"...although it was found to be extremely diverting, the king recognized so much conformity between those that a true devotion leads on the path to heaven and those that a vain ostentation of some good works does not prevent from committing some bad ones, that his extreme delicacy to religious matters can not suffer this resemblance of vice to virtue, which could be mistaken for each other; although one does not doubt the good intentions of the author, even so he forbids it in public, and deprived himself of this pleasure, in order not to allow it to be abused by others, less capable of making a just discernment of it." As a result of Molière's play, contemporary French and English both use the word "tartuffe" to designate a hypocrite who ostensibly and exaggeratedly feigns virtue, especially religious virtue.The play is written entirely in 1,962 twelve-syllable lines (alexandrines) of rhyming couplets.Tartuffe is at first shocked but recovers very well.When Orgon enters the room and Damis triumphantly tells him what happened, Tartuffe uses reverse psychology and accuses himself of being the worst sinner: Orgon is convinced that Damis was lying and banishes him from the house.Alex later blocks Circuit's remote access to the history banks as a time hole crisis looms in the past.Alex rescues his team with a Timeship (they died originally), but upon learning of Wes's death in the past, the team goes back to save the day. As the Rangers claim the Dark Energem, Sledge pulls the Earth out of orbit.
Summer will later postpone an arranged marriage and live among the "normal people" in Corinth.Jake Dalrymple lives in a small country town in Wyoming with his partner Frannie.Despite this, he drives a very fancy car and dresses like a yuppie.Four Time Force officers follow and recruit Wes (whose DNA is similar to Alex's) to unlock their Morphers. Their DNA accidentally altered, Kat's human assistants begin to sire metahuman children.Among them, young Z will be shunned, and Jack (his parents reportedly missionaries) will live on the streets.