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"Dark Tomorrow, Part One": Impulse uses Lucius Keller's time machine to follow Carol Bucklen and her mysterious abductor to the 30th Century. He soon learns that the 32-year-old Carol had kidnapped her teenaged self in order


Quote1 The future is all messed up, Bart. The sky and the water and the Earth are polluted. There's war and sickness and poverty everywhere. And it's all my fault. Quote2
-- Carol Bucklen



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Synopsis for "Dark Tomorrow, Part One"

Impulse uses Lucius Keller's time machine to follow Carol Bucklen and her mysterious abductor to the 30th Century. He soon learns that the 32-year-old Carol had kidnapped her teenaged self in order to prevent herself from creating a super-speed ray that President Thawne used to commit genocide.



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