George Scrivens was a virtual representation of one of Jacob Frye and Evie Frye's genetic memories, relived by a Helix initiate through the Helix Navigator.


Jacob or Evie Frye were tasked with bringing in the criminal George Scrivens.


  • Scrivens: Are we all set? The shipment should be arriving any minute now. I want this to go as smoothly as possible. Keep your wits about you, we don't want the police sticking their noses where they don't belong. And sure as the sky is grey in London, I know what you schemers are like. Keep your fingers to yourselves. This shipment is mine. I will take inventory with great scrutiny. So mind your desires. We will bring in coin with this new shipment of... goods.
  • Tess: That Mister Scrivens has another thing coming.
  • Margie: Oh, what d'you mean, Tess?
  • Tess: I mean, look at him, Margie! Never seen a thug dressed so well nor glow so much in me life! Whatever shipments he's bringing in these days is also bringing in a lot of money.

Jacob kidnapped Scrivens.

  • Scrivens: What in God's name!
    Get off me, you!
    Leave me alone!
  • Jacob: Now, now, Mister Scrivens.
    Keep quiet.
  • Scrivens: This is none of your business. Piss off!
  • Jacob: Your criminal activity has made it my business.
  • Scrivens: What criminal activity? Can't a fellow stand about the docks with his workers and wait for a shipment to come in?
  • Jacob: A shipment of narcotics? I think not.

Evie's interaction would be slightly different.

  • Scrivens: What in God's name!
    Get off me, you!
    Leave me alone!
  • Evie: Be quiet, would you?
  • Scrivens: Can't a man do his work without being interrupted?
  • Evie: Maybe, if that man's work didn't also involve the police.
  • Scrivens: What exactly has the police involved?
  • Evie: Does shipping and selling narcotics sound familiar?

If Scrivens shook free, he would react as follows.

  • Scrivens: Not this time!
    Help! A strange man is after me!
    Ha! Too slow!
    A strange woman is after me, help!

Jacob apprehended Scrivens once more.

  • Scrivens: No! Let me go, I say!
  • Jacob: Come along, Mister Scrivens.

Evie's interaction would be slightly different.

  • Scrivens: Let me go! I said, let me go!
  • Evie: Come along now, Mister Scrivens.

Jacob or Evie forced Scrivens into a carriage.

  • Scrivens: Help! I'm trapped! Somebody help me!

Jacob or Evie delivered Scrivens to Frederick Abberline.

  • Abberline: Thank you, friend.


George Scrivens was delivered to the Metropolitan Police, ending his criminal schemes.