TVOM: "The past is a funny thing for the characters living in the purgatory of Banshee, Pennsylvania. While it’s something most only remembered in fragments, it’s very much the things that define them. These are not people embracing the future or looking ahead with bright eyes; the people of Banshee (and on Banshee, in general) are there because they can’t let go, because they won’t stop fighting against the karmic wave constantly threatening to overtake them for their perceived sins or slights. They all have a very elastic relationship with time; the farther they get from their past and the less they recognize the person who lived that life, the more they realize they’ll never truly escape from who they are, or what they did. In the end, it’s all about how you define yourself by your successes, failures, shortcomings, and talents – and it’s that personal obstacle, the final step in inner peace, that keeps anyone from leaving Banshee, even if it takes them away physically."