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Episode 6: Sparklefingers
Prime Video  ·  50 minutes  ·  Original Broadcast: April 21, 2023

Directed by: Ugla Hauksdóttir  |  Written by: Stacy Osei-Kuffour, Raelle Tucker, Brennan Peters

Official synopsis: Governments are introducing new laws on EOD testing, while Urbandox’s followers are growing more dangerous – forcing some to keep their Power hidden, while putting others in the line of fire.

Episode Recap
Please note that recaps feature spoilers on the individual episode.
This recap was written by Ally Ham for The Review Geek, April 21, 2023

Margot and Rob talk to each other for the first time since their fight, but they can’t get past it. She feels she can’t trust him, and he feels she doesn’t care about doing the right thing. At work, Helen asks Margot to keep her power quiet, as women in their office are getting fired just for having it. Tunde returns home to Nigeria for a wedding, where he reconnects with Ndudi and tries to convince the groom-to-be not to cancel his wedding just because his fiancée has the power. Roxy visits Terry’s graveside. He died in the struggle after Roxy killed the man responsible for her mom’s death. Her other brother, Darell, admits to her he doesn’t want to be part of their dad’s business anymore. Roxy, being extremely powerful and intimidating, ends up making herself useful in Bernie’s business, however.

Jos uses her powers in an intimate scenario with Ryan, and it seems to make him uncomfortable. When she doesn’t stop after he tells her to, he pushes her away, causing her to injure her lip. Blaming him, she runs off. Jos later apologizes to Ryan, but he reveals it’s not her power that freaks him out. He didn’t want to have sex because he hadn’t yet told her that he was born intersex, with both genitalia. She doesn’t mind this, but she doesn’t appreciate another secret he’s been keeping. Because he has higher levels of estrogen, he gained the power when she accidentally shocked him before they started dating. Jos is angry that he never told her, but he doesn’t care. It’s his body, and he doesn’t owe her anything.

Governor Danden declares a statewide public health emergency, meaning that all women have to test for EOD. Margot has to sit down for the test, which sends a shock through her body, but she manages to pass the test by not showing that she’s feeling pain. She’s able to hide her EOD for now. And she returns a threat to Danden-she’ll see him in the primaries because she’ll be challenging him for the Senate seat. Rob gets a drink with Declan, who is about to go to Carpathia for a follow-up investigation. Rob vents his frustrations about Margot. He never before had a problem being with a powerful woman, but he and the kids didn’t sign up for this. They’re all in danger because of her public stance.

Rob keeps these feelings to himself when Margot announces to her family that she’s going to run for senate. Matty blows up about how the male voice is being lost. He thinks Margot and Rob are a prime example of how women are emasculating men. That night, Margot and Jos smoke together again. Jos says she supports her mom. The two of them agree to keep Margot’s EOD a secret, even from Rob, until the election.

Margot’s family stands with her as she announces her campaign for Senate. But something horrifying happens during the announcement. The man who stood outside her house earlier sets himself on fire, the words of UrbanDox ringing in his mind.

Guest Cast: Jasmine Chen (Liu), Jasmine Lukuku (Shandra), Kayla Deorksen (Denise Test Admin), Risteard Cooper (Declan Blease), Muadi Ilung (Lagos Bridesmaid 1), Asekho Nkinqa (Lagos Bridesmaid 2), Heather Agyepong (Ndudi), Paul Brightwell (David), Colton Mackie (Aidan), Samantha Allison (Vanessa), Chloe Jarrett-Bell (Dion), Phoebe Douglas (Kiera), Marta Kielkowicz (Kasia), Leena Makoff (Monte), Graham Verchere (Urbandox), Tiffany Alycia Tong (Quinn), Ashley De Guzman (Yuki), Forrest Rozitis (Scrawny Teenager), Risteard Cooper (Declan Blease), Ana Ularu (Zoia), Andrew Roux (Captain), Aidan Scott (Refugee Man 1), Zak Rowlands (Gangster 1), Ryan Kruger (Gangster 2), Dragos Mostenescu (Russian Diplomat), Alexandru Bindea (Viktor Moskalev), Bogdan Albulescu (General Miron), Emily Renée (Savannah), Belle Furguson (Riley), Max Gold (Lester Sprink), Avital Lvova (Liat Monke), Peyvand Sadeghian (Kimaya), Andreea Diac (Colette), Mavin Rasheed (Sofia), Maria Valente de Almeida (Zoia Army 1), Anja Taljaard (Zoia Army 2), Mikkie-Dene Le Roux (Zoia Army 3), Marie Cavanna (Zoia Army 4), Eloise Pennycott (Marinela), Bayra Bela (Solongo), Phil Daniels (Primrose), Paul Brightwell (David), Jenny Gayner (Woman by Pool), Zaris-Angel Hator (Sima), Alli Boyer-Ybarra (Luanne), Lex Mayson (Jean), Emily Kuroda (Sister Veronica), Daniela Vega (Sister Maria Ignacia), Zoe Bullock (Gordy), Samiah Khan (Talia), Eva-Jane Willis (Sister Bianca), Rita Bernard-Shaw (Jade)