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-We have to tell someone.
What about Mum?
I guess she didn't give one of us up at birth
like all their parents seemed to have done, so...
My parents would never willingly give up my twin.
-Keep it down.
OK, but what about Moira?
She's nothing to do with the military and she seems nice.
I suppose she did help me get my parents' stuff back.
-'Will teenagers please report to the mess immediately.
'All teenagers to the mess.'
What do they want to see us about?
Better put this somewhere safe.
-What is it?
-I can't find my ID.
What if I've lost it in the Secret Zone?
Come on, get a move on. I haven't got all day.
The ban on going to the village has been rescinded.
-It means it's been lifted, AJ.
Why the sudden change of heart?
General Winters has decided that punishing
everybody for the misdemeanours of the few wasn't really fair.
So, what about me and AJ being confined to quarters?
I think you've already broken that one for yourselves, haven't you?
You weren't in your room when I came looking 20 minutes ago.
-Yes, you two can go to the village with everybody else
immediately after lunch.
AJ, a word.
-Quite a U-turn.
-They want us out of the way.
Or maybe it's guilt.
I think we should definitely go for a run together this Friday, yeah?
AJ, I am trying to make an effort here. I'm trying to say sorry.
Well, just say it, then.
I shouldn't have messed with your phone, OK?
You call that an apology?!
-Gaia, there you are, I've been looking everywhere for you!
Hey, what's up?
Come on, let me get you home, you can tell me all about it.
-Do you think she'll tell?
-I hope not.
Fancy getting something to eat?
I'm going to retrace my steps, look for my ID card.
-I'll come with you.
-No, no, I think you should go and talk to Moira,
send her out a bit more, she might be our only hope.
So, come on, what's wrong?
When I got back earlier today, you were so... I don't know...
cold and distant, I hardly recognised you.
Maybe that's because I wasn't...
What do you mean "wasn't you"?
I don't know.
Maybe staying with Lexy and her mum changed me, that's all.
Did you have a hard time there?
-Is that why you're mad at me?
-I'm not mad at you, I missed you.
I missed you too. But I'm home now.
Was Lexy bullying you?
-If she was, I can talk to Lena and...
-No, it's OK, please don't.
What's she like to work for, Lena?
Well, you know...
No, I don't know.
In fact, I don't know anything about your work here.
MIMICS JAMES BOND: That's because it's top secret.
It isn't anything bad, is it?
Bad? No, why do you say that?
No reason, forget it.
Is it OK if I go down to the village with my friends?
Yeah, of course it is.
Are you... Are you looking for this?
It is very clever.
You guys finding the secret tunnel.
I think it was built in the Middle Ages, yeah.
Some kind of escape route.
It makes sense.
I used to play in this cave when I was a kid, you know.
Then the military had the original entrance sealed up, and, well,
that was the end of that.
-Why did they seal it up?
-I don't know.
Nobody really told me much in those days.
Come to think of it, they don't tell me much these days either!
Hey, just relax, OK?
I'm not going to tell anyone.
Your secret is safe.
There's a flask of coffee in my bag, why don't you pour us both a cup?
-I'm not being funny or anything, but...Lexy?
-What about her?
You told her about the Secret Zone?
-Before you, is that
-what you mean? Well, yes.
I didn't have much choice,
she kind of invited herself along to the party.
And don't blame Noah either. It was me who told him not to say anything.
-I kind of find it hard to trust people, that's all.
Don't worry, I'm not going to try and take him away from you.
You're welcome to him, he's got stinky feet anyway, so...
I'm looking forward to a slice of Moira's chocolate cake.
You're looking forward to seeing McKenzie, more like!
-Now you mention it.
-I knew it!
-She stuck up for me, Slim.
And almost burned the place down.
She seems normal after everything that's going on here.
If you think McKenzie is in any way normal
then we really are in trouble.
-This secret twin business...
-What about it?
It's probably not something we should tell the girls about...
for their own safety as much as ours.
HE CHUCKLES You sound like General Winters.
-"For your own safety!"
Yeah, I agree.
All right, all right, I'm coming, hang on.
-Did Lena send you to fetch me?
Honestly, she could have just phoned like a normal person.
You were right, Stephanie.
All those years ago, you were right and we were wrong.
We did a bad thing.
I remember being fascinated with those even as a kid.
I didn't realise then what they were.
It was only when I went on my first proper archaeological dig
I found one of these, Pictish boars.
Then I remembered the symbols from my childhood.
From then on, ha, totally hooked.
Sorry, I'm a bit of an anorak when it comes to archaeology.
No, no, it really is interesting... although it's probably
-more of Luke's bag than it is mine, if I am being honest.
My father was an archaeologist. It must be where I get it from.
-What happened to him?
What's your mum told you about why you've all been brought here?
-Not a lot.
-I thought as much.
And what she has probably doesn't quite add up, right?
That's not a coincidence, Noah, you all being here, that much I do know.
How about... I do some digging on your behalf?
Hang on, I have just remembered...
There's somewhere I need to be.
Have a think about what I said, OK?
But your grandad's pigeons are homing pigeons, McKenzie,
-not carrier pigeons.
-What's the difference?
Well, it means if you let it go, it's not going to fly to the castle,
it's going to fly home to your grandad.
how are you going to fix that note to its leg?
Ach, you can't do that!
You don't understand, Skink, I have to contact AJ somehow.
Um, excuse me, but that thing's a health hazard.
You need to get it out of here before my mum sees it.
Charlie is very clean, actually.
-Honey, I'm home.
It's not mine.
-It was so cool the way you stood up to my dad like that.
Hey, Gaia, over here.
-No, I didn't say anything.
So, Gaia, I know you didn't see her
but the others must have mentioned her, right?
So, what gives with evil Gaia?
Yeah, have you worked out what she wants yet?
Gaia's, like, back to normal now.
-You mean she's pretending to be back to normal.
She really is back to normal, she was just messing with our heads.
-Yeah, the more we learn about the castle,
the more boring it seems to get.
All the checks have been done and I hate to be the bearer of bad
news but it would seem that my theory is no longer a theory.
-We're on a code amber, people.
-We don't know yet.
Marcus, perhaps you can fill us in on developments over in Stockholm.
Um, yes, sorry.
The probe should be ready to send out in a few days and that'll
give us a better idea of the sort of timeframe we're looking for.
Sorry I'm late.
You complain we're keeping you out of the loop
and then you turn up late for the meeting.
Give it a rest, Auntie Lena.
So, Moira, I've been thinking about what you said
about Dr Morelle having some of my parents' things.
I wondered if you had any idea why he'd be keeping them from me.
-Well, haven't you asked him?
-Well, we tried but he...
There's some sort of secrecy surrounding my parents
-and every time I've asked before...
-Well, that's not on.
You deserve to know and you should have been given those
items as soon as you arrived at the castle.
-Well, yeah, I agree with you there.
-Who's your guardian there?
You need to talk to them about it.
I don't have a guardian.
I did have a lawyer, though. Elizabeth Aspen.
I don't suppose you have ever heard her being mentioned?
No, of course not.
Why would you have? Anyway...
Thank you for your help, Moira.
KNOCK ON DOOR
Sorry, we can come back later if you're busy.
No. I want to tell you both my news.
Did you find your ID?
Great, so what's your news?
I think there may be someone else we can talk to about this stuff.
Sorry, I know it's late, Duncan, but I would like a word if I may.
-It's about Cat.
I cannot believe you are suggesting Casey Winters as someone
we might trust. I mean, look at who he's related to.
He's different, younger, and we've seen for ourselves that he and Lena
don't exactly get along.
He's still military, Noah.
No, if we talk to anyone, I say we talk to Moira.
Yeah, I agree, although maybe we should discuss things first
-with the others before we do anything.
OK, I'll round everybody up.
They've taken them.
They've obviously been in here without my position and...
I don't know anything about that, but...
surely the point is the things belong to Cat anyway, so...
We were going to give them to her, Moira, as soon as she was
ready to know the truth about what happened to her parents.
-What did happen?
-I'm really sorry, I am not at liberty to say.
-Yeah, but I still think Casey's worth...
-I'm sorry about that, Duncan.
-Not at all.
I appreciate your concern.
Well... You two made friends again, I see.
We never really...fell out.
-I mean, just because Luke and I are...
How dare you go snooping around my home, stealing things?
We didn't steal anything. That box belongs to me.
It's the deceit that gets to me.
You tried it once before, didn't you, Noah?
-Passing yourself off as Luke.
You're obviously getting better at it.
You had me well-fooled this time.
-Give me my key.
-I don't have the key, Luke's got it.
And FYI, it wasn't me who came around here with Cat.
Don't lie to me!
Talking to a civilian about military matters,
your parents would be ashamed of you...
if they were here.
What you know about my parents?!
-One, two, three.
-I told you, every time, it's a technique.
-Hey, guys, listen up.
There's no-one we can trust here.
-What about Moira?
-Moira just betrayed us, Luke.
-We're completely on our own.
So, the only way we can find out what's going on in the Secret Zone
is to go down there and speak to our twins.
-All of us?
We'll draw straws.