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1997-10-02 00:00:00 - newsgroup activity - ("Michael R. Brown" <foosi@global.california.com>)


is anyone there, or have you all been abducted and taken to Gemini? ;) + -- + -- + -- + -- + -- + -- + -- + -- + -- + -- + -- + -- + -- + -- + Michael R. Brown foosi@global.california.com + -- + -- + -- + -- + -- + -- + -- + -- + -- + -- + -- + -- + -- + -- + "You know, fear of intimacy: that bug that everyone's got but me." Foosi, in telephone conversation with Simunye, 26 September 1997

1997-10-03 00:00:00 - Re: newsgroup activity - ("Daniel S." <castle@algonet.se>)


Michael R. Brown wrote: > is anyone there, or have you all been abducted and taken to Gemini? ;) I'm here...:-) -- Daniel S.

1997-10-03 00:00:00 - Re: newsgroup activity - (Rosens <tomniro@introweb.nl>)


Daniel S. wrote: > > Michael R. Brown wrote: > > > is anyone there, or have you all been abducted and taken to Gemini? ;) > > I'm here...:-) > > -- > > Daniel S. I'm here too. ;) Tom -- -------------------------------------------------------- "Nothing Vanishes Without a Trace" --------------------------------------------------------

1997-10-04 00:00:00 - Re: newsgroup activity - (Nsoft <nsoft@club-internet.fr>)


Michael R. Brown wrote: > > is anyone there, or have you all been abducted and taken to Gemini? ;) > I'm here too...

1997-10-06 00:00:00 - Re: newsgroup activity - (pf2144@aol.com)


Larry Hertzog writes: >Actually, I'm here from time to time as well. Lotsa room, not too noisy. >I wonder how much they want for this place? Quiet. There's a lot of activity over on the mailing list. You should really sign up, people are still debating wheather Tom is in fact Gemini and what the nature of the conspiracy really is. I'm sure everyone would love to hear from you, we all certainly loved your show. Pf2144 "The night is long that never finds the day"- The Tragedy of Macbeth IV, iii

1997-10-07 00:00:00 - Re: newsgroup activity - (Paul Barton <pbarton@goodnet.com>)


I didn't catch on to this great show until the "Alpha Spike" (episode 8) in reruns. I just now (thanks to contacts made in this Newsgroup) obtained tapes of the entire series. I plan to post many questions and observations to this group as I watch the series from beginning to end. Among other things, I plan to keep a running log of references made in the show to The Prisoner. Maybe this already has been done. I didn't have access to the web when I finally caught on to the show. I deeply regret not being able to read Larry Hertzog's postings here as the series unfolded. I know he still checks in here from time to time. Maybe we can get something going again. And now, I am off to watch "Absolute Zero" for the first time!

1997-10-07 00:00:00 - Re: newsgroup activity - (DHaakenson@worldnet.att.net)


In article <34353F58.3EAD@introweb.nl>, Rosens <tomniro@introweb.nl> wrote: > Daniel S. wrote: > > > > Michael R. Brown wrote: > > > > > is anyone there, or have you all been abducted and taken to Gemini? ;) > > > > I'm here...:-) > > > > -- > > > > Daniel S. > > I'm here too. ;) > > Tom > -- > -------------------------------------------------------- > "Nothing Vanishes Without a Trace" > -------------------------------------------------------- I'm here three. Actually, I think many of us keep monitoring just in case a snippet of information we don't know appears here. Just shows how much we enjoyed the series. It's nice to hear people from other countries discovering and enjoying the show for their first time, as well as people in the U.S. catching up with videotape. I had taped, but never saved the series, wishing for a video release or USA Network-type rebroadcast. Ran across an episode while checking out some tapes and was truly amazed at how crisp and entertaining the show was (my memory of it had dulled slightly). The music by M. Snow (especially his Emmy-nominated theme) was such a wonderful supporting "character" to the show itself. Few shows screamed for a 2nd season; this one did. Cheers, David

1997-10-08 00:00:00 - Re: LH's postings - (FortMax <kjg0003@ibm.net>)


Larry, You mentioned Tom was still in your head...Have you ever considered jotting down a short story or two, ala fan-fiction? :-)You'd certainly have an audience for it here. Kev Larry Hertzog wrote: > In article <343bd0a3.616910139@news.supernews.com>, > lmanning@nospam.jis.com says... > > > Hi, Larry. Any news to share with us yet on new projects? If you had the time we on the > > mailing list would love input from you on where Tom might be now. > > New projects? Well, I passed on the hair transplant idea. What else? > Truth is, new stuff is just getting developed now. Doesn't seem as > interesting as NwM (they rejected all my cool stuff) but hey, the world > needs another "Dukes of Hazzard," right? > > As for where Tom is, he's in my head as always. Fighting "them," > struggling for truth, trying to stay moral and keep away from people who > thought the series should have had "an answer." I wish him luck. > > Thanks for asking, > > Larry

1997-10-08 00:00:00 - Re: LH's postings - (lh@mindspring.com)


In article <343C4826.EA7208A6@ibm.net>, kjg0003@ibm.net says... > You mentioned Tom was still in your head...Have you ever considered jotting down a short story > or two, ala fan-fiction? :-)You'd certainly have an audience for it here. Kev, If I ever have the time to devote to writing NwM fan fic, I'll post it here. If only they'd let us do the Civil War ep. It woulda been great! -- Larry http://www.lh.w1.com

1997-10-10 00:00:00 - Re: LH's postings - (lh@mindspring.com)


In article <343DBCB7.3302@ix.netcom.com>, bpj@ix.netcom.com says... > Please keep us posted. Bonnie, Will do. -- Larry http://www.lh.w1.com

1997-10-10 00:00:00 - Re: LH's postings - (lh@mindspring.com)


In article <343DA135.2C9C84EB@ibm.net>, kjg0003@ibm.net says... > You had a Civil War episode in mind? I never heard of that. How would you have pulled it off? > Something to do with one of those reinactments? Kev, I think I discussed this many moons ago. I remember, in my wee years, seeing a photograph of the people who were executed for the Lincoln assasination. Four people hanging from a wooden gallows. Interesting, no? We thought, wouldn't it be cool if Tom found himself circa 1860's and had to try and stop the Lincoln assasination. Etc. etc. We were in love with this idea. That's why you never saw it. :) -- Larry http://www.lh.w1.com

1997-10-10 00:00:00 - Re: LH's postings - (FortMax <kjg0003@ibm.net>)


> We thought, wouldn't it be cool if Tom found himself circa 1860's > and had to try and stop the Lincoln assasination. I must have missed the earlier discussion. Nifty! Certainly different, though I'd hate to be the one who figured out who he would get there. ;-) Anyway, it reminds me a bit of that episode of Quantum Leap where Sam found himself leaping into his ancestor during the Civil War. Anyway, I think it could have fit in with the series' mystery if the method wasn't fully explained. We can only imagine what another season of Nowhere Man would have brought. Did you have the whole plot and conclusion planned out, like that Babylon 5 creator does, or was it worked out more in the short-term? Kev

1997-10-10 00:00:00 - Re: LH's postings - (lh@mindspring.com)


In article <343EE91A.7340EAC@ibm.net>, kjg0003@ibm.net says... > Did you have the whole > plot and conclusion planned out, like that Babylon 5 creator does, or was it worked out more in the > short-term? Hmmmm. Never been asked that before. -- Larry http://www.lh.w1.com

1997-10-11 00:00:00 - Re: LH's postings - (FortMax <kjg0003@ibm.net>)


> Hmmmm. Never been asked that before. Well, we're either being kept in suspense or that was sarcastic. ;-)

1997-10-12 00:00:00 - Re: newsgroup activity - (Colin Higbie <CHigbie@Aptagen.com>)


How did you obtain the tapes? Could you tell me if I might get them too? It never occurred to me that the show would be cancelled, or I would have taped it when I watched them. Truly my favorite show of all time, even now that time has passed. Thanks, Colin Paul Barton wrote: > I didn't catch on to this great show until the "Alpha Spike" (episode > 8) in > reruns. I just now (thanks to contacts made in this Newsgroup) > obtained > tapes of the entire series. I plan to post many questions and > observations > to this group as I watch the series from beginning to end. Among other > > things, I plan to keep a running log of references made in the show to > The > Prisoner. Maybe this already has been done. > > I didn't have access to the web when I finally caught on to the show. > I > deeply regret not being able to read Larry Hertzog's postings here as > the > series unfolded. I know he still checks in here from time to time. > Maybe we > can get something going again. > > And now, I am off to watch "Absolute Zero" for the first time!

1997-10-16 00:00:00 - Re: LH's postings - (Douglas Ratcliff <douglasp@itis.com>)


FortMax wrote: >> Hmmmm. Never been asked that before. > Well, we're either being kept in suspense or that was sarcastic. ;-) Larry used to always say something like "I know the end but not how were going to get there but we'll have fun along the way." But that was before the suits made him put in that laptop arc.