AND Roswell, New Mexico finally presents us his 4th alien and it wasn’t very exciting. The series could have changed the status of a character that was little used to liven things up, but focused on changing the less presented and less charismatic.
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The rush to discover the alien’s identity put Maria in everyone’s path, and they even tested a clue that she would steal the antidote that was in Liz’s bag. Of course, that would be used as a weapon against the alien, but Maria was not the person, and I think it would even be nice, she, as a friend of Rosa and Liz and being so involved in their lives, to be such a threat, but no, she was one more used.
While Liz and Cameron make up, Michael and Max are kidnapped and trapped inside the secret room where the rebel brother tries to rebuild a ship to leave, and there they have a sincere conversation, where Michael complains about everything, and Max makes it clear that he was always worried about him, who always suffered because he was not adopted with them, and that was why he was never able to treat his parents well, and that if he suffers, he also suffers because he blames himself too much.
Cameron explains that he became involved with Maines and worries about what may have happened to his sister, who was trapped in the army and since he left, she hasn’t heard from her anymore.
In the end, we discover that Noah is actually the 4th alien and serial killer. Izobel tries to enter his mind, but he dominates it. We still don’t have any explanations, but he tries to use his powers against Liz, only he can’t and ends up being overthrown by the brothers.
Now it’s time to wait for the next episode, as Noah must give more details about his motivation. Roswell, New Mexico until it delivers cool stuff, but some plots just drag on too long.