Extrapolations Season 1 Episode 3 Summary


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We recap the Apple TV+ series Extrapolations Season 1 Episode 3, “2047,” which contains spoilers.

extrapolations Episodes start bogging down in their sermon-filled scripts while also being overindulgent in gratifying their stars (the imaginary “Singing in the Rain” part feels like David Diggs has to sing with everything he does). The episode is well acted, but for so much flooding, 2047 is a bit dry.

Extrapolations Season 1 Episode 3 Summary

Another year has passed. Now 2047 is the series a Marshal Sugar Consequence. He is the counselor of a young girl going through an extreme existential crisis. this young girl Allana (Neska Rose)She goes to the synagogue with her family. Her father (David Schwimmer) is divorced and her new stepmother is converting to the faith. Your grandfather (Jud Hirsch) mocks them at every opportunity. Allana is neck-deep in religious zealots and now knee-deep in water as Miami floods and experiences its 41st storm at a young age. As of this year, there are 23 million refugees in the country, and Miami’s population is just over 800,000. Fresh food is no longer available in Florida, where soft skins are made from cauliflower.

How does Allana’s father save the synagogue?

The local government is meeting with social service organizations and religious groups to see which facilities can be saved. When Marshall shows up, the local rep is shocked they didn’t come with gifts, food, or celebrities. That doesn’t bode well for Marshall, he tells the board and his mother. After receiving the rejection letter and Marshall delivering a passive-aggressive sermon at Passover, Allana’s grandfather pulls Marshall aside. He tells him he needs to speak to his son who is involved in these gray areas and help him with the appeal. That means greasing the wheels. And since Allana’s father is extremely rich, the money is well spent.

Allana asks almost everyone an existential question. Even Alpha (that’s the new Alexa). Which city will fall first – Miami (I assume the other is Tallahassee, and Marshall states it’s a regular Sodom and Gomorrah). Marshall has also had his crisis of faith since allowing the officers to be bought into what works, and now he feels guilty because they shut down a local animal shelter he has always supported. The more Allana asks questions about how God can allow this or who decides who should be spared, the more Marshall excuses specific sins since he just committed them.

Who reported Allana’s father for bribery?

Allana’s father was arrested for bribing the officer, but we later find out it was Allana who reported him. Unknown to Marshall or Allana’s father, she recorded and documented her father’s conversation about bribery. She proclaims this to the world in the synagogue while her father sits in a pew.

She also plays a video of Marshall’s first sermon, imploring people to help support—I paraphrase—the homeless and disenfranchised. With the storm rapidly approaching, Marshall wants to stop being the facility’s rabbi. However, he receives a call from his love interest in the episode that the pumps in the synagogue have stopped working.

What does Marshall save in the synagogue?

Marshall arrives and must rescue their sacred Torah scrolls, which are kept in a Torah ark over the water. (The irony of an “ark” protecting scrolls during a flood is not lost on series creator Scott Z. Burns). As they climb the stairs to the roof, Marshall tells a story (a better version can be viewed at The western wing Episode “Take This Sabbath Day” from the big ones Karl Malden) about the man by the river who refused the help that God was sending them.

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Will Marshall survive the flood?

Marshall survives the flood when a local police helicopter takes him to safety. While working at an animal shelter in Tallahassee, Allana is there and tells him that her father is also alive because he was taken to a prison up north the day before.

Allana reminds him that he never answered her question: Why doesn’t God intervene when there is so much suffering? I would have preferred Marshall to have answered “Because you ask too many questions,” but he gave her a different answer. He reminds them that Moses asked God the same question, and he paraphrases because he is God and that Moses wouldn’t understand.

However, he leaves her with his thoughts that he thinks it’s up to us.

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