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Another Time, Another Place

If you believe in alternate realities, universes, or the multiverse, Space 1999’s episode “Another Time, Another Place” is your cup of tea. This is what happens when a person exists in two or more realities, which sure makes for lots of unintended consequences. Or if you have lots of toy model space ships, a movie […]

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Dead Ringer

Ever been two places at once? People ever say they saw your twin? An evil twin maybe or not? Here’s an episode of One Step Beyond titled “Dead Ringer” about that:)

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Travelers

Here’s an interesting Netflix series I been watching “Travelers”. It’s about survivors from a future dystopian society who return to a past earth. Also it’s about an AI (kind of like Watson, but this AI is called the Director) who has a similar function to God. However, I don’t think the real God wants to […]

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Return of Mitchell Campion

Two trillion galaxies. Four billion stars in just the Milky Way galaxy. One second to name each star in the Milky Way. 12, 864 years to say all the names of the stars in the Milky Way.

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Pocket Savior

Essentially, The Stand’s “Pocket Savior” is about Larry Underwood. It’s this broadcast that we explore Larry Underwood’s background and history. As well, Larry, Nadine, and Stu meet up. Finally, Rita Blakemoor cannot endure living due to the harsh realities of the pandemic. Although pretty much about Larry, this episode does follow a few other story […]

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Filmed Before a Live Studio Audience

If you have some time during your Covid-19 quarantine isolation, you should check out Marvel Studio’s new television series WandaVision. From the looks of it, the first episode “Filmed Before a Live Studio Audience” takes place in the 1950s. That being the case, Wanda, a mutant superhero aka witch, and Vision, an android aka robot, […]

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The End

Stephen King’s The Stand episode “The End” is about the beginning of the end of this world. To begin, it starts with a biblical plague and a nightmarish biotech disaster. Not only that, we see a constitutional crisis during “The End.” Basically, “The End” focuses on “the last days” of “the last days.”

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Madman Across the Water

“Madman Across the Water” follows a few good story lines. To begin, we learn Felix is working on Elton to get the rest of the group to return to West Virginia, even though there’s no hope. As well, in this airing, Huck realizes the significance of the group’s cross-country trip. Not only that, Elton deals […]

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The Wrong End of a Telescope

“The Wrong End of a Telescope” follows a few developments in The Walking Dead: World Beyond. First, the group really does not trust the CRM, because they are secretive as hell- and I can’t blame them. Also, the group takes shelter in a local high school, as Iris takes a stroll down memory lane, only […]

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The Tiger and the Lamb

“The Tiger and the Lamb” has many different story angles, so I will focus on a few. First and foremost, Hope almost lost her life over nothing, because she never thought things through. As well, Silas is afraid to kill zombies, because it will unleash the beast in him. Not only that, Iris, the supposed […]

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