Archived from on July 1, 2014. She is alone, a stranger in a strange land, and has eight of the most ruthless criminals from the future, known as Liber8, loose in the city. Fortunately we rarely have to make the distinction in our Continuum discussions since dead Kiera isn't doing much anymore. Before dying, he says to Kiera that he knew that she came from future. Keira is so alone right now, what with losing her trust in Alec and Carlos' trust in her.
Neither he nor Carlos said anything to her about it, that we saw as far as I can remember. But near as I can tell the difficulty is that so far we can't figure out a consistent rule for when timelines collapse. As with why everybody is acting out of character and I will exclude Betty, all of Liber8---minus of course Julian, and even Dillon because we a moving further into the alternate timeline. That night, Betty is lured to a bar and is shot dead. Seeing her try to move on with Brad would be interesting.
This seems like she jumped into an alternate universe, not an alternate timeline. Corporate Alec seems to be the one that arose in the original future, the one without love, creating the all powerful corporation, and having no qualms sending a mother back in time to secure his future. Also, what happened between Alec and Julian was very interesting. Pesky and possibly embarrassing positions on freedom can disappear in the wash that way. Kiera's truce with Garza comes to a sudden and painful end, but not before she discovers a device from yet another future, something even the Freelancers don't recognise.
Best one of S3 so far,imo. The debate isn't about point of view or who we are as the audience but could she be wrong. It made me wonder: a man, who would have been killed along with his family if he hadn't volunteered for the job, was sent back in time to kill Kiera - why? Everyone should be recognizable, especially since they were all aware of what was going on. Anyway, I liked this episode because we saw Kiera change. Anyway, I liked this episode because we saw Kiera change. I really liked Kiera happily running out for breakfast.
But on the debate is if her proclamations about the timeline are accurate since we, as the audience, have seen her be dead wrong about things. Or did she only see him point the gun at her with no accompanying muzzle flash to show a bullet had been shot? But when they voice their concerns to Dillon, he refuses to listen. Yeah there's a Kiera, but she's not the same person. I thought that came from dead! Believing she had no other choice, Kiera hands over Red Alec to the Freelancers, who detain him. Liber8 then leave after realizing that they are simply pawns being used by those in power in the future.
The other choosing Emily over Keira getting back to her family, this one just being evil enough to let Keira go about her day with her murderer on the loose. But kudos for the writers avoiding that sci-fi trope. I was kind of surprised she dimed Garza out but she did nail her foot. Good luck with the future. The series concluded on October 9, 2015.
He is secretly working with Liber8 in his quest to become Mayor of Vancouver. Though her comment about dreams being true was interesting. I've always thought that is was pretty crappy that the show creators gave Kiera a husband and child. The show spells it out for us with NoName I know he has a name now, but I didn't catch it saying his future doesn't know Alec Sadler--that Kellogg is the Bill Gates equivalent. Later that day Betty is released from custody and is allowed to resume her duties under strict supervision and has to wear an ankle monitor, and is then informed she will be used as bait to catch Liber8. Garza and Lucas walking away because their inability to determine the future at will didn't appease their vanity fit their characters I think.
Loin de son époux et de son fils, Kiera Cameron concentre dès lors ses efforts sur la traque de ces fugitifs, avant qu'ils ne commettent d'autres méfaits à notre époque. In the series finale, he double-crosses Red Kiera and Alec in an attempt to return to 2012 so that he can kill Liber8 and Kiera when they first arrive in this time and influence Alec himself, but as they expect that, they feed him fake coordinates and he is sent back to pre-Columbian times, when there is no technology to assist his time travel efforts and died of old age, off screen. This was a good episode for Kellog, the timeline now interests me. It looks like they thought things were on track, or at least manageable. This is definitely a re-watch episode with a lot of story and exposition. I also thought Garza would've cut Kiera a break by nailing in between her toes. During the investigation, they discover the thief and Betty's murderer.
In the wake of these events, Liber8 claims control over the Freelancer's base, Kellog reveals that he managed to get Green Alec to sign documents that allow him to take complete control of Piron and has Red Alec ejected from the company, and Brad's beacon activates with heavily armed soldiers emerging from a rift in the future implying that the disastrous future he was sent to prevent is still on track to occur. Starting with the third season, the narration was replaced by a new sequence that contains a computer-animated version of the time travel device, scenes from previous seasons, and cast credits, before finishing with Kiera Cameron holding the device, followed by the title card. Kiera finally learns the truth about John Doe. It's not like Kiera showed up in an untainted past. I'm very interested in what paths they'll choose, how they'll come together, who they'll ally themselves with, etc. Anyone else bummed new future guy isn't her son? It's not like they changed one past week and jumped ahead to a year, in the future. They immediately saw the potential and hired me to write a pilot script.