Though he looks to be in his forties, the man caught breaking into a research laboratory claims he's over 200 years old. He says he learned the secret formula for youth from the medicine ...
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Though he looks to be in his forties, the man caught breaking into a research laboratory claims he's over 200 years old. He says he learned the secret formula for youth from the medicine man who raised him. The researchers find him to be sad and lonely, afraid to love someone because she will die of old age while he just keeps going. Written by
Jay Phelps <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Here we go again. Another character is taking something that he/she shouldn't have. In this case we have a 200 year old man who has developed that depression that comes with relationships coming and going, people dying off while he goes on. He apparently has developed a juice that keeps him alive. At some point back in the 1800's he was charged with murder, and so the current police detective (this is so stupid, I can't even believe it) wants to bring him to justice. These SFT police kind of run their own show. I guess it's up to him whether a person should be charged or not. Actually, he's interested in the young research assistant in the lab where the guy works. There are the constant displays of affection which certainly don't help the mood of our poor guy. He has almost no interest in the scientific realities of the most remarkable cases of the century. Anyway, he is talked into letting the guy continue to help with the research. Some of these don't really pass the smell test. Of course, we're supposed to suspend our feelings and think these two are to be admired. This is a really awful episode.
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