Of course the John Glenn fall was historically accurate and he eventually won the senatorial seat but much later. Rene was Scott's first wife and she divorced him a little after this show. Alan eventually had an operation and successfully went to the moon on the third mission. His wife stuck by him their whole life.
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This must be a troll. No animal? What drugs are you taking?
I agree that Dark Matter wold be better as a Netflix show that you can binge-watch. Look at Daredevil - it would never have survived on network TV but luckily Marvel has total control and is making so much from it's movies that it can look at the long run.
I think it is quite clear that Arika is playing both sides in Vega she probably was behind Zoe. I think it is too simplistic to think that the bonfire has anything to do with Lucifer. There is no evidence in this series or the movie that Hell actually exists. I agree with BlueStar that it might be Raphael behind the bonfire or it might be a totally different entity.
Henry was spot on with his review. I also think that Luke and Aaron do a fantastic job as brothers "from another planet". I am glad that they didn't go with the potentially trite romantic traiangle between Dutch, D'avin and Johnny. However I still think that the Johnny/Lucy thing is more like BFF's than anything romantic (more like a gay and his "gurlfriend").
Really what about Gordo giving his wife the credit for his even entering the program. Of course it was tragic that it took nearly a decade later for Sally Ride to go into space. And the foreshadowing of John Glenn entering politics - but it would be about a decade later that he actually did.
I don't understand where people got the idea that Sean was ever under the influence of DriLL. Please elaborate. He was connected to "The Rock" but we don't know if it is an Adversary to the the DriLL entities.
This was really epic for moving forward. Clearly the DreAD docs a®e building monsters that don't precisely jibe with standard supes powers (I already figured this out last week) The Dread Docs are basically Frankensteins in the classic ways. Even better we got Parrish got mojo and is undoing or purifying the "failures" via the good ole Nemeton. I think it's safe that he not a crappy phoenix.I also love Lydia ("I am noy dating any HS guys.. Lydia and Parrish have the sweet "wink cute" moments so we can lighten up on this. He will train here to be the badass we saw in the first episode. Speaking of cute aspects we have Morgan semi-coercing Liam to the "Club" to be his wingman (Face it Liam has less experience with IP relationships than Mason, Liam tries do direct his buddy to (what turns out to biwolf) Brett
Comment modified at July 14, 2015 13:00
So let me get this straight (so to speak) Nick can actually be a normal nice guy without being attached to a "chick". But everybody else on the show has to pair up because in our society everybody their age is in a semicommitted going onto the love of their life relationship. What do you guys drink? But please members call out who your current lifemates are.
This was a very satisfying episode. I am pulling for Joe and Sarah as well as Tom and Cameron - come on is it too much to ask for suspension of disfunctionality? Unfortunately, what happened to Lev still occurs even today.
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