BWW Recap: The TIMELESS Team Flies Sky High into the Roaring 20s

BWW Recap: The TIMELESS Team Flies Sky High into the Roaring 20s

It only took thirteen episodes, but things are finally starting to take shape on TIMELESS. Earlier in the season, we learned that Lucy's biological father was in fact a high-ranking member of Rittenhouse - the organization she's been fighting against all this time. However, last week she finally confronted him about it, much to his relief, and Lucy's confusion. Talk about a conflict of interests.

To make matters worse, Wyatt realizes that, despite successfully changing history and stopping the man that he was led to believe was his wife's killer from being born, his wife is still dead, and there's nothing he can do to change that.

Even though Lucy and Wyatt are grappling with these life-changing realizations, the show must go on: Flynn disappears to 1927 France, and the gang must follow. Wyatt, Lucy, and Rufus team up with the one and only Ernest Hemingway to ensure that history remains unchanged.

Join me right here at 10 PM EST tonight as I live recap the latest episode of TIMELESS!


10:02: Cute that Lucy's dad thinks she's going to "come around." She's been fighting this group for ages now, sir - she's not going to accept this like it's no big deal.

10:07: Dave? A new guy? Interesting.

10:10: Flynn's targeting the Spirit of St. Louis now. Why go after Lindbergh?

10:16: Ernest Hemingway is officially the coolest person they've featured on this show. Knowing all the hot spots in 1920s Paris? He wins.

Also, calling Josephine Baker the 1920s Beyonce is spot. On.

10:20: The NSA has taken over and Agent Christopher is rightfully annoyed that nobody told her.

10:23: Wyatt warns Agent Christopher that the NSA (or whoever they are) aren't taking over in the way she thinks: they're staging a coup.


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Courtney Henley Courtney is a film, TV, and theatre buff who received her BA in Film Studies & Production from Hofstra University in hopes of putting her knowledge to good use. While studying, she produced a festival-winning short film and wrote and directed a number of other shorts. She can quote a ridiculous number of movies and plays and is currently writing her first feature-length film, which she hopes will one day be quoted by others.
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