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Published February 2nd 2013
Anyone else not want S01 to end?
Bea's plans go well. She is surely the most socialised and intelligent HUBOT in Sweden.
Roger's step-son Kevin reunites with Roger but with incredibly bad timing. David Eischer's code is the only thing between HUBOT annihilation and HUBOT revolution and Niska holds that whole deck of cards. Kevin is mortified after learning Roger's about Roger's associations with the HUBOTs and wants to know what is hidden in Roger's home that is so important to them.
Imagine holding the key to the future of the entire human race somewhere hidden in the lounge cushions.
Inger has her ultimate run in with the 'authorities' as she believes that they are using unnecessary force to carry out their public duty. She has always maintained that they are not working in the public's interest. Inger is a lovely character and I'm happy to see her minus her 'lawyer's hair' in this episode.
If anyone was going to win a fight it would be Inger.
Leo and Mimi find each other but it seems that the lady HUBOTs hold all the power in the relationship. For the theological, psychology and philosophy students, this episode has enough well written storyline to provide discussion on what is exactly constitutes a 'soul'.
I'm reluctant to add any more spoilers for this last episode in the series. I can not wait for season two and I wish all the cast well for the future as they have all, as individuals, done a marvellous job with this soon to be cult classic.