22 October 2006
Kai Owen (Rhys Williams), Adrian Christopher (Private Moriarty), Ross O’Hennessey (Sgt Johnson), Sara Lloyd Gregory (Carys Fletcher), Ceri Mears (Banksy), Justin McDonald (Matt), Tom Price (PC Andy Davidson), Brendan Charleson (Ivan Fletcher), Rob Störr (Gavin), Lloyd Everitt (Mikey), Alex Parry (Eddie Gwynne), Felicity Rhys (Bethan), Naomi Martell (Receptionist), David Longden (Mr Weston).
|Written by||Russell T. Davies|
|Directed by||Brian Kelly|
|Produced by||Richard Stokes|
Carys is placed in a Torchwood holding cell. As tests are run on Carys, Gwen feels uncontrollable urges to kiss her, showing that Carys is emitting high levels of pheromones, effectively becoming a “walking aphrodisiac”, but the gas is also slowly killing her. Later, Carys escapes from her cell after seducing Owen. Jack attempts to apprehend her, but she manages to get hold of a jar containing a severed hand, which Jack finds valuable. He allows her to leave for the jar’s safety, but she destroys it anyway.
In an attempt to capture her again, the team run on Toshiko Sato’s (Naoko Mori) hunch that she will be after her ex-boyfriend; they arrive at his house to find Carys already killed him. Later They discover Carys works as a temp at a fertility clinic. They race to the clinic to find Carys has been inside for some time killing some of the clients.
In the end, Carys is reunited with her father. The team returns to Torchwood, and as she leaves for home, Jack advises Gwen not to let the job consume her because her perspective is important to the team. He then encourages Gwen to go home and spend time with Rhys.