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Second episode of 'Resurrection' full of secrets

The second episode of "Resurrection" aired Sunday, March 16, 2014 on ABC. Viewers were anxious to find out how Jacob (Landon Gimenez) and Caleb (Sam Hazeldine) returned from the dead, but this episode left viewers with more questions...and very few answers.

Maggie (Devin Kelley) and Bellamy (Omar Epps) peer into the casket
Maggie (Devin Kelley) and Bellamy (Omar Epps) peer into the casket
Lucille (Frances Fisher) and Jacob (Landon Gimenez) enjoy a day on the soccer field

Unlike Jacob, Caleb denied that he had any recollection of his death. His daughter, Elaine (Samaire Armstrong, "Sons of Anarchy," "The Mentalist") welcomed him back with open arms. His son Ray (Travis Young, "Remnants") was a bit more cautious. Perhaps Ray had a right to be cautious, though. Caleb is not what he seems. Viewers quickly realized this after he attacked a man with a hammer.

Many new questions were raised this episode to keep viewers intrigued, such as, how did Jacob and Caleb return? Why does Jacob remember his death while Caleb does not? Why is Caleb following Jacob?

The series has struck a chord with many viewers. Many are intrigued the by the concept and excited by the series' fresh idea. Still others are tuning in for the mystery. One thing is for certain, ABC's got a lot of tongues wagging with this series.

Points to ponder:

  • Who did Maggie "find" when she ran into the man her mother had had an affair with years earlier?
  • What did Caleb's message to Jacob at the ball field mean?
  • What was in the casket?

So what do you think of the series? If one of your friends/relatives came back from the dead, would you question how, like Ray, or would you be more apt to just accept it without question, like Lucille?

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