[S2E4] The Travelers [PORTABLE]
Why does Adam have such extensive scarring when none of the other frequent time travelers do? Noah is ageless and Claudia aged beautifully. After his first trip in the chair, Helge seems to have traveled without damage.
[S2E4] The Travelers
Jonas meets an ominous figure. While the kids comb the cave for answers, the adults gather in the bunker to share what they know about the travelers.Tropes: Affably Evil: Adam exudes genuine well meaningness while interacting with Adult Noah and Jonas.
Agent Scully: Katharina doesn't believe anything said to her in the bunker, stating everyone has lost their minds. She changes her mind after seeing Mikkel as Michael Kahnwald in 1987.
Call-Back: Noah's speech to Helge about a stranger sleeping at his house when he was young is actually Jonas arriving at 1921.
Cassandra Truth: Katharina naturally assumes her peers and Stranger!Jonas have gone insane when they reveal Mikkel and Ulrich got stuck in the past, as she doesn't know about Time Travel yet.
Catapult Nightmare: Now it is Martha who wakes up like this after she dreams of sleeping with Jonas.
Cooperation Gambit: Franziska and Magnus enter into one to discover what went wrong in the caves.
Crisis of Faith: Silja has one when she discovers the God Particle's true nature.
Distinguishing Mark: Adam shows Jonas (and us) that he's indeed his future self by showing the neck wound Elisabeth inflicted on them in 2053.
Foreshadowing: Stranger Jonas tells the adults Adam told him about a loophole in time travel, which is going to be used by Jonas soon...
Get Back to the Future: In 1921, Jonas attempts to travel back to his time but discovers that the pathway in the cave hasn't been created yet.
Heroic BSoD: Jonas undergoes a small one when he realized he's off from his actual destination by 99 years.
History Repeats: Bartosz is tied in the caves and left alone by Martha and Magnus as their parents did with Bartosz's mother. Noah dissuades a member of the Nielsen family from time-traveling again while eating an apple and waiting for them at the caves.
Hopeless with Tech: Claudia in 2020, though justified that she is unaware of all the changes.
I Did What I Had to Do: Hannah justifies her keeping blackmail material as a financial and social security.
I'll Kill You!: Magnus tells Bartosz that he will kill him if he has anything to do with Mikkel and Ulrich's disappearance.
Internal Reveal: Charlotte, Katharina, Peter and Hannah now all know about the travelers.
Jonas reveals to Katharina that he is Mikkel's son and her grandson. She doesn't believe any of it at first until she finds a photo of Michael Kahnwald at the school showing her Mikkel.
Kid from the Future: Jonas meets his great-great-grandmother Agnes as a child herself, but obviously neither know it.
My Future Self and Me: Jonas meets himself as an elder man.
No-Holds-Barred Beatdown: Magnus delivers one to Bartosz when he's suspected of the disappearances.
Only Sane Man: Elisabeth is the only one who objects to going to the caves suspected of multiple disappearances.
The Reveal: Adam is actually an elder Jonas.
Technology Marches On
Time Is Dangerous: Adam tells his younger self that he is as he is now due to carelessly time traveling in his history.
Title Drop: Jonas tells Charlotte that people traveling in time are called the travelers and are part of "Sic Mundus".
Wham Episode: Adam is none other than an elderly Jonas, as he attributes his disfigurement to his continuous time-traveling. On a lesser note, the adults now know about time travel.
Wham Line: 'I am you', said by Adam to Jonas.
What Does She See in Him?: According to Wöller, nobody really understood why Hannah married Michael, since she was beautiful enough to have anybody she wanted.
Wham Shot: Adam proves to Jonas that he is him by showing the scar on his neck when Elisabeth attempted to hang him.
What the Hell, Hero?: Jonas berates his mother when he finds a gun and blackmail material, as she responds she kept them for insurance.
What Year Is It?: When Jonas accidentally ends up in 1921, he asks the people who helped him what year it is. He clearly isn't happy with the answer.
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