Exclusive Helix Sneak Peek: Will [Spoiler] Jeopardize Alan's Plan to Destroy the Virus?

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This Friday on Helix (Syfy, 10/9c), Level X marks the spot — as in the area Alan & Co. must infiltrate in order to find and destroy the remaining vials of the NARVIK virus.

But is everyone up to the task?

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As seen in this first-look clip from the episode “Level X,” since they’ll be operating in the dark — that is, unable to communicate with one another — timing is everything. Also important: Making sure that Hatake doesn’t go off script. Thing is, the person whose job it is to keep the not-so-good doctor in line has other issues to deal with.

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Anyone else got a bad feeling about this…?

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Comments (3)

  • Did Alan call Sarah “Jordan”, as in her name in real life????

    Comment by ac – February 28, 2014 06:21 AM PDT  Reply To This Post
    • The character’s name is Dr. Sarah Jordan

      Comment by FatherOctavian – February 28, 2014 07:25 AM PDT  Reply To This Post
  • Producer Ronald D. Moore was responsible for the rebooted Battlestar Galactica, which I consider PERHAPS the greatest sci-fi TV series ever. Sure, Star Trek might be a more iconic series, but at least BSG consisted of one long, grand story arc that eventually reached a reasonably satisfying conclusion. Sure, BSG had its share of weak episodes, but they were more than balanced out with some truly mindblowing episodes.

    So it absolutely PAINS me that Ronald D. Moore is to blame for the steaming mess that Helix has become. I’m embarrassed to admit that that I’ve watched every episode in hopes that SOMETHING interesting will happen, and yet I find myself just rolling my eyes in dismay and disappointment. It’s almost as though they were making it up as they went along. Even the half-hearted web series Blood and Chrome was better than this.

    Comment by Chuck Anziulewicz – March 5, 2014 08:51 AM PDT  Reply To This Post

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