Eat my dust! Yet another recap of Being Human

Hey there again, here’s my latest review for Forces Of Geek.   Please take a look if you like, or if you wouldn’t really mind, or have nothing better to do.  Oh whatever, I know you’re only here for the haikus and the recipes.  Be patient.  Haikus tomorrow, recipe on Saturday.

Thanks for taking a look!  Be sure to tune in later this week, as I will be reviewing the new show Do No Harm for Forces of Geek as well.  It  looks to be a modern version of the Jekyll and Hyde story. It premieres on NBC January 31st.

*****being human

Looks like all of us, including Josh, (Sam Huntington)  were worried for nothing, as we open this week with Nora (Kristen Hager) and Liam ( Xander Berkeley) enjoying a lovely cup of Joe.  After last week’s episode ended with a trail of blood leading from the decimated storage locker door, Nora’s safety was the cliff hanger du jour. Turns out that chewing his way through the door was murder on Liam’s gums, hence the blood.  His motives seem fatherly, as he tries to convince Nora that all he wants is to find Brynn; but one has to wonder if he will do the same thing to Josh when he gets his paws on him.

When Nora returns home, of course everyone is relieved.  Josh seems to be the only one without a major issue this week, as Sally (Meaghan Rath) and Aidan (Sam Witwer) have some unfinished business to take care of with their unfortunate “victims”. Sally is so guilt ridden that she has killed Trent (John Bregar) that she is eating her way through the entire stash of food in the house.  Ironically, Aidan has a food related problem himself, as the supply continues to dwindle, causing his “son” Henry (Kyle Schmid) to go insane with rabid hunger.

Please read the rest on Forces Of Geek HERE

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6 thoughts on “Eat my dust! Yet another recap of Being Human

  1. Love your reviews of this very interesting series! What do you think the witch was doing at the end? I don’t want to spoil it for others but I don’t think Josh or Nora thought about this consequence & the witch kind of left this out, don’t you think?

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