So Marcy is taking her condition seriously- she's going to see what her MRI shows. Our team is supposed to intercept a new Traveler and get their next mission. We get another child message. It's a little problematic that the program uses kids to pass on messages... it might be safe for the kids, but is it ethical? Also, we get the question should the team give a warning to people (potential hosts) who are going to otherwise perish? We're starting to examine some of the issues facing the Travelers- the Protocols are popping up, and Mac is adjusting to married life (although one thing I wish they would address- they do later- is the morality of taking over someone's life in the first place).
Food must be really bad in the future because Trevor is enjoying his school lunch.
It would be really hard to come back from the future and only have to follow missions, but not be able to do other things, save other lives.
I'm glad they are addressing the inappropriateness of the Marcy/ David relationship. Yes, Marcy is not Marcy but no one else knows that, and her hanging with her social worker is a big no no.
Carly has quite the arsenal.
What would you do? If you could rescue a child but weren't supposed to- I mean, do you jeopardize the future in other ways- what's the right decision?
Chaos breaks loose, people die, but they save a kid. And clearly the program in the future is monitoring because they get a message to abort FROM the kid they're rescuing during the attempt.