The Tomorrow People 1×15 “Enemy of My Enemy” – Julian (guest star James Mackay) is back and angrier than ever, but when he gets caught by Ultra he is forced to strike a deal that could cost his and Stephen’s (Robbie Amell) lives. John (Luke Mitchell) once again disobeys Cara’s (Peyton List) orders when he learns the Julian has discovered the location of the Tomorrow People’s lair. Meanwhile, Astrid (Madeleine Mantock) is plagued by nightmares after her near-death experience and turns to her new friend John for some comfort. Mark Pellegrino and Aaron Yoo also star. Steve Adelson directed the episode written by Phil Klemmer and Ray Utarnachitt (#115).

The Tomorrow People 1×13 “Things Fall Apart” – Stephen (Robbie Amell) is upset with Jedikiah (Mark Pellegrino) for going back on his word, leaving Stephen to face The Founder (guest star Simon Merrells, “The Wolfman”). In order to protect Astrid (Madeleine Mantock), Stephen has to make a dangerous deal to bring in a powerful break-out. John (Luke Mitchell) and Cara (Peyton List) clash, forcing Cara to issue a harsh and unexpected punishment. Meanwhile, Stephen learns a surprising secret about his mom. Aaron Yoo also stars. Michael Shultz directed the episode written by Alex Katsnelson and Leigh Dana Jackson (#113).

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The Tomorrow People 1×12 “Sitting Ducks” – Stephen (Robbie Amell) feels uneasy about his fellow trainee Hillary (guest star Alexa Vega, Spy Kids) who has a secret agenda of her own. Stephen’s mom wants the family to go camping including her new boyfriend Peter (guest star Robert Gant), whom Stephen seems to be having a difficult time reading. Knowing he is going to be out of town, Stephen asks for Cara (Peyton List) and John’s (Luke Mitchell) help to make sure that everything is ok with Astrid (Madeleine Mantock) while he’s gone. Aaron Yoo and Mark Pellegrino also star. Dermott Downs directed the episode written by Phil Klemmer and Micah Schraft (#112).

SOMETHING IS A LITTLE OFF — Stephen (Robbie Amell) feels uneasy about his fellow trainee Hillary (guest star Alexa Vega, “Spy Kids”) who has a secret agenda of her own. Stephen’s mom wants the family to go camping including her new boyfriend Peter (guest star Robert Gant), whom Stephen seems to be having a difficult time reading. Knowing he is going to be out of town, Stephen asks for Cara (Peyton List) and John’s (Luke Mitchell) help to make sure that everything is ok with Astrid (Madeleine Mantock) while he’s gone. Aaron Yoo and Mark Pellegrino also star. Dermott Downs directed the episode written by Phil Klemmer and Micah Schraft (#112).

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A BLAST FROM THE PAST — Stephen (Robbie Amell) and his fellow Ultra trainees are given a test by Jedikiah (Mark Pellegrino) to see who is worthy of becoming an Ultra agent, but not everyone is happy to work as a team. Cara (Peyton List) is faced with a mysterious visitor from her past. Russell (Aaron Yoo) is sent on a dangerous recon mission that could force a clash between Tomorrow People groups. Meanwhile, John (Luke Mitchell) works with a new break-out. Madeleine Mantock also stars. Nick Copus directed the episode written by Nicholas Wootton and Ray Utarnachit (#111).

The Tomorrow People 1×09 “Death’s Door” (Mid-Season Finale) – When John (Luke Mitchell) finds himself in a dangerous situation, Stephen (Robbie Amell) is unable to help without revealing himself to Ultra. Not satisfied with the answer he has discovered about his father’s disappearance, Stephen decides to take drastic measures with the help of his fellow Tomorrow People to find out the truth. Meanwhile, Cara (Peyton List) and Russell (Aaron Yoo) negotiate a trade with Jedikiah (Mark Pellegrino), which ultimately makes Jedikiah take a big risk. Madeleine Mantock also stars. Leslie Libman directed the story by Greg Berlanti and Phil Klemmer and teleplay by Pam Veasey and Leigh Dana Jackson (#109).