Yep, it was nothing like the pilot (which wasn't all that great). Just plain bonkers!Last episode IMO was quite bizarre, I shoud say Bizarre with capital B.
So much that I fast forwarded, after 15 minutes and went to watch just the last 3 minutes.
Maybe I'll watch next episode. maybe not.
Me too. I did not find it too bizarre to follow. They don't intend to tie up all loose ends in episode 2!I liked this week's episode.
This is a good question. But I only point out that one of those guys rematerialized with half his body inside a concrete support column! That is no kind of control that I would want.The black marketeers seem to be able to "control" the teleportation aspect of the Debris, some better than others, so how do they learn that?
I think I heard that each piece of debris does something different. I think the writers could keep this up for quite some time.
Hutchinson a Canadian guy who started playing with a gizmo he invented and with electromagnetism, started to fool around and could achieve among other the following:Interesting. Never heard of it. Why do you say it's real?
That sure does sound like SciFi! I can't Google any news source I would trust that actually verifies Hutchison's claims. Therefore, I remain skeptical. I did find this: John Hutchison - RationalWikiI think there are some of his videos on Ytube, and I said the so called Hutchinson effect it's real because even though it's sounds like sci-fi it's real.
No, if you have other options available from the various streaming services. If your TV viewing options are limited to the big networks, and you are a fan of sci-fi that strips any semblance of "sci" from the writing, then it may be worth checking out.I have been recording it, haven't had time to start a new show till now .... is it worth getting into ?
I do have options, Netflix and AP for starters.No, if you have other options available from the various streaming services. If your TV viewing options are limited to the big networks, and you are a fan of sci-fi that strips any semblance of "sci" from the writing, then it may be worth checking out.
Wise man. If you have a Hopper, waiting a week will allow you to auto skip the damnable commercials.I have been recording it, haven't had time to start a new show till now .... is it worth getting into ?
Thanks for the info ...Wise man. If you have a Hopper, waiting a week will allow you to auto skip the damnable commercials.
As Zookster intimated, there's little science in this so-called SciFi program. But as a scientist, I have to say that very few "SciFi" movies or shows have much (if any) science. What I want is some acknowledgement of real science in my SciFi. It is permissible to go faster than light by appealing to the "warp drive". It is impermissible IMHO to go faster than light without even acknowledging that might be a problem. Don't even get me started on the Disney film, The Black Hole. God Almighty that was awful! I had to watch it through to the end just to see if it was really that bad. It was. Did you know that both heaven and hell are lurking in there?
I also must say most of the episodes of Debris do have a twist at the end (classic element of scifi), and there is all sorts of neat alien tech to ooh and aah over. The hardware makes it hard SciFi, and the psychological elements make it soft SciFi a la Ray Bradbury. I am entertained, at least so far. Oh, and there is conspiracy. Both of the main protagonists work for different agencies, and both of their bosses are independently conspiring to do something we don't yet know what.