|All Tomorrow's Parties|
|Series||U.S. TV Series|
|Original Airdate(s)||06 November 2013|
|Writer(s)||Leigh Dana Jackson and Grainne Godfree|
|Previous||"Kill or Be Killed"|
|Next||"Sorry For Your Loss"|
"All Tomorrow's Parties" is the fifth episode of season 1 of The Tomorrow People U.S. TV Series.
Official Synopsis Edit
After Stephen breaks Ultra protocol during a training exercise, Jedikiah's mysterious boss insists on meeting Stephen. Stephen grows concerned when he learns Jedikiah is unable to protect him so he turns to John, who is only interested for selfish reasons.
Elsewhere, the Tomorrow People are desperate to go topside to a party like normal people, but John and Coburn disagree on the dangerous plan. Meanwhile, Stephen makes a plan to go to Homecoming with Astrid, but when he bails on her once again, she decides to find out what he is really up to.
Guest Cast Edit
- Nick Eversman as Kurt Rundle
- Meta Golding as Darcy Nichols
- Simon Merrells as The Founder
- Laura Slade as Irene Quinn
- Jessa Danielson as Smoking Hottie
- Hiro Kanagawa as Corbin
- Dagan Nish as Bryce
- Christoper Pearce as Bouncer
- Mathias Retamal as Mark Menendez
- Robert Ham of Paste Magazine wrote a positive review, saying "this is the best episode they’ve done yet in this inaugural season."
- Andy Behbakht of TVOvermind.com had a similar opinion, writing that it was "the strongest episode of The Tomorrow People since it started."
- Jessica Hickam of Sheknows.com echoed the sentiments, saying that it was "definitely the best episode yet".
The episode scored a 0.6 rating and 2 share in the adults 18-49 demographic, but saw gains in the adults 18-34 demo (0.5/2, up 25%) and in the men 18-34 demo (0.7/2, up 40%). It also saw increases in delayed viewing.
- The title of the episode refers to the song "All Tomorrow's Parties" by The Velvet Underground.
Episode Details Edit
- Three people died in Ultra's ambush on Club Barcelona.
- Cara finds out about John's ability to kill.
- Stephen reveals his powers to Astrid.
- ↑ November 5-7 on The CW: New Synopses for The Originals, Supernatural, The Tomorrow People, and The Vampire Diaries, www.dreadcentral.com, retrieved 17 October 2013
- ↑ The Tomorrow People Review: "All Tomorrow's Parties" (Episode 1.06), pastemagazine.com, retrieved 07 November 2013
- ↑ The Tomorrow People 1.05 Review: "All Tomorrow's Parties", tvovermind.com, retrieved 07 November 2013
- ↑ Top 10 reasons The Tomorrow People is heating up, sheknows.com, retrieved 11 November 2013
- ↑ 'Arrow' Hits Season Highs & 'The Tomorrow People' Gains, tvbythenumbers.zap2it.com, retrieved 07 November 2013