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She tells Frank that they must be undergoing a test, and that rebelling against the System is part of passing it. After ten weeks there are no pregnancies, and Zimit argues that they need to change partners. Frank admits that he checked their expiry date and tells Amy they only have an hour left. A Dark Reflection shines a light on aviation's dirty secret:
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Amy and Frank check their tablets and find that they have 12 hours together. Amy and Frank are taken to a numbered house, passing an encircling wall on the way. They talk, then sleep next to each other, parting the next morning after their tablets count down their relationship time to zero. In their separate conversations with Coach, it is revealed that the System enters users into numerous relationships and collects data on them in order to match the user with their "ultimate compatible other" on the user's "pairing day", which it claims to do with a Amy is assigned a nine-month long relationship with Lenny George Blagden , an attractive "old hand" at the system.
Frank is assigned a one-year relationship with the humourless and dour Nicola Gwyneth Keyworth. Amy and Frank reconnect at a pairing day celebration, which they attend with their respective partners. After this encounter, Amy begins to distance herself from Lenny. When her relationship with Lenny expires, Amy is assigned to a string of short relationships that become increasingly meaningless. When Frank's relationship with Nicola expires, Amy and Frank are once again matched and agree not to check their relationship length.
As Amy and Frank's relationship continues, Frank becomes distracted by the fact that their relationship has a set end date. He breaks his promise to Amy and checks his tablet to see how long they have left.
It initially says five years, but then "recalibrates" to ever-shorter periods. Coach informs Frank that his "one-sided observation" of the expiration date has shortened his and Amy's relationship. The tablet eventually settles on 20 hours. The next day, Amy confronts Frank about his distracted behaviour. Frank admits that he checked their expiry date and tells Amy they only have an hour left.
The two argue, with Frank suggesting that they climb the encircling wall and escape the System. Amy leaves Frank, angry at him for breaking their promise and "breaking" their relationship.
After another string of indistinguishable short relationships, Coach informs Amy that her ultimate match has been found, and that her pairing day will be the following day. Coach tells Amy that her ultimate match is someone Amy has never met before, and gives Amy the chance to say farewell to one person of her choosing.
Amy quickly chooses to say farewell to Frank, then throws her tablet into a pool. The two meet at the restaurant in the Hub and discover their farewell period is just 90 seconds. She leads the others who would not be saved to the trucks and they try to outrun the atomic bombs, but they are quickly killed by an explosion.
Georgina is saved by Petra in the third trial, who relies on hope that Georgina does not have ebola. Daryl Sabara as Chips. Chips is a carpenter who is saved for the first round. In the second round, he reveals that he is infertile and cannot contribute to rebuilding the population, but is still saved again.
In the third round, Bonnie refuses to be saved, so Chip takes her place in the bunker. However, when Petra refuses to enter, Chips tricks her into taking his spot by pulling her into the bunker and runs out, sacrificing himself for her. According to Chips, he and the others who would not be saved escape on a boat and find an island to live safely. Freddie Stroma as Jack. Jack is given a PhD in chemistry and is saved in the first trial. In the second trial, he has the additional characteristic of 'winning the genetic lotto', he is at risk for no disease and will live long and healthy, making him a desired contributor to the gene pool.
He is saved again. In the third trial, Petra saves Jack, who is gay, in order to preserve diversity. When Jack asks for another gay male to join them so he has someone to be with, Petra saves Parker, who is also gay outside of the simulation. Katie Findlay as Bonnie. She is given the role as a soldier, saved for her ability to keep peace and provide protection.
In the second trial, she is given the additional characteristic of having an eidetic memory, she is saved again. Petra tries to save her in the third round, but Bonnie argues that Petra is more valuable to the group than she is and refuses to be saved. However, because of her eidetic memory and watching Mr. Zimit input the exit code in the second round, she saves the group by giving them the code before they shut the bunker. George Blagden as Andy. He is cast as an electrician and is saved in the first round, but he 'dies' from a brain aneurysm caused by mental anguish, and is eaten by the others after they run out of food.
In the second round, he also has fibrodysplasia ossificans progressiva, a connective tissue disease that renders him useless after small injuries. On top of his disease, Petra is an electrical engineer in the second round and Andy would not be able to re-populate in fear of passing down his disease , he is not saved the second time, nor a third time. Erin Moriarty as Vivian. She is given the role as a zoologist and is not saved in the first round. After it is revealed she runs a night blog for PETA, she is not saved in the second or third rounds because she does not offer anything for survival.
Maia Mitchell as Beatrice. She is given the role of a fashion designer and is not saved in the first trial. In the second trial, it is revealed she created a popular brand of women's clothing out of bamboo. She is still deemed insignificant and not saved again. Beatrice is saved in the third round when Petra justifies that dressing well boosts self-esteem, which promotes productivity, which could save civilization.
Jacob Artist as Parker, who is cast as a gelato maker. He is not saved in the first round. Due to a misprint on his card where he has no additional trait, but Utami has two additional traits, Parker is not saved in the second round either.
Because Parker is actually gay, he is saved for Jack in the third round. Cinta Laura as Utami. She is an opera singer. Petra vouches for her, saying that music is vital for entertainment and relaxation; however, Utami and Mr. Zimit are the last people to be voted on and she loses to him.
In the second round, she is given two additional characteristics: Utami is not saved in the second round, but she is saved in the third when Petra says they should have music while they can. Philippa Coulthard as Poppie, given the role of a psychotherapist, saved in the first round because of the trauma caused by an apocalypse. In the second round, it is revealed she had a hysterectomy and can not bear children; she is not saved in the second or third rounds.
She is saved in the first round because her occupation would give her negotiation and leadership skills. In the second round, it is revealed she would have been the first female chief justice of the supreme court without the apocalypse and the most effective American jurist in a generation, she is saved again, but she is not saved in the third round.
Abhi Sinha as Kavi. He is given the role of a real estate agent who, without houses to buy or sell during an apocalypse, is not saved in the first round. In the second round, he is also a midwife. After losing Georgina as their doctor, this saves him in the second round. He is not saved in the last round. Toby Sebastian as Russell, who is cast as a harp player. Although he argues for himself, he is not saved during the first trial. In the second trial, he is revealed to have autism.
Again, he is not saved. In the third round, Petra argues autism is a gift and saves Russell. Melissa Le-Vu as Plum. She is a hedge-fund manager who is not saved during the first round. However, in the second round, it is revealed she carries a bag of jewels with her everywhere. Because she has a currency that will not lose its value and she is also a girl, thus, she can bear children, she is saved in the second round, but not in the third. Darius Homayoun as Toby.
He is given the role as a published poet and is shot immediately by Mr. Zimit in both the first trial Mr. Zimit says a published poet will be of no use to them and second trial to prevent Toby from taking his spot in the bunker before revealing his additional characteristic.
In the third trial, it is revealed Toby is a champion poker player who brought his cards. He is saved by Petra in the third round for fun and entertainment.
Taser Hassan as Nelson. He is given the role of a house-keeper and is not saved in the first round.