Journeyman 10/1/2007 (S01E02) "Friendly Skies"

Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by dswallow, Oct 1, 2007.

  1. pjenkins

    pjenkins God bless Texas :)

    Mar 8, 1999
    Plano, TX, USA


    i didn't notice this at all, perhaps the center channel volume is too low on your system (do you watch the HD 5.1 feed?)
  2. needo

    needo New Member

    Jul 9, 2003
    I dont have HD or Surround sound. Just a normal TV.
  3. unicorngoddess

    unicorngoddess Wooooonicorngodess

    Nov 19, 2005
    Lewisville, TX
    I didn't have a problem with the sound at all last night. We watched it on a tiny cheap tv though since we're not at home.
  4. Kamakzie

    Kamakzie Are you serious bro?

    Jan 7, 2004
    I hope this show does good ratings, I like it.

    EDIT just looked and it appears Journeyman got a 3.3 and Chuck got a 3.1...
  5. Rob Helmerichs

    Rob Helmerichs I am Groot! TCF Club

    Oct 17, 2000


    I haven't had any problem with the sound.

    [AD fan]I guess you're just not SMART ENOUGH to listen to Journeyman![/AD fan]

  6. trainman

    trainman Nice to see you

    Jan 29, 2001
    I want to know what airline is currently flying widebody jets between San Francisco and Portland.
  7. Bierboy

    Bierboy Seasoned gas passer

    Jun 12, 2004
    Fishers, IN
    Crap, I'd load up on Apple stock from five years's split several times since then.
  8. dianebrat

    dianebrat wait.. I did what? TCF Club

    Jul 6, 2002
    I loved the point where it dawns on him that Livia might be assigned to tracking him!

    I also am beginning to suspect the reason she disappeared was that the stress of all her time traveling was going to be too much, and she realized she was better "disappeared" but then there were his questions on where, and when she lived.

    I too loved "no citrus, it tends to explode for some reason."
  9. bdlucas

    bdlucas Right side up again.

    Feb 15, 2004
    I'm really liking this show. Didn't figure out that the person he was helping was going to be Billy Marble, so for me it was a nice twist to the ending. Advantage me. :p

    I like the various relationship threads they have going - him with his family, with Livia, his brother, his boss, and of course the person he's helping each week. It'll be interesting to see how his meeting Livia on his travels is going to affect his marriage - I think at some point he'll tell his wife, or she'll find out somehow, and I don't think that'll go over too well.
  10. atrac

    atrac New Member

    Feb 27, 2002
    Los Angeles
    I didn't realize he was going to be helping Billy Marble either. It was odd to me that he was suddenly interacting with him though, so I began to think that he was going to be another time traveler or something. ;)

    At any rate, it did surprise me. I also liked how they did it subtly instead of knocking us over the head with it (like having the daughter and Billy get married or something).

    I'm still hooked on this show. I hope it doesn't get canceled!
  11. Hersheytx

    Hersheytx New Member

    Feb 14, 2003
    The daughter did not help the father but did help Billy Marble. I was thinking she was his donor. Am I missing something. At the end she says "He better love me, I saved his life".

    Plus the other part of the story where his brother is chasing him as the beat cop. He has the twenty dollar bill from the future. I got to think that is very important.
  12. rberry88

    rberry88 New Member

    Jul 5, 2003
    I would go back to 2003 and stop Steve Bartman from attending the Cubs playoff game. :)
  13. dtle

    dtle Well-Known Member

    Dec 12, 2001
    I was also having problems understanding some of the dialog. It took me a couple of rewinds to hear exactly the citrus comment.

    What I really want to know is: Was the depiction of the airlines in the 70s anywhere close to being accurate?
  14. dswallow

    dswallow Save the ModeratŠ¾r TCF Club

    Dec 3, 2000
    According to the Nielsen overnights/fast nationals, Journeyman lost 10% of the households over last week's premiere episode, 10.81% of adults 18-49. And for this episode it also lost 5.41% of households during the second half-hour and 12.9% of adults 18-49. Not really a good sign.

    Of course that also seemed to be about typical for all the freshman Monday night series.
  15. scooterboy

    scooterboy Coney Island Small

    Mar 27, 2001
    IIRC, she said "he better call me, I saved his life".

    She was his donor, but they didn't end up together.
  16. betts4

    betts4 I am Spartacus!

    Dec 26, 2005
    A Galaxy...
    I like the show and think it is interesting how they handle the here one minute, gone the next.
    Questions - did his wife text him to let him know she was going to tell security he had gotten off early? was that just great minds think alike? I know she text the brother. Also, were planes in the what? 70's? late 60's? really like that...smoke and almost everyone seeming high and such? I did love the bit when he was in the planes bathroom and looking at the little bars of soap. Nice.
    And does this mean he can't get out of SF? Or is there a time thing (every 8 hours it happens)
  17. DevdogAZ

    DevdogAZ Give 'em Hell, Devils

    Apr 16, 2003
    My problem with the cell phones is that even if he brings an old analog phone with him, he still won't have an account with a carrier, will he? Or will his EIN from himself back then work and he'll be using his own account from the past?

    Also, if he's a big shot reporter at the big SF newspaper, how is it that people don't recognize him? Like Tanna in this episode. When she met him in the present, wouldn't she already know who he was, as I presume his picture runs alongside his column in the paper.
  18. PajamaFeet

    PajamaFeet This Is Delicious

    Mar 25, 2004
    in front of...
    I thought that was great writing. He is using his old phone from the past, so he is on his old network and the carrier is none the wiser.

    I knew I kept my old crappy brick of a cell phone in a drawer for a reason. ;)

    I like that the onset of the headache signals he's about to travel, too. He can drive now anyway.
  19. DLiquid

    DLiquid Progressive User

    Sep 17, 2001
    I like this show. I was skeptical of the save a person each week gimmick, but they've made it work twice, so maybe they can pull it off.

    It's strange that they would have a similar twist at the end of both the first and second episodes: he thinks he's saving one person when it's really another.

    The Livia character still annoys me, but her role is fairly minimal so far.

    I agree they have to start addressing the paradox thing. To have a time travel show that ignores that would be ridiculous.

    Also, is he or is he not changing history? If he is changing things, will he start to see changes in the present, or are his deeds so miniscule that they have no real impact on day to day life?
  20. dswallow

    dswallow Save the ModeratŠ¾r TCF Club

    Dec 3, 2000
    "Seven Days" went on for 3 years and never once addressed it.

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