14 February 2013 6:03 PM, PST | Collider.com | See recent Collider.com news »

There's only thing people love more than conspiracy theories, and that is hating Nazis.  Luckily, Zero Hour has both, plus the long-buried secrets of the Christian church, ancient languages, clockmaker secrets and international terrorist organizations.  Yes parts of the episode were clunky and broad, but it's a broadcast network pilot, what do you want?  Did you not hear?  Conspiracies!  Nazis!  Anthony Edwards!  Zero Hour comes from the mind of Paul Scheuring, who created Prison Break, and is clearly no stranger to drawing things out.  But if ABC is smart the show will not fall prey to what happened to both Lost and Prison Break, and instead deliver a tight and coherent series.  We can only hope.  I'm getting ahead of myself -- hit the jump to talk about the first episode and  what we learned from it.  Put on your tinfoil hat, comrades!  Time is key to Zero Hour (obviously »

- Allison Keene

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