This review contains spoilers for ‘Foundation’ Episode 3 ‘The Mathematician’s Ghost.’
‘Foundation’s latest episode, ‘The Mathematician’s Ghost,’ basically reverses Hari Seldon’s theory from the first episode. The third chapter, which focuses on Terminus, picks up where the first left off, promising to bring Isaac Asimov’s vision to life. The first Foundation’s capital planet, and warden Salvor Hardin (Leah Harvey), prepare for an impending attack by the Anacreons, who Hardin believes want to take over the planet’s scientific outpost.
The vault’s energy field is expanding, which worries Hardin because she believes the vault was put there for a far greater purpose. Her love interest, Hugo (Daniel MacPherson), and her parents, as well as the majority of Terminus’s minds, believe Hardin is a genius and exceptional at what she does, but the episode also depicts the hierarchy’s displeasure when she expresses her opinions.
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