This is far from a good show. Sure the premise is actually fantastic, but I couldn't be more displease with a show that promised so much. This show is going to flat-line, and it could have so easily given so much more. *sigh*
Can we not call autism a disease it's disorder....
The social worker LITERALLY said the word autistic when Martin mentioned the numbers. Were you deaf or just not paying attention?
"Touch" in my preference is an Excellent Show! It is really heart touching with good experience of real life situation's. But, the only problem is a lot of advertisements in between the episodes. Which I prefer should be moved to the beginning and the end of the show. It makes more sense if ad's were played 15 minutes before and after the show. Which will keep viewers concentrated on the episode rather then concentrate on distractions such ad's.
I absolutely loved it! I am so very tired of shows about police, lawyers or crime scenes. this is fresh and so very different. It captured me from beginning to end. Cannot wait for the next episode. A+ in my book!!!!
You guys are idiots,
wtf? more action and suspense.. I hope u get raped and dismembered in a ditch and hope u die of cancer...
this was absolutely brilliant
Finally watched this today - LOVED. IT. There were several spots where I almost cried...the guy in Japan with his daughter's photos on the Jumbotron, Martin trying to connect with his son when he dropped him at the facility...LOVED IT.
Am I the only person in the world who has read Wholeness and the Implicate Order by physicist David Bohm? The writers obviously have. Bohm was a friend of Einstein and his book is about the underlying reality uniting all things-what many are calling "spiritual". Coincidence does not exist in the implicate order....All is connected. I am surprised that the writers did such a wonderful job of translating the profound ideas of one of the finest minds of the last century into a TV show. Perhaps the network should be kept in the dark, we wouldn't want people to begin to understand the profound nature of reality, now would we?
I have read in a lot of other people's comments about how improbable all these things are to be connected. I'm willing to bet that half the people who cited "too many coincidences" as something they didn't like about the show believe in a God/creator. If this story was 2,000 years old and appeared in the bible, however, it would be totally believable no matter how unlikely it seemed.
I thought the episode was great. Much different than I anticipated, but better than anticipated. Collective consciousness, entanglement, whatever... is a concept I've always found intriguing. I'm happy to see a tv show that might introduce that concept to a much wider audience and as a result open millions of minds to such possibilities. The documentary, "What the Bleep Do We Know?" helps explain some of these concepts.
I'm eagerly awaiting the next ep.
About the boy and the restaurant salesman, I think that's kinda the point they were making with the whole "red thread of fate" thing.
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