fishy about Seattle in Colony season 3, episode 7, "A Clean, Well-lighted Place."
[Warning: Contains episode spoilers for Colony 307]
Burning Question: Is Everett Kynes Now in Charge of the New Seattle Colony?
Flashback: The Seattle Bloc is in chaos, drones swarming everywhere and destroying buildings. Everett Kynes enjoys his guitar (and his scotch) in his apartment, then calmly speaks with the chancellor. He transfers a blueprint for a new, “model” colony in Seattle – and makes several big demands, essentially asking to run the Seattle Bloc. “What are you going to do with it?” asks the councilor. “Build something beautiful,” he responds.
Revelation: Six Months Later ...
Seems like the Bowmans settled into Seattle super quickly? That's because six months have passed since episode 306 of Colony -- just as much time in the show's world between the season two finale and season three premiere!
Revelation: The Bowmans are Back to “Normal” … as the Daltons
The Bowmans seem to be back to “normal” – or as close to “normal” as possible, given the circumstances. Grace has healed and is back in school, Will works as a cab driver (while also searching for a man named Terry Lennox), and Katie is working to help process new arrivals. (Bram works as a delivery boy, parties, and eats waffles.) The situation is stable enough that they can share breakfast together … however briefly.
Burning Question: Is Los Angeles Being Repopulated?
When Katie goes to help a family that’s frustrated about the Seattle Colony application process, she’s shocked to hear a rumor that the Los Angeles Bloc is being repopulated: “They’re saying there’s no waitlist, and you can just walk inside.” Revelation: People “Disappear” in the Seattle Colony Will helps a woman search for her (former) husband, Terry Lennox, though clues are initially scarce. He mentions that it’s not uncommon for people to disappear in Seattle: “There are cases … engineers, doctors, soldiers being taken … abducted.” “Why?” the woman asks. “That’s what I’m trying to figure out,” Will says.
Burning Question: What’s with the Smartphones?
Will, Katie, and Bram all use slightly creepy smartphones throughout the episode. They seem to function like normal smartphones – provide GPS coordinates, make cash transactions – but they also track everyone in Seattle. A police officer even knows that Will has been in his car since 1 AM, according to his “phone log.” Revelation: Broussard Made it to the Seattle Colony He didn’t exactly show up at the best of times, but Broussard has made it to the Seattle Colony – and Will’s cab!
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