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  1. Current Timeline: News and Media

    I think the premise for “Reverie” looks interesting as well but I’m probably not going to tune in mostly because I’m sure I’ll forget, lol. A bunch of years ago NBC showed Journeyman which lasted 13 episodes. It was cancelled during the writers strike that year. Since the writing was on the wall for that show when the last couple of episodes were being broadcast I decided to buy the episodes on iTunes. Now I’m thinking about doing the same for Timeless. I don’t watch a lot of network TV so Timeless was one of the rare exceptions and the only show I watched on NBC. If they’re going to cancel another good show I like I might tune them out altogether.
  2. S02.E09: The General / S02.E10: Chinatown

    They did in the episode when they brought young JFK to the present and left Flynn to deal with the Rittenhouse sleeper agent. I think the way it works is they can’t be there at the same moment but later on isn’t a problem.
  3. S02.E09: The General / S02.E10: Chinatown

    Right before they left for 1888 Rufus (I think) said something about making 2 trips. I’m not sure but I find it hard to believe that what Rittenhouse was trying to accomplish there would entirely change the outcome of the Civil War. What I found laughable was Lucy, Wyatt, Rufus and Flynn all knew their Civil War history but the Rittenhouse plant needed a book (a rather thin book too!) to tell him what to do. They couldn’t recruit a Civil War reenactor for this? Lol.
  4. Answering your first question, I think so. I don’t know about your second question but now I’m wondering, lol. Weather wise it looked like the perfect day. Glad the sun was out for their special day!
  5. Small Talk: You've Just Crossed Over

    27 out of 30 for me!
  6. Barbara, Katie and Polly: the Douglas Wives

    I hope they show the rest of the series too as there’s a bunch of episodes from the last season that I’ve never seen. I caught a couple of them on You Tube but it seems the whole season was never there. Now I have to remember when it’s goung to be on... I have Comcast too and haven’t noticed any distortion, maybe it’s the MeTv affiliate that’s the issue.
  7. Also, to add about The Andy Griffith show, when Andy Griffith left and it became Mayberry RFD, people were still watching - if I remember correctly, that show was part of the great rural purge of 1971.
  8. The ID Channel: Investigation Discovery

    Yes, it is returning in February. I’m hoping Web of Lies and Disappeared returns. They are my favorites.
  9. Stargate SG-1, Star Trek (The original series), Mad Men, Seinfeld, Lost, The Shield, The Twilight Zone, Arrested Development (the Fox run)
  10. What's Your Favorite Episode?

    Odyssey of Flight 33 is a favorite of mine as well. I’m glad it was on at a good time for this marathon. Another one of my favorites, To Serve Man is on right now.
  11. What's Your Favorite Episode?

    We’re only a few days away from the Twilight Zone New Year’s marathon!!!
  12. Friendperidot, do you get WE TV? They show the early seasons of Law & Order. Looks like TNT shows the later ones.
  13. All Episodes Talk: What Happened Happened

    I watched the show during its initial airing and later bought the DVDs. About a year or so ago I binge watched the series and was sad when I got to the last episode. I’m contemplating another go through soon so I’ll second the thought. Also, about the unanswered questions, while it would have been nice to know, leaving them unresolved didn’t ruin the overall story for me. At one point I forgot about some of those parts anyway.
  14. That’s great news. I’ve enjoyed the episodes so far and now there’s more to come!
  15. What's Your Favorite Episode?

    I’m not sure if this is the right spot to post this: http://tvline.com/2017/11/02/the-twilight-zone-revival-cbs-all-access/ I guess CBS is happy with Star Trek Discovery’s ratings (it's been renewed) that they’re reviving the Twilight Zone. The 80s version was meh, the 2002 version was ok but I’m not paying to see this. Rod Serling would need to be involved for me to even consider and I know that won’t happen.