With the moment that we all been waiting for comes with a twist at the end that maybe no one could see coming.
With no Emma in this episode, the Time Team tracks the Mothership to 1941 where Rittenhouse tries to steal the work-print of the movie Citizen Kane and trying to sell it to William Randolph Hearst (who's the film is based on). Lucy, Wyatt, and Rufus bump into Hedy Lamarr, who doesn't take as a fool and figures out that they aren't really who they are but helps the team search for the man, who's taken the secret films.
In the meantime, Jiya gets examined for her condition that Agent Christopher has only found out and comes to the concussion that she's fine and even better than her heart murmur is fixed. Which kind of leads to Mason dealing with something new then what they had handled in the past. Lucy and Christopher try to get Flynn to help again, but if they want him to help he needs to get out before Rittenhouse kills him in prison. After given a tip, Christoper helps him with a breakout that Time Team sets up in his prison cell 50 years later.
But with the hunt for the secret films, Wyatt and Lucy share the moment that we've all been waiting for as they kiss and slept together. The two seem to be the item now in the relationship, but a twist comes at the end of the episode that really would take the fans in shock as Wyatt escapes the compound to see someone at a local tavern, where he walks up to Jessica, his wife who's alive and well.
"Hollywoodland" was an action-less episode that still delivered a story that is worthy of watching that had a lot of fun, educational and dramatic moments. From learning of what Lamarr did for WiFi and to even what Citizen Kane as about (check that film out!). There were many memorable moments from Lucy singing in front of a crowd while looking at Wyatt to Lamarr and Rufus discussing her scientific ideas for the future. I'd very much enjoyed this episode. The performances from the cast from Spencer, Lanter, Goran and even Claudia Doumit as Jiya.
As much as I'm rooting for Lucy and Wyatt to get together and have their romantic moment. Does anyone think that the kiss from Wyatt and Lucy might have changed history to make Jessica as she had never died? With Jiya's seizures not seem to be life-threatening now, would that make it help them in advice against Rittenhouse? And how crazy would it have been if Jurassic Park was built back in the 1940's?
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Overall, I give this episode a 9/10.
You can catch Timeless returning in two weeks from Sunday at 10/9c on NBC.