FLM films - My Webpage

1996-02-20 00:00:00 - Thank you, Larry... - (elsdoc@aol.com)


... for tonight's episode. What a ride! Back to the old spookiness, back to who do you trust...and, oh, boy, that bombshell about Hubbard! Love that beauty mark. After the last couple of episodes I was beginning to wonder how far off the deep end this show was going to go, but tonight really restored my faith. Could it have anything to do with the fact that you wrote this one? Can't wait for next week! Oh, just one thing. Please tell BG to stand a little closer to his razor.

1996-02-20 00:00:00 - Re: Thank you, Larry... - (puddintame@aol.com)


Elsdoc says: >"Thank you, Larry...for tonight's episode. What a ride!" Please pass the dramamine. >"Back to the old spookiness, back to who do you trust...and, oh, boy, that >bombshell about Hubbard!" You're not the writer's agent by any chance are you? If this is your idea of a good episode, that IS spooky. I posted my comments on this week's episode under another heading but for convenience sake here goes again: Well, well, wouldn't you know it...the man in the "Hidden Agenda" photograph has a distinct birthmark... ...which never appeared in the photo until tonight's episode. Wow! Now Tom finally confronts the man in the photo... ...and he just strolls past him down the street... ...and the bigshot in the limo lets him saunter off. I expected the last shot to be a freeze-frame of Tom, the kid, and the schoolteacher in the foreground giving each other the high-five, while in the background Hubbard slaps himself in the forehead I-Could-Have-Had-a-V-8 style as the dude in the limo gives him a reproachful look. Of course when I say "last shot" I mean "of the series" Much to my astonishment, at the end of the episode Tom has decided not to settle in Darby after all. <Slapping my own forehead> "Huh?!" <FREEZE FRAME> Pretty spooky, huh kids?!

1996-02-21 00:00:00 - Re: Thank you, Larry... - (kjinsk@aol.com)


In article <4gcej8$l4f@newsbf02.news.aol.com>, elsdoc@aol.com (Elsdoc) writes: >Please tell BG to stand a little closer to his razor. NO, NO, NO .... I was noticing last night how incredibly attractive he was with stubble and eye wrinkles. Okay, so I've had an otherwise uninteresting week. And my cat is sick, which throws off my sense of what is important. Karen

1996-02-22 00:00:00 - Re: Thank you, Larry... - (churritz@sd.cts.com)


In article <4gdhc2$2t0@newsbf02.news.aol.com>, PuddinTame <puddintame@aol.com> wrote: > >Much to my astonishment, at the end of the episode Tom has decided not to >settle in Darby after all. > ><Slapping my own forehead> "Huh?!" yes, we've seen this all before in Enemy Within, TV has a perfectly good life in town with the attractive Emily, and leave it all behind for more clues. That English Teacher was a bit even yet more attractive than Emily (at least to me) and there still is no other choice TV has but to continue the necessity of getting his life back. yes, maybe most people would settle down with anyone slightly attractive other than their wives, but Tom's not one to follow. Go TV! -skito -- here i am here i am waiting to hold churritz@cts.com This Mortal Coil -- you

1996-02-23 00:00:00 - Re: Thank you, Larry... - (jlhatch@postoffice.ptd.net)


In article <4gcej8$l4f@newsbf02.news.aol.com>, elsdoc@aol.com says... >What a ride! Back to the old spookiness, back to who do you trust...and, >oh, boy, that bombshell about Hubbard! Love that beauty mark. After the >last couple of episodes I was beginning to wonder how far off the deep end >this show was going to go, but tonight really restored my faith. Could it >have anything to do with the fact that you wrote this one? Can't wait for >next week! > I can't wait for next week's also, but not because I liked this week's show. I didn't like the flip-flop, where instead of wondering what "them" is up to, we had to try to figure out how TV was performing all the miraculous stunts. 1) When was he wearing the lenses and when not? Why did he seem under the spell when confronting the kid outside (sure he said later that "they" were listening, but no more so than any other time he spoke privately with him)? 2) What? No security to get into the television studio? How'd he get in? How'd he find the CSU documentation? 3) How'd he know he was going to get caught and set up to videotape the encounter? (or did he just go back and use the security camera that was rolling tape all along?) 4) How'd he get the expertise to sabotage their plan to go state-wide with the mesmerizing logo? 5) What about even a hint of closure about his new-found relationship with the teacher ("kiss-kiss")? 6) How come the neck mark was never visible before this? I like being on Tom's side and trying to fight against "them." I didn't like this episode where we were not only in the dark about "them" but also about all of what Tom was up to. It left me cold (as cold as a Portland rain in "New York"). Jeff "Kiss-Kiss" Hatch

1996-02-24 00:00:00 - Re: Thank you, Larry... - (puddintame@aol.com)


I said: >"Much to my astonishment, at the end of the episode Tom has decided not to >settle in Darby after all." Churritz said: >>"yes, we've seen this all before in Enemy Within, TV has a perfectly good life in town with the attractive Emily, and leave it all behind for more clues." You misunderstand I was being sarcastic. My sarcasm was isnpired by the fact that TOm is brought face to face with the man in the "Hidden Agenda" photo and, instead of grilling him to within an inch of his life, simply strolls down the street with the kid and the teacher AS IF he has decided to put the whole "lost identity" thing behind him. Thus, I was being facetious when I said I was shocked at the final scene which showed him hitchhiking.