||A killing spree with Torchwood's name all over it in blood
begins to affect Cardiff. There are no clues so they enlist Gwen and the
'Risen Mitten' to bring back a few of the corpses to ask them questions.
With the resurrection glove on Gwen becomes hooked like Suzie before her
and wants to use it more and more, but they're still no closer to solving
But they realise that Suzie has something to do with it. Gwen resurrects her but she doesn't die. While investigating Max, the killer, Suzie plans her escape. She gets Gwen to take her to her dying father, but it is all a ruse as Suzie has had this planned from the beginning.
She'd hypnotised Max with various suggestions and once she'd been dead for 3 months he'd activated, causing the Torchwood team to track him down. Once they had him he verbally shut down the base while Gwen helped Suzie escape. Unfortunately the reason that Suzie hadn't died again was because she was absorbing the lifeforce from another soul - Gwen. When Gwen started feeling blood seeping out of the back of her head, Suzie told her that she was being shot through the head in slow motion. Gwen was absorbing Suzie's death and would be dead within a couple of hours if the Torchwood team didn't kill Suzie first.
They manage to escape the lockdown thanks to a beautiful black police officer that I hope returns in future episodes!
Own and Jack track them down to a pier just as Suzie is about to escape on the ferry. Gwen is splayed out on the wharf and Owen believes she's dead. Jack shoots Suzie again and again without effect.
Will Suzie survive to live another day?
Torchwood – They Keep Killing Suzie
Jack (John Barrowman) and the team probe a series of brutal murders
Torchwood is linked to a series of brutal murders around the city, as Russell T Davies's sci-fi thriller continues. As Jack and the team investigate further, it becomes clear somebody wants their attention. What is Pilgrim – and how is it connected to a figure from Torchwood's past? The resurrection days are far from over.