Last we saw the Time Team Jessica dropped a mighty bomb on Wyatt. A baby bomb. I’ve had a lot of predictions and hopes for this season, and have shared them as we’ve watched the team travel through time and grow. I still think adding Flynn was the smartest move the writers could have made, regardless of how someone may feel about ships or his past. Flynn adds another layer of depth and tension to the team that, until now, was gelling just a bit too much. Along with learning more about Flynn, the show gave us a look at Mason and Christopher, rounding out a cast of flawed, realistic, and fully fleshed out characters. I honestly didn’t think it possible at the end of last season to care about the double-crossing billionaire who only cared about his own skin and the bottom line, and yet here we are. Sitting on the floor bawling when he hears himself on his hero’s definitive work…
Which, of course, makes the finale all the more tense and edge-of-our seats.
As of now, there is no word about a season three pick up, but I got to see the two-hour finale, and I have so many questions… And just a couple tidbits for you!
Beware possible spoilers for the finale below!
- There is a body count.
- Not everyone is gonna make it out of Season Two alive, guys! But is it Rittenhouse or TimeTeam casualties??
- There is some serious tension in the team.
- Things come to a head in the finale, and they have some pretty big consequences.
- The love triangle is still alive.
- Both the USS Lyatt and Garcy ships have some moments and steam still in them.
- But both have some major hurdles, also.
- There is a massive cliffhanger.
- That’s it. That’s all I’m telling you.
- Jiya gets separated from the team
- No, I’m not telling you how.
- But she’s not anxious to go home when the team finds her.
- AND SHE IS A TOTAL BADASS.