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#101 : Vol retour

De retour à New York après des vacances en famille en Jamaïque, la famille Stone est séparée. Michaela, son frère Ben ainsi que le jeune fils de celui-ci qui est gravement malade, se retrouvent sur un vol ultérieur tandis que la femme, la fille et les parents de Ben prennent le vol prévu.

Lorsque le second vol atterrit, les passagers sont déconcertés de découvrir que cinq ans et demi se sont écoulés. Ils tentent de renouer avec les êtres chers qui ont pleuré leur disparition et sont allés de l'avant, et essaient de comprendre un phénomène mystifiant qui les pousse à agir d'une manière qu'ils ne comprennent pas. 


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Grace Stone (Athena Karkanis) & Ben Stone (Josh Dallas)

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Saanvi (Parveen Kaur) entourée par ses parents

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Ben Stone (Josh Dallas)

Olive Stone (Luna Blaise)

Olive Stone (Luna Blaise)

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Jared Williams (J.R. Ramirez)

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Olive Stone (Luna Blaise) & Cal Stone (Jack Messina)

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Jared Williams (J.R. Ramirez)

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Michaela Stone (Melissa Roxburgh)

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Grace Stone (Athena Karkanis)

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Grace Stone (Athena Karkanis) retrouve son fils Cal Stone (Jack Messina)

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Grace Stone (Athena Karkanis) & Ben Stone (Josh Dallas)

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Ben (Josh Dallas) et ses jumeaux, Olive (Jenna Kurmemaj) et Cal (Jack Messina)

Michaela et Ben Stone (Melissa Roxburgh et Josh Dallas) regardent leurs proches s'éloigner

Michaela et Ben Stone (Melissa Roxburgh et Josh Dallas) regardent leurs proches s'éloigner

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Ben (Josh Dallas), Cal (Jack Messina) & Grace (Athena Karkanis)

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Grace Stone (Athena Karkanis)

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Ben Stone (Josh Dallas) veut apprendre à connaître sa fille, Olive Stone (Luna Blaise)

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Ben Stone (Josh Dallas)

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Michaela Stone (Melissa Roxburgh)

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Michaela Stone (Melissa Roxburgh)

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Grace Stone (Athena Karkanis) & Olive Stone (Luna Blaise)

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Saanvi (Parveen Kaur)

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Cal Stone (Jack Messina)

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Scénariste : Jeff Rake
Réalisateur : David Frankel
Melissa Roxburgh ... Michaela Stone
Josh Dallas ... Ben Stone
Athena Karkanis ... Grace Stone
J.R. Ramirez ... Jared Vasquez
Parveen Kaur ... Saanvi Bahl
Jack Messina ... Cal Stone
Luna Blaise ... Olive Stone

Joel de la Fuente ... Brian Cardoso
Frank Deal ... Bill Daly
Curtiss Cook ... Radd Campbell
Richard Topol ... Harvey Stein
Julienne Hanzelka Kim ... Kelly Taylor
Daryl Edwards ... Robert ance
Jim True-Frost ... Dave Hynes
Alfredo Narciso ... Capitaine Riojas
Malachy Cleary ... Steve Stone
Geraldine Leer ... Karen Stone
Jenna Kurmemaj ... Olive jeune
Leajato Amara Robinson ... Danny Clarke
Kapil Bawa ... Le père de Saanvi
Jonée B. Shady ... La mère de Saanvi
John Wojda ... Garrison
Mark Kenneth Smaltz ... Sergent Robertson
Omar Torres ... Diaz
Thursday Farrar ... Docteur Williams
Onata Aprile ... Hallie Pyler
Lacey DeLaFuente ... Samantha Pyler

Michaela Stone: No one can explain what happened to us on April 7, 2013. Some people called it impossible. Others called it a miracle. All I know is... It was the day my life changed forever. If you'd seen us that afternoon, you probably would have thought we looked like a typical American family returning home from vacation. My brother, Ben, and his wife, Grace, still in love after 15 years. Their twins, Olive and Cal, always bickering like an old married couple. And the real old married couple... My parents. Still in perfect health, still trying to run my life.

Karen Stone: It's not just about you. This family needs something to celebrate.

Michaela Stone: Okay, that's a pretty backwards reason for a wedding, but...

Steve Stone: How's this for a reason? Jared loves you.

Karen Stone: And I know you love him.

Michaela Stone: Typical, right? But what you couldn't see is that Cal's leukemia wasn't responding to treatment... Or that Ben and Grace were desperately struggling to find a cure... Or that I still had nightmares about the car accident.

Karen Stone: Michaela Beth, even people that have made mistakes deserve happiness. You know my favorite verse... "All things work together for good."

Michaela Stone: I don't believe that anymore, Mom. How can I?

Michaela Stone: Which is why, when I got the chance to stay away from home for even a few more hours, I jumped at it.

Announcer: All passengers for Flight 537 to New York, John F. Kennedy Airport, your attention, please. This flight is oversold. We are offering travel vouchers in the amount of $400 for anyone willing to take a later flight.

Michaela Stone: Yes. That's me.

Grace Stone: No.

Ben Stone: It's $400 per person. That's our next trip down to the Mayo Clinic.

Cal Stone: I'll stay with Dad.

Ben Stone: There you go. Man time. All right. All right.

Michaela Stone: So Grace and Olive and my folks took the first flight home while Ben and Cal and I waited for Flight 828… Funny how one little decision can ruin your life… But also save it.


Bethany Collins: Peanuts? You're welcome. Ma'am, would you like peanuts?

Kelly Taylor: Do you have anything sodium-free?

Bethany Collins: Peanuts?

Ben Stone: Mom's not wrong. Jared's not gonna wait around forever.

Michaela Stone: Great marriage pep talk. Thank you.

Ben Stone: Why are you fighting this, when all it's gonna do is make you happy? It's all we want for you.

Michaela Stone: That was really sweet of you. You must be drunk.

Ben Stone: Definitely. Say yes to Jared. Have a wedding and a honeymoon. Turn the page. It's time. And, yes, you deserve it… Truly.


Stewart: It's okay. Everyone...

Bill Daly: Ugh. Terribly sorry, folks. That was extreme turbulence resulting from a sudden weather surge that was not on the radar. Rest assured, engines' controls are okay. But, please, keep those seat belts fastened.


Bethany Collins: Is there anything crazy-important on there?

Saanvi Bahl: Only six weeks' worth of research data.

Passenger: Stewardess. I'm gonna need another drink.

Bethany Collins: You and me both, sir. You and me both.


Bill Daly: New York approach. Montego Air 8-2-8. Level one five thousand.

Air Trafic Controller: This is New York approach. Uh, repeat your call sign, please?

Bill Daly: We are MA 8-2-8. Repeat... Montego Air 8-2-8. Montego Bay to JFK. Copy that? Any time now.

Air Trafic Controller: Can I get your name, Captain, and the number of passengers and crew on your manifest?

Bill Daly: Uh, this is Captain William Daly. We have 191 souls on board, all of whom would love to touch down on one of your runways.


Bill Daly: Sorry, folks. Apologies and a half. We are diverting to Stewart Airport up in Newburgh... Spitting distance from the city. But for any of those who are trying to make a connecting flight, we owe you one. Flight attendants, prepare for landing.


Bethany Collins: Yes, we did, people. Welcome to New York, where local time is 11:49 p.m. On behalf of your flight crew, we'd like to thank you all for flying Montego Air.


Ben Stone: Seriously? No service?

Michaela Stone: Same.

Bill Daly: And the inconvenience continues. We've been asked to deplane right here on the tarmac.

Cal Stone: Cool!


Robert Vance: Who's Daly?

Michaela Stone: When do they ever do this?

Ben Stone: Never. Something's happening.

Michaela Stone: Excuse me. T-There are sick people here. What exactly is the problem?

Robert Vance: The problem, ladies and gentlemen, is your plane departed Montego Bay, Jamaica, on April 7, 2013. Today is November 4, 2018. You've all been missing, presumed dead, for 5 1/2 years.

All: What?!


Ben Stone: Hey.

Cal Stone: Hm?

Ben Stone: Medicine.

Cal Stone: When can we leave?

Michaela Stone: Soon, buddy. They're just... They're gonna talk to us, take a little look at us, and then we can get out of here, okay?

Cal Stone: If it's really been five years, how am I still alive?

Ben Stone: Do you feel five years older? Neither do I. Don't worry.


Robert Vance: Let's start simply. After the plane left Jamaica, where did you land?

Bill Daly: We never landed anywhere until we landed right here.

Robert Vance: Now tell me what really happened.

Danny Clarke: Took off on time. Arrived 3 hours and 19 minutes later.

Bethany Collins: Is this some kind of a stunt?! For God's sake!

Saanvi Bahl: It makes no sense.

Bill Daly: Clear air, heavy chop. Instruments never detected a thing.

Radd Campbell: Turbulence. Like the roof was going to come right off, you know?

Kelly Taylor: I... We... What are you talking...

Passenger: I'm gonna sue this airline into the ground.

Michaela Stone: I need to make a call, okay? I need... I need to call my boy... My fiancé.

Ben Stone: My son has leukemia. He's not about to submit to testing of any kind.

Cal Stone: I want my mom.


Grace Stone: Ben! Ben! Ben! Oh, my God!

Steve Stone: Ohh!

Ben Stone: It's okay. We're okay. We're okay.

Grace Stone: I don't understand. How are you exactly the same? You... Haven't aged a day.

Ben Stone: Olive.

Grace Stone: Cal! Cal! Cal! Cal, Cal. I know, I know, I know. It's okay.

Michaela Stone: Where's, uh... Where's mom and Jared?

Steve Stone: I texted with Jared. He couldn't make it over. Work emergency.

Michaela Stone: And Mom?

Steve Stone: Your mom got sick. She... She fought so hard.

Michaela Stone: What do you... What do you mean, sick?

Steve Stone: She loved you kids more than life itself. You were everything to her.

Michaela Stone: No! No, no. I was just... I was just running with her on the beach. I came out here to tell her t-that she was right about me and Jared. No, Dad. No, no! No, I can't...


Journalist 1: ...As the entire world focuses on Flight 828.

Journalist 2: Where was Flight 828 for five years?

Journalist 1: As a multitude of government agencies, including NASA, Homeland Security, and the NSA, descend upon New York, the story of the century now touches this middle-class neighbourhood here in suburban Queens.


Grace Stone: Your mom made it after...

Michaela Stone: That cheesy verse was her mantra. Actually, I'm pretty sure it's the last thing she said to me.

Grace Stone: I'm sorry to stick you down here. We hung onto your apartment as long as we could, but eventually, we had to let it go.

Michaela Stone: Hey, can I use the phone?

Grace Stone: Yeah, of course.

Michaela Stone: Thanks.

Grace Stone: We gave up the landline.

Jared Vasquez: Hey, it's Jared Vasquez. Please leave a mess...

Grace Stone: All set.

Michaela Stone: Thank you. Hey, Grace? Look, I know you probably don't want, uh, Miss Bad Influence hanging around the kids. I would get...

Grace Stone: Michaela, no. M-Michaela... This is your home. For as long as you'd like. That's ancient history.

Michaela Stone: It was two days ago for me. I am still the same screw-up that you said goodbye to in Jamaica.

Grace Stone: The universe just gave all of us a do-over. Everything that happened before goes out the window.

Michaela Stone: All things...

Grace Stone: Are you okay?

Michaela Stone: Yeah. Yeah, I'm okay. Sorry.

Grace Stone: Okay. Anything you need, please. I'm just upstairs.

Michaela Stone: Okay. Thanks.


Lead Investigator: We interviewed every last one of them. Nothing. And still haven't come across a single substance dating from any time between the day the flight took off and when it returned. It's as if the plane never left the sky.

Robert Vance: Do I have to say out loud that that's impossible?

Lead Investigator: Director, no one on that plane aged a day. I think we've taken impossible off the table.


Robertson: As I live and breathe.

Michaela Stone: Hey, Sarge. Getting a lifetime supply of hugs.

Robertson: Of course you are. Come back from the dead, you've earned yourself a hug. Didn't expect you getting back to work this fast.

Michaela Stone: Probably not quite yet, assuming I actually still have a job here.

Robertson: Technically, you still remain on desk duty. I'm guessing we can drum up a desk for you when you're ready.


Jared Vasquez: You're so young. You look exactly the same.

Michaela Stone: Yeah. You look even better. I don't know how men do that.

Jared Vasquez: I'm sorry I didn't come to the airport. I'm lead detective on this abduction case. Every hour counts.

Michaela Stone: Detective? Wow.

Jared Vasquez: A lot has changed since you've been gone.

Michaela Stone: Who is she?

Jared Vasquez: Lourdes.

Michaela Stone: That makes sense. She always told me how lucky I was.

Jared Vasquez: Michaela, it was two years before I even looked at another woman.

Michaela Stone: Sorry. I, uh...


Grace Stone: You okay?


Dr. Williams: His cell count is exactly the same. We're right where we were. It's amazing. It's truly amazing.

Ben Stone: So we pick up with the same regimen, right where we left off?

Dr. Williams: Well, that would be our backup plan, but there's a new treatment protocol for pediatric cases within Cal's profile. It's a game-changer.

Ben Stone: Game-changer how?

Dr. Williams: Well, it's still in the phase 3 trial, so we have to apply for him to join the patient group, which I'll do right now. If we get him admitted and we get a jump on the treatment, the odds are excellent.

Ben Stone: Uh, can we manage some expectations here? You said six months. You implied it would take a miracle.

Grace Stone: Earth to Ben. You all came back to us. You are sitting here right now, baby. A miracle just happened!


Journalist: ... Coverage of Montego Air Flight 828 will continue, but first this NBC4 Update. Sisters Hallie and Samantha Pyler of Astoria were abducted from their backyard early Sunday morning. The case has resulted in thousands of calls to the NYPD, according to 129th Precinct Detective Jared Vasquez.

Jared Vasquez: We're working nonstop pursuing all viable leads. Please keep your eyes and ears open. If you hear anything, make sure you contact your local police department.


Michaela Stone: Slower. Slower!

Michaela Stone: Excuse me. Can you slow down? Excuse me?

Driver: Do I come to your work and tell you how to do your job?

Michaela Stone: Slower!

Michaela Stone: Slow down! Now!

Driver: How'd you see him coming?! Lady! How the hell?!


Ben Stone: You all right?

Michaela Stone: Is your mind messing with you?

Ben Stone: Where to begin?

Michaela Stone: Ben, I'm serious. Earlier today, I heard a voice in my head.

Ben Stone: What do you mean, voice? Whose voice?

Michaela Stone: It was my voice, but it was talking to me.

Ben Stone: So, like a psychotic voice?

Michaela Stone: Can you not diagnose me right now and just listen? Look, normally I'd go to Mom about all this, but now I'm stuck with you.

Ben Stone: I lost my mom, too.

Michaela Stone: I didn't mean that.

Ben Stone: I know. Sorry. You want to know what I think? I think it sounds like you're losing your mind.

Michaela Stone: Yeah, of course you do.

Ben Stone: No, I'm not being glib. Keep it to yourself before you end up in a psych ward having exploratory brain surgery. What do you think, the government just sent us home and forgot about us? Who knows what they'll try in order to find out what happened? And I don't want anything to happen to you… That's what I think.


Saanvi’s Father: Hold your horses, honey.

Saanvi Bahl: What? What?! Oh, my. Really?


All: Surprise!

Dr. Cardoso: Saanvi?

Saanvi Bahl: Dr. Cardoso. Hi. Look, I don't understand. I was trying to race to you so I can get you my research off of the portal, and...

Dr. Cardoso: I got your research five years ago. Your cell-regeneration model isn't just theoretical after all.

Saanvi Bahl: It works? As an actual clinical success?

Dr. Cardoso: We've been treating pediatric cancer patients for close to 30 months.

Saanvi Bahl: Oh, you can't be serious.

Dr. Cardoso: Couldn't be more. It's already saved hundreds of young lives.


Cal Stone: Dad, can I have a pretzel?

Ben Stone: Pretzel? I guess. Here you go, buddy.

Cal Stone: Thanks.

Ben Stone: I need a job. If we luck into this treatment, chances are it's gonna cost a fortune, and work insurance won't pay for it.

Grace Stone: We don't know that. It pays for Olive's therapy.

Ben Stone: She goes to therapy?

Grace Stone: Yeah. Twice a week. For years now. Early on, she didn't even want to leave the house, let alone ride in a car or go to school. She couldn't have sleepovers 'cause of the nightmares. I mean, most of that's gone now, thank God.

Ben Stone: She grew up too fast.

Grace Stone: She had no choice.


Michaela Stone: Set them free! Set them free! Set them free.


Michaela Stone: Set them free. Set them free. Set them free. Set them free!


Michaela Stone: How'd you find me? Ben. What are you doing here?

Ben Stone: Setting them free. I've been hearing it ever since I drove by here this afternoon.

Michaela Stone: You said I was losing my mind, Ben! Why'd you lie to me?

Ben Stone: Because maybe I don't want to be a circus freak! I don't have the time for it. I got to help Cal, find a goddamn job, get to know my daughter, reclaim my life!

Michaela Stone: Do you think I am any happier about this? Who would want to reclaim my life, Ben? Part of me wishes we hadn't come back at all, but here we are.

Ben Stone: To be clear, this is a felony.

Michaela Stone: Yeah, I'm a police officer. I'm pretty sure I know what a felony is. Hey, what if they attack us?

Ben Stone: They'd be doing their job.

Michaela Stone: That was bizarre.

Ben Stone: You think?

Michaela Stone: Now what?

Ben Stone: I don't know. But hearing a voice in your head one time is a fluke. Twice? Now happening to the both of us?

Michaela Stone: Not a fluke.


Officer: Older lady marches in this morning, says she witnessed a break-in last night on a commercial property across from her residence.

Jared Vasquez: Hell of a story. You need me on this because...?

Officer: She was pretty resourceful. Recorded the whole thing on her phone. They never enter the property, just let the dogs out, which were picked up by Animal Control this morning. Look, I could go ahead and process the complaint, unless... You want to handle it.


Jared Vasquez: Help me out here. Michaela, I got three detectives and eight uniforms waiting on my direction to find these abducted girls, and I'm here trying to put out your fire. Does this have to do with me?

Michaela Stone: Excuse me. How?

Jared Vasquez: I don't know. All right? Acting out, you know, trying to get my attention, get back at me.

Michaela Stone: You are such a guy. I break open a fence, and, yeah, it's because you've married my best friend. Look, Lourdes is amazing. You're both amazing. I was gone. How can I blame either of you, right?

Jared Vasquez: Fine. Then what?

Michaela Stone: What? Huh. I don't know. How about the fact that I take off in a plane, and when I land, my mom is dead? Thanks for your condolences, by the way. How about the fact that I have no home, no phone number, not a single worldly possession at all to my name? How about that I lost 5 years, 6 months, and 28 days of the world, of life? How about... Never mind that my lawyer convinced a judge that I was innocent. I will never, ever stop believing that I didn't commit murder when Evie died sitting next to me in my car. So, yeah, as I am standing here, I am trying to figure out whether or not I should be grateful for being back and alive or just guilty, Jared. Which is where I'm leaning.

Jared Vasquez: Michaela, I'm sorry about your mother… I'm so sorry about everything. I'm still trying to wrap my mind around it all myself. Believe me. But I still need an answer. Why? Why did you and your brother break open that fence?

Michaela Stone: I can't explain it. I wish I could.

Jared Vasquez: Go inside and put some more clothes on.

Michaela Stone: Why?

Jared Vasquez: 'Cause you're coming with me to make this go away and save your career. Please.


Player: Over here!

Coach: All right, both teams, take a break! Touch and go. Touch and go.

Olive Stone: Dad. What are you doing here?

Ben Stone: Checking out the team. You guys look good.

Olive Stone: Thanks. Parents don't usually show up to practice.

Ben Stone: Well, this parent's got some catching up to do… Listen. I... Just wanted to say I'm so sorry for... Everything.

Olive Stone: Dad, you don't have to apologize for something that happened to you.

Ben Stone: I made the choice to stay behind.

Olive Stone: It was a long time ago, Dad.

Ben Stone: Not for me. Here you've been all this time, stuck, picking up the pieces. Even before I got on that plane, I'd been so caught up with trying to help Cal get better so he could live a long life. I... I lost sight of your life… And now you probably feel like you don't know me. But we're gonna fix that. I'm not going anywhere… Hey, you better get back out there.


Dr. Miller: We have a full plate today, so we'll just table the rest of the reports until next week. Is that good? Moving on to new applicants.

Saanvi Bahl: How often do these reviews happen?

Intern: Oh. Almost every day. Your survival rates are through the roof. Who wouldn't want in?

Dr. Miller: Okay, here we go. This is an unusual case. Male born April 19, 2002. Initial diagnosis was back in 2011.

Dr. Cardoso: Excuse me?

Dr. Miller: Treating narrative says the boy was on Flight 828.

Dr. Cardoso: Wow. Uh... Okay, uh, unfortunately, his diagnosis date is outside the study parameters. He's lived with this disease for more than six years.

Saanvi Bahl: No, excuse me. For him, it hasn't been six years. Now, if this boy needed treatment before he got onto that plane, he undoubtedly would need it now.

Dr. Cardoso: Of course, I understand how you feel, but... We can't risk breaking protocol. I think we need to deny. Are we in agreement?


Dr. Cardoso: Oh, there you are.

Saanvi Bahl: I reviewed his profile. He is all but terminal.

Dr. Cardoso: Saanvi, we can't save everyone.

Saanvi Bahl: No, of course not, but we can try.

Dr. Cardoso: For the credibility of the study, only the most viable cases can be included.

Saanvi Bahl: Says who? This is your study based on my research. I'm entitled to a voice here.

Dr. Cardoso: We're months away from being bought by a major pharmaceutical. There's too much money on the line for both of us, and I won't let that be jeopardized by an aberrant patient whose results might compromise our track record. Who knows what happened to him on that plane?

Saanvi Bahl: Do you want to know what happened to him on that plane? The exact same thing that happened to me. We both got a second chance. To start over, to live. And I can't explain to you why or how, but I'm not ruling out that just maybe he came back to be saved and I came back to save him. And I couldn't care less about the money. We're giving this boy his chance.


Jared Vasquez: Come on.

Michaela Stone: Is this really necessary?

Jared Vasquez: Yeah. Yeah. You're doing this. I'm just along for the ride. Let's just hope he doesn't want to press charges.

Michaela Stone: Set them free.

Jared Vasquez: Are you okay?

Michaela Stone: Set them free!

Jared Vasquez: Hey, go sit in the car.


Jared Vasquez: Hello! Mr. Garrison?! Hello?!

Mr. Garrison: There those adventurers are! Oh, yes, yes. Come here. Come here. Oh, you good boys.

Jared Vasquez: Detective Jared Vasquez with NYPD.

Mr. Garrison: Oh, thank you, Detective. Aren't you glad to see me, huh?


Michaela Stone: Set them free.


Woman: Flight 828 now boarding. Flight 828.

Karen Stone: All things work together for good.


Jared Vasquez: Listen, Mr. Garrison. I have to disclose that we're aware of who broke open your gate.

Mr. Garrison: Are ya, now? Yeah.

Jared Vasquez: They're two people who have just been through a hell of a crisis, sir. I'd consider it a favour if you'd be willing to, uh, forgo pressing charges. Of course, I'll pay for all the repairs.

Mr. Garrison: Not a problem. I'm not looking to put anyone behind bars.


Michaela Stone: Set them free. Set them free! Set them free. Set them free. Set! Them! Free! Set them free. Set them free. Set them free. Set them free.


Mr. Garrison: What the hell are you doing?!

Jared Vasquez: Michaela! Stop! Michaela!

Michaela Stone: Jared! It's okay. It's okay. You're going home. It's okay. It's done. It's all over. Are you guys okay? Are you okay? Okay.


Captain Riojas: Officer.

Michaela Stone: Captain. Long time no see. For you, at least.

Captain Riojas: Sounds like congratulations are in order. According to Vasquez, this was all you.

Michaela Stone: I'm happy to help.

Captain Riojas: Take a few days off, clear your head, then come in, and we'll talk. See if we can figure out getting you back on the beat.

Michaela Stone: Thank you.

Captain Riojas: Those girls are alive because you came back. It's lucky for all of us.


Michaela Stone: Thanks for putting in a good word.

Jared Vasquez: It's the least I can do… So, I suppose you're not gonna explain to me what happened here today.

Michaela Stone: Like I said, I wish I could. I...

Jared Vasquez: You still take my breath away.

Michaela Stone: Say hi to Lourdes for me.


Ben Stone: You okay?

Grace Stone: Yeah.

Ben Stone: Usually you're the optimist. I'm doom and gloom, remember?

Grace Stone: I am optimistic. And so grateful.

Ben Stone: Said the woman looking like she's about to toss her cookies.

Grace Stone: I have so much to apologize to you for.

Ben Stone: We don't have to get into this now.

Grace Stone: No, I know. I just... I have spent every day of the last five years blaming you. Not only for taking that later flight, but for making Cal so desperate for your attention that he wanted to stay with you. I had maybe, what, six months left with him? And even that you took away from me. But the thing is... I realize now that... For Cal to be here with us today... For Olive to have her twin alive, to maybe grow up beside her... Cal had to be on that plane. He had to.

Ben Stone: Oh, what you've both been through. The only reason we were on that trip in the first place was because you insisted... And bribed me with sex… So if anyone saved Cal... I'm pretty sure it was you.

Grace Stone: No. This is bigger than us.


Lead Investigator: Copy. Everything checks out.

Robert Vance: Then tomorrow, we take it apart piece by piece. This isn't close to over.


TV: Williams into the front court. Dumps it off left side.

Cal Stone: Peel!

Olive Stone: How are you so fast?

Grace Stone: Dump.

Cal Stone: Finished.

Ben Stone: Oh, come on.

Olive Stone: That's ridiculous.

Grace Stone: Cal! Amazing!

Olive Stone: You just learned how to play.

Ben Stone: Nice. Well, not bad for the tiniest 15-year-old on...

Grace Stone: Ben? Are you all right?

Ben Stone: Yeah, I just got dizzy for a second. I'm fine, really. Don't worry. Everything's great.

Grace Stone: Drink some water. I'll get more snacks.

TV:...NBC4 update.

Journalist: Sisters Hallie and Samantha Pyler have been rescued. The kidnapped sisters were found safe at an Astoria metal shop and are being treated at the scene.


Olive Stone: What are you gonna do?


Pastor: Welcome home. Ears burning much? You're the subject of my sermon this Sunday.

Michaela Stone: How do we know if we're the called?

Pastor: We know in our heart… You okay? Michaela?

Michaela Stone: Can I take this?

Pastor: As long as you put it to good use. Looks like your ride's here.


Ben Stone: You saved those girls.

Michaela Stone: We saved those girls. How'd you know I was here?

Ben Stone: I just... Knew.

Michaela Stone: What is this? What is happening? How about this? There were a lot of people on that plane. Why you and me? What makes two head cases like us so special?

Ben Stone: What's the probability it's just you and me?


Michaela Stone: And, of course, it wasn't just the two of us… Ben and I didn't know any of these people yet… But soon, we'd know them as well as we know ourselves… As for whatever force brought us all here... It had no interest in being investigated… And as for the group of us? This was just the beginning.

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Au total, 77 membres ont visionné cet épisode ! Ci-dessous les derniers à l'avoir vu...

09.11.2020 vers 15h

01.06.2020 vers 21h

25.04.2020 vers 04h

29.03.2020 vers 18h

01.03.2020 vers 10h

22.09.2019 vers 13h

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Sevnol  (16.06.2019 à 23:09)

J'avais dit que je repasserais une fois que j'aurais commencé le visionnage, c'est chose faite ! Je viens de finir le premier épisode, et j'avais eu raison de m'intéresser à cette série, j'ai été embarqué dès les premières minutes de l'épisode. 

On ne met pas longtemps à entrer au coeur de l'intrigue, et ça c'est cool. Je crois qu'au moment où les passagers arrivent sur le tarmac, on est un peu dans le même état qu'eux : on se demande ce qu'il se passe et quelles sont tous ces mystères.

Les scènes de retrouvailles sont certes, plutôt rapide, mais j'ai déjà failli verser une petite larme quand les Stone apprennent le décès de leur maman. Et Michaela me fait de la peine, en 5 ans, elle perd sa mère, son appart, son boulot, son fiancé et j'ai même envie de dire toute la vie qu'elle s'était construite... 

Donc tous les passagers et même l'équipage ont des sortes de visions et voix dans la tête. C'est très intriguant, et j'adore, hâte de découvrir la suite !

schumi  (17.05.2019 à 22:54)
Moi aussi j'ai pensé à lost et les 4400 quand j'ai lu de quoi parlait la série. Je n'ai jamais vu les 4400 mais je fais partie des gens qui ont été accro à lost (avant de décrocher un peu quand même à la fin )... bref la scène d'avion m'a convaincue et là durée m'a semblé idéale : pas trop longue comme ça je n'ai pas trop stressé ni trop courte. Par contre les retrouvailles avec la famille et les difficultés à se réintégrer auraient pu être développées. Mais j'ai hâte de voir la suite car c'est très intriguant tout ça....
Aelis  (17.05.2019 à 21:29)

1er épisode sympa ! Quand j'avais lu le synopsis, j'avais tout de suite pensé aux 4400, et c'est tout à fait ça ^^

Je vais voir la suite, mais pour le moment j'ai l'impression qu'il manque quelque chose pour que j'accroche vraiment, je ne sais pas quoi exactement...

Sas1608  (16.05.2019 à 10:46)

Moi aussi j'ai bien aimé ce premier épisode qui nous rentre directement dans l'histoire ! L'histoire a l'air prometteuse, il faut donc voir par la suite ! 

langedu74  (15.05.2019 à 21:23)

J'ai bien aimé ce premier épisode mais j'avoue que j'ai trouvé un peu rapide le début d'épisode sur le passage 2013/2018. Je m'attendais à voir un peu plus en détails la réaction des policiers de 2018 qui voient arriver tous ces voyageurs et la réaction des familles qui se retouvent...

Supersympa  (13.05.2019 à 17:46)

J'ai vu le premier épisode et, si je trouve la série sympa et intéressante, je ne peux pas (encore) dire que je la trouve passionnante. Mais attendons la suite... ^^

Je ne peux cependant m'empêcher de remarquer de sacrés ressemblances avec Les 4400 (des gens qui disparaîssent durant une certaine période, puis qui reviennent sans avoir pris une ride et en ayant certains pouvoirs).

labelette  (07.05.2019 à 22:32)
Message édité : 07.05.2019 à 22:32

Je viens de voir le pilot qui est assez prometteur, j'espère que la série le restera (je n'ai jamais réussi à terminer les 4400 et n'ai jamais accroché à Lost qui sont un peu du même genre, donc on verra).

En 5 ans, de nombreuses choses se sont passées, pas évident donc de retrouver sa place. Et heureusement d'ailleurs que ce n'est pas si facile, sinon ce ne serait pas crédible.

À suivre donc.

stephe  (03.10.2018 à 21:19)

J'ai beaucoup aimé ce pilot !! Très 4400 mais intéressant ! j'hésitais à me lancer et les commentaires m'ont fait basculé ! 

pareil, les retrouvailles m'ont versé quelques larmes ! Pour Ben & Grace, c'était trop facile, dès le 1er appelje  me suis dis elle a eu quelqu'un mais je ne pense pas qu'elle se soit mariée! Je pense pas que Ben lui en veuille, il a l'air assez compréhensif, après à voir si Grace aime l'un plus que l'autre... ^^ dur ! 

Michaela a l'air sympa, j'espère pas "trop" "trop" ^^ mais j'aime bien avec son ex et les voix qu'ils entendent ! hâte d'en savoir plus!

leila36  (01.10.2018 à 20:06)

J'ai adoré ce pilot ! Ca a un petit côté "Lost" et j'adore ! Les mystères et la réalisation, ça donne envie de découvrir la suite...

J'ai adoré la scène de la turbulence qui certes dure 5 minutes mais 5 ans pour d'autres... Le manque de réaction quand le pilote annonce qu'ils vont atterrir, ça en dit long et encore une fois, j'ai adoré !

Par contre, les scènes des retrouvailles qui durent même pas cinq minutes, non et puis perso, j'ai pas trouvé ça très émouvant mais un peu baclée...

Enfin, le fiancée de Grace, j'étais sure qu'il était marié mais quelque chose me dit qu'ils vont se remettre ensemble rapidement donc, je ne m'inquiète pas trop avec eux d'autant plus que Grace va surement revenir dans la police et tenter de le récupérer... Mais en tout cas, j'ai hâte d'en savoir plus son "passé" avant qu'elle monte dans l'avion car apparemment, sa vie n'était pas fabuleuse... Accident et mort de quelqu'un (???)

La voix de la conscience, j'adore également ! Déjà avec le petit garçon dans le bus mais ensuite le "Libère les" qui insiste encore et encore ! Au début, comme Grace, je pensais qu'elle parlait des chiens mais non, j'avais complétement oublié les filles disparues... Bien joué ! Si elle reprend son métier de policière, elle ne devrait pas avoir trop de mal à résoudre les enquêtes. En tout cas, j'ai hâte d'en savoir plus...

D'ailleurs, le numéro de la maison où était les chiens et les filles porte le numéro 828 comme le vol d'où son côté Lost...

La fille qui bosse à l'hopital et qui va se battre pour Cal, heureusement qu'elle comprend et je pense qu'elle va chercher pas mal de réponses en rapport avec le vol...

La femme de Ben, purée, j'étais sure qu'elle cachait quelque chose, je me disais c'est pas possible qu'en 5 ans il ne se soit rien passé pour elle... J'ai adoré avec sa fille à la fin, "Qu'est-ce que tu vas faire?"... Un nouveau mari je pense hâte d'en savoir plus également...

Ben qui entend les voix aussi et les autres passagers aussi... La fin ou une partie de l'avion explose, ils sont liés maintenant...

Bref, un pilot très intriguant et qui donne envie d'en savoir plus... A suivre. :)

CelineAlba  (28.09.2018 à 18:17)

Depuis le pilote de Blacklist, je ne m'étais pas encore retrouvée totalement subjuguée par une série. J'en adore beaucoup d'autres, bien sûr, mais probablement pas au point d'y penser plusieurs fois par jour. Du moins sur les séries de ces dernières années. 

Je suis montée à bord du vol 828, prise dans la même turbulence, avec les mêmes émotions tout au long de l'épisode. La vraie force de cette nouvelle série est sans doute là : nous embarquer avec les autres passagers. On sent une volonté, dans la façon de filmer peut-être, de nous inclure dans l'histoire. C'est en tout cas ce que je ressens. J'ai envie d'entrer avec la même ferveur dans la vie des autres personnages, savoir ce qui leur arrive, par où ils doivent en passer afin de recouvrer une vie normale. 

En résumé, c'est passionnant, palpitant et j'en redemande avec gourmandise. Avec Manifest, j'ai de quoi patienter intelligemment jusqu'à la reprise de Blacklist. 


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