Stitchers Season 1 Finale Recap: Full Stop

By Kitin Miranda | 1 year ago
Stitchers Season 1 Finale Recap: Full Stop

Stitchers” Season 1 Episode 10 “The Full Stop” aired last Tuesday, August 4, 2015, at 9:00 p.m. on ABC Family. In the season finale, secrets and the past are revealed, including the reason why Kirsten Clark’s (Emma Ishta) father left her, and a past connection between Kirsten and Dr. Cameron Goodkin (Kyle Harris) were revealed, as the team raced against time to figure out who had hurt one of their own. However, the team wasn’t prepared for the sacrifice that one of their team members was willing to make to keep Kirsten safe at all costs. Read on to learn more about the first season finale.

The episode began with Detective Quincy Fisher (Damon Dayoub) finally meeting Les Turner (Oded Fehr). He told him to stop investigating Ed Clark’s (Hugo Armstrong) murder.


This led him to meet Kirsten Clark (Emma Ishta) at a restaurant as he wanted to ask her some questions about Ed. However, he wasn’t able to do so as Camille Engelson (Allison Scagliotti) and Dr. Cameron Goodkin (Kyle Harris) had tagged along.

While the two girls were inside the bathroom, gunshots were heard. The girls rushed out to find that a waitress had died and that Fisher had been shot. It left him in a critical condition, and that Cameron had gotten a bad concussion.

While waiting to be stitched into the dead waitress, after learning that the key that Kirsten had been left with opened a safety deposit box, Camille, Kirsten and Linus Ahluwalia (Ritesh Rajan) discovered the exact bank in a bank statement in Ed’s documents.

The next day, at the laboratory, with Camille backing up Cameron as a Stitchers pilot, much to the chagrin of Linus, Kirsten stitched into the waitress who had died during the shooting. Thanks to that, she discovered that Fisher had saved Cameron. They were able to identify the shooter as Robert Baribiero (Henry Rollins), the program’s former head of security. He had been close with Kirsten’s parents, especially with her mother, Jacqueline Stinger (Molly Meyer).

Afterwards, Cameron gave allowed Camille to practice piloting in a stitch. He told Linus, who voiced his opinion that he was more qualified than Camille to pilot Kirsten. Linus lacked that connection and finesse needed to handle Kirsten while she was inside. Later, he confronted Camille about it, which left the two in not so good terms.

While they practiced, Cameron and Camille wondered as to why it seemed like the program was built for Kirsten, in particular.

Meanwhile, Kirsten managed to get into the safety deposit box, as she had been a co-signatory for it. At Cameron’s loft, they discovered an SD card in its spine. Upon playing the video in it, Kirsten discovered that her father had tried stitching her into her comatose mother. It was after the car crash in an attempt to bring her mother back. However, that had failed, and caused Kirsten’s mother to die, and caused Kirsten to have Temporal Dysplasia. It could have been why her father had left her with Ed.

Back at the Stitchers laboratory, Kisten stitched into Barbiero, as Maggie Baptiste (Salli Richardson-Whitfield) had found him dead in his apartment.

It turned out that he had been under orders to get rid of Fisher, but had to wait for Kirsten to leave the table. He had been talking to someone in a car whom Cameron had actually spotted that night. Kirsten then lingered too long in a memory of a young Kirsten (Kaylee Quinn) and her mother. She realized that whoever that he had been talking to, in the alleyway. Before he was killed, he had been sending her a message to stay the course. It was in order to find out the truth of Ed’s murder, as if that person had known that he was going to be stitched into.


Later, in order to figure out who Barbiero had been talking to that night, Cameron, in a bid to protect Kirsten, decided to inject himself. He could be stitched into as he would be clinically dead for four minutes, but Camille set the clock to three minutes. However, they were worried that Cameron’s heart might not be able to take being jump started.

Inside Cameron’s memory, with Camille piloting, Kirsten discovered that Cameron had feelings for her. He discovered that the two of them had met as children as a young Cameron, who had just had his heart surgery, had comforted a young Kirsten, who was at her comatose mother’s bedside. However, Kirsten wasn’t able to get a good glimpse of who Barbiero was talking to.

After she came out of the stitch, they tried jump starting Cameron’s heart, but even though Kirsten called out to him. Cameron continued to not respond, and the monitor kept on flatlining beside him.

What did you think of the season finale? Do you think that Cameron will still be around for the second season? What will happen to Fisher? Who do you think was behind Barbiero’s shooting of Fisher? Let us know what you think in the comments below!

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