No, it’s not a CW superhero, it’s the latest clue to unravel in the mystery of Flight 828.
Melissa Roxburgh, who plays Mic on Manifest, promised answers in the second part of the season and we’re inching closer and closer to fully understanding what happened during the flight.
Captain Daly may have been obsessed and desperate, but he was also right.
Flying into the eye of the storm might have been extreme, but it was also the only way to see if lightning could strike the same place twice.
The outcome of the Captain’s rogue mission was unclear though that may be the beauty of it. We won’t know if the Captain and Fiona survived until about five years TV time.
Ben and Mic are now forced to experience what their loved ones did in terms of believing Daly and Fiona were shot down.
You have to think that in his manic state, Daly was certain of the outcome because he was right about everything else.
He knew about the meteorologist, he knew that it was a government cover-up and he had the paperwork to prove it.
However, there’s always a missing link.
That’s the one thing Daly got wrong. Fiona had no involvement with what happened during that flight; she wasn’t the missing link.
But something did happen to them and the government does know what it is. Obviously, that’s why they are looking into all the passengers in the first place with a major emphasis on Cal.
As we learned last week, Cal is special. He experiences the callings on a greater, more personal scale.
Whatever this is, he’s the key, which is why the Major wants to get her grubby hands on him.
Manifest is unearthing one clue at a time so we didn’t get much about the Major in this week’s episode which was unfortunate following the emphasis on her running the show in the previous episode.
However, whatever the Major and her team have on Autumn, it has to be good enough to convince her to manipulate Mic and kidnap Cal.
Yep, the inevitable finally happened. And while everyone saw it coming, Grace was beyond surprised to see that her son wasn’t in his room. Hmm.. maybe if you had just listened to your husband once in a while.
We have seen Autumn struggle with the weight of the Major’s request so obviously, there is a good person in there somewhere.
Maybe the “friend” she had Mic lookup is some kind of clue?
I’m glad Manifest isn’t one of those shows where the main characters are clueless and take way too long to piece together a puzzle.
Mic trusted Autumn at first, which made me cringe when she turned her back and left Cal alone with her, however, when the meteorologist died, she immediately realized she had said the place in front of Autumn thus labeling her the “mole.”
With Cal gone, Grace has no other choice but to trust Ben and Mic.
And she won’t be able to argue with Cal’s vision drawings of the future. There wasn’t much of an emphasis on Cal’s psychic abilities until this episode when he knew that Ben would be meeting with the man from the plane before it happened.
But knowing that his visions go beyond just a connection to the other passengers, that he can actually predict what’s going to happen, it makes sense why he’d be a hot ticket item for the Major.
At the same time, it doesn’t explain why Cal wouldn’t warn his father or Mic that he was about to be kidnapped.
Wouldn’t he have seen it if his drawing showcased them all standing in his room looking for him?
The promo revealed that Cal drew them a map leading them to him so at least they know how to find him.
Sadly, the visions that both Cal and Mic were experiencing in which a man in the mountains looking for Michaela weren’t explained either.
Could this be Captain Daly in the future?
Much like the other passengers in the plane, Mic and Ben are juggling personal situations as well.
Things aren’t exactly going great between Ben and Grace since she kicked him out of the house, but she just told Mic she hopes the love she has for Ben is enough to fix things.
I’m honestly confused about the status of her relationships. Does she want to be with Ben? Does she still love Danny? What do you want, Grace?
Mic knows exactly who she wants, but she can’t have him without hurting her best friend. I use the word best friend loosely because since she’s returned, Mic has seen Lourdes a total of one time. Maybe they used to be best friends, but they are far from it now.
Still, sleeping with Jared despite being with him first is still considered cheating now that they are married.
I respect Michaela for trying to put an end to it before it becomes even messier than it already is, but Jared really won’t let up.
He knows he has a wife at home yet he’s openly caressing Mic’s hand and talking about their “fresh start.”
If he’s serious about pursuing Mic again and giving their romance another shot, he needs to first end things with Lourdes. It won’t be pretty but the heart wants what it wants.
To summarize: Captain Daly and Fiona may or may not be in 2024. We won’t know for a while unless the series does a time jump. Autumn helped the Major steal Cal. Cal is psychic. Fiona had nothing to do with anything. There wasn’t enough of Saanvi in this episode. And Mic and Jared are trying not to go there, but will undoubtedly go there again.
- Why did the government allow the co-pilot to go back to Jamaica like nothing ever happened?
- Are we just dropping the connection the other passengers all shared?
- Why isn’t Ben talking to Aaron from the podcast?
- What is the government trying to cover up?
In order to figure out the true mystery, Ben cannot lose sight of what’s happening or what’s real.
Manifest Season Finale Unmasked: Who Got Shot?
Let’s go back, back to the beginning of Manifest Season 1.
And in this case, the beginning is sunny and carefree Jamaica.
I’ve always wondered when we would dive into their time on the island, but sadly, it didn’t reveal much.
Manifest Unmasked: Griffin’s Calling, the Wolf and Terrorist Attacks
I had high hopes for the penultimate episode in terms of answers, however, Manifest Season 1 Episode 15 only raised more sinister questions with the introduction of James Griffin.
Though we still don’t understand much about the callings, we’ve always known that we could rely on them as warnings for what’s to come next.
Manifest – Upgrade (1×14)
To be brutally honest, Manifest Season 1 Episode 14 felt like a bit of a cop-out.
Much of the drama surrounded Adrian and his Church of the Returned, but other than him being a con-artist and wolf in sheep’s who scammed naive people out of their money, it didn’t feed much into the main storyline.
I really thought that the “wolf” comment would be connected to Cal and Zeke’s calling, but alas, I was wrong.
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