Dan begins to wonder if he imagined his journeys and decides to get an MRI. Later, Dan and Katie try to have a romantic weekend, but Dan disappears during their flight when he is put back in time to deliver a baby.
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Message Posted On Monday, October 1st 2007 at 11:22 am
Starting to remind of a kind of a remnant of what Early Edition use to be. I'm staring to like it, but i know its not going to last on the air. The series needs something?
Like Early Edition we never really knew why he go the tomorrow's paper today (...until the last episode). is it going to be the same for this show? If so, I don't know how Its going to be. I like Early Edition, and hope I continue to like this.
Now to today's episode, it was good in the beginning, all the way till they met back up in the airport... then it stated to get slow.
Next weeks episode seems be very interesting though.
Message Posted On Monday, October 1st 2007 at 8:09 pm
It definitely needs something more, I just can't put my finger on what that would be. I guess always going back in time to save someone is already getting old, and it's only the second episode. There needs to be more of a reason.
I had serious issues with Dan jumping from a plane in present time onto a plane in the exact same spot 30 years ago. Really? There's like a .1% chance of that being plausible.
The show has an awesome premise, but the writing needs to be fine-tuned a bit to give it some more "wow" moments that would make me keep watching.
Message Posted On Tuesday, October 2nd 2007 at 11:12 am
I seriously think that this series needs to be more serialized like Lost, Heroes, 24, and Prison Break. That is the only way this show could work. Going back in time every week is a huge let down. Its really boring i mean i didnt even really pay attention to this weeks episode. They need a continuing story arch for example, Dan gets lost in time and he has to adjust to life in that specific time while trying to find a way to get back. Something.....
Message Posted On Tuesday, October 2nd 2007 at 1:04 pm