The Last Ship: Season 1, Episode 10

No Place Like Home (24 Aug. 2014)

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The crew of the USS Nathan James arrive in Baltimore with the cure expecting a welcoming committee, but what they find is something else entirely.



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Doc Rios (as Maximiliano Hernandez)


Now the human tests show the vaccine and cure works, all crew in injected and the ship seeks a port to organize its mass-production. Their initial choice, a fort, proves deliberately bombed. A radio signal however invites them to the tiny remnant of the US government's HQ in what's left of Baltimore. Acting 'president' Amy Granderson's weakling government offers them suitable facilities, but the ship attracted the lethal attention of a ruthless confederation of warlord-like militias who want to maintain their power and hence the pest-caused chaos. Granderson's state troopers guard proves a poor match. Written by KGF Vissers

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No Place Like Home OR Soylent Grey
3 September 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Well the season has wrapped up and I have changed my tune. I admit it. This show turned out to be pretty good. At the onset – I really thought this show was a stinker, a loser, a flop, a failure, a debacle and maybe even a bit of a bust. I was quite sure of my conclusions until I read some reviews from people like "dean-556". I digested their words and became enlightened. I discovered my perception was all screwed up. My mistake was that I did not relate "The Last Ship" to the 1960s "Star Trek" series. How could I be so blind? Once my mindset was realigned, I quickly conquered that hurdle of intolerance and started ingesting the kool-aide. In this episode the Nathan James anchors off Maryland and sends two landing parties ashore in order to share Dr. Scott's cure. No shocker here – the RHIBs are top-heavy with brass, while the CHENG is left behind, in command of a 'Red Shirt' skeleton-crew. As Baltimore's surface appears, you know all is not peachy-keen. It does not take long for evil to uncoil itself and expose a dangerously unnerving plot. I won't say what the plot is – but it has nothing to do with 'Soylent Green.' Chilling? Scared yet? Seasick? Shaking in fear? We have to wait (unless this show gets canceled) Oh - and so the season wrap-up is somewhat lackluster and really contrived, it is fun. And please don't take this show seriously – it is not intended as propaganda, it is entertainment. If one is bound and determined to label this as propaganda you are missing the mark. I am looking forward to next season.

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