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Kyle XY Episode: "Endgame"

Season 1, Episode 10
Episode Synopsis: The Tragers are glad that Kyle will be fine after an incident at the carnival, but are shocked when a couple show up at the hospital claiming to be his parents.
Original Air Date: Aug 28, 2006
Guest Cast Bill Dow: Prof. Kern Carrie Genzel: Julia Peterson Nicholas Lea: Tom Foss Andrew Jackson: Cyrus Reynolds Ken Tremblett: David Peterson Sarah-Jane Redmond: Ms. Thatcher Merritt Patterson: Ashleigh
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Season 1, Episode 10
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Aired: 8/28/2006
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June 4, 2007: Endgame Season 1, Episode 10

Before the second season of Kyle XY premieres next Monday, June 11, here's a refresher of where we left off. I spent last weekend watching Season 1 on DVD (available at Amazon), and the special extended-cut version of the DVD has some differences, but I think it works better. At the start of the last episode, Kyle's in the hospital recovering from his seizure on the merry-go-round, which befell him while straining to hear Declan and Charlie's conversation. While he is in the hospital, we find out that Kyle supposedly disappeared five years earlier on his way to school. He was living in Hong Kong at that time. We also find out that the supposed reason that Kyle has no belly button is because as a child he had several operations to reposition his organs, and as a result, he was left without a belly button. Does anyone else find this hard to believe? First, if they really did that type of surgery, there would be visible scars on his skin that a trained eye, like a doctor, would be able to detect. Second, the MRI they gave Kyle should have detected internal scarring as his organs were repositioned. I don't know why this information from the Petersons (Kyle's supposed parents) did not raise a red flag in Nicole's and Stephen's minds - it did for me. Once Kyle is home, the kids want to get to the church so they can attend the service for Amanda's confirmation. Now, I am not Catholic, so correct me if I am wrong, but isn't a child's confirmation usually in their early teens, around 13 or 14. I take these kids to all be in their mid-teens, between 15 and 17. This just seemed out of place. I did find it interesting that Kyle always seems to notice the contradictions of the other people around him. In this case, he notices Charlie sitting with Amanda's mom but flirting with his eyes/body language with Hilary. Later Kyle is in need of some advice and guidance, so he heads back to the church, and while he is sitting there, someone just comes over and sits down next to him to give him some. They never really show this person except in profile. But he is definitely not a priest. I am wondering if this person is Adam Bailyn. As Kyle leaves the church, he is kidnapped by Foss and taken back to the woods to jar his memory. He does start to remember during his ride to the woods. It looks like Kyle is lying across the back seat of a car. While in the woods, someone tries to kill both Kyle and Foss. They make a run for it, and then Kyle gets Foss to tell him how he ended up in the woods. At this point Foss reveals that Kyle came from some sort of pod and was in fact only born two months earlier. This just raises more questions in Kyle's mind. Foss also tells Kyle that as long as Kyle stays with the Tragers, he is putting them all in danger. If Foss had Kyle, even though he was shot in the arm, why did he send/take Kyle back to the Tragers? He could have just as easily taken him to the safe house. When Kyle gets back to the Tragers', he announces his decision to go with the Petersons. We see Steven and Nicole packing Kyle's things, Josh running away because he can't cope, and Declan and Lori looking depressed. (While we are on the subject of Lori, doesn't she look like Stockard Channing?) It is interesting that Kyle is actually telling a lie, after stating in an earlier episode that lying is bad and that he should not do it. Everyone gathers outside to say goodbye to Kyle. Once they come back in the house, Stephen finds that Kyle left him a message on his computer. When he follows the instructions, the whole house is filled with music, and all the computer screens/TVs display the pictures that Kyle has drawn of the Tragers. This pretty much pushes all the Tragers over the edge and you start to see their brave facades start to crumble. Meanwhile the Petersons are driving Kyle somewhere. While in the car, Kyle compliments them on their ability to lie. He also sheds a tear as he remembers more about his conversation with Foss in the woods. Finally, the Petersons drop Kyle in front of some gated house. The gate opens and Kyle enters. He approaches a man that is sitting by a pond. The man introduces himself as Adam Bailyn and mentions that it is nice to see Kyle again. (So, Adam was the man in the church!) Kyle has lots of questions for Adam and asks him to start at the beginning. And this is where Season 1 ended. So, is everyone all set for the start of Season 2? I can tell you I already watched the season premiere about three weeks ago. The new season is shaping up to be fantastic with one major new character: Jessi XX. The premiere answers a lot of lingering questions and gives us a whole bunch of new ones to ponder. Use our Online Video Guide to catch, this past Monday's episode or other Kyle XY videos. Cheers. show less
Before the second season of Kyle XY premieres next Monday, June 11, here's a refresher of where we left off. I spent last weekend watching Season 1 on DVD (available at Amazon), and the special extended-cut version of the DVD has some differences, but I think it works better.At the start of the last episode, Kyle's in the hospital recovering from his seizure on the merry-go-round, which befell him while straining to hear Declan and Charlie’s conversation. While he is in the hospital, we find out that Kyle supposedly disappeared five years earlier on his way to school. He was living in Hong Kong at that time. We also find out that the supposed reason that Kyle has no belly button is because as a child he had several operations to reposition his organs, and as a result, he was left without a belly button.Does anyone else find this hard to believe? First, if they really did that type of surgery, there would be visible scars on his skin that a trained eye, like a doctor, would be a... read more

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