12 Monkeys Season 1 Episode 9 Picture Preview: The Plague Unleashed

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You're in for a treat this week, 12 Monkeys Fanatics!

After learning Cole had been pulled forward in time to 2017, he found himself smack in the middle of the plague. The young Russian girl told him that the outbreak was worldwide, which meant the Army of the 12 Monkeys had unleashed the virus right on schedule.

Meanwhile in 2043, Jones and Colonel Foster failed to see eye to eye. She's out of time and takes drastic measures to bring Cole home.

Syfy released a handful of photos from Friday's installment. Flip through the slideshow below for a look at 12 Monkeys Season 1 Episode 9:

Then, there's the Ramse issue. Having been reunited with Elena and told he has a son, the decision to erase the future has become more difficult. Do you think Cole and Ramse have a falling out? They've been through so much together.

This episode also marks the return of the brilliant, Emily Hampshire. Jennifer's role in the story is more complex than we ever imagined.

Once again, please show your support for the series by joining the 12 Monkeys #TwitterParadox Event Friday on Twitter. We landed in the #2 spot on Nielsen's Daily Top 5 last week. Follow our @12MonkeysTVF Twitter account for more details!

As always, if you need to catch up watch 12 Monkeys online via TV Fanatic. We're heading toward the homestretch, make sure you're up to speed.

Here's a sneak peek from Friday's installment. In the clip, Cole staggers through plague-ridden Chechnya, and spots a familiar face.

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12 Monkeys Season 1 Episode 9 Quotes

Jones: Jonathan, let me show you the machine and then you will see...
Foster: Seeing a machine is not going to make me believe in blasphemy.
Jones: Time has not changed you.
Foster: Go home Kat, consider my offer, but don't ask again for my Core.
Jones: I am not here to ask. I will have your Core. The only thing undecided is, whether you will give it to me or if I must take it.

Foster lied, why? Because it gives his people hope, just as it gave you. So that his obsession to find a cure, his work, can continue.