Helix Sneak Peek: Murder Gives the Team Chills

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All is not well at the remote Arctic Biosystems facility.

When last we tuned into Syfy’s Helix (Fridays at 10/9c), Major Balleseros — fearing that Doreen was drawing too close to the truth — killed the good doctor, then staged it to look like an accident.

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But as seen in this first-look clip from tonight’s new episode, “The White Room,” no amount of nibbling lab rodents could destroy the truth about what happened. Rather, Alan reports to Sarah (who’s dealing with secrets and issues of her own) that Doreen was murdered, which on the heels of Julia getting sick only adds to the CDC reps’ concerns.

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Sarah thus wonders if any of them will emerge from this horror alive. When Alan tries to reassure her, does she “comfort” her mentor, albeit in a quite (ahem) different way?

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Elsewhere in the episode, expect new reveals, a return to the “frozen monkey” field, a broken trust and an ubercreepy vector attack.



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Comments (3)

  • Those frozen monkeys are just ’bout the creepiest thing on my tv screen outside AHS. :shudder: Nightmare fodder for weeks.

    Comment by vioricabritton – January 31, 2014 07:59 AM PDT  Reply To This Post
  • I really hated that Doreen was killed off, she was such a fun character…helped relieve my anxiety from the monkeys and craziness going on around that place! I haven’t been able to figure anything out, nothing is clear or expected which makes a great show. Normally I can figure things out early on in this type of show or movie – can’t wait for tonight’s episode :)

    Comment by Cindy – January 31, 2014 08:34 AM PDT  Reply To This Post
    • my favorite too

      Comment by This guy – January 31, 2014 09:20 AM PDT  Reply To This Post

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