'Naomi' Episode 2: Naomi slowly embraces her powers to uncover truth
For those of you following The CW's 'Naomi', you know for a fact that Naomi's life is about to turn upside down. Naomi, still looking for answers on who she is, confronts Dee about her origins. He is forthcoming with the information, explaining that he can sense vibrational frequencies and that he was able to sense her. However, her origins remain a mystery to him as well.
He offers to help her learn how to use her powers by pointing out that she has never been injured in her life. He implies that she can fly, but Naomi has difficulty grasping that she is not human and refuses to push her powers. However, her search to find out what happened on March 14 continues.
Along with Annabelle and Jacob, she goes to Falls Creek, the UFO crash site. While the group finds no information, Naomi has a sensory overload, implying that her powers are now awakening. The group later meets with a local named Steve O'Brien, who has once been obsessed with UFO sightings, especially the Falls Creek one.
Steve was reluctant to talk but eventually opened up about the incident. He also pointed out that the crash site was not at Falls Creek but a few miles away. Naomi and her friends manage to find the place and the mills Steve spoke of when Zumbado suddenly arrives. He demands to talk to Naomi alone, and she insists that her friends leave. Zumbado confronts Naomi and threatens her, demanding that she stop snooping around.
Naomi summons her powers, and while he acknowledges that she now has better control, he counterattacks, causing her to flee. Naomi later revisits Dee, seeing that she now has a stronger motive to find out who she is and, more importantly, unlock her powers. Meanwhile, Zumbado erases all the markings at the mill to cover up his tracks, while Naomi's father joins an extraterrestrial military task force.
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