The Loop (TV)
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Guest Starring Edit
- Jarod Joseph as Nathan Miller
- Luisa d'Oliveira as Emori
- Sachin Sahel as Eric Jackson
- Ivana Milicevic as Charmaine Diyoza
- Jessica Harmon as Niylah
- Lola Flanery as Madi Griffin
- Lee Majdoub as Nelson
- Jason Diaz as Levitt (scenes deleted)
- Alaina Huffman as Nikki
- John Pyper-Ferguson as Bill Cadogan
- Neal McDonough as Anders
- Adam Lolacher as Jeremiah
- Miles Chalmers as Zev
- Stephanie Izsak as Hayden
- Britt Irvin as Alyssa
- Yee Jee Tso as Cameron
- Deni DeLory as Paula
- Michael Benyaer as Zahir
- Dylan Kingwell as Luca
- Chris Bradford as Luca's Father
- Leah Hennessey as Luca's Mother
- Sean Quan as Rex
- AJ Simmons as Female Cipher Tech
- Alan Mak as Male Cipher Tech
- Tina Grant as Stone Conductor
- John Murphy: "You like this. Being the queen of the castle, being worshipped."
- Emori: "Don't be ridiculous. 'Sides, you've worshipped me for years."
- Emori: "Come here. I've got almost all the DNA samples from the Children of Gabriel."
- Eric Jackson: "That's great, but maybe we should talk about why you're doing this instead of doing it."
- Emori: "Ha. Oh, you really are in shrink mode today, aren't you?"
- Eric Jackson: "Your parents left you out to die, Emori, just like the Children of Gabriel."
- Emori: "If I can give these people peace and, yes, heal myself at the same time, how is that a bad thing?"
- John Murphy: "Maybe he can do a better job talking you out of it than I did."
- Emori: (to Murphy) "He can't."
- John Murphy: "Yeah, yeah."
- Emori: (to Jackson) "I'll get you the rest of the DNA. You get me the names of their parents."
- Charmaine Diyoza: "Violence and rage will only destroy your soul. Revenge is a game with no winners. And we've lost too much already."
- Echo: "Do you know why Azgeda warriors scar their own faces?"
- Octavia Blake: "Echo?"
- Echo: "We do it to symbolize that the pain is over, the wound is healed, so that we never forget."
- Octavia Blake: "Sit down. Let me get---"
- Echo: "No. Orlando told us that all they care about is their last war. They want us to fight with them. That's why it's different. We're not prisoners. We're recruits. (pounds on door) We're ready to fight with you!"
- Octavia Blake: "Please. This is crazy."
- Echo: "This is how my people show we're ready to go to war."
- Anders: "I'm glad to hear that. Do the rest of you agree with Echo?"
- Octavia Blake: "Alright. Free us and we'll fight your war."
- Anders: "The last war will free us all, Miss Blake. Training starts tomorrow. We'll make Disciples of you yet."
- Anders: "From the ashes, through the Bridge, the Shepherd will rise."
- Bill Cadogan: "You again."
- Anders: "Anders, my Shepherd."
- Bill Cadogan: "Please, call me Bill."
- Anders: "Bill."
- Bill Cadogan: "If you've woken me this early, I suspect you have news. Have we cracked the code? Has the war begun?"
- Anders: "No, not yet sir. But... we have the key."
Notes and Trivia Edit
- This is the first episode directed by starring cast member Lindsey Morgan.
- Eliza Taylor was originally was going to direct this episode, but after suffering a miscarriage, she was unable to direct.
- This is the fourth episode of the series to be directed by a member of the main cast. The first two were "The Other Side" and "The Warriors Will", both directed by Henry Ian Cusick, and the third was "Ashes to Ashes" directed by Bob Morley.
- The title may refer to a popular chess opening of the same name. It is an aggressive play by white designed to control the middle of the board and put black on the defensive.
- As noted by Sheidheda, Murphy attempts this move during their game but he ultimately fails.
- Orlando is revealed to have committed suicide by hanging. His body is sent to Nakara after Gabriel says a few words over it.
- Its also revealed that the amount of information that Orlando didn't reveal about the Disciples and their religion is enough to surprise Anders when talking with Gabriel.
- Madi reveals that her parents and the Flamekeepers had hidden the fact that she was a Nightblood before the Second Nuclear Apocalypse.
- Bellamy and the Ark reappear in flashbacks to Spacekru's six years in space.
- Bill Cadogan is revealed to be the Shepherd of Disciple mythology and alive, having been kept in a cryopod in the Disciple facility.
- His full name is shown to be William Cadogan which is on the pod along with the Second Dawn's symbol.
- The picture outside of the room holding Cadogan's cryopod has a tower that appears to be the Polis tower pre-Apocalypse.
- At least three months pass on Bardo between the end of "Nakara" and the end of this episode. Gabriel Santiago mentions working with the Disciples on the Anomaly Stone for three months without success.
Body Count Edit
- Zahir (stabbed by Nelson in self-defense)
Behind the Scenes Edit
- Lindsey Morgan mentioned that 12 minutes of footage had to be cut from the episode.
- This would explain why Jason Diaz was credited in the opening credits.
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