VOTE | 252 fans

#203 : Un ciel de sang

Résumé: Lorsque les rapports tendus sous le dôme continuent de grimper en même temps que les ressources diminuent, Big Jim tient un recensement afin de prédire combien de temps la ville peut vivre dans ces conditions. Entre temps, une pluie torrentielle apporte l'eau, plus que nécessaire jusqu'a que cette pluie devienne de l'acide, menaçant les habitants pendant que Rebecca et Lyle essayent de découvrir pourquoi le dôme c'est installé à Chester's Mill.


4 - 3 votes

Titre VO
Force Majeure

Titre VF
Un ciel de sang

Première diffusion

Première diffusion en France






Logo de la chaîne M6

France (inédit)
Lundi 27.10.2014 à 22:30
3.10m / 20.2% (Part)

Logo de la chaîne CBS

Etats-Unis (inédit)
Lundi 14.07.2014 à 22:00
7.64m / 1.9% (18-49)

Plus de détails

Scénario : Adam Stein
Réalisation : Peter Leto

Guest stars

  • Dwight Yoakam : Lyle
  • Erika Hayes : Anchor

The girl is searching in Barbie’s clothes.

Girl: I was just... Looking.

Barbie: For what?

Girl: Reminders. I feel like I know you from somewhere. Your license says you're from Zenith. You're not from here?

Barbie: Where are you from?

Girl: I don't know.

Julia: You interrogating her?

The girl leaves the bedroom.

Barbie: No, I'm... I'm just trying to figure out who she is, okay? We don't even know her name.

Julia: Try to patient with her.

Barbie: I'm sorry, I'm not buying this whole little baby bird act.

Julia: It's not an act.

Barbie: Are you sure about that? 'Cause I just came in here and found her going through my stuff. I-I just want you to be more careful about bringing strays into our house.

Julia: Well, let's not forget the last stray that I brought in was you.

Barbie: Gonna head down to the diner.

Julia: Jim's mandatory citizen registration?

Barbie leaves.

Girl: Can I come with you?

Julia: Of course you can.

Girl: Do you think someone will recognize me?

Julia: We'll figure it out, sweetie.

At Lyle’s shop.

Big Jim: What's that scent?

Lyle: It's a dram of cassia oil. It's nice, huh?

Big Jim: Yeah. Could you make a cologne?

Lyle: For you? Yeah. What do you have, a big date?

Big Jim: It's been nine years since, uh...

Lyle: Pauline passed.

Big Jim: Yeah.

Lyle: Yeah, I still think about her every day.

Big Jim: Want you to know I was, uh, grateful for your support during that time. It couldn't have been easy, given your history with her.

Lyle: The better man won that battle, Jim. Who's this lucky lady?

Big Jim: Rebecca Pine. She's a science teacher at the high school. Been working together. I'll just say there's, uh, something interesting about her.

Lyle: If you want, I could whip up a fragrance for you, Jim, that'd... Get your pheromones kicking.

Big Jim: Appreciate that, Lyle. None of that, uh, cassia oil, though. Comes off a bit effeminate. What are you smiling about?

Lyle: I don't know. Just something about the day. Seems auspicious.

Big Jim: Expect you later at the Sweetbriar for the registration?

Lyle: Yeah. Yeah, see you down there.

At the Sweetbriar.

Big Jim: Answer every question to the best of your knowledge. This survey will provide us with the proper information to get everyone the resources they need.

Julia and the girl enters.

Girl: Should I look around?

Julia: Yes. Uh, I'll be right here.


Joe: Has that girl remembered anything about Angie yet?

Julia: Don't worry. We're gonna find the person who killed her.

Joe: Also, there were four hands a couple days ago. Now, with my sister gone, there's only three.

Norrie: Would the dome let her die?

Joe: What if we were wrong? And the dome isn't here to protect us?

Julia: I don't know.

Joe: If you don't know, who will?


Lyle: I've got... I noticed you didn't have one of these.

Julia: Thank you.

Lyle: I'm just helping out.


Rebecca: Joe? Hi. I need a favour. Can you open up the project room at the school and make sure it's prepped? Remember that windmill project we did on alternative energy?

Joe: Yeah I still have the specs on my tablet.

Rebecca: Great. Bring it. We're gonna be replicating the concept on a much larger scale to generate electricity for the town.

Joe: Cool.

Rebecca: You can take your friend.

Norrie: I don't go to school here.

Rebecca: Well, everyone between 14 and 18 is expected to participate.

Norrie: And there goes the last perk of dome living.


Julia: Do you recognize anyone?

Rebecca: You can help out, too.

Julia: No, uh, she stays with me.

Girl: Help with what?

Joe: An experiment.

Girl: It's okay. I like to help.

Julia: Uh, look out for her.

Norrie, Joe and the girl leave.

Julia: So you're really embarrassing your new responsibilities, aren't you?

Rebecca: Well, I serve at the pleasure of our councilmen. Please fill that out.

At Sam’s cabin.

Sam: Why torture yourself if you don't know?

Junior: Angie's bracelet was under my cot.

Sam: You loved her, right?

Junior: More than anything.

Sam: Do you really think you could have killed the person you loved more than anything?

Junior: No… I-I don't know. Why can't... Why can't I remember?

Sam: The night Angie was killed, you said you blacked out. Those were the words you used. I don't know what this means. It might not mean anything. But... Your mom... She had blackouts, too. Fugue states, the doctor called them. "Disassociative" or... Something like that.

Junior: Well, what would happen to her when she had them? Would she get violent?

Sam: What's important is that, sometimes, afterward she would go back to where she was when the blackout hit and she would get these flashes. Glimpses little bits of memory coming back.

Junior: So I should go back to where I found Angie. Maybe something'll come back.

Sam: Hey, James. No matter what, you and me are family. We'll figure this out.

Junior leaves.

It about to rain.

At the Sweetbriar.

Big Jim: All right, folks, grab any receptacle you can find, folks. Let's go.

Rebecca: Precipitation's scarce, Let's collect as much drinkable water as we can.

Julia: She's a little bossy, don't you think?

Rebecca: Wait.

The rain is red.

Lyle: It's raining blood.

At School.

Joe: It can't be blood, can it?

Norrie: I don't think it's cherry Kool-Aid.

The girl puts her arm under the rain.

Girl: Aah! It burns.

Joe: Let's go wash it off. Come on.

At the Sweetbriar.

Big Jim: All right, listen up, everybody. Stay calm and stay inside. We don't leave the café till the rain stops, all right?

Lyle: Jim.

Big Jim: Yeah?

Lyle: You know what this is about, don't you? The Ten Plagues.

Big Jim: Lyle, don't start getting all biblical on me now, okay?

Lyle: Oh, but that swarm the other day. That may as well have been locusts.

Big Jim: Butterflies are not locusts, Lyle.

Lyle: Jim, it's like three plagues rolled into one. Storm of fire, boils, and water turns to blood.

Rebecca: It's not blood.

Lyle: How do you know?

Rebecca: Well, blood doesn't burn.

Lyle: Yeah, but it doesn't usually fall out of the sky like that, either, but take a look.

Rebecca: There was a red rain phenomenon in India a decade ago. It was caused by spores from an abnormal algae bloom.

Lyle: I'm looking at scripture to tell me what this is. What are you looking at?

Rebecca: Science. Like... When the dome magnetized or the crops were infested.

Lyle: So you'll solve everything, huh? You and science?

Rebecca: Or go down trying. Okay, um, I collected a sample. I can analyze it at the school lab and look for a way to neutralize the acidity.

Sam enters with a victim.

Sam: Little help.

Julia: Sam. Put her down over there. I'm glad you're here. We've got a few more people who might need medical attention.

Sam: Burning skin?

Barbie: Yeah. Everybody's stable... Excuse me.

Sam: We should go back out. I saw other people stranded out there.

Barbie: There's a... There's an ambulance and med center. That's close by.

Julia: Cover her up, let's go.

At school.

Norrie: What is it?

Joe: It's just...

Junior: What are you doing here?

Norrie: Homework.

Joe: What about you?

Junior: Same. Anyways, I'm gonna take off now.

Girl: You can't.

Junior: Why not?

Norrie: You haven't been outside for a while, have you?

On the road.

Big Jim: Apocalypse.

Rebecca: What'd you say?

Big Jim: The Apocalypse... What Lyle was talking about. Do you believe in it?

Rebecca: I believe in the original definition of "apocalypse." It's Greek. To uncover, or reveal.

That's what crises do. They reveal character, strength… Or not.

Big Jim: Think we're being tested? I mean, the rain, the infestation, everything? Think it's a test from the dome to see whether I'm worthy?

Rebecca: Jim, we can solve this. The red algae must have come from the lake, which could have gotten toxified from everything we've been dumping in it, not to mention, um, pesticides, trash fires, trapped exhaust from cars. Town's an environmental horror show.

Big Jim: We're stuck inside, huh?

Rebecca: Believe in me, and I will believe in you.

Big Jim: Science and faith, huh?

Rebecca: Look out!

A man is under the rain on the road. Big Jim avoids him and crashes his car into a tree. The man gets Big Jim out of his car and steal it.

At school.

Girl: Is he okay?

Joe: I don't think he's ever been okay.

Girl: Are you okay?

Joe: Yeah. Yeah, I'm fine. Will you give me a hand?

Norrie: I didn't hear a bell.

Joe: Come on, Nore. There's an extra tablet on the shelf. We got to look up the specs on the windmill.

Joe turns on his computer.

Joe: Oh, my God.

Norrie: What is it?

Joe: E-mail. I'm getting e-mail.

Big Jim calls for help.

Big Jim: This is Big Jim. On Motton Road across from the Killians. Send help.

At school.

Norrie: Look at this. We're super trendy in Twitter land. Who's Hounds of Diana? They're all over my page.

Girl: Are they messages?

Joe: Yeah. First since the dome came down. I don't know how the signal's getting through, though. It's from my dad.

Girl: What does it say?

Joe: "Your mother and I pray every day" that we'll get to see you soon. In the meantime, stay safe and be smart. You are the man of the house now. Take care of your sister." What do I even say? Do I even tell them that Angie's dead? What if we never even get out of here? I mean, wouldn't it be better if they just didn't know? If they're never gonna see her again anyway?

Girl: We'll figure it out, sweetie.

Norrie: Feel like checking your messages? There's only so much fake-ass fan mail from wannabe dome groupies that I can read before I barf all over this wonderful piece of machinery.

Junior: No, thanks.

Norrie: We're stuck in here. What else are you gonna do, build windmills?

Junior checks his email.

Junior: "I can help you, James."

Junior opens a strange page.

Barbie drives under the rain with Julia and Sam.

Barbie: Jim, respond if you're hearing this.

Julia: That's the Killians' farm.

Barbie: Here?

Julia: There. There he is.

Barbie: Julia, wait here.

Sam: Get the kit ready.

Sam and Barbie get out of the ambo.

Barbie: Jim? He's barely breathing. Let's get him up.

Sam: It could be anaphylactic shock.

Rebecca is tied in a garage.

Rebecca: Hey. Hey!

Lyle: Oh. Hey. Guess you woke up.

Rebecca: Where's Big Jim?

Lyle: I guess where I left him.

Rebecca: What did you do to him?

Lyle: You know, he's gonna be tickled you're this concerned with his well-being.

Rebecca: What did you do?

Lyle: I didn't do anything. If he's righteous, the rain'll spare him… Thing is I've known that guy my whole life. And righteousness? That's not something that ranks high on his list of attributes… Self-righteousness, now, yeah. He's got that in spades.

Rebecca: Listen! You have to let me out. This rain... I know how to stop it, and nobody else will get hurt. If you untie me, it'll be like you're helping me to stop it… So help me. Help me stop it, Lyle.

Lyle: Yeah, I... I don't want to stop the rain. And neither does the dome.

Rebecca: The dome? The dome does not want.

Lyle: You know why. Yahweh visited the plagues the Egyptians? To demonstrate his awesome, terrible power to nonbelievers. They were swallowed up by the Red Sea. Yeah. This isn't Yahweh. There's a new god in Chester's Mill. It surrounds and embraces us all. And it's gonna show no mercy to infidels. You got a choice, Rebecca. I just pray you make the right one.

Sam, Julia and Barbie bring Big Jim back to the Sweetbriar.

Phil: What happened to him?

Sam: He must have ingested too much of whatever's in that rain. Hand me that pack.

Barbie: Oh, hold on. Once you put that in, he won't be able to talk… Hey, Jim, what happened to Rebecca?

Big Jim: Lyle. It was Lyle.

In the garage.

Rebecca: What's that for?

Lyle: I don't want to hurt you, but I can't have you interfering with the plan.

Rebecca: What plan?

Lyle: End of Days. After this rain stops, the Rapture comes. True believers are gonna be reunited in the hereafter. If you stop interfering with the plan, I won't have to hurt you.

Rebecca: I'll never stop.

Lyle: I'm sorry to hear that, Rebecca. I indeed baptize you with water unto repentance, but He that cometh after is mightier than I. He shall baptize you with the Holy Ghost. And with fire.

At school. Junior writes his mother’s birthday date on the computer, it’s opened a video.

Pauline: James, my love, my sweet son, by this time now, I expect you know, or have at least suspected the truth... That I'm alive. I hope, I pray that you get this message. You must have so many questions. And I know, in my heart, that I will see you again. But in the meantime, if you need answers, talk to Lyle Chumley. James. This is important. Please listen. Talk to Lyle. Only to Lyle. And if my...

The video stops.

Junior: No, no, no. No, no, no. Come on, come on, come on. Joe, Joe... What happened?

Joe: That's so strange. Mine just did the same thing. We can't get access anywhere now. My tablet's working and the signal's still coming through, but there seems to be some kind of... Block.

Norrie: What are you doing?

Junior: I got to go find someone.

Joe: Junior.

Junior leaves.

Joe: No, you can't go outside. It's dangerous.

At Lyle’s shop.

Julia: I always thought Lyle was harmless.

Barbie: Well, given the right circumstances, anybody's capable of anything.

Julia: You really believe that?

Barbie: I believe that when things fall apart, people show their true colours.

Julia: So, what, everyone's bad in the end?

Barbie: Well, this is just the perfect time to be having a debate over the nature of man.

Julia: These past few weeks, haven't you also seer people acting selflessly? Bravely?

Barbie: That's the exception to the rule. If this town's gonna survive, it's gonna need a firm hand to keep everybody in check.

Julia: Like Big Jim's?

Barbie: Julia, look at this. "Summer '88." "Lyle, Sam and Pauline"

Julia: Sam? Sam, are you there?

Sam: I'm here, Julia.

Julia: We're at Lyle's shop. He's not here, but we, uh, we found something. A photograph.

Sam: Of what?

Julia: You, Lyle and Pauline in 1988. They're holding hands.

Sam: Yeah, that's right around the time he was seeing my sister.

Julia: You never mentioned that.

Sam: It was 25 years ago, Julia, I didn't even think about it until now. And I haven't spoken to Lyle since she died.

Julia: Well, do you have any idea where he might be?

Sam: Wish I did. If you find him, let me know. I got people to tend to here.

Junior comes in.

Barbie: What are you doing here?

Junior: Heard you over the police radio. Thought I'd help out.

Julia: Great. Here, look at this. Any idea where this was taken?

Junior: This is my mom before she met my dad. Uh, it's by the cement factory. I used to build forts there when I was a kid.

Barbie: Yeah, well, let's give it a shot. See if Lyle took her there.

At school.

Norrie: So there's still a block?

Joe: Yeah. We can't get access, but the signal's still coming through. Maybe that means there must be a... I don't know, a... A crack.

Norrie: In the dome? Joe, they fired their biggest, baddest bomb at it and it didn't even make a dent.

Joe: I don't mean, like, literally. What if the magnetism caused some sort of... I don't know... Wormhole? Now, all I'm saying is, if we found the source of the signal we might find a way out. Want to go look? All right. Come on.

At the Sweetbriar.

Sam: Hey.

Big Jim: Why?

Sam: Why'd I save you? I may not be on your team... Hell, I may even hate your damn guts... but that doesn't mean I'm gonna let you die… At least, not yet. Rest up, Jim.

Lyle pours the red rain on Rebecca’s neck.

Rebecca: Stop. Stop, wait, wait, wait.

Lyle: All right.

Rebecca: Please.

Lyle: Okay, okay. All right. Okay. Are you willing to accept the grace of repentance?

Rebecca: I was wrong. The rain is... Is-is a test. A test of my worthiness.

Lyle: Whose test?

Rebecca: The dome. I believe that now.

Lyle: You're prepared to surrender?

Rebecca: Yes. Yes. I-I believe in its plan.

Lyle: I do. No, you only believe in what you can see. Science. You're a lost cause.

Lyle takes a gun.

Lyle: And now...

Rebecca: No! No, no, no, no. No, no...

Lyle: You're wasting my time.

Barbie and Junior comes in.

Barbie: Drop it! Drop it! Put it on the ground! Put it on the ground!

Lyle: Put your guns down! Put those guns on the ground!

Barbie: Put it down.

Lyle: On the ground! Put the guns on the ground.

Junior puts his on the ground.

Junior: There you go.

Lyle: Hey! I'll shoot her right in front of you. Now put that down.

Barbie too.

Lyle: That's right. Damn! What is wrong with you?

Julia: Lyle... Please don't hurt her.

Lyle: You know this rain is here to rid this town of nonbelievers. Now, you know that. I heard you talking to those kids at the diner. You believe. Don't you, lady?

Julia: I do. But I believe the dome is here to protect us.

Lyle: Only the faithful.

Julia: No. All of us.

Lyle: How do you know that?

Julia: I know because the dome spoke to me. Maybe like it's spoken to you. Does the dome... Speak to you, Lyle?

Lyle: Nah. It doesn't speak to me. It's a feeling, directing my actions.

Julia: Yeah, I understand.

Lyle: What'd it say to you?

Julia: It says, "If you want the darkness to abate", you must earn the light".

Lyle: Earn the light?

Julia: Help me achieve the dome's true plan.

Lyle: Wh... What is that? I mean, its true plan?

Julia: I don't know. But I have faith that the answers will be revealed. So give me the gun now, Lyle.

Rebecca frees herself and pours the rain on Lyle.

Lyle: Hah! Oh, God!

Julia: Why would you do that? He was about to give in!

Barbie: Just get down.

At school.

Joe: Signal's getting stronger.

Norrie: Joe?

Joe: The source is coming from down there.

Norrie: You don't have to go.

Joe: It's coming from here.

Girl: Joe. Don't be frightened.

Norrie: How about you don't tell him how to be? You're not his girlfriend, and as far as I know, you're not anyone… Let's just go.

Joe: That locker was the last thing she touched. She died right here.

Norrie: Well, maybe we should just leave it alone. I have a bad feeling about this.

Girl: Eight... Seventeen... One.

The girl opens the locker.

Joe: It's empty. Now the signal's gone.

Norrie: How did you know that combination? Who the hell are you?

Rebecca and men park near the lake.

Rebecca: All right.

They pour some water into the lake and the water turns normal again.

At the Sweetbriar.

Rebecca: Oh, it's-it's okay. Easy now. All right?

Big Jim: Are you okay?

Rebecca: I'm fine.

Big Jim: Lyle?

Rebecca: He's in jail. Trust me, he looks a lot worse than we do.

Big Jim: Rain stopped.

Rebecca: I stopped it. Not the dome. Me.

Big Jim: How?

Rebecca: A mixture of salination with some high pH compounds. It's pretty sciencey. I thought that stuff didn't interest you.

Big Jim: It interests me.

Rebecca: Good. Because I took a tour of the town after the rain stopped. Our situation has only gotten worse. Some tough decisions need to be made.

Julia: What kind of decisions?

At school.

Norrie: Listen, bitch, I am so over this Little Miss Innocent scam you're running, and we are not leaving until you come clean about how you knew that combination and why the signal got blocked.

Girl: I don't know.

Norrie: What, are you a safecracker? A magician's assistant? Because, when we got here, the locker was locked, and then presto, change-o, you opened it right up.

Joe: Norrie, she doesn't know.

Girl: It was just like I saw it in my head.

Norrie: In your head. Oh, in here? What else is in there? Is your name in there?

Joe: Norrie, stop!

Norrie: No! She just shows up here without any explanation on the day your sister gets killed in front of that locker, and just happens to know the combination? How did you know? How did you know?!

Girl: Leave me alone! I'm telling the truth!

Joe: Why don't you trust her?

Norrie: She just saw it? That doesn't even make sense. How do you see a combination?

Joe: Actually, I think I might know.

At the Sweetbriar.

Rebecca: As I've been telling Jim, we have a serious resource crisis to deal with.

Barbie: I thought that that's what this whole registration drive was about in the first place, is about how to better allocate them.

Rebecca: Yes, but it's a lack of resources themselves that I'm most worried about. Even before today, there were acute shortages.

Julia: And after the rain?

Rebecca: Far fewer medical supplies crops destroyed. A considerable amount of livestock decimated, especially in the pig population. Day's coming when there won't be enough food to sustain us… So, we should have a contingency plan in case we run out of options.

Julia: What kind of contingency plan?

Rebecca: It may become necessary... Selectively, I'm saying... To thin the herd.

Julia: Selectively? The questions on your form... Family background, history of illness... This is a census to help you decide who lives and who dies… Let's get out of here.

Barbie doesn’t move.

Barbie: She's just talking about a contingency.

Julia leaves. Barbie follows her.

Big Jim: Trouble in paradise.

In the kitchen.

Barbie: Julia? Listen, you don't understand.

Julia: I understand. You're taking their side!

Barbie: No, no, no, I am not taking anyone's side here. I'm trying to consider every possible option.

Julia: You said, when things fall apart, people show their true colours. Are these yours? I need to know that you will stand with me against them, against that! They don't get to throw anybody out of the lifeboat!

Barbie: What if it's sinking?

Julia: I believe we will find a way.

Barbie: Belief only gets you so far.

Julia: I thought I knew you. I was wrong.

Barbie: Julia?

Julia: Don't follow me.

Julia slams the door.

In Lyle’s cell.

Lyle: Long as I remember rain's been coming down clouds of mystery pouring confusion on the ground. Good men through the ages trying to find the sun and I wonder, still I wonder who'll stop the rain? Oh. I was wondering when you'd show up. Aren't you afraid of people seeing us together?

Sam: Building's empty. I could kill you, and nobody'd know. Nobody'd care.

Lyle: Maybe. But you won't.

Sam: When this thing came down, I told you to lay low, follow my lead.

Lyle: I got a new leader.

Sam: You made a promise 25 years ago to make sure that what we buried stayed buried.

Lyle: You've heard of force majeure, yeah? An extraordinary circumstance that frees both parties from a contract. Well, you know what? This dome is about as majeure a force as it gets… But it's gonna deliver us to a better place.

Sam: I'm afraid you got that exactly backward, pal.

Lyle: I grow weary of this conversation. See you on the other side, Sammy.

Junior was watching Sam and Lyle’s conversation.

At the Sweetbriar.

Rebecca: I read about a tribe in Borneo. I can't remember what they were called. But they had this ritual, something that they would do every year. They'd put all their elderly, their infirm, up into a tree, and they would shake it. And whoever held on was considered strong enough, useful enough to make it to the next year.

Big Jim: Those that couldn't hold on?

Rebecca: Look, um... When I said the day was coming we wouldn't have provisions enough to sustain the population, that was a bit of a cheat. That day isn't coming. It's now. The way I calculate it, we can all starve or with proper rationing and cultivation, three-quarters of us can survive.

Big Jim: And how do you propose to do that? Shake the tree?

Rebecca: You could use the information we gathered today to determine who's an asset and who's a burden. Those hard choices could be made but not by me. Dome chose you to make them. And you've got to do it now. Before it's too late.

Lyle’s cell.

Junior: Hey!

Lyle: Man!

Junior: We need to talk.

Lyle: I guess you found out.

Junior: That my mother's alive? She told me you'd have answers.

Lyle: To some pretty provocative questions.

Junior: Do you know who killed Angie?

Lyle: I might.

Junior: Is that what you and my uncle were talking about? Hey! I need you to tell me everything!

Lyle: Uh, I can do that. Provided you give consideration to my needs.

Junior: Which are?

Lyle: You let me out of here. I'll give you an all-access pass… What do you say, James?

At school.

Joe: What was the locker number again?

Girl: 1821.

Joe: Here we go. People who have had that locker over the last 50 years.

Norrie: Okay, what exactly are we looking for?

Joe: Anything to jog her memory.

Girl: Wait.

Joe: Melanie Cross? That looks familiar to you?

Girl: Something about it.

Joe: 1988. I'll pull the yearbook for that year. Okay. Brazier, Connor, Cross. How is this possible?

Norrie: What? What is it?

Melanie: It's... Me.

Kikavu ?

Au total, 99 membres ont visionné cet épisode ! Ci-dessous les derniers à l'avoir vu...

13.07.2020 vers 14h

09.04.2020 vers 16h

26.12.2018 vers 02h

16.08.2018 vers 14h

21.03.2018 vers 11h

25.08.2017 vers 21h

Derniers commentaires

Avant de poster un commentaire, clique ici pour t'identifier.

Sois le premier à poster un commentaire sur cet épisode !


Merci aux 3 rédacteurs qui ont contribué à la rédaction de cette fiche épisode

Ne manque pas...

Retrouvez désormais tous les EVs de la citadelle dans la rubrique HypnoFanfics!
HypnoFanfics | Parcourez la bibliothèque!

Notre quartier dédié à la série Elite vient d'ouvrir ses portes ! Bonne visite !
Nouveau quartier ! | Elite

Activité récente

Aujourd'hui, 16 Novembre 2020, Marg Helgenberger fête ses 62 ans. L'interprète de Christine...

Adaptation d'une nouvelle de Stephen King par Netflix

Adaptation d'une nouvelle de Stephen King par Netflix
La plateforme Netflix va adapter la nouvelle Mr. Harrigans Phone de Stephen King, issue du reccueil...

[Rachelle Lefevre] The Sounds arrive cet automne

[Rachelle Lefevre] The Sounds arrive cet automne
C'est cet automne, à CBC que devrait débuter la diffusion de la série The Sounds, série dans...

Gagnez le hors-série LiRE consacré à Stephen King !

Gagnez le hors-série LiRE consacré à Stephen King !
Fans de la série Under the Dome ? Ne manquez pas l'opportunité de gagner le hors-série du magazine...

Calendrier | Octobre 2019

Calendrier | Octobre 2019
Dans le cadre de l'animation «À ton clavier», un calendrier aux couleurs automnales a été créé pour...


Les nouveautés des séries et de notre site une fois par mois dans ta boîte mail ?

Inscris-toi maintenant


Locksley, Avant-hier à 19:36

Le quartier Elite vient d'ouvrir ses portes ! Bonne inauguration à sabby et Linstead et bonne visite à tous !

sabby, Avant-hier à 19:42

Effectivement les portes de Las Encinas sont désormais ouvertes !!! Entrez avec nous dans l'Elite espagnole

Linstead77, Avant-hier à 19:43

Merci Lock, on vous attend avec impatience sur le quartier, une animation et d'autres petits jeux sont en place !

Emilie1905, Hier à 11:52

Plus que quelques heures pour vous inscrire à l'HypnoGame de ce soir! Alors, équipe Spoiler ou Teaser ?

mnoandco, Hier à 12:41

A Discovery Of Witches aurait besoin d'un coup de baguette magique pour sa "Chasse aux Sorcières !". La reconnaitrez-vous?

Viens chatter !

Change tes préférences pour afficher la barre HypnoChat sur les pages du site