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The Cast Offers 5 TIMELESS Finale Teases

December 20, 2018 by  

TIMELESS Finale Teases

TIMELESS — “The Miracle of Christmas Part l ” Episode 211 — Pictured: (l-r) Paterson Joseph as Connor Mason, Malcolm Barrett as Rufus Carlin, Claudia Doumit as Jiya, Matt Lanter as Wyatt Logan — (Photo by: Darren Michaels/Sony/NBC)

With the TIMELESS finale airing in just a few short hours, here are a few final teases from the cast to get you through the day…

How will the Time Team deal with Emma (Annie Wersching)?

“There is no shortage of frenemy venom for Emma,” Malcolm Barrett (Rufus) says. “We started out where I helped Emma become the pilo…to go full-circle to her killing me is probably something Rufus will want to address.”

“Emma does not stop going after the Time Team, no matter how history is impacted,” he continues. “She is always willing to double down on power and vengeance. That will be her Christmas gift to all.”

And there will be a face-off in the finale. “The team encounter Emma,” Claudia Doumit (Jiya) previews. “The way she gets to where they’re at [is a surprise]. And just like there was a confrontation at Chinatown, there’s the same…but there’s less guns.”

Can Wyatt (Matt Lanter) and Rufus be friends again?

The duo’s friendship was fractured at the end of the second season, thanks to Rufus blaming Wyatt for Jiya being kidnapped by Wyatt’s (secretly evil) wife. “Wyatt carries that with him,” Lanter acknowledges. “And through circumstances when we do get Rufus back, things are different. Timelines are different. Things that happened in the past haven’t possibly happened or Rufus doesn’t know about it or the team doesn’t know what timeline he’s been in. We’ll see another Rufus-Wyatt heart-to-heart scene where you see everyone forgive him for what he’s done or what he thinks he’s done. He redeems himself for what he’s done—or what he thinks he’s done—and he does need that.”

Will Lucy (Abigail Spencer) get her sister back?

Ever since the first mission when Lucy discovered her sister was wiped from the current timeline, she has been desperate to make things right.

“That was really the motivating factor of season 1,” Spencer says. “In season 2, with her mother, it felt like it was impossible. And so many things got brought to the forefront. But that does get addressed in the finale, and Lucy is going to have to make a tough decision around it.”

“The arc of Lucy has been someone who didn’t want to change history, with all the historical figures—it all mattered and keep it all the same,” she continues. “And then we’re going to come to a Lucy [who] wants to save someone who is inconsequential to history, who is just a human being. She even says in the finale—or in the movie; we won’t call it a finale, because who knows?—what’s the point of saving history if we don’t save the people in it. So she goes from really focused on the historical figures and people to [realizing] everybody is important.”

Would Connor (Paterson Joseph) time travel again?

In a word: no. “Because of what he’s seen, it’s not a joke to him,” Joseph says. “It’s like traveling to Mars. It’s the most risky thing you could possibly do. He’s seen the nosebleeds, the headaches, the seizures, and Stanley…he would never want to do it again, and would resist it with every fiber of his being.”

Will the Time Team have a happy holiday?

The bunker is decked out for the holidays, thanks to Agent Christopher (Sakina Jaffrey). “I think her joy and her sense of family with her bunker babies is a reflection of her own love for her family,” Jaffrey says. “We definitely see that evolution. She’s gotten a lot more relaxed [since the season 2 changes to her relationship with her mother]. She’s someone who moves toward the joy rather than moves toward the mission.”

But there is some drama: “You’ll see the struggle again for them to be a family and what that means to take on the world,” Barrett previews.

However, there could be a bit of hope for Lucy and Wyatt, after he professed his love for her at the end of the second season. “It definitely changes things,” Spencer says. “It’s going to set them on a new path. It’ll be underneath the two-hour movie that that was just said and they have to jump into their next adventure. It’s them sorting out their feelings while going to work. Which is really hard!”

TIMELESS, Series Finale, Thursday, December 20, 8/7c, NBC


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