Amy and Broussard are on the run from walkers, but are the Bowmans (and Snyder) much safer in MacGregor's camp? MacGregor demands answers from the camp's newest members, and he gets them from an unexpected source in Colony season three, episode three, "Sierra Maestra."
[Warning: Contains episode spoilers for Colony 303]
Revelation: Amy (The Dispatcher) Worked With the Resistance Before the Bloc Was Evacuated
In the San Fernando Bloc, Amy (the dispatcher Broussard met in episode two, “Puzzle Man”) worked as a doctor. She even helped out with some especially risky cases – including taking a stab at brain surgery on a Resistance member who was shot in the head.
Revelation: The Camp Has a RAP (and They Call it a "Click")
The Bowmans are safe (for now) in a camp run by armed members of the Resistance. They’re led by the strict Andrew McGregor, who wants as much information about “anything that might be useful” as possible. What’s more, McGregor says he has a Click (or "RAP," as we've come to know them). But is he bluffing?
Revelation: The Camp Is Secure. But It’s Kind of Creepy
When Andrew McGregor introduces himself, he seems pretty … intense. He de-humanizes his enemies and pushes the “you’re either with us or against us” mentality pretty hard. Add to that clingy security escorts, mandatory schools and “personal” physicians, and the camp definitely seems intimidating.
Burning Question: What is Ed Hiding?
Will digs a ditch alongside other camp members, including a bearded man named Ed. He notes the strong military – or, at least – ex-military presence, and presses Ed about a guy with a Bugs Bunny tattoo. Ed (unconvincingly) says he doesn’t know anyone who matches the description, reprimands Will, then walks away. Will's definitely touched a nerve. What's Ed hiding?
Burning Question: What Did Broussard and Amy Discover?
After a botched mission to gather medical supplies, Broussard and Amy take cover and then wander – until they come across a large, glowing structure that looks like an alien base. What is it?
Revelation: “We Are Your Defense”
Will, Katie, and Andrew approach the RAP, using the Gauntlet to “wake it up.” They discover what we learned last season – the RAP is largely (or entirely) mechanical. Then the Resistance learns things even we don’t know: The RAP understands language, can speak. When asked why it came here, the RAP provides an ominous answer: “War.” It also talks of “escape” from another enemy, and implies that humans are allies to help defend against aggressors intent on “total annihilation.”
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