Not that the hour didn't have its heart warming moments. Martin's dream had me longing for the guy to get just one hug from his son.
Martin and Clea's search to find her mother and the lost boy definitely drove the center of the story. The one thing I didn't understand was why Clea let her mother run off if she thought for even a moment that the woman may have abducted a child. Would it have been that difficult to follow her? But I suppose the story would have wrapped up a lot quicker if she had.
I liked how Clea said that her mother agreed to go back to the hospital for today. That was a victory. There's no way of telling what tomorrow will bring.
Or if there will be one. At first I didn't think the plane crash was real. It appeared like some sort of strange dream when Will unbuckled from the seat and wandered away. His journey from the crash site back to his office and the building still makes little sense to me even though it obviously tied to Martin and Clea's story. I've decided to chalk it up to the mystical side of Touch and leave it at that.
I loved how the IOU on the business card ended up meaning so much more than anyone expected. It meant that a piece of Will lives on and that means so much more than what happens to an old building.
Teller's story was what confused me the most. So he found the Amelia sequence when he was diagnosed with a brain aneurism? In a strange Touch quote he described the experience like this...
It was as if I wasn't a body anymore. As if I was one with everything. | permalink
So was Teller delusional due to a neurological event or did it help him see the connections? Who the heck is Amelia and why would he think she's still in the mysterious room #6? And was the director just protecting her facility from a crazy man who snuck in or did she really have something to hide?
One of my biggest problems with the entire premise has been that I've always found it hard to believe that the State would threaten to institutionalize a child who has a loving, involved parent who wants him and has the money to provide help. My impression was that the system's overwhelmed by children who have nobody.
Perhaps I'm wrong or maybe it's just TV and I need to suspend my disbelief and just go with it.
Is Teller dead? Where the heck is Amelia and what does this sequence of numbers mean? Looks like we'll just have to wait and hope that another episode of Touch reveals some answers.
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