Hitchcoc from United States
20 May 2014
Another lame attempt to reuse scenes from the previous three seasons.
In this one, a reporter played by Alan Thicke is doing a broadcast,
attempting to expose the federal government's efforts at genetic
engineering, including the use of cloning. The broadcast isn't bad and
is handled nicely by Thicke, but to take unrelated episodes and try to
fuse them just doesn't work. People who care about this stuff must have
been so angry to see how the original plots were ignored so a bit of
footage could be taken out of context. It is exciting, certainly, but
we are given a dose of what will happen early on. Like so much of the
science fiction/fantasy anthology stuff, we know that the characters
are constantly swimming uphill. I haven't seen future episodes, but I
sincerely hope they can come up with a budget that would allow them to
do a new episode, even an exciting one, to conclude the season.
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