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Falling Skies Spoilers: What is Happening?

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After two hours of Falling Skies, this is what we know:

  • Skitters have four legs; Mechs have two.
  • The aliens have harnessed a handful of kids, including Tom Mason's son.
  • Tom and Anne are just friends... at the moment.
  • John Pope is a sarcastic intellectual who dabbles in kidnapping.

Will these impressions and facts change over the course of this TNT drama's first season?

Tom and Son

“At the end of the season, we leave these characters having to radically redefine what they thought was happening the entire time," Noah Wyle told TV Line in response to that topic.

The star also said children, including one of his sons, won't always be used as slave labor by the aliens.

At some point, the kids will be "used as a deterring force," he teased. "That creates an ethical dilemma as to whether or not we’re going to shoot them.”

For more from Wyle and other Falling Skies cast members, head over to TV Line.

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well tati you are obviously a stupid ass bitch who cant understand a a story line. have fun fuckin your cousin while the rest of us watch a great show you inbred mother fucker


Since this is pretty much set against a war that isn't going to be won, anytime soon, the show has to be character-driven, to be successful. We watched the premiere two episodes last night and...not really all that impressive. Here's to hoping they step it up a notch, or else they are going to find themselves going the way of The Event...