On The Gifted Season 2 Episode 1, Lorna is going to pop any minute, and Marcos has been losing his mind trying to find her. He doesn't want to be separated from Lorna and their baby any more than Kate and Reed want Andy separate from them.
Both Andy and Lorna chose a side, though, and they don't want the Mutant Underground to find them.
While I get that the Hellfire Club's goal is to fight for mutant rights, so mutants don't have to hide anymore, I don't trust those triplets as far as I could throw them; which isn't far, considering there are three of them.
Even before Reeva and the devilish Frost trio offed the entire Inner Circle, you could tell they had their agenda. The question is, what is it?
Terrorism isn't enough for them, apparently.
Whatever it is, they're using Lorna, and once she figures that out, she'll go running back to the Mutant Underground. What's left of it.
It makes sense why she left. Lorna wants to make a stand. She wants a better life for her mutant baby. Motherly, right? What she's not getting is that's what Marcos wants too.
You really wanna get me in the mood? Finish the dishes.
Blink Permalink: You really wanna get me in the mood? Finish the dishes. Added: September 24, 2018 She was wrong to leave the Mutant Underground, and she was wrong to leave Marcos.
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Lorna's impatient, but maybe she does have a small point. No, the mutants shouldn't have to hide their powers and stay in the shadows. Of course. They should have the same rights afforded every other American citizen. But, terrorism to get your point across isn't the way to go.
Those are bully tactics, which might work in the short-term, but not in the long run.
The key, and what seems to be the way the Underground would go, would be to show humans that mutants are just like them. Show them there's no need to be afraid.
Going to the public and Sentinal Services with fear and intimidation would only drive a bigger wedge between the humans and the mutants.
I know him more than you can imagine, and I'm telling you. He left us.
Lauren Permalink: I know him more than you can imagine, and I'm telling you. He left us. Added: September 24, 2018 Things are bad enough in that area.
Andy's a different story. He's in puberty confusion. Once that testosterone goes pumping through your body, it's a lot to handle. Add to that extreme powers which surpass all other abilities, and you're asking for trouble.
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Lauren's young too, but she's had time to come to terms with her mutant abilities.
Andy knows his powers are only at their fullest with Lauren's, so if he cared about mutant rights, he would've stayed with..