The Categories of Life
John Barrowman (Captain Jack), Eve Myles (Gwen), Mekhi Phifer (Rex Matheson), Alexa Havins (Esther Drummond), Bill Pullman (Oswald Danes), Tom Price (Andy Davidson), William Thomas (Geraint Cooper), Sharon Morgan (Mary Cooper), Fred Koehler (Ralph), Teddy Sears (Blue-Eyed Man), Colin Maloney (Marc Vann), Daniel Adegboyega (Guard), Brad Bell (Nurse Chris), Lauren Ambrose (Jilly Kitzinger), Charles Carpenter (News Reports), Jim Conway (Man), Jonathan Dane (Handsome Man), Teresa Garza (Spanish newscaster), Brendan Hughes (Pidgeon), Joelle Elizabeth Jacoby (Excited Teenager), Liz Jenkins (Rachel), Ria Jones (Pushy Woman), Masami Kosaka (Japanese Newscaster), Eve Mauro (Maria Santos), Francine Morgan (Stressed Woman), Stuart Nurse (Thomason), Tracy Pfau (Pale Woman), Caroline Whitney Smith (Paramedic), Vito Viscuso (Angry Man), Randa Walker (Candice)
|Written by||Jane Espenson|
|Directed by||Guy Ferland|
|Produced by||Kelly A. Manners & Brian Minchin|
The government panels are cancelled after PhiCorp and the world’s governments implement a categorizatedition system regarding life. Those who should have died and are brain-dead are assigned Category 1 status) and those who have persistent injuries/diseases are to be given Category 2 while Category 3 status are normal people who have no or minor injuries. Category 1s and 2s are sent to Overflow Camps which resemble concentration camps where there are hidden modules not appearing on satellite footage) and Torchwood suspects that these modules have a dark purpose.