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Episode Six

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The gang notice that there is something strange going on in the town; local youths have stopped getting drunk, taking drugs, or having sex. It looks like it is all down to a cult-like organisation called 'Virtue', run by Rachel, a mysterious girl with a commanding storm-based power of suggestion. As the group investigate they discover Virtue may not be quite as pure as it first seemed, when they witness Alisha and Curtis go through drastic personality changes. Nathan, Kelly and Simon are prompted to take action, donning rubber gloves to protect themselves from Alisha's touch and iPods to protect them from Rachel's power of suggestion. Kelly is unfortunately captured trying to convince Alisha that she has been brainwashed. Nathan and Simon are then cornered by Virtue members, and Simon turns invisible and escapes, frustrated by Nathan's continuing lack of appreciation. Nathan is saved by 'Superhoodie', an enigmatic figure on a BMX bike in a hoodie who creates a distraction and pedals both of them out of danger.

Confronting Kelly in her flat, Nathan is shaken to find that she has been affected by Virtue, and informs her he preferred her old attitude. Stirred to act, he apologises for leaving her at the community centre, and departs after giving her a kiss on the cheek. Then, disguising himself in a suit to appear to have converted to the Virtue organisation's beliefs, he infiltrates the community centre — the new headquarters of the Virtue organisation — and confronts Rachel. Armed with a gun and an iPod booming in his ears, he unsuccessfully attempts to force her to change the others back to their normal personalities. Soon surrounded and threatened by her followers, he takes her hostage and retreats to the roof. There he makes an impassioned speech to the entire Virtue organisation, declaring the benefits of individuality. But when Rachel sees his gun is only a water pistol, they struggle and she falls from the building. Her death lifts her influence over everyone.

As Nathan stumbles at the edge of the roof, Simon reappears and manages to catch his hand, but loses his grip as Nathan pleads "save me, Barry!". Nathan falls and is killed, impaled on the iron fence below. After his funeral the other Misfits visit the club for a toast in his honour, but Kelly and Simon leave early. Simon gives Kelly a DVD of Nathan's exploits he recorded on his phone, which she tearfully watches in her apartment.

The episode ends with Nathan regaining consciousness in his coffin, his joy at discovering his power is immortality fading as he realises that he is buried alive with only an iPod Kelly placed in his hand before burial.


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