Time to bring Krystal back into the fold in “Human Raw Material”: a very good episode with equal parts funny and dramatic as the clones and their allies infiltrate Brightborn to learn more about what’s going on to get a sense of the bigger picture. Less so with Sarah, who just can’t seem to catch a break. But to be fair, she brought some of that on herself.
You know that line from Clerks about life being a series of down endings? Well, “From Instinct to Rational Control” had a number of downer endings. That didn’t make it a bad episode, mind you, and by episode’s end, we learn even more about the larger plan to create a more perfect human being.