I missed that. It happened so fast I thought it was a random FBI agent. Updated review. Thanks!
Thanks. I corrected it. Regarding Lockwood, that was the name that Showtime had on their press site for the character which led to the initial error.
@Wizarddrummer Under the Dome's been renewed for season 2. It will air next summer.
@Tanner - It was 10 weeks.
@Patricia That show was another summer series, Persons Unknown. I liked that series and was disappointed that it didn't make it another season, especially with that cliffhanger ending.
@Dmac and @Guest - One of the hazards of watching an online screener. It wasn't clear that the plane was inside the dome. On re-watching it on TV, it definitely was inside. Thanks for the correction.
@WatchesTooMuch Good point about the dreams. I can't blame him for not telling his current girlfriend that he was having sexual dreams about someone else. It's not like he was actively pursuing Karen.
@Watches Too Much - I don't think Hal knew what was happening, so he wasn't really keeping a secret from Maggie. He seemed to be in a trance like state when he was meeting with Karen. The first sign was when they found the muddy boots.
@Carol - Kadar is played by Robert Sean Leonard. He's probably best known for playing Dr. Wilson on House. He also was in Dead Poet's Society.
@Kevin - In an interview with Noah Wyle, he said the series won't have longer seasons. He likes the short season because it's not too disruptive to his family life.
@R re: Lauren and Bo -- My issues with the relationship played out in the story, so they weren't unfounded. And, they had nothing to do with liking or not liking the two of them together.
The speculation at the end was about whether or not after their issues/problems they could find their way back to each other. Lauren wanted space, but it became much more than that. Have her actions precluded any future for the two of them? I don't know, but presented a possible way back to each other.
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