As Amy Leonard (Peyton List) tells Katie Bowman (Sarah Wayne Callies) at one point during this Season 3 finale, at some point things have to get better. This is not that point. Instead, the moment the IGA knew what was coming finally does -- a second alien attack by the hosts’ enemies, the Demis. Old rules are thrown out and surviving becomes a much more immediate challenge. Broussard (Tory Kittles) has to trust that Everett Kynes (Wayne Brady) really does hold the keys to surviving and rebuilding, if he lives.
The meeting with the Outliers feels like a point of no return for the Bowmans. Katie (Sarah Wayne Callies) is worried about uprooting their lives, but Will (Josh Holloway) argues they’re not safe and it’s time to fight -- again. When Alan Snyder (Peter Jacobson) makes a move against Everett Kynes (Wayne Brady) in a big way, the repercussions are far-reaching for the entire Seattle Colony, and especially Outliers like Will and Broussard (Tory Kittles).
The most dangerous game
After Will Bowman (Josh Holloway) spared his life, Alan Snyder (Peter Jacobson) wastes no time getting back to his conniving, scheming ways. Snyder wants to know what Everett Kynes (Wayne Brady) is hiding in his colony, and Will wants to know if there are others like him. As the resistance band slowly gets back together, it all comes down to outliers – the highly trained fighters like Will and Broussard. But who will they end up fighting for?
Will and Katie finally talk
The oldest Bowman child, Bram (Alexander Neustaedter) is strong-willed and independent. Shortly after the Arrival, Bram and his high school teacher discover suspicious activities on the moon, which they spy with a contraband telescope. He also tapes the rousing addresses from the Resistance leader Geronimo and explores an underground tunnel that may be his ticket out of the Los Angeles bloc. Busted by Homeland Security in one of the tunnels, Bram now sits in captivity.