More and more is being revealed. First, we have to talk about the creepiness of Adrian Veidt fishing babies out of the lake and then "growing" them into adults in his lab. That was just bizarre. But it seems he's definitely trying to figure out a way to escape and seems to have found it with the catapult. The bodies he flung into the sky seemed to abruptly disappear at some point. I wonder if he's in some kind of alternate-reality bubble. The part I don't understand is why he thinks that simply getting outside the bubble will set him free. For all he knows, the bubble is on Mars or the moon or Antarctica or in outer space and if he gets outside the bubble, he'll suffocate or freeze to death. Lady Trieu is an interesting addition. The fact that she's working with Will Reeves is very intriguing. Will said that in three days, Angela is going to find out what he did and she's going to hate him. Does that mean he killed Judd? Clearly he's not a feeble old man in a wheelchair as he originally wanted her to believe. And when they said "tick-tock, tick-tock" at the end of that scene, was that because they're in league with or somehow behind the Seventh Kavalry? Or was that a reference to the giant Doomsday Clock? Angela didn't seem all that surprised when Petey told her that Laurie Blake was the child of two of the original Minutemen. I wonder if she already knew. Or she's just really good at suppressing her emotions. A few other things to discuss but can't remember specifics at this point. Your turn . . .