It's hard to believe so much happens in the space of 48 minutes. "The future of the galaxy," Finn replies, and then she administers the beta-secretase injection. Let's just hope that's not the case; it would truly be a travesty to end the show now. Upon reaching a decaying structure of some sort, covered in thick, overgrown vines, Malloy taps an entry code into a keypad and MacFarlane gives us one of the funniest homages to "Return of the Jedi" ever. We learn that during the Battle of Earth, the Orville was disabled and crashed into the ocean.

"The Orville" Season 2 finale, "The Road Not Taken," follows the crew through an alternate timeline. He's been surviving on combat rations and minimal life support ever since. Taken: Season 2 Taken; 16 videos; 2,763 views; Last updated on Mar 8, 2019; From executive producer Luc Besson ("Taken," "The Fifth Element"), this … LaMarr hits upon the idea that they look for the data on the Kaylon network — told you that would prove useful. Upon her return to her normal time, she decided not to continue dating Mercer – as we saw — and, long story short, he never became a Planetary Union captain. Then, suddenly, she's back … only now she's lying on the floor of her apartment, just as she was when she returned last week. With the possible exception of "Identity part II" (S02, E09), more is probably crammed into this 48 minutes of television than any other installment.

A combination of fancy flying and sharp shooting brings a wall of ice crashing down on the pursuing Kaylon death sphere, enabling our dynamic duo to escape. This is a stylish opening set piece and it's great to see an alien environment in "The Orville" that isn't obviously Griffith Park, the Santa Monica mountains or Seth MacFarlane's garden in the summertime. The Kaylon now have the ability to, er, launch their heads as heavily armed drones. (Image: © Kevin …

NBC has released the description for the season 2 finale of Taken titled "Viceroy," airing on June 30th. During this time, Grayson and Mercer share a tender moment and talk about their future in this timeline and the future they're trying to return to. But let's face it, they probably don't know either. On the other side of seeing it, we highly recommend that you subscribe to CarterMatt on YouTube for more, and be sure to also visit our official playlist.

Once aboard, the doors open and Grayson, Talla Keyali (Jessica Szohr), Dr. Claire Finn (Penny Johnson Jerald) and former Chief Engineer John LaMarr (J. Lee) step forward. Visit our, Taken season 2 episode 16 (finale) spoilers: The end is here. By visiting this site, you consent to have cookie data stored. There is no Audience Score because there are not enough user ratings at this time. And I will find him. This episode will probably give you a great Adrianne Palicki performance, but also find a way to end this season with really high stakes as Kelly works to make this situation right … if she can.

Chicago PD interview: EP Rick Eid on Atwater’s big story, Burgess & Ruzek. With Hart (Jennifer Beals) in grave danger, the team must find their own way to stop Ramsey (Tahmoh Penikett) before his plan to assassinate a senator starts a war with international terrorists. "I know that he's there with you. "Half the known galaxy wiped out by those people … because we didn't go out again," Mercer says solemnly, after learning of the events of the nine months. "I don't know who you are. There's more great-looking VFX as the shuttlecraft makes its way through the depths … until they reach the derelict spacecraft. Mercer is somewhat surprised to see Grayson, since in this timeline she dumped him after their first date. Brave members of the resistance fall, one after another, as the battle on the ground seems hopeless. But, thankfully, it's water off a duck's back and perhaps aside from a rolling of the eyes, it's easy to concentrate more on being entertained than getting upset over the blatant disregard for any laws of physics.

(Photo: NBC. The season finale of Taken airs Monday, May 1 at 10 p.m. on NBC.

(ORV-213) (TV-14 D, L, S, V). The away team land on the planet surface and make their way to the resistance headquarters.

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and to receive email from Rotten Tomatoes and Fandango. I will find you. Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas, J.R. 'Bob' Dobbs & The Church of the SubGenius. By visiting this site, you consent to have cookie data stored. They're able to enter the shuttlebay and pressurize it before cautiously wandering through the dark, damaged corridors of the Orville. A tense firefight ensues between the resistance and a fleet of disembodied head drones, plus the scavenger ship in orbit above them has come under attack. Then, suddenly, she's gone. But there's still 4.5 minutes left! Be sure to share some of your individual thoughts/hopes now in the comments! Based on the quality of this season to date, we certainly do feel confident that no matter what happens, we’ll see this story conclude in a satisfying manner. A subtle nod to the "Raiders of the Lost Ark" soundtrack can be heard once again as our intrepid team hack a path through the thick jungle canopy of Big Bear, California. "The Orville" Season 2 finale, "The Road Not Taken," follows the crew through an alternate timeline. Risking life and limb to reheat last night's leftovers seemed a little excessive, but this makes much more sense. Taken Season 2 Episode 16 "Viceroy" Guide (Season Finale) (June 13 2018) by Shane Olga Ocampo NBC has released the description for the season 2 finale of Taken titled "Viceroy," airing on June 30th. Eventually, they're overrun and the headquarters is destroyed in a massive explosion. We can already guess we might be in an alternate future, but we're still intrigued. Follow Scott Snowden on Twitter. Taken's Bryan Mills (Clive Standen) has a particular set of skills, one of them being giving great speeches. Also going down in the Taken season finale: The FBI threatens to remove Christina (Jennifer Beals) from command, so Bryan and John (Gaius Charles) lead a rogue mission to stop Carlos Mejia's associates before they make it across the border. Finn completes the procedure and then disappears as the timeline changes. But they're not out of this yet.

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All rights reserved. She's then put on the phone to plea for her life and Bryan's help; Bryan launches the prequel to his "particular set of skills speech.". And there's nothing he or anyone else can do to stop me now. (E! Please refresh the page and try again. With the proper injection, the mindwipe will take hold and history can be restored, but getting a hold of said proper injection will require a visit to the underground resistance. Head over to Taken Spoilers page for the latest news. It would be nice if the House of Mouse could confirm series three, so that we the fans can stop worrying and the writers can allocate some brain time to how it could unfold. And then, of course, there was the Kaylon war. Every system is diverted, including life support, as the Kaylon close in. Whoever knew that an episode named after Robert Frost could have so much shocking content within it? © We cut to Young Grayson, in her apartment, fast asleep in her bed. After all, we’re looking at what is very likely the final episode of the action drama. For some more discussion on The Orville in video form, check out the latest we’ve got for you below! While they patiently wait just inside the event horizon (they're invisible, you see, since not even light can escape — yeah, that's a 3 a.m. writers' room decision right there) time is passing more quickly for the Kaylon just beyond. ), All content copyright 2011-2020, This site uses cookies to track and store data. While not as spectacularly badly balanced as the two-part season finale of "Star Trek: Discovery," the second part of this two-part finale still feels overstuffed compared to the first. Taken season 2 episode 16 (finale) spoilers: The end is here. Be sure to share right now in the attached comments! All rights reserved. As the episode begins, we see two masked figures trudging through a snowy forest; we have no idea who they are or where they are and some nice wide camera angles show us they're all alone. Naturally, the ship is resting — still intact, thankfully — at the deepest point of the ocean, the Mariana Trench. Do we wish there was a situation in which season 2 had more of a chance to succeed in the ratings?