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BITE-Worthy Moment: Bishop Stakes Aidan, Being Human 

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The last five minutes of Being Human‘s “You’re the One That I Haunt” were intense. Well, the whole episode was actually pretty excellent. But to see Bishop crash through the window and fight off the effects of not being invited into the house (I smell sizzling Vamp flesh) was terrifying. But even more than that he staked Aidan. HE STAKED AIDAN. Yes, Aidan betrayed him by helping Hegeman get away but I didn’t think Bishop would resort to murder, especially since this isn’t the first time Aidan’s defied him. Granted, this situation is a little different but still.

Let’s back up for a minute because I do want to talk about more than just the bite-worthy moment. There were a lot of interesting developments. Let’s start with Sally. After scaring the bejesus out of both Aidan and Josh (well, mostly Josh) and exacting revenge on Danny, Sally’s door appeared. I was stunned. I’m not ready for Sally’s door. Sally’s not ready for Sally’s door. Am I glad Aidan getting staked stopped her from going through it? Kinda.

And what about Josh? His baby mama is already showing and she’s further along in her pregnancy than she should be considering they had sex only weeks ago, not months ago. I believed Nora when she told Josh she hasn’t been with anyone else so I think this is his baby. If I were Josh, I’d still be worried she’s going to pop out a little werebaby. We’ll see.

After killing Rebecca in last week’s episode Aidan isn’t in a good place. So that makes it the perfect time for a blast from the past. Celine shows up at his hospital and we learn about their history. Of course it’s Bishop that ultimately tore these two lovebirds apart, but Aidan doesn’t know that. I can’t wait until he finds out. But he’d better not kill Bishop. Mark Pellegrino is such a good villian. I’d be upset and disappointed if he wasn’t around next season.

And we’ve made it back to the bite-worthy moment. I’m glad Bishop’s aim was a little off and he didn’t turn Aidan into instant dust. Can you imagine? That would have been an excellent series ender but it’s way too early for that. We’ve got an idea of how Aidan will heal himself (if you watched the previews) and we know there has to be a showdown coming. I can’t wait for next week’s season finale. I’m sure we’ll be talking about it for days.

Bonus: This may or may not be a SPOILER so stop now if you don’t want to know anything about season 2. I know Sarah Allen attended Syfy’s upfronts last week which makes me think she’ll be back on the show in some capacity. I have to admit that excites me. I wonder how they’ll pull that off and can’t wait to see how they try.

Season 2 of Being Human premieres Monday, January 16th at 9/8c on Syfy.

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