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Forever is the second episode of SEE’s second season. It aired on September 3, 2021.


An old enemy comes face-to-face with Baba. Jerlamarel struggles to accept a life without sight.


At the House of Enlightenment, Jerlamarel struggles to accept that he has lost his sight as a result of the injuries inflicted on him by Baba Voss. Oloman tries to comfort him but Jerlamarel refuses to to be blind and orders Olomon to keep looking in the medical books for a treatment.

In Trivantes, Baba continues to be tortured at the orders of Edo Voss. Wren continues to watch over Haniwa, freeing her from her shackles and taking her into the city itself. Eventually, they read Wren's hidden place, a preserved apartment high in a skyscraper where no blind people have dared to venture. Wren learns that Haniwa can read; Haniwa begins to read "Alice in Wonderland" to Wren.

Kofun continues onto Pennsa with Toad and his Witchfinders while Queen Kane is presented with the greatest minds of the city to form a Council of State. However, the Queen wants to assemble a Council of War. While the Queen advocates for attacking Trivantes, others counsel that defenses across the kingdom should be increased. Maghra questions the Queen's plan, leading the Payan ruler to being seeing dissent forming. Maghra begins to worry that the Queen's confidence in their victory over Trivantes will end up with them all dead.

In Trivantes, Haniwa and Wren get closer and share a kiss. After, Wren considers what would happen if she let Haniwa go; Haniwa offers to bring Wren with her but Wren does not want to lose her life in Trivantes. The Triangle meets with Edo Voss to discuss Queen Kane's proclamation and assertion that the Trivantians destroyed Kanzua. The Triangle is more worried about the Ganites on the western border than Queen Kane's claims, believing that the return of the sighted is a myth and nothing more.

In prison, Baba finds that Tamacti Jun is a fellow prisoner, learning that Maghra is not dead and is, in fact, the sister of the Queen. In Pennsa, Lord Harlan proposes a marriage alliance to Queen Kane, but she counters and offers Maghra to him instead. Edo plans to breed Haniwa with his soldiers to produce sighted children, leading Wren to free Baba and Tamacti Jun to rescue her.






  • Joshua Henry as Jerlamarel
  • Franz Drameh as Boots
  • Alex Breaux as Dax
  • Adam Morse as Frye
  • Tamara Tunie as The Bank
  • Joe Flanigan as The Military
  • James Immekus as The People


  • Martin Roach as Captain Gosset
  • Adrian Groulx as Rockwell
  • Nina Kiri as Harmony
  • Dayo Okeniyi as Oloman
  • Damaris Lewis as Sheva
  • Michael Giel as Storyteller
  • Ron Kennell as Lord Torrance
  • Michael Reventar as Lord Diego
  • Maxim Savaria as Massler
  • Suzanne Roberts-Smith as Foley Artist
  • Mike Chow as Healer
  • Moses Nyarko as Ryder
  • Simon Northwood as Flint
  • Sammi Vassell as Queen’s Herald
  • Hannah Younis as Protestor
  • Robin John Frigeri as Protestor
  • Jesse Buck as Protestor
  • Jennifer Merchant as Marketplace Citizen
  • Jonathan Ellul as Marketplace Citizen
  • Jessica Allen as Marketplace Citizen