Episode 21 -
Well, that guy who just drove over the side of the cliff is a goner.
Ah, nevermind. He survived. Oh, and his name's Jerry.
Cody's description of what a ghost is conspicuously left out any mention of DEATH being involved.
How convenient that Doc and Frankie just happen
to have a ghost-catching machine (Spectral Vapor Filter) ready to go.
Charlotte Wayne was/is the Lady of Griffin Rock. 200 years ago, her husband and sons sailed to the mainland in the storm, and never came back.
Hey, it's Evan and Myles! Continuity!
And another cop besides the Chief! His name's Barney (heh, nice Andy Griffith reference).
That ghost looks like George Washington.
Whoever's behind all these ghosts is a master thief. The ghosts are used to scare off people from banks, businesses, etc., leaving the thief to come in and loot all the money from the vaults, registers, armored trucks, etc.
Doc and Frankie recognize one of the ghosts as Elma Hendrickson, Griffin Rocks' first female scientist (Frankie's middle name comes from her, Elma). In fact, all of these apparitions resemble portraits of people from the Hall of Inspiration.
As expected, all these ghosts are really holograms. Since there are hologram projectors all over downtown, the holograms appear wherever there's a projector. The images of the people the holograms resemble were put into the projector's database for the Griffin Rock Tricentennial, and have been in the database since. But as to who it was that hacked into the database and turned on the holograms...
...It was Myles. He and Evan built new holograms of themselves for their cells when they escaped.
Surprisingly, Evan and Myles are pretty clever for a couple of common thieves. Just, not clever enough, though.
Whoops, looks like hte Lady of Griffin Rock really was a real ghost. Poor Kade.
Not a bad episode. Like the last one, it took a seemingly B-movie plot and turned it into a rational, carefully well thought out event with mystery and suspense excellently molded into it. And, it even brought back Evan and Myles, showing that these two are not just another random couple of characters, but are actually somewhat important to the plot and are capable of being believably troublesome antagonists. Not to mention more backstory to the show with the Lady of Griffin Rock. A good show for a good, well, show.