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[[WMG: Gary is a [[OneOfUs Troper]].]]

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[[WMG: Gary is a [[OneOfUs [[JustForFun/OneOfUs Troper]].]]


The final members of Red Flag will appear, including special guest star [[{{SpartacusBloodandSand}} Peter Mensah]] who will play a man who can amp up an Alpha's power. Working in conjunction with Creator/SummerGlau - whose power is to temporarily mimic another Alpha's ability - they will combine their powers to super charge an EMP emitting Alpha. This Alpha will unleash an EMP knocking [[Series/DarkAngel the USA into third world status.]] At the same time his mole Clay "liberates" all the resentful, powerful Alphas in Binghamton. End result, a country on the edge of anarchy with a lot of hostile norms targeting any and all Alphas as targets.

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The final members of Red Flag will appear, including special guest star [[{{SpartacusBloodandSand}} [[Series/SpartacusBloodAndSand Peter Mensah]] who will play a man who can amp up an Alpha's power. Working in conjunction with Creator/SummerGlau - whose power is to temporarily mimic another Alpha's ability - they will combine their powers to super charge an EMP emitting Alpha. This Alpha will unleash an EMP knocking [[Series/DarkAngel the USA into third world status.]] At the same time his mole Clay "liberates" all the resentful, powerful Alphas in Binghamton. End result, a country on the edge of anarchy with a lot of hostile norms targeting any and all Alphas as targets.


The final members of Red Flag will appear, including special guest star [[{{SpartacusBloodandSand}} Peter Mensah]] who will play a man who can amp up an Alpha's power. Working in conjunction with SummerGlau - whose power is to temporarily mimic another Alpha's ability - they will combine their powers to super charge an EMP emitting Alpha. This Alpha will unleash an EMP knocking [[{{DarkAngel}} the USA into third world status.]] At the same time his mole Clay "liberates" all the resentful, powerful Alphas in Binghamton. End result, a country on the edge of anarchy with a lot of hostile norms targeting any and all Alphas as targets.

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The final members of Red Flag will appear, including special guest star [[{{SpartacusBloodandSand}} Peter Mensah]] who will play a man who can amp up an Alpha's power. Working in conjunction with SummerGlau Creator/SummerGlau - whose power is to temporarily mimic another Alpha's ability - they will combine their powers to super charge an EMP emitting Alpha. This Alpha will unleash an EMP knocking [[{{DarkAngel}} [[Series/DarkAngel the USA into third world status.]] At the same time his mole Clay "liberates" all the resentful, powerful Alphas in Binghamton. End result, a country on the edge of anarchy with a lot of hostile norms targeting any and all Alphas as targets.


* Only if she becomes a main character. A show's likelihood of getting canceled is directly proportional to how much {{SummerGlau}} is featured.

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* Only if she becomes a main character. A show's likelihood of getting canceled is directly proportional to how much {{SummerGlau}} Creator/SummerGlau is featured.


* No its [[JeffDunham Jefafa Dun Ham]]

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* No its [[JeffDunham [[Creator/JeffDunham Jefafa Dun Ham]]


[[WMG: The first alphas came from {{Haven}}]]

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[[WMG: The first alphas came from {{Haven}}]]Series/{{Haven}}]]

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[[WMG: Skylar is a Terminator.]]
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[[WMG: Its all [[{{Eureka}} Kevin's fault]].]]

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[[WMG: Its all [[{{Eureka}} [[{{Series/Eureka}} Kevin's fault]].]]


[[WMG: Many of RumikoTakahashi's characters are Alphas]]
Superhumans with exaggerated character flaws? OlderThanTheyThink. The one that gives the game away is ''[[RanmaOneHalf Ranma Saotome]]'': super-talented martial artist whose abilities stem solely from ''{{Pride}}'' - hit him with something he [[DidntSeeThatComing can't see coming]] and he is ''down'' like a ton of bricks. Give him time to regain his center and he's better than ever. He's Hicks with a better support network and '''[[BelligerentSexualTension engaged to Bill's equivalent]]''' - '''''Akane Tendo''''', a short-tempered {{Tsundere}} who gets SuperStrength whenever she's pissed off. (BTW, would a JerkWithAHeartOfGold be the SpearCounterpart of a Tsundere? A better definition of Bill there is not.)

[[WMG: Some Alphas are also [[ComicBook/{{X-Men}} mutants]].]]

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[[WMG: Many of RumikoTakahashi's Creator/RumikoTakahashi's characters are Alphas]]
Superhumans with exaggerated character flaws? OlderThanTheyThink. The one that gives the game away is ''[[RanmaOneHalf ''[[Manga/RanmaOneHalf Ranma Saotome]]'': super-talented martial artist whose abilities stem solely from ''{{Pride}}'' - hit him with something he [[DidntSeeThatComing can't see coming]] and he is ''down'' like a ton of bricks. Give him time to regain his center and he's better than ever. He's Hicks with a better support network and '''[[BelligerentSexualTension engaged to Bill's equivalent]]''' - '''''Akane Tendo''''', a short-tempered {{Tsundere}} who gets SuperStrength whenever she's pissed off. (BTW, would a JerkWithAHeartOfGold be the SpearCounterpart of a Tsundere? A better definition of Bill there is not.)

[[WMG: Some Alphas are also [[ComicBook/{{X-Men}} [[ComicBook/XMen mutants]].]]


** [[spoiler: She may have still been on her way. The meeting she was killed at was said to have consisted of Alphas wanting to "come out" to the public and, even suggested, they wanted to avoid violence, which Red Flad didn't want. Gary says at one point that he can get people to change their minds and had been in frequent communication with Anna. Perhaps she had already started on her {{HeeFaceTurn}} when she was killed.]]

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** [[spoiler: She may have still been on her way. The meeting she was killed at was said to have consisted of Alphas wanting to "come out" to the public and, even suggested, they wanted to avoid violence, which Red Flad didn't want. Gary says at one point that he can get people to change their minds and had been in frequent communication with Anna. Perhaps she had already started on her {{HeeFaceTurn}} HeelFaceTurn when she was killed.]]



[[WMG: Skylar is an ancestor of [[{{Firefly}} the Tams.]] ]]

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[[WMG: Skylar is an ancestor of [[{{Firefly}} [[Series/{{Firefly}} the Tams.]] ]]


Her Alpha power is more like Anna's than Nina's. She can't speak coherently, and the sounds she can make don't so much influence people as they drive anyone who hears them into murderous and/or suicidal insanity. That's why we've only ever seen her whisper. If she were to speak openly, everyone in earshot would go nuts.

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Her Alpha power is more like Anna's than Nina's. She can't speak coherently, and the sounds she can make don't so much influence people as they [[BrownNote drive anyone who hears them them]] into murderous and/or suicidal insanity. That's why we've only ever seen her whisper. If she were to speak openly, everyone in earshot would go nuts.
* Or she doesn't have a CompellingVoice, but her alpha ability is knowing exactly what to say to any specific person that will make them kill themselves. Either this or the BrownNote theory is hinted at when she uses her ability on [[spoiler:Cameron]], and [[spoiler:Nina doesn't just tell him not to kill himself but specifically orders him to forget what Kimi said to him.]]


[[WMG: Some Alphas are also [[XMen mutants]].]]

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[[WMG: Some Alphas are also [[XMen [[ComicBook/{{X-Men}} mutants]].]]


* Assuming Kimi is the one putting "blocks" in people's heads and knowing what she does, is it any way possible that Nina wasn't actually responsible for her father's suicide and that Nina was given a block from Kimi to forget what she looked like? Perhaps the name Kimi Milard is also a new identity.

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* Assuming Kimi is the one putting "blocks" in people's heads and knowing what she does, is it any way possible that Nina wasn't actually responsible for her father's suicide and that Nina was given a block from Kimi to forget what she looked like? Perhaps This will also mean the name Kimi Milard is also a new identity.


In Cause and Effect, Nina mentioned she hasn't spoken to her mother, father and ''sister'' in years. However, in When Push Comes to Shove, we get scenes of Nina's back-story involving her parents but no one resembling a sister is seen. Assuming Kimi is the one putting "blocks" in people's heads and knowing what she does, is it any way possible that Nina wasn't actually responsible for her father's suicide and that Nina was given a block from Kimi to forget what she looked like? Perhaps the name Kimi Milard is also a new identity.

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In Cause and Effect, Nina mentioned she hasn't spoken to her mother, father and ''sister'' in years. However, in When Push Comes to Shove, we get scenes of Nina's back-story involving her parents but and no one resembling a sister is seen. Plot hole or foreshadowing?
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Assuming Kimi is the one putting "blocks" in people's heads and knowing what she does, is it any way possible that Nina wasn't actually responsible for her father's suicide and that Nina was given a block from Kimi to forget what she looked like? Perhaps the name Kimi Milard is also a new identity.

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[[WMG: Kimi Milard is Nina Theroux's long lost sister.]]
In Cause and Effect, Nina mentioned she hasn't spoken to her mother, father and ''sister'' in years. However, in When Push Comes to Shove, we get scenes of Nina's back-story involving her parents but no one resembling a sister is seen. Assuming Kimi is the one putting "blocks" in people's heads and knowing what she does, is it any way possible that Nina wasn't actually responsible for her father's suicide and that Nina was given a block from Kimi to forget what she looked like? Perhaps the name Kimi Milard is also a new identity.

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