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Know your enemy. 

That's the advice given in the title of Absentia Season 3 Episode 3, and Emily is going to have to learn about this new adversary quickly if she wants to save Nick. 

When Kai told Emily that Meridan had sources everywhere, she wasn't kidding. 

Meeting At The Mall - Absentia

Dawkins was ready for Emily's plan at the mall. It was as though he knew what she was up to before he sat down in that chair.

The man he sent to hunt down Kai was huge! When you compared him to Kai, who is quite small, it really drove home her sense of helplessness as she attempted to fight him off. 

I kept hoping that Kai would scream and draw attention to herself, but I'm not sure a crowd of people would have scared the guy off. He may have ended up killing any good samaritans in order to get to Kai.

The moment I realized that Kai was being chased through one of the mall's upper levels, I knew that she was going to get tossed over the railing.

The only surprise was that she was somehow still alive and conscious as she lay bleeding down below, but I fear her chances of survival aren't very good. 

Kai Takes the Fall - Absentia Season 3 Episode 3

Even if Kai manages to survive the fall, I can't imagine that Meridan won't kill her in the hospital, especially considering how easy Dawkins found it to kill Kristophe. 

Does Emily have any way of getting the files that Kai has been hiding? 

Those files lead me to wonder if Meridian sent that big, angry, brute to kill Kai or capture her. Abducting her makes more sense because then they'd likely torture her for the information. 

But with injuries that will likely include multiple broken bones, internal bleeding, and traumatic brain damage, even if Kai lives, will she remember where she hid the information or be able to communicate it to anyone?

None of this would have happened if I hadn’t come to your house. I put your family in danger. Nick’s one of the good guys, that’s why I went to him for help in the first place. Emily, please. Let me fix what I started.

Kai
Kai Tries To Track Nick - Absentia Season 3 Episode 3

Curiously, Kai somehow assessed that Nick was one of the good guys. How? Had they worked together before? She was so sure that being brought into the FBI wasn't safe because Meridian has sources everywhere, but she trusted Nick.

Does that mean Kai knows there's a mole inside the FBI? If she does, why not tell Nick or Emily? 

Kai silence leaves us trying to figure that out for ourselves. 

As Crowne said, Julianne Gunnarson is a bureaucrat. She wasn't about to allow Emily to help on this case. First, she's still on suspension, second, it involves her ex-husband, and third, she was just stabbed! 

I may not trust Gunnarson, but I can't fault her logic. 

Agent Gunnarson Isn't Happy - Absentia Season 3 Episode 3

As for Derek Crown himself, I'd be shocked if he turns out to be a mole for Meridian. I just don't feel that vibe off of him. 

Emily: So, what, you’re Gunnarson’s lapdog now, Derek?
Crowne: No, I jumped through hoops for you, not her, and it cost me everything.
Emily: And what did it cost me? I’m not going in, Derek.

Sending in those other agents to tail Emily was a combination of him doing his job and trying to protect Emily. 

Do I think Derek can be trusted completely? He's loyal to his fellow FBI agents to a point, but he'll protect himself and his career over anyone else in the end.  

And then there's Nick.

Beaten and Bloodied - Absentia Season 3 Episode 3

The beating Nick took was savage, and then they stripped him, duct-taped him, and transporting him in a coffin...

To Europe!

I know Kai had to work fast to track down that video feed, and knowing that Nick is no longer in the country is a help, but not by much.

Having an entire continent to search is daunting. 

Wherever Nick is being held, it seems to specialize in human suffering as even Nick's caretaker/guard had severe burn scars on her face. The woman gave Nick a look that said she might like to help him and take advantage of  being aided by the FBI, but with cameras everywhere, it's unlikely. 

The Prison - Absentia Season 3 Episode 3

I was shocked that Nick made it as far as he did during his attempted escape. He's injured, and in the middle of nowhere, so he's going to need some assistance to get out.

I just hope they don't torture him again because that's not something I want to watch. 

As for Emily, she's not much of a team player. but I don't see how she gets to Nick without help, but will Julianne let her in or lock her up? 

Cal is willing to help, and we know he'll put everyting on the line to help Emily, but what is his connection to Meridian?

Emily trusts Cal and they're good partners. If it turns out even Cal is betraying her, well, I don't even want to think about that. 

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I've got to give a quick shout out to the Boston P.D. officers mentioning the late Detective Tommy Gibbs. 

Like Emily, I miss Tommy. If I could magically bring back one of the many characters who have been killed on this series, Tommy would be it. 

So what do you think of this season's mystery so far, Absentia fans? 

Will Kai live? Will Emily work with the FBI or will she go completely rogue? And will Cal be there to help?

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Episode Info

Nick wakes up completely disoriented and in darkness; Emily still hasn't accepted that Nick is supposed to be dead and signs a deal to save him; only later does she realize that everyone is in danger.

  • Genres:

    Drama, Mystery & Thriller, Crime

  • Network:

    AMZONOV

  • Air Date:

    Jul 17, 2020

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Absentia (TV series)

American thriller drama television series

Absentia is an American thrillerdrama television series that premiered on September 25, 2017, on AXN. Directed by Oded Ruskin, the series stars Stana Katic, Matthew Le Nevez and Patrick Heusinger. On June 19, 2018, the series was renewed for a second season.[1] The second season premiered on March 26, 2019, on AXN,[2] and premiered in the United States on June 14, 2019.[3] On July 2, 2019, the series was renewed for a third season, which premiered on July 17, 2020.[4][5][6] On May 7, 2021, it was announced that the series had concluded with its previously released third season.[7]

Premise[edit]

The series tells the story of FBI special agent Emily Byrne who disappears without a trace while hunting one of Boston's most notorious serial killers, and she is declared dead in absentia. Six years later, she is found in a cabin in the woods, barely alive and with no memory of the years that she was missing. She returns home to learn that her husband has remarried and her son is being raised by the new wife, and she soon finds herself implicated in a new series of murders.[8][9]

Cast and characters[edit]

Main[edit]

  • Stana Katic as Special Agent Emily Byrne,[10][11] a former FBI special agent who disappeared while hunting one of Boston's most notorious serial killers and was presumed dead, but returns six years later with no memory of her abduction. While struggling to rebuild her life and unravel the mystery of her disappearance, she becomes the prime suspect in a string of shocking new murders, and becomes a fugitive.[12] Kalina Zaharieva plays a young Emily.
  • Patrick Heusinger as Special Agent Nick Durand,[13] Emily's husband and fellow FBI special agent who suffers with guilt that he stopped looking for Emily. He attempts to balance his life with Emily's return and his resurfacing feelings for her against his new marriage to Alice. After Emily goes on the run, his belief in her innocence crumbles and, after his family is endangered, relentlessly hunts her down.
  • Cara Theobold as Alice Durand (seasons 1–2; guest season 3), Nick's new wife and Flynn's stepmother. Alice attempts to remain graceful and kind, but her behaviour towards Emily becomes increasingly harsh in the chaos after her return, believing she is a danger to Flynn and she is losing Nick's affection.
  • Neil Jackson as Jack Byrne, Emily's older brother (after she is adopted), a former surgeon who lost his job and medical license due to heavy drinking caused by the trauma of Emily's disappearance. In the first season he is a medical supply salesman. In the second season, after getting his medical license back, he started working as an EMT and a paramedic working towards being reinstated as a medical doctor.
  • Angel Bonanni as Detective Tommy Gibbs (seasons 1–2), an ambitious and relentless Boston Police detective in charge of investigating Emily for murder, who later teams up with Nick to hunt Emily down.
  • Bruno Bichir as Dr. Daniel Vega (season 1), an FBI psychologist and profiler, who works with Emily to heal her psychological wounds and find her abductor.
  • Paul Freeman as Warren Byrne, a retired Boston Police officer and Emily's adopted father.
  • Ralph Ineson as Special Agent Adam Radford (season 1), the political and career-minded special agent in charge of the FBI's Boston field office, and Nick and Emily's boss. While he cares about Emily, he later coordinates a manhunt for her after she goes on the run.
  • Christopher Colquhoun as Special Agent Derek Crown, an FBI special agent and colleague of Emily and Nick, who is later promoted to special agent in charge of the office after Radford's death. He is later demoted and replaced by Julianne Gunnarsen, but is re-promoted to the position near the end of the series after Gunnarsen is arrested for corruption and murder.
  • Patrick McAuley as Flynn Durand, Emily's son with Nick, who has almost no memory of his mother and so is estranged and uncomfortable around her, although they gradually build a relationship.
  • Matthew Le Nevez as Special Agent Cal Isaac (seasons 2–3), an FBI special agent and colleague of Emily and Nick, as well as a rugged former Navy SEAL, who becomes Emily's similarly haunted, loyal and empathetic counterpart.
  • Natasha Little as Special Agent Julianne Gunnarsen (seasons 2–3), a new member of the Boston Field Office who is regarded as the FBI's best profiler, and joins the office after a lethal terrorist attack impacts Boston. She is later promoted to replace Crown as Special Agent in Charge of the office. She is eventually arrested near the end of the series for multiple acts of corruption, including Alice's murder, after her connection to an international crime ring is uncovered.

Recurring[edit]

  • Lydia Leonard as Logan Brandt / Laurie Colson (season 1; guest season 2), a journalist investigating Emily.
  • Richard Brake as Conrad Harlow (season 1), a reclusive wealthy banker and prime suspect in the serial killer case Emily was investigating before her disappearance. While the FBI was never able to make a case against Harlow as the serial killer, he is convicted of Emily's kidnapping and murder and sent to prison. Six years later, Emily's discovery results in his release.
  • Hugh Quarshie as Dr. Semo Oduwale (season 2), Flynn's therapist and Alice's mentor.
  • Geoff Bell as Colin Dawkins (season 3), a fixer working for an international crime syndicate to retrieve incriminating files by any means necessary.
  • Josette Simon as Rowena Kincade (season 3), Emily's former FBI instructor.
  • Ross O'Hennessy as Armstrong (season 3), Cal Isaac's former unit leader in Afghanistan

Episodes[edit]

Season 1 (2017)[edit]

Season 2 (2019)[edit]

Season 3 (2020)[edit]

Production[edit]

Production was completed in Bulgaria on the ten-episode series, with every episode directed by Oded Ruskin.[14][15] The entire first season was shot together, as though it were one long movie.[16]

Release[edit]

The world premiere of Absentia was the opening selection at the 57th Monte Carlo Television Festival in June 2017.[17]Absentia was a featured panel at Sony Pictures Television for the annual TV Market.[18]

In Canada, Absentia was shown on Showcase in early 2018.[19] In the United States, the series was picked up by Amazon and was released on Amazon Video on February 2, 2018. It was released on Amazon Video in the United Kingdom and Australia.[20] The series was released in Sweden, Norway and Denmark on Viaplay December 5, 2017.[21][22][23]

Reception[edit]

On review aggregatorRotten Tomatoes, the first season holds an approval rating of 47% based on 15 reviews, with an average rating of 5.78/10. The website's critical consensus reads, "Absentia sticks too closely to the procedural handbook, leaving its capable lead and mildly intriguing mystery treading water."[24] On Metacritic, it has a weighted average score of 59 out of 100, based on 4 critics, indicating "mixed or average reviews".[25]

References[edit]

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  5. ^Andreeva, Nellie (July 2, 2019). "Stana Katic Series 'Absentia' Nears Season 3 Renewal At Amazon". Deadline Hollywood. Retrieved June 18, 2020.
  6. ^Mitovich, Matt Webb (June 18, 2020). "Stana Katic's Absentia Gets Season 3 Amazon Premiere Date and Trailer". TVLine. Retrieved June 18, 2020.
  7. ^Iannucci, Rebecca (May 7, 2021). "Absentia to End With Season 3 at Amazon — Read Stana Katic's Farewell". TVLine. Retrieved May 8, 2021.
  8. ^Petski, Denise (January 6, 2017). "'Absentia': Stana Katic AXN Thriller Series Adds Five To Cast". Deadline. Retrieved March 3, 2017.
  9. ^"Absentia Season 3 latest updates and Why did Tommy kill himself in absentia?". toplistspedia.com. 11 July 2020. Archived from the original on August 11, 2020.
  10. ^Staff, Hollywood.com (September 24, 2016). "Absentia | TV Series | 2017". Hollywood.com. Retrieved March 3, 2017.
  11. ^"Stana Katic Poised To Star In Thriller Drama Series 'Absentia' For Sony's AXN". Retrieved June 4, 2017.
  12. ^Mitovich, Matt Webb (May 9, 2017). "Stana Katic's FBI Thriller Absentia Gets Big Promo Push — Next, a U.S. Home?". TV Line.
  13. ^"'Absentia': Stana Katic AXN Thriller Series Adds Five To Cast". Retrieved June 4, 2017.
  14. ^"Instagram post by Stana Katic • Mar 2, 2017 at 6:28am UTC". Instagram. Retrieved March 3, 2017.
  15. ^Andreeva, Nellie (October 26, 2017). "Stana Katic Poised To Star In Thriller Drama Series 'Absentia' For Sony's AXN". Deadline. Retrieved November 16, 2017.
  16. ^"Strong Emotions and Shocking Scenes in the First Episode of Absentia". Stana Katic Central. Retrieved December 12, 2018.
  17. ^Vivarelli, Nick (May 9, 2017). "Monte Carlo TV Fest to Open With Sony's 'Absentia'". Variety. Retrieved May 9, 2017.
  18. ^Berkshire, Geoff (May 23, 2017). "L.A. Screenings: What Seven Major Studios Have on Tap". Variety. Retrieved May 23, 2017.
  19. ^"Stana Katic series Absentia to air on Showcase in Canada". Retrieved December 8, 2014.
  20. ^Andreeva, Nellie (November 15, 2017). "Stana Katic's Thriller Drama Series 'Absentia' Picked Up By Amazon". Deadline. Retrieved November 16, 2017.
  21. ^"Thrillerserien Absentia kommer på Viaplay - Serienytt". 6 November 2017.
  22. ^""Absentia" med Stana Katic på Viaplay - då är det premiär". bloggar.expressen.se.
  23. ^"Absentia - ny thrillerserie på Viaplay - Se det på Viaplay". Archived from the original on 2019-04-26. Retrieved 2018-02-21.
  24. ^"Absentia: Season 1 (2017)". Rotten Tomatoes. Fandango Media. Retrieved July 5, 2019.
  25. ^"Absentia: Season 1". Metacritic. CBS. Retrieved May 8, 2019.

External links[edit]

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Absentia season 3, episode 3 recap – what happened in “Nosce Inimicum”? Welcome Dawkins.

Summary

Episode 3 is thrilling, expanding the story and raising the stakes even higher for Emily and her family.

This recap of Amazon original series Absentia season 3, episode 3, “Nosce Inimicum” contains spoilers.

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How does Absentia season 3, episode 3, “Nosce Inimicum” open?

Nick has been beaten to a pulp and he’s being transported somewhere — he’s trapped in a coffin. Meanwhile, Flynn is worried about her father — Emily tells him that he only needs to believe updates from her and not what he sees on the news. Emily promises that he will find him. This is a significant promise to make, especially when she knows the seriousness of the situation and it could have repercussions later.

Emily cannot be involved

Julianne offers Emily support and explains that the FBI is working around the clock to find Nick. She suggests Nick could be dead but Emily insists the explosion was a diversion — she wants to help but Julianne tells her she cannot be involved with the investigation. It’s hilarious how Julianne expects Emily not to get involved — it never works. Also, this scene was rather tense between both women — they hate each other.

The bright rooms

Nick wakes up in a brightly lit and modernistic looking room in what looks like a strange-looking facility. There appear to be many rooms of the same kind when the camera pans to the CCTV. Cal tells Emily that he can keep her in the loop. He tells her that Kristoff would rather go to prison than cooperate with them — he’s scared. Meanwhile, Dawkins is watching them both. This is evidently a villain with no limits.

Giving Kristoff the deal

Emily visits Kristoff in the hospital and asks him to speak to Dawkins and offer a deal: the encrypted files in return for Nick. Kristoff explains that Dawkins will know who she is by now. Back to Nick; he’s given food by a woman in a white lab coat. The woman noticeably has scars down the left side of her face. She checks Nick’s temperature and pulse. Nick tells her that if she helps him, the FBI will reward her.

Dawkins infiltrates the hospital

Dawkins pretends to be hospital staff and takes Kristoff in a room. Kristoff updates him about Emily and then Dawkins strangles him to death while offering his sincere gratitude. Dawkins is chillingly sinister. The FBI receives an update and they want every agency to have a photo of Dawkins. Julianne is then shown CCTV footage of Emily in the hospital and asks Crown to bring her in.

Let me fix what I started

At the halfway point of Absentia season 3, episode 3, “Nosce Inimicum”, Emily tells Kai that she wants the files so she can free Nick. Kai is worried about her own life so doesn’t want to go in and speak to the FBI. Emily explains that Dawkins has Nick and she offered the files for Nick’s life. Kai is adamant that she can help by tagging Dawkins’ phone — “Let me fix what I started”. Suddenly, they hear a noise from the basement. When Emily gets upstairs, Agent Crown is there and wants to know what she has found. Emily states she walked away empty-handed and calls Crown “Julianne’s lapdog”. Emily refuses to go into the FBI offices so she needs to get information for Crown.

Crown begs for something off Emily so he doesn’t have to bring her in. Emily asks for 3 hours and that she will bring him back “something”.

The three hours begin

Kai jumps into Emily’s phone and insists she can help. Emily is annoyed but tells her to stay out of sight. Emily then rings Cal and asks for help. Meanwhile, Emily has eyes on Dawkins. Dawkins asks Emily to sit down in a public place and he asks where Kai is. Emily wants the files for Nick’s life but wants proof of life first. Meanwhile, Kai is hacking Dawkins’ phone. Dawkins shows evidence that Nick is alive — live CCTV footage.

Nick’s whereabouts

Nick escapes his room and then Emily shows Dawkins footage of a Prime Minister with two women taking part in sexual activities. Dawkins explains that these files are in the wrong hands and could be weaponised. Kai learns that Nick is not in the USA — he’s in Europe. It’s funny when Kai says Nick is in Europe — it’s a big continent — what country!? Got to love American naivety.

How does Absentia season 3, episode 3, “Nosce Inimicum” end?

Dawkins makes Emily aware that he knows Kai is nearby — “It’s either me or your new friend”. Emily runs to try and save Kai who is now in danger. Kai is thrown to the floor by a man. Cal chases after Dawkins. As the FBI reach Kai and shoot the man hurting her, she’s thrown off a high floor of the shopping mall. Cal also loses Dawkins. Emily reaches Kai who is in shock and she reassures her that everything is going to be okay. Episode 3 is thrilling, expanding the story and raising the stakes even higher for Emily and her family.


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Season 3 3 absentia episode

  1. Tabula Rasa

    Emily is serving out the final days of her FBI suspension while struggling to come to terms with the consequences of her actions from the last two seasons. Hyper-vigilant and distrusting of others, Emily sees threats everywhere and takes a closer look at everyone.

    Emily is serving out the final days of her FBI suspension while struggling to come to terms with the consequences of her actions from the last two seasons. Hyper-vigilant and distrusting of others, Emily sees threats everywhere and takes a closer look at everyone.

  2. Capta Est

    Following the deadly events, Emily must race against time to find and save Nick, with the help of his mysterious informant, Kai. Upon tracking his location, Emily realizes there is a more complex conspiracy afoot and is left to grapple with the possibility that Nick has been killed.

    Following the deadly events, Emily must race against time to find and save Nick, with the help of his mysterious informant, Kai. Upon tracking his location, Emily realizes there is a more complex conspiracy afoot and is left to grapple with the possibility that Nick has been killed.

  3. Nosce Inimicum

    Disoriented and drugged into a paralytic state, Nick wakes up in a dark and confined location. Meanwhile, without a body as proof, Emily refuses to accept that Nick is dead and makes a deal to get him back, only to find that Dawkins has laid a trap and everyone is in danger.

    Disoriented and drugged into a paralytic state, Nick wakes up in a dark and confined location. Meanwhile, without a body as proof, Emily refuses to accept that Nick is dead and makes a deal to get him back, only to find that Dawkins has laid a trap and everyone is in danger.

  4. Alea Iacta Est

    Emily’s demand for the FBI to go after Nick is met with resistance, which leads her to set in motion a risky plan that puts her face-to-face with the one man who can lead her to Nick. Meanwhile somewhere in Europe, Nick is being drugged and psychologically tortured, revealing his buried guilt and his insecurities as an FBI agent, a husband, and as a father.

    Emily’s demand for the FBI to go after Nick is met with resistance, which leads her to set in motion a risky plan that puts her face-to-face with the one man who can lead her to Nick. Meanwhile somewhere in Europe, Nick is being drugged and psychologically tortured, revealing his buried guilt and his insecurities as an FBI agent, a husband, and as a father.

  5. Quid Pro Quo

    Emily complies with Dawkins requests in order to be taken to Nick, and orchestrates a clever ruse along the way. Meanwhile, as Nick’s guilt and paranoia threaten to overwhelm him, he finally puts a rest to the personal demons that have haunted him.

    Emily complies with Dawkins requests in order to be taken to Nick, and orchestrates a clever ruse along the way. Meanwhile, as Nick’s guilt and paranoia threaten to overwhelm him, he finally puts a rest to the personal demons that have haunted him.

  6. In Quo Ego Vado Vos

    Nick continues to be tortured but finds an opportunity to try to escape from his captors. Cal and Emily head off to rescue Nick and become closer along the way. When they reach the mysterious location, they find evidence that links to Nick’s case back in Boston, but there’s no sign of Nick.

    Nick continues to be tortured but finds an opportunity to try to escape from his captors. Cal and Emily head off to rescue Nick and become closer along the way. When they reach the mysterious location, they find evidence that links to Nick’s case back in Boston, but there’s no sign of Nick.

  7. Liberavit

    Emily makes a final attempt to trade the stolen files for Nick and demands proof that he is alive, but Nick has escaped from his captors in a thrilling chase. Nick makes contact with the FBI, and Emily makes a bold decision after confronting Cal about his possible ties to Meridian.

    Emily makes a final attempt to trade the stolen files for Nick and demands proof that he is alive, but Nick has escaped from his captors in a thrilling chase. Nick makes contact with the FBI, and Emily makes a bold decision after confronting Cal about his possible ties to Meridian.

  8. Veritas Aequitas

    Emily rescues Nick and together they devise a plan to infiltrate the refugee camp, and Cal poses as a Meridian guard in hopes of finding Armstrong and bringing him to justice. Meanwhile, Crown and Gunnarsen narrow in on Meridian’s mole and an unexpected visitor arrives at the farm.

    Emily rescues Nick and together they devise a plan to infiltrate the refugee camp, and Cal poses as a Meridian guard in hopes of finding Armstrong and bringing him to justice. Meanwhile, Crown and Gunnarsen narrow in on Meridian’s mole and an unexpected visitor arrives at the farm.

  9. Tenebris

    Nick works to free the refugees and Cal finally confronts Armstrong. When Gunnarsen and Crown go to arrest Deputy Director Webb, they discover something deadly. Meanwhile, Emily tries to get to the bottom of Elliot’s operation and goes to extreme lengths to protect her family.

    Nick works to free the refugees and Cal finally confronts Armstrong. When Gunnarsen and Crown go to arrest Deputy Director Webb, they discover something deadly. Meanwhile, Emily tries to get to the bottom of Elliot’s operation and goes to extreme lengths to protect her family.

  10. Iterum Nata

    Emily and Nick are finally reunited with Flynn back in Boston, but the threat of Elliot’s bioweapon still looms large. Emily resorts to drastic measures and make a dangerous choice to ensure her family’s safety.

    Emily and Nick are finally reunited with Flynn back in Boston, but the threat of Elliot’s bioweapon still looms large. Emily resorts to drastic measures and make a dangerous choice to ensure her family’s safety.

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There’s barely time for mutual recriminations over Natalie’s body as You Season 3 Episode 2 opens — Joe didn’t cheat! Love found the box! “You signed a lease for our crime scene?!” — before they just have to get rid of the body. Joe immediately knows the body needs to be found, if it ever is, far away from Natalie’s GPS-enabled devices and car; they’ll bury her in the state forest. Love snits that burial wasn’t such a good idea in Candace’s case, which reminds Joe to ask: what did Love do with Candace’s body, or Delilah’s? It’s safer if he doesn’t know, she replies. When talk turns to Joe’s having used the Anavrin meat grinder on Jasper’s body in Season 2, Love decides she can’t handle it and takes off with the baby, leaving Joe to clean up. He texts Matthew from Natalie’s phone that she’s going to look at a property out of town, bags her up (bitching about the poor construction of trash bags, which: relatable!), sticks her in her own car’s trunk, puts on the hat and coat she left in the front seat in case of traffic cameras, leaves the car at a rest area, and inters her. Some of his romantic feeling toward Natalie dissipates when he goes to send “her” last text — that “marriage is a trap” — to her sister Lisa, and sees that Natalie had previously asked Lisa to convince her not to sleep with “the boring neighbor,” but anyway: she’s in the ground now, so, problem solved!

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Nick has been beaten badly, has his mouth and hands duct-taped, and is trapped in a coffin being transported somewhere.

 

When he wakes up again, Nick is still naked and in a room with bright, white lights. He’s injured, in pain, and can barely get himself to the door to look out the tiny window. There are several other cells, just like his. In another room, someone is watching all of the prisoners on video. 

 

Emily tries to assure Flynn that everything will be okay, and she won’t stop until she finds Nick. 

 

Cal agrees to help Emily and tells her that Kristophe is at Boston General Hospital. Emily heads there. She orders Kristophe to get in touch with Dawkins and tell him she has Kai and the files she stole. She wants to trade them for Nick today. 

 

Dawkins sneaks into the hospital, posing as an orderly, gets Kristophe’s message from Emily, and then strangles Kristophe, leaving his dead body in the hospital. 

 

Emily is hiding Kai in her basement. Kai won’t hand over the files, but she goes with Emily to try and tag Dawkins phone. 

 

When Gunnarson sees a video showing that Emily was at the hospital before Kristophe was killed, she wants her brought in. Crown finds Emily, but she asks him for three hours, and then she’ll have more on Dawkins. He agrees, but then has another pair of FBI agents following Emily. 

 

Emily meets with Dawkins at a mall food court. Kai is nearby with her computer. Kai says the live video feed of Nick that Dawkins has is coming from Europe. 

 

One of Dawkins goons finds Kai. He throws her off of the mall balcony before Emily can get to her. Kai is still alive but severely injured. Emily stays with her while they wait for the ambulance. 

 

Cal goes after Dawkins but loses him in a shootout in the parking lot. 

 

Nick tries to escape, but when he gets outside, guards capture him. The complex is in the middle of nowhere. 

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Absentia
Season:
Absentia Season 3
Episode Number:
3
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