@Flash525 (too difficult to cut and edit out a multi-quote from mobile so @ ing you) just giving my 2 cents on the earlier quote. Predetermination/destiny can but doesn’t have to exclude free will IMO. The free will just happens to be part of the predetermination. Without the free will you wouldn’t even need to determine anything and everything would proceed robotically. If you were destined to have an egg thrown at you on your way home from work you wouldn’t have to decide to get out of bed and go to work in the first place, it would automatically happen through some mysterious force dragging you there even with your brain switched off - but in reality you will make a succession of free choices to get to that point. If our path tonight for eg has been predetermined it doesn’t mean us going through the motions of choosing between pizza and KFC aren’t still up to us - it would only feel any different if we actually found out that events were predetermined - and even then we wouldn’t know which takeaway we had been predetermined to choose. The fact that we would end up choosing the predetermined takeaway wouldn’t mean that we didn’t choose it and exercise free will. If I know someone is going to save a cat tomorrow it doesn’t make them saving the cat less heroic and it doesn’t mean they didn’t freely decide to save the cat when the choice of doing so or not presented itself. The way they have talked about this issue so far feels like these agents are protecting what would happen through free will and without artificial and unnatural meddling with time by those managing to become external to the system. We’ll see over the next few episodes if what they are doing is portrayed as good/necessary work or villainous though and it should be a very interesting ride!