Many civil rights movements have one thing in common and in Humans’ season 3 finale, we experience what usually is the climax of many.
Faith is heavily relied on to believe as each character questions their path. Especially as they find themselves in life or death situations.
Everyone’s definition of progress is different and one leader does not speak for them all. Which becomes quite clear this episode.
Agnes’ backstory gets revealed to us as Mia sees an old acquaintance, Karen makes a surprising decision, and the Dryden Commission visits the yard.
As Laura and Mia trying to push for change together and on their own, Max’s struggle to keep those like Agnes from rebelling is becoming difficult.
As it is increasingly questioned how synthetics can carve out and secure their future, humanity has the same discussion without them. Possibly to their own detriment.
After the death of over 100,000 people, and countless synths, the world is in a new era. One in which, as always with humans, being progressive is easier said than…