I'm still reeling from Colony Season 3 Episode 5 and can't believe one of the Bowman children died. Although looking back, the way they designed the end, I should've had a clue.
On Colony Season 3 Episode 4, we were left with Broussard and Amy arriving at an abandoned camp. We didn't know where anyone was or how much time had passed. We still don't know exactly how much time passed, but now we know what happened.
The Occupation happened, with the assistance of Snyder, that sly dog.
Snyder is always working an angle, and this storyline for him was no different. Even when he was giving Victor the password for the transmission, Snyder told him straight up he wasn't a good man.
I don't care what choices you make. Resist, collaborate, fight or hide. But before you lecture me on the importance of human life, ask yourself why you're going to make the choice to kill millions of people. Nothing will change. Nobody will be inspired, they'll just be dead!
Snyder Permalink: I don't care what choices you make. Resist, collaborate, fight or hide. But before you... Added: May 30, 2018 Snyder may say he's not a good man, and while that might be true in the traditional sense, he does what he thinks will cause the least amount of damage (to others and himself).
That's part of why I like him so much.
Snyder was telling the truth about what happened in Dallas -- the ground turning to glass and killing millions. The same thing would happen if Victor didn't step up!
If you didn't believe Snyder because sometimes you can't, Victor confirmed Snyder's tale by asking the source himself -- the RAP.
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The red orb glowed inside the RAP, and you could tell on Victor's face he saw exactly what happened in Dallas. Millions of lives were in his hands, and he had to trust Snyder at his word.
We learned an interesting piece of information on this episode; the red glow is a soul or a consciousness. Interesting!
MacGregor: What did you do?
Victor: I remembered who I was.
Permalink: I remembered who I was. Added: May 30, 2018 Anyway, Snyder twisted an important piece of information talking to Victor.
The little "keep it under six seconds" bit was a lie. Snyder knew as soon as Victor spoke the word Roanoke into the frequency, the Occupation was coming down hard on the camp.
View Slideshow: 13 Dynamic TV Power Couples I couldn't have been the only one who found it hilarious when Snyder was stuffing pencil erasers in his ears. Right?
Admit it. The guy is funny.
I was surprised the troops came in shooting, but I guess I shouldn't have been. The camp was full of Resistance members, so they're enemies.
Still, there are children there. The Occupation is filled with human beings, no? How can they stomach shooting children?