They soon lose the video signal and Joe loses control of the drone. He realizes that there was something on the video and replays it, and they see daylight and a slide in the background Rick assigns one of his men, Miguel , to go with Barbie to go to the home of the man who owns Aktaion Energy. However, Barbie hits the panic code on the door's security, alerting the guards, and then knocks Miguel to the ground.
A guard runs up and Barbie lowers his gun to the ground just as his father Don comes out of the house. Don escorts his son into the house and gets him a beer, and points out that it's been two years since the last time they saw each other. They share a toast to Barbie's mother and then Barbie says that he needs a favor. Pauline takes Sam back to the psychiatric institute and explains that the police found Lyle staring at the obelisk.
He was non-responsive and didn't have a wallet, so they brought him to the institute. Sam figures that something happened to Lyle's mind when he went off the cliff, but claims that he himself feels fine. However, he carefully hides his shaking hand so that Pauline can't see it. Lyle only says one thing - "Melanie" - and Pauline asks if he means the same Melanie who was their friend in high school.
Sam says that it is, and that somehow Melanie is back from the dead. Barbie asks his father to get him back into the Dome, and Don warns that the National Guard has created a mile no-go zone around the Dome. Don's contacts in Washington won't believe him, and Barbie irritatedly figures that his father is just worried about his business.
Don points out that he pulled strings to get Barbie back to the States so that his mother could see him before she died, and Barbie begs his father for the first time, asking for his help.
Junior and Melanie go to the school and find Joe in the tunnel. He tells them that Julia is okay and confirms that they have the egg, and then leads them to the cliff. Rebecca goes to the diner and finds Big Jim preparing a memorial service for Barbie. He explains that he couldn't find Julia to tell her what he was doing, and that he respected Barbie for what he did for the town even though they were often at cross-purposes. Rebecca figures that it's all another ploy by Big Jim to keep control of Chester's Mill, but he ignores her and continues with a prayer for Barbie.
Barbie agrees to stay for the night and Don admits that his son has changed since he saw him two years ago. He's not as edgy as he was, and Don figures that it's because of a woman.
Barbie admits that he has indeed met a woman he's in love with named Julia, and Don agrees to help him get back into the Dome. When his son wonders why, Don says that he knows what it feels like to be separated from the woman one loves.
At the cliff, Melanie takes out the egg and it glows, and then creates a hologram of the city of Zenith. Julia figures that the Dome is showing them where Barbie has gone and that he's still alive. Sam and Pauline go back to Pauline's room to talk. Among the paintings is one of a red door standing ajar.
Don and Barbie are walking through the woods - where there's a red door half buried in the ground with a glowing handprint on it. Under the Dome Wiki Explore. TV Series. Characters Unnamed or Unseen. Cast Crew. Overview Chapters Characters. Novel Community Back. Explore Wikis Community Central. Register Don't have an account? However, the temptation to open it is very strong for MiaRose.
Two new Barbies and their owners! Keep the pictures and stories coming! Here is Tia on this celebration of her Gotcha Day. Three years after she received her first Barbie. What is it about Going Home Barbie that leaves me a bit unsettled? Is it the perfectly made-up, skinny blonde mom, so composed, with her new baby?
Is this the image that Mattel imagines all Chinese babies have of their new mom? Is it that Mattel is using the occasion of such a private, personal, heartwrenching moment, to advertise? Or is it the little welcome sign next to the Barbie — welcome to America — you will now be able to have so many toys just like this, in your new, and some may assume, better, life. Tia never had a doll before this one. But it was obvious that she was loved, and well cared for.
And so I wonder, is it a better life, this one represented by the Barbie? Or just a different one? Either way, I am reminded daily of how very lucky we are to have our Tia in our lives. She is amazing. And so full of joy. And she loves this Barbie. She just gave her a haircut, in fact. Love this idea! Pics attached! Sept and the other is most recently — March So I now have an email set up so that you can send me your pictures and stories. The email is:. I will only post your message, picture and first names.
No last names, addresses, or personal info. I realized today when I was weeding my front yard that I am not a Barbie fan. They grin at me as if to say, "Look. One of your people. It's not her porcupine hair that sticks straight up, or her still malnourished body.
It's the toy she was given at the White Swan Hotel in Guangzhou, just before she and her adoptive mom got on the plane aimed toward the U. It's called Going Home Barbie. I know this because it's still in the box and, from the way Rachel handles it as if it were rare art, it probably always will be. Inside are two dolls: Barbie, white, blond and dressed for what looks like divorcees-night-out at the Holiday Inn Lounge, and her small baby who appears more Aztec than Chinese.
She's huge, this Barbie, actually dwarfing the cardboard house and picket fence that attempt to confine her. And she's too young — twenty, at most.
Rather than an adoptive mom returning with a baby from China, she resembles a steroid-soaked Swedish nanny who's making off with a small, Mayan child. Click here to read more.
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