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Forever Season 1 Episode 17 Review: Social Engineering

Forever Review: Social Engineering

Forever Season 1 Episode 17 showed us how some high tech killers operate in the 21st century and will Henry's secret be revealed? Read on for the full review!
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Forever is an ABC drama that stars Ioan Gruffudd as an immortal medical examiner. With the help of a cop, we watch as his long life has its layers peeled back.

Forever stars Ioann Gruffudd as immortal, Henry Warden.

Henry has been around for over two hundred years. Ever since someone cursed him on a ship during the slave trade, he can't die. Whenever he attempts to meet his maker, he wakes up in a river, naked.

Henry constantly finds himself having to explain himself due to the awkward situations that he gets himself into. The love of his life, Abigail accepted him for who he is. She is presumed deceased as flashbacks show their relationship begin to flourish during World War II.

Henry's only confidante is Abe, a seventy year old man. Abigail found him as a baby and he has been with Henry ever since. Henry was a father figure to him many years ago, but now, the roles are very much reversed. When Henry is involved in a subway crash, he finds himself involved with Detective Jo Martinez, a beautiful widow who likes him, and recruits him as her medical examiner.

Henry was under the impression he was the sole person that was immortal. That was until he begun being stalked by a two thousand plus years man who says he has all the time in the world to reveal the truth to Henry.

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Henry. You can learn a lot from a body. How a life was lived. What was their pain. Suffering Life experiences. Even i they were loved. But what a body can't tell you is why and for those left behind that seems to be the only question that matters,

My name is Henry Morgan. My story is a long one. It might sound a bit implausible. Infact, you probably won't belive it but i'll tell you anyway because beyond all else I have lots, lots of time.