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I To Die, You To Live
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Season
1
Episode
2
Writer
Julie Plec
Director
Charles Beeson
Air Date
26 April 2016
Cast
David Gyasi as Alex Carnahan

Christina Moses as Jana Mayfield
Chris Wood as Jake Riley
Kristen Gutoskie as Katie Frank
Claudia Black as Sabine Lommers
George Young as Victor Cannerts
Hanna Mangan-Lawrence as Teresa Keaton
Trevor St John as Leo Greene

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The hour of departure has arrived, and we go our separated ways. I to die, and you to live. Which of these is better, God only knows.
~ Plato, Apology of Socrates

I To Do, You To Live is the second episode of the Season 1 of Containment and the second episode of the series. It aired on 25 April 2016 on Global and 26 April 2016 on The CW.

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48 HOURS — While Lex (David Gyasi) attempts to maintain control outside the cordon, he learns that a young woman, who had close contact with an infected patient, is unaccounted for.  With limited resources available, Lex is forced to enlist help from Jake (Chris Wood), whose growing resentment towards Lex for getting him trapped inside is causing him to spiral.  Elsewhere, Katie (Kristen Gutoskie) attempts to keep it together as she keeps a watchful eye over her students, while Teresa (Hanna Mangan Lawrence) is devastated to learn that her friends may have been exposed to the virus. Finally, Jana (Christina Moses), who has learned that her best friend Suzy (guest star Nadine Lewington) is also trapped inside the cordon, rations out their limited food as they wait out the 48-hour quarantine.  Claudia Black, Trevor St. John and George Young also star.  Charles Beeson directed the episode written by Julie Plec (#102). [1]

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