'Awake': What did Captain Harper mean?
"I have it under control," Harper says.
"That's what you said before," he says.
"You should have listened -- instead of taking out his whole family. That was insane," she says.
Taking out his whole family?! Does that mean both Hannah ( Laura Allen) and Rex ( Dylan Minnette) are dead?? Or perhaps that they're both alive but simply "missing" (one from each reality)? Or maybe they were wiped from his consciousness -- one in each reality -- "Endless Sunshine of the Spotless Mind"-style, and they both still exist in each world, just not to Michael.
Also, not sure if you noticed, but the reality in which the scene between Harper and the man takes place has the yellow lighting -- the same as the one where Michael's wife is alive. The one where his son is alive has more of a blue lighting. Could this be a hint that the reality with Hannah is the "real" reality?
Or perhaps the fact that we see Harper and the man away from Michael means they were meeting in a different reality altogether? (I'm kind of confusing myself at this point.)
Also, why do you think Harper needs protection? And who was the man referring to when he said, "All anyone wants is to get past this and keep going"?
These were the theories I had based on the pilot episode, and as you can see, most have to be kicked to the curb:
Aliens. Still on the table.
Government experiment. Still on the table.
And as one reader pointed out last week, there's still the possibility there was never a wife and son to begin with (which gave me goose bumps, by the way).
There's definitely something larger at work here. Any ideas about what it might be?