"Out of the Past": The Russian supermen attack Washington, D.C. The attacks distract McCoy from killing Stella Blake, allowing her to knee him and try to fight her way out. The President is ushered to Marine One to airlift out of the capital. However, Korovin has Pravda emit a powerful signal th
Appearing in "Out of the Past"
- Max Keane
- Senator Joe
- Stella Blake
- Mike Hinks
- The Spirit of Lenin
Synopsis for "Out of the Past"
The Russian supermen attack Washington, D.C. The attacks distract McCoy from killing Stella Blake, allowing her to knee him and try to fight her way out. The President is ushered to Marine One to airlift out of the capital. However, Korovin has Pravda emit a powerful signal that affects Marine One and even satellites in space.
Meanwhile Hinks has successfully reprogram Max. Chivers calls McCoy from killing Blake. Pravda's powers allows Korovin to broadcast his message to America stating his purpose to destroy American imperialism and capitalism, and clarifying that their intentions are not as monstrous as they thought. Senator Joe and the pastor watch this from the compound. The latter tells Joe that he must fight against the dolls no matter what the government had maliciously done to create him, as freedom carries "a certain responsibility."
Blake is reunited with Hinks as the latter was responsible for saving her life as he would refuse McCoy in helping reprogram Max if Blake is killed. He tells her that the Max they knew is not the same man anymore. Cindy is brought to a recuperating Max in order for her to regain Max's trust. Max remembers her treachery, but reconsiders. However, he tells her that he has forgo all inhibitions, feelings, and sympathies and has her killed to remove his restraints by crushing her head. He then tells that he is ready to fight.
The dolls notice that all military attacks on them have stopped. Max appears near the Capitol Building and fights Revolution, and in the process, rips her right arm off. Korovin and the others appear to him, stating to Max that he has become the very being that the Nazi in the Second World war had expected to be. Senator Joe then appears in the fray.
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