Being Human remains on the darker side of things, threatening chaos not only for our favourite vampire, werewolves, and ghost, but for the entirety of humanity as well. The power vacuum left in the wake of Herrick's death seems to be about as bad for the world as it would have been had his plans been allowed to go forth. And if things in vampire territory look bad, the werewolves still aren't happy and the ghost realm are really unimpressed with Annie (Lenora Crichlow).
What is it with Annie and her terrible taste in men? It's like she looks at any nice and normal guy and dismisses him because he doesn't have some terrible and dark desire to sexually assault her. Now, in Saul (Alex Lanipekun)'s case, it's hard to say how much of the violence was really him. After all, he was manipulated by the other side, sent back to live long enough to find Annie, though clearly mentally disturbed, and when he got himself in another car accident at their request, he eventually stopped himself from trying to drag her through the portal with him. So perhaps he was just a nice normal guy before they got to him...though would Annie have been interested in him if that had been the case?Regardless, the ghost world is after Annie, and she's been reduced to invisibility again. What will have to happen, have to change, before she gets her solidity back?
Mitchell (Aidan Turner) seems to be living the most normal life out of the three of them. He's not drinking, he's flirting not entirely awkwardly with Lucy (Lyndsey Marshal), and the problems that surround him aren't his personally, but there are so many problems surrounding him. Ivan (Paul Rhys) is a constant reminder of what could happen to the world if vampires aren't contained, and his vampire friend from 10 years before accidentally ate his lover. Keeping his existence, all of their existences, a secret is becoming more and more of a priority for him.
Sadly Nina (Sinead Keenan) can't see this at all. The most recent to join the supernatural state, she can't understand all the problems that come with their existence, the back door methods which must be taken to keep the humans safe and in ignorance. It is so sad that she felt forced to leave George (Russell Tovey), but worse that it now seems she will end up in the metaphorical claws of Kemp (Donald Sumpter). And the only thing we've learnt about his operation is that part of the reason he hasn't simple locked up the household yet is because he is interested in studying the interactions between the type 1s, the type 2s and the type 3s.
At least we got one good laugh when Mitchell realized that his ability to talk with girls was beginning to rival George's for failure. What moment made you smile?
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