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Alphas' Cameron Hicks (Warren Christie) and Nina Theroux (Laura Mennell) have agreed to cool down their burgeoning romance. Actually doing so, though, may be easier said than done.
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"They both came to a realization that maybe stepping back was the best way to go for right now," Christie tells TVGuide.com. "But those feelings are underlying — they are always going to be there. We'll see them pop in and out as things go along."
The duo will perhaps have to fight those feelings in Monday's episode (10/9c, Syfy) when Hicks and Nina go undercover to investigate an obstetrician (guest star Brent Spiner), who is conducting a medical experiment that could be detrimental to all future Alphas, perhaps at the behest of Red Flag. That forces the team to bring an Alpha back to their offices, where all hell breaks loose, thanks to Lost's Rebecca Mader, who also guest-stars as a super-stealthy Alpha...