Wow...I'm not even sure this episode deserves a review. "Creator" was a clip show, and a terrible one at that. At least "Home" had an interesting frame surrounding the clips we've already seen. The producers should be ashamed of what they spat out onto the television screen. In light of talk that there won't be a third season, "Creator" gives the perfect ammo to those who don't want another season.
The episode begins with the arrival of the Creator (Keisha Castle-Hughes). She wants Richard dead because he is an agent of the Keeper. That's where all the clips start. She explains situation after situation when Richard helped the Keeper. We get it! Richard sometimes helps the Keeper when he doesn't intend to. It's almost like a trial with the villagers gasping at each revelation that Richard may have helped the Keeper.
Kahlan provides Richard's defense, laying out several instances when he stopped the Keeper creatures and saved Kahlan's life. Richard does good things also! But then, the Creator makes another scathing accusation. More gasps! He hasn't killed Kahlan yet to stop the prophecy, because he needs Kahlan to find the stone, so he can deliver it to the Keeper. Oh noes!! Pure speculation is fun.
Cara comes back with the Creator's husband, Jason. Throughout the episode, we learn how the Creator came to inhabit their world. She had been born as Maia, but wasn't the Creator until she grew old enough. The Sisters of the Light took her away, gave her their hahn, and watched over her husband. Before any development, Darken Rahl disrupts their stand off, opening a rift in the ground. Richard saves the Creator and instantly gains her trust. Predictable and stupid.
Score: 0/10 (I'm not joking; the episode was complete crap)