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Being Human Preview: “For Those About to Rot” [PHOTOS AND VIDEO] 

Photo Credit: Philippe Bosse/Syfy

[WARNING: Spoilers for season 3]

One thing you can count on with Syfy’s Being Human — the lives of our favorite roommates to be tortured, twisty and dark…with a little bit of light thrown in every once in a while.

Aidan just kicked the big, bad vampire virus. The cure? The blood of a werewolf. That’s good news for vamps everywhere (the few that remain, anyway). And that’s definitely bad news for werewolves everywhere. We’ll see how that all plays out as the season continues. It’s interesting that there’s this warped connection between these two groups of supernatural species, however.

I’m liking the budding relationship that exists between Aidan and Nora’s friend, Kat. Will she find out what he is? I’m also happy to report Nora and Aidan have come to some sort of peaceful coexistence. Sure it involved Aidan taking the blame for killing Liam’s daughter. But, oh well. Now Nora’s kinda sorta on board with Aidan/Kat. That’s always a bonus, right?

Josh is back struggling with his dual nature — that of being a man and a wolf. I loved how he’s meditating and getting to know his inner animal. I wonder if we’ll see more of that.

I saved Sally for last because it’s been so sad to see what’s becoming of her. From ghost to reanimated corpse to the Walking Dead…she’s trying to fight the urge to eat fresh meat (mice and more) but something tells me she’s going to have a difficult time doing so. We all saw what Nick’s zombified self resorted to: eating his girlfriend. I’m actually scared for Sally and whatever human turns out to be near her vicinity. Maybe it’s a good thing she and Max are no longer a thing. Here’s what Being Human star Meaghan Rath has to say about the latest incarnation of her character:

Being Human is back with another new episode airing Monday night at 9/8c.

Synopsis for “For Those About to Rot”: Aidan’s date with Kat stirs up (more) memories of his wife and son. Sally learns about Nick and Stevie’s zombie fates.

By the way, Katharine Isabelle is playing Aidan’s wife in flashbacks. For those of you who are also fans of the CW’s Supernatural, she’ll look familiar. She was Ava in a couple season 2 episodes. In “Hunted,” she was a psychic kid who ended up bonding with fellow psychic kid, Sam Winchester. Her follow-up episode (“All Hell Breaks Loose Part I”), saw her transition from friend to foe. Loved her on Supernatural and it’s always good to see her. I’m digging the fact that we’re finding out Aidan’s wife rolled with the punches when he came back to her…as a vampire. I’m looking forward to finding out more about his relationship with her.

Sneak Peek “For Those About to Rot”

PHOTOS from “For Those About to Rot”

Photo Credit: Philippe Bosse/Syfy
Photo Credit: Philippe Bosse/Syfy
Photo Credit: Philippe Bosse/Syfy
Photo Credit: Philippe Bosse/Syfy
Photo Credit: Philippe Bosse/Syfy
Photo Credit: Philippe Bosse/Syfy
Photo Credit: Philippe Bosse/Syfy
Photo Credit: Philippe Bosse/Syfy
Photo Credit: Philippe Bosse/Syfy
Photo Credit: Philippe Bosse/Syfy
Photo Credit: Philippe Bosse/Syfy
Photo Credit: Philippe Bosse/Syfy

 

 

 

 

 

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