We meet an Indian, named John Grey.
Well, Ok, maybe it was Grave, but I'm gonna go with my first impression.
When mentioning the X-Files in a tv show, why must they always stick a little whistling in the music?
And the irony is, they could send the case to the X-Files, but the show moved out of Vancouver, where IMan is filmed ;)
Truck gets tossed on it's side, and we see through the camera into tha cab. The shot was actually just the camera turned. Evidenced by the actors sitting rather comfortably, and 'sideway's trees out the back window =)
I love, yet loathe time travel stories. I hope Farscape can pull this one off well.
I'm set though, got the anti-timetravel serum, milk and Oreos. I forget how this running gag began with us, but it's still there, even when I'm the only one.
Before I get back to the show, it looks like a slightly more permanet death than usual for Zhaan. Virginia's out of the credits.
Which, is a good thing. There HAD to be consequences to bringing back Aeryn. Death should not be a trivial thing. Here's hoping Zhaan's isn't.
"This is what Peacekeepers are meant to do, defend the defenseless."
Um, Aeryn? SINCE WHEN??
And Stark's new outfit is spiffy. Doesn't look like he fell off the garbage truck anymore.
Good episode (So far, we'll see how it plays out), but the temporal mechanics, such as they are, are totally frelled.