Rate & Discuss: Nightvisiting
London is infiltrated by an eerie alien with the ability to morph into the shape of lost loved ones. Confronted with these emotional encounters, the team must overcome the persuasion of this strange new threat, and battle through the streets to stop Tanya from being lost forever.
Class continued this weekend as our heroes found themselves being kept up all night by a tantalising, tentacled temptress (try saying that three times when you’re drunk!). Basically, it was business as usual – but was Nightvisiting a tale worth Charlie & Co staying up for?
The latest episode took place on the second anniversary of Tanya’s father’s sudden death, so obviously the last person she was expecting to see at the end of her bed was her father himself. Was it just teenage angst, or the end of the world? Well, a bit of both, as it turns out, though leaning more towards the latter as it was all an evil ploy by the luring Lankin.
This story was definitely Vivian Oparah’s time to shine, although the other Classmates got a fair crack at the whip, too. As Charlie and Matteusz took their relationship to the next level (*ahem*), April revealed just why she’s always so god damn sensible, and it was third time lucky for Ram who, for the first time this series, didn’t get splattered in blood. (He did get covered in goo, of course, but this is definitely a step in the right direction!)
Ultimately, however, Nightvisiting was a powerful episode with an intriguing premise, but what did you take away from its exploration of death and deception? You can read our review here, but we would love to know if you agree or disagree in the comments below…