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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by LoadStar, Jul 16, 2012.
I'm going to miss this show. I got hooked with the 1943 season and watched ever since.
That's what I thought too. And I think that's the way it was.
Can someone help me with this episode. I watched the entire thing, but I must have dosed off. I saw the wormholes, Andy getting pulled into pieces and the sheriff going through the wormhole and seeing his life flash before his eyes. What I missed is why the wormholes were happening and what they did about them.
Also saw the guy from Battlestar show up to buy and save the city. He is from the past right? When they went back in time, they brought him to the future with them, right?
I should just rewatch the episode. Pretty lame that I watch the entire series and the last episode I barely remember what happened.
The data transfer was causing it, since the movers had taken a regulating piece of equipment. The collapsed them into a single one, and Carter went through with Fardo's strong force thingamagig and that made them go away.
Or something like that.
Was anyone else expecting Carter to "slide" through the wormhole and come out on the same Earth but a different dimension?
How do you know he didn't and just hasn't noticed yet? It might make a great beginning for a special somewhere down the road.
...Awful ending to the show. This episode was slapped together like a refugee camp.
Considering that they only had a few days between when they found out they were canceled and could produce one more episode, to the time they had to shoot this and wrap the series, I'd say they did a pretty damn good job.
Did he have any prior connection to the show or was this just a random cameo?
I'm pretty sure the line about how "at least the DOD gave us six weeks" followed by the memo from DOD that their closing was moved up to today was a bit of a reference to that.
Random cameo, as far as I know.
Yep, that's exactly what that was. They were told they'd have a six-episode final season, and then at the last minute they were told they'd been canceled and that they could make one more wrap up episode.
Heh, that slipped by me. Clever.
So does that mean the show was denewed?
Reminds me of the episode of "Arrested Development" where they were complaining that their "house-constuction contract" was cut from 22 houses to 18 houses.
and Lupo reprimanded him for letting the robot run free (or something like that)
My kids started watching this last batch with me (the last 6 or so episodes). They absolutely loved the show and were heartbroken to find out it was over.
I think they might enjoy warehouse 13 as well. Can't start them on science fiction too early, if you ask me!
M5 does special effects work for Hollywood, Grant is good a building robots/RC stuff. It is possible that the producers used M5 for some of the effects during the show's run.
Have I said before that......oh.....yeah.....never mind.
Semi-satisfying ending...that's the best I can give it. Won't be missed....certainly not in the state it was this last season.
THAT would be AWESOME...
Two-hour finales are reserved for shows that deserve it...