Do you think that there is a possibility that there could be a “Tomorrow People” truce coming up in the future? It at least sounds like it, based on the synopsis that The CW has just released for “My Brother’s Keeper.” This is the installment of the show that is going to air following a little bit of a hiatus on February 26, and the story suggests that there are going to be almost immediate consequences to the reveal that Stephen’s mother has been hiding powers this whole time.
Now, without further ado, let’s get to share what that synopsis really is:
“After getting some shocking news, Stephen (Robbie Amell) attempts to restore order in both his worlds by making a deal with Jedikiah (Mark Pellegrino). With a new break-out on the loose, Cara (Peyton List) and Russell (Aaron Yoo) try to lure him in but must contend with a trap from Ultra. Meanwhile, Jedikiah is closer to developing a new secret technology that could change his future.”
The one thing that we are admittedly already a little bit concerned about is that this sort of “deal” is going to just be working with Ultra again, and we don’t really have a great deal of interest in seeing the show go down the same road that it has already. After all, variety is the spice of life.
As for another pressing matter, isn’t it interesting that John is completely absent from this synopsis altogether? After taking off from the Tomorrow People lair this past episode, it’s not entirely clear just where he is going to show up.
Will you be bummed if this “deal” Stephen makes just revolves around him working with Ultra again? Share some of your thoughts below, and also click here to take a look at our full review of this past episode.
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