Brad and Amy made me cry this week when they were talking about grieving. Poor kid. It must have been so scary for her to have to run from and fight that maniac and face that she might turn into that same thing. That's a lot for anybody to process, especially a child.
I was struck this week by how everyone (except Amy and maybe Lila) was both right and wrong. There are very few unqualified heroes and villains in this situation. Brad may legitimately care about Amy, but he is the guy who kidnapped her. Amy was right about that. A nice kidnapper is still a kidnapper. Lear and Sykes may have thought they had good intentions, but they are still the new king and queen of human experimentation. I mean, DOD dude wasn't wrong. He authorized the program, but Sykes and Lear experimented on people for 3 years, so they don't have the right to act all pure and holy now. Clark may have finally seen the light (maybe), but he's still been the primary enforcer in this nonsense. Pandora's box has been opened. It doesn't really matter now if he says, "Oops!".
On the Virals side, I can understand why Shauna feels betrayed by Nicole. She really did think they were friends. OTOH, how is Sykes supposed to remain friends with some chick who appeared dead at first and now wants to steal her life and taste her blood? When Babcock and Sykes were arguing, I was like, "See, this is why we can't be friends".
And Fanning seems to actually expect Elizabeth to be grateful to him for forcing this condition on her. He could have explained to her what he wanted to do when he visited her and let her make the decision. But, noooooo! He's Mr. Brilliant (and a man), so he just decides to bulldoze over her and choose this for her. If she turns, I hope she hates him for it and takes every opportunity to express it.