So, is Jax a clone ? A very shouty clone ? Or an organic robot ? Or a ageless crime-fighting superhero whose mind was wiped ? How else can she look exactly the same after over 150 years. Or are they all implanted memories ?
Thomas displaying TK abilities in the bar ... in public ... is just plain stupid.
Wow !! We actually get a name for the timey-wimey wormhole on New Portland. Portal technology. But absolutely no progress about what it is a portal to ? The Future ? The Past ? Sideways ? Parallel dimension ?
So Jax drinks some Zatarian joy juice to discover her memories. Sure, why not.
Priscilla Quintana does some of her best acting so far in the series -- lying on the floor, looking like she's having a seizure. </sarcasm>
Harland Freed founded Parallax -- the evil corporation in this show -- via extortion with money, spaceships, and Jupiter's moon Io. But that's ok because he was hot (per Jax and Pilar).
Uncle-professor Osborn killed his wife -- Tracey Diane Osborn -- just 3 years previous on March 30, 2196 because she was an enemy agent. An agent for whom ? Parallax ? The Zatari ? Aliens from the portal ? Someone else ? And Preston's wife is also an enemy agent aka The Mole. Did Xander get a second source to confirm or just take the librarian at his word ? Because his evidence seemed pretty weak.
Uncle-professor Osborn needs a better groundskeeper for his wife's grave.
Tracey's gravestone inscription -- "Always remembered. The lessons she taught us will never be forgotten." Lessons like .... oh .... don't marry an enemy agent. Geez, that's 2 senior CIS officials who's wives were enemy agents. These guys should do better at background checking their spouses BEFORE they get married.