John Barrowman (Captain Jack), Eve Myles (Gwen), Mekhi Phifer (Rex Matheson), Alexa Havins (Esther Drummond), Bill Pullman (Oswald Danes), Kai Owen (Rhys), Sharon Morgan (Mary Cooper), Marina Benedict (Charlotte Willis), John de Lancie (Allen Shapiro), Wayne Knight (Brian Friedkin), Paul James (Noah), Teddy Sears (Blue-Eyed Man), Nana Visitor (Olivia Colasanto), Frances Fisher (The Mother Colasanto), Ian Hughes (Finch), Adam Silver (the Young Man), Willis Chung (Chinese Man), Danny Szam (Surveillance Guy), Jesse Wang (Chinese Worker), Gilbert Wayne (Old Man), Russell T. Davies – Radio news presenter (uncredited voice).
|Written by||John Fay|
|Directed by||Guy Ferland|
|Produced by||Kelly A. Manners & Brian Minchin|
Two months later, and global recession has become global Depression. Esther nursed Jack to health and has been collecting blood samples from him in Scotland; Gwen continues to hide her father from police raids, while also selling stolen painkillers; and Rex is back working at the CIA; Jilly Kitzinger moves to Shanghai to work for the Families. Oswald Danes finds Gwen through the men who smuggled Jack into Scotland, forcing Esther and Jack to come to Swansea, where what Danes knows of Kitzinger’s activities leads them to conclude the Blessing is located in both Buenos Aires and Shanghai.
Rex’s attempts to locate a descendant of a witness to Jack’s repeated murders in Little Italy are foiled by Charlotte at the CIA. Gwen is forced to take Oswald with them as she and Jack smuggle their way into Shanghai, where Jack’s blood is being physically pulled to the location of the Blessing. Esther meets up with Rex in Buenos Aires for their half of the mission, but they are being tracked by Charlotte.