[S4E7] Sudden Death
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Blimey. Poldark always has a habit of upping the ante just before the finale and in the showstopping penultimate episode we got a very explicit Ross/Demelza sex scene, a duel, a sudden paternity-related crack in the George/Elizabeth marriage and a showdown between Morwenna and Drake.
Personally, it would have been nice to see a big four-way brawl at the end. With lots of casualties on all four sides of the conflict, the emerging candidates could then have stepped forward and took part in their game. With deaths piling up around them, that could have then been used as ammunition to spur the group on.
Sofia admits she was in jail for 54 months. She reveals she had it coming and accepted whatever prison sentence they wanted to give her without complaining because she was in fact guilty of negligence in the death of her young daughter.
Sun is going through the medical supplies, to find her pre-natal vitamins, when Juliet arrives suddenly. She confronts Sun about why she would need a new bottle, unless she is going on a trip. Juliet reminds Sun that pregnant women die on the Island and Sun needs to escape, but Sun doesn't trust Juliet and takes the pills anyway, still determined to go to Locke's group.
Shortly after K'mpec's death, the new challengers arrive. One is Gowron, an a political outsider no one knows much about. The other is Duras, the same man whose political influence forced Worf's father to take the fall for the Khitomer Massacre in place of his own.
Worf rushes over to Duras's ship. Despite his low standing, his right to avenge the death of his mate takes precedence, and no one on the crew lifts a finger to stop him from challenging Duras to a Duel to the Death. Duras accepts his challenge, and a mighty bat'leth-on-sword fight ensues. The fight ends with Riker arriving just in time to see Duras Impaled with Extreme Prejudice.
Paris thanks him and leaves. He goes to a corridor console, calls up a plan of the ship, makes sure nobody is around, and initiates a site-to-site transport. He materializes in engineering, there to meet Torres. They kiss but, as they do so, a strange effect is seen: they are anatomically scanned, right down to their skeletons. Torres suddenly gets the feeling that they are being watched but dismisses it and the pair continue kissing each other.
Captain Janeway, Paris, Kim and Seven of Nine are in sickbay, around Torres' biobed. The Doctor is absent and sickbay is now full of patients. Paris reports that Torres' lungs suddenly ceased to process oxygen, nearly killing her. Janeway looks disheveled and sleepless as her migraines have increased in intensity. She asks about The Doctor. Kim explains that the computer logs show he was trying to transfer himself to sickbay and he theorizes that something must have gone wrong with the transfer.
After a money-laundering scheme for a Mexican drug cartel goes wrong, financial advisor Marty Byrde proposes to make amends by offering to set up a bigger laundering operation in the Lake of the Ozarks region of central Missouri. Marty suddenly moves his family from the Chicago suburb of Naperville to the remote summer resort community of Osage Beach, Missouri. When the Byrdes arrive in Missouri, they become entangled with local criminals, including the Langmore and Snell families, and later the Kansas City mafia.
Guy welcomes the eight remaining battle-tested chefs to contend with the dreaded randomizer and take on each other in sudden death battles. By the night's end, four chefs will be left standing and need to get ready for battle in the finale.
A documentary film crew follows a teenager with a serious facial disfiguration in order to make a film about his reconstructive surgery. Just before they start operating, Chase talks to the documentary crew about the surgery, but suddenly the patient's heart rate rises, and he starts to defibrillate and is soon in cardiac arrest. They manage to use the defibrillator to revive him, but they can't stabilize