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* In "Iqiniso", Armand Smit calls South Africa a "godforsaken place" and says that he left it to protect his family. At first, it sounds like he is talking about [[UsefulNotes/TheApartheidEra Apartheid South Africa]], but after [[AmoralAfrikaner his secret]] is exposed, you realize that it is ''democratic'' South Africa what he doesn't like. And where did he go to escape that place? [[DeepSouth Georgia.]]

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* In "Iqiniso", Armand Smit calls South Africa a "godforsaken place" and says that he left it to protect his family. At first, it sounds like he is talking about [[UsefulNotes/TheApartheidEra Apartheid South Africa]], but after [[AmoralAfrikaner his secret]] is exposed, you realize that it is ''democratic'' South Africa what he doesn't like. And where did he go to escape that place? [[DeepSouth Georgia.]]]]
** Which would make any modern Georgian go, "Dude, what the hell?"


* In "Harvested", the scene before the title credits seems, on first viewing, to be the [=UnSub=] stitching up a second victim after stealing a kidney from it. On second viewing, you know that he is actually [[spoiler:stitching his father's corpse after putting the victim's kidney in it.]]
* SpaceWhaleAesop aside, the second episode also has a "friends who pressure you into taking drugs are not really your friends" aesop. When the IRT finds the victim's missing friend, it turns out that he left the victim alone to be with a girl and did not care about him at any point after that.

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* In "Harvested", the scene before the title credits seems, on first viewing, to be the [=UnSub=] stitching up a second victim after stealing a kidney from it. [[RewatchBonus On second viewing, viewing]], you know that he is actually [[spoiler:stitching stitching his father's corpse after putting the victim's kidney in it.]]
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* SpaceWhaleAesop aside, the second this episode also has a "friends who pressure you into taking drugs are not really your friends" aesop. When the IRT finds the victim's missing friend, it turns out that he left the victim alone to be with a girl and did not care about him at any point after that.that.
* In "Iqiniso", Armand Smit calls South Africa a "godforsaken place" and says that he left it to protect his family. At first, it sounds like he is talking about [[UsefulNotes/TheApartheidEra Apartheid South Africa]], but after [[AmoralAfrikaner his secret]] is exposed, you realize that it is ''democratic'' South Africa what he doesn't like. And where did he go to escape that place? [[DeepSouth Georgia.]]


* SpaceWhaleAesop aside, the first episode also has a "friends who pressure you into taking drugs are not really your friends" aesop. When the IRT finds the victim's missing friend, it turns out that he left the victim alone to be with a girl and did not care about him at any point after that.

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* SpaceWhaleAesop aside, the first second episode also has a "friends who pressure you into taking drugs are not really your friends" aesop. When the IRT finds the victim's missing friend, it turns out that he left the victim alone to be with a girl and did not care about him at any point after that.


* In "Harvested", the scene before the title credits seems, in first viewing, to be the [=UnSub=] stitching up a second victim after stealing a kidney from it. In second viewing, you know that he is actually [[spoiler:stitching his father's corpse after putting the victim's kidney in it.]]

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* In "Harvested", the scene before the title credits seems, in on first viewing, to be the [=UnSub=] stitching up a second victim after stealing a kidney from it. In On second viewing, you know that he is actually [[spoiler:stitching his father's corpse after putting the victim's kidney in it.]]]]
* SpaceWhaleAesop aside, the first episode also has a "friends who pressure you into taking drugs are not really your friends" aesop. When the IRT finds the victim's missing friend, it turns out that he left the victim alone to be with a girl and did not care about him at any point after that.

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* In "Harvested", the scene before the title credits seems, in first viewing, to be the [=UnSub=] stitching up a second victim after stealing a kidney from it. In second viewing, you know that he is actually [[spoiler:stitching his father's corpse after putting the victim's kidney in it.]]

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