Is manipulation ever OK—even if good is accomplished? This explosive conclusion to the Novacom saga, Battle Lines, explores that topic. Strange things are going on all around. Both Jason in Alaska and Whit in Odyssey witness miraculous healings and unexplainable violence. What’s more, it appears that it’s all caused by the same source. Also, Whit discovers the shocking truth about the real owner of his new shop in Connellsville - and it’s not pretty. He’s starting to put things together as this shadowy web of deceit unfolds, but will it be too little too late?
There are no extra features on this album, but the episodes do feature a total of 4 minutes and 32 seconds of extra scenes that had to be deleted from the original broadcast versions in order to keep them at the appropriate time for the radio.
Erica Colburn is becoming a bad influence on Aubrey Shepard and is turning her against everyone who really loves her. When Aubrey is betrayed, she realizes that it's time for her to make a very important decision in her life.
Jason meets up with a man named Duncan Mathis, a former test subject for the RWS Research. Meanwhile, Whit tries to convince Tom that he must stop the Wave Therapy treatment that is being given to Agnes.
The album cover is slightly inaccurate. In Expect the Worst, Cal Jordan barely escapes the tower when it explodes, and he hurts his ankle, and Tom Riley holds on to him, while in the album cover, Cal is far away from the tower, and he is running, clearly without a hurt ankle.