Glitch Season 3 Episode 6: What Is Dead May Never Die Summary: As catastrophic bushfires approach Yoorana, the Risen confront their fears about life and death. (I guess they were just the police force of the universe?) How did William and Elishia know each other? How is it apparently effecting the people of Yoorana? In the last scene of Dark season 3's ending, a sense of déjà vu comes over Hannah as the lights flicker and she stares at a yellow raincoat. Another meaning to the title might be related to Hannah’s words in Dark season 3's ending. Pri Rosa is an avid TV and movie fan. 16 December 2018, 22:25 | Updated: 17 December 2018, 07:55. If you’re new to Glitch, you just need to watch 18 episodes and you’ve binged the entire series. And the addition of Paddy was completely useless and uninspired. So I suppose, in the world of Glitch, that those whose hearts have stopped beating during surgery, but are able to recover minutes afterwards, need to not only die as well, but kill the cancerous’ returned peoples in order to prevent our imminent death by fire? Glitch Season 3 Episode 3 Recap. I found myself fast forwarding though most of the episodes filler just to try and reach the "plot points" and rush to the end. Knowledge is the key to end the cycle. Only a person outside the knot, disconnected from Jonas and Martha’s tangled family tree, could truly see a path to break the cycle - and that person was Claudia. Thank you for your brilliant contribution. They follow Claudia’s and Adam’s instructions, return to the Winden caves, and end up in a tunnel of light. The mystery of his whereabouts is the catalyst for young Jonas to discover a way to time travel. But I gotta say the Universe does have rules maybe it doesn’t care about what humans do in day to day life and doesn’t set out to bring justice to the wrongs of the world but I could see something like resurrecting someone who died hundreds of years ago being on par with breaking the law of physics and triggering apocalyptic events. We can assume Judith may have been thinking about Belle, but who the heck was thinking about Chi the moment he was resurrected? This is how Eva’s agents can jump between worlds. Nevertheless, Jonas trusts her and they travel together to a parallel world at the start of season 3. She says she had a dream about lights flickering, a loud bang, and then suddenly everything was dark. When the natural order of the universe is disturbed as in Glitch, it produces worldwide chaos and the end times. I think they're angels who fell in love. I think they all had to come back to resolve issues they had before dying. If I was in that situation, I'd be demanding better proof than William gave - a scientific explanation, not just a "we must die to save the world." Here are some of the most pressing questions fans had about the Travelers season 3 finale. While helping her collect blood bags at the Archive, David is shot multiple times. Meanwhile, other families also are connected to Martha and Jonas. Some explanation about what was happening and why for the people hunting the resurrected and Elisha and William would have been nice. This means only those outside that tree are alive in the third world. In the end we see Marcy and David on a bus in this reset "version 2", implying a potential happy ending for two of the series' most beloved characters. For Chi, just as you said that, I’m thinking it was more likely his descendant/descendants who were thinking about...OR, maybe Patty (another risen, so idk) thought of him after he came back, and was feeling guilty about it. Furthermore, they both believe the knot is the Unknown Child. Dark, in this context, is the end of desire, of wanting. Will Netflix's Dark Season 4 Ever Happen? Once Martha and Jonas untie the knot and stop the invention of time travel, anyone that existed because of them was wiped out. One key part of her plan is feeding Adam information by having the Unknown write the Sic Mundus notebook Adam uses to fight her. In season 3's final episode, Marcy is taken captive by 001 (in Jeff's body) for the code in her head. Glitch: reviving a genre with a girl, a baby and a gun. I really loved this show up until this season (or series, whatever: I’m American, give me some space), and I had all these ideas of how they were going to tie all the ‘hints’ dropped throughout the story. Pardon my bluntness, but what a incredibly genius way to not only end this great show poorly, but to end it like an absolute dick. Why didn’t she come back? Déjà vu in the show points to events repeating over and over again, and Martha and Jonas refer to the feeling as “a glitch in the Matrix.” In the Matrix trilogy, déjà vu was a moment when something had changed in the code of the simulation, an event that could not be predicted by the characters but would happen anyway. But before Jonas is engulfed by the destruction, a young Martha appears and takes him to a different reality. This suggests that even in the third world, certain things will happen again as determined by the system (in this case, reality). It was just really really bad and the only reason I finished it was because of the goodwill the actors and their characters had gathered with their previous seasons. Whoops, Raf gets tasered to death... How do we know? Following season 2, Netflix took over production on Travelers, meaning the streaming platform alone will decide whether or not to renew the show for another season. William (Rodger Corser) breaks into the house before being shot by Kate. Glitch: reviving a genre with a girl, a baby and a gun. It's not 100% clear whether Agent MacLaren dies in 9/11. Also, we find out that the risen were risen because people were thinking of them. Trevor explains that "when you consider the amount of potential revisions and possible outcomes, the Director has probably abandoned millions of timelines. He is the one who sends Noah, Helge, Agnes, Silja, Franziska, Magnus, Elisabeth, and Charlotte to different times and places so they can guarantee things would happen according to Adam’s wishes. And what's with that crap about Jesus - they imply he's like them, so that must mean he was dead and rose before he died to save the world? That’s why the last scene of Dark has Katharina, Hannah, Benni, Woller, Regina, and Peter dining together. really, how did he know her? Because life and the universe is never chaotic...it’ll just resurrect people to fix things. What little scientific explanation that was given was overly simplistic and unsatisfying. Pretty much aligned with what you said... Don't understand why they went the Jesus way too...It was super interesting when it was sci-fi. This man, who is never named in the show, is the son of the original Jonas and the Martha from the second world. And she was found out and punished for the witchcraft so her dying spell was to allow herself to return at a point in the future where it would be possible for her to use science for the to be together. Hannah is now married to Woller, and expecting a baby. Beau (Aaron L. McGrath) also has to deal with the fact that his new friend, Paddy (Ned Dennehy), is dead as the conflict with his father, Phil (Rob Collins), continues. But we didn’t get any of that, we just got pointless story lines, that ended on a very anti-climatic episode. I 100% agree. The ending of Travelers season 3 could reasonably serve as a series finale as well. Of course, the ambiguity around the ending creates a potential for more adventures, especially after a drastically altered timeline. Related: Dark Season 2 Review: German Time-Travel Series Takes Pleasure In Its Paradoxes. Related: Most Anticipated Netflix Original Series Of 2020.