Cassandra Loren uses a Time Portal to travel from 2155 back to 1978 and make herself a fortune in a time when that still meant something. Adam Clement, the Time Portal's inventor, follows ... See full summary »

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Cassandra Loren uses a Time Portal to travel from 2155 back to 1978 and make herself a fortune in a time when that still meant something. Adam Clement, the Time Portal's inventor, follows Cassandra in order to stop her. He is quick to contact the I.A.D.C. (because his grandfather worked for them around the year 2000) and Diana Prince in particular. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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Adam refers to a nuclear apocalypse in 2007, but the actions in this episode may have changed that chronology. Cassandra complains that Wonder Woman is also active in the 23rd Century, indicating Diana is either extremely long-lived or has been succeeded, although the closing scene implies she expects to be around in 2155. At one point, I.R.A.C. is about to disclose a secret to Adam, potentially its conclusion that Diana Prince is really Wonder Woman, but they're interrupted. See more »

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When Cassandra mounts the horse to flee the mine, she is wearing brown high-heel boots. When Wonder Woman lassos her from the horse, she is wearing black sneakers. See more »

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Diana Prince: Cassandra is going into mining? Why?
Adam Clement: Money. She loved this time period because of it's obsession with money.
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Edited from Space: 1999 (1975) See more »

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Mind Blowing Teaser, Then It Slows Down
8 January 2017 | by See all my reviews

Two humans from 2155 travel to 1978...or is it 1999 as we see stock footage from the UK series Space 1999 in this hour??

The totally unknown director of this episode, Seymour Robbie, had previously directed season two's The Bermuda Triangle Crisis and he seemed to have a weird passion for bringing in totally out-of-place and totally recognized stock footage from past science fiction TV shows.

With "Crisis" he pinched footage of the Seaview from Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea and with Time Bomb he breaks a TV record by pinching footage from a series, Space 1999, which was produced in another country: the UK.

I am something of an expert on the subject of 1970s shows/movies taking footage from others, but I don't recall a case of a US show taking footage from a UK show.

But anyway, away from all this, after a totally mind blowing teaser (scored by Richard LaSalle) Time Bomb becomes a slower and more routine episode that can only be called okay.

Considering the imaginative plot, it should have been a whole lot better than it is. However, season three has better hours than this, like Gault's Brain and the two-parter The Boy Who Knew Her Secret.


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