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1996-04-09 00:00:00 - April 8 Episode - (Beretz <beretz@access.digex.net>)


AHOY, MATEY! THAR BE SPOILERS AHEAD! At the beginning of last night's episode, TV mentions that "locker B23" is a silent drop for the organization only used in emergencies. Huh?? How'd he know that? Is there something I missed or are we supposed to believe that he remembered this tidbit from the palmtop? What gives? I liked the episode overall, though. It seems long overdue. This kind of torture would be the logical first recourse for anyone seeking information of the level of importance that TV seems to signify. It started me wondering whether there is any significance to the fact that psychological torture wasn't attempted early in the erasure process. Chuck human.from.earth

1996-04-09 00:00:00 - Re: April 8 Episode - (puddintame@aol.com)


Beretz said: >"It started me wondering whether there is any significance to the fact that >psychological torture wasn't attempted early in the erasure process. Pyschological torure has been used in earlier episode, notably "Something About Her" an episode where Tom is kidnapped, drugged and fed false memories

1996-04-10 00:00:00 - Re: April 8 Episode - (ketchel@clustr.calvertgroup.com)


In article <Pine.SUN.3.92.960409135938.13232B-100000@access2.digex.net>, Beretz <beretz@access.digex.net> writes: |> |> |>At the beginning of last night's episode, TV mentions that "locker B23" is |>a silent drop for the organization only used in emergencies. Huh?? I also wondered about this. I've seen almost all the episodes and can't remember anything about locker B23. |> |>I liked the episode overall, though. It seems long overdue. This kind of |>torture would be the logical first recourse for anyone seeking information |>of the level of importance that TV seems to signify. It started me |>wondering whether there is any significance to the fact that psychological |>torture wasn't attempted early in the erasure process. |> This episode was wonderful. One of the best. It gave you a lot of insight into what shaped Tom's character. The build-up to his girl-friend's death was almost unbearable...maybe I'm a softie but I was in tears when they took her body out of the rubble. I believe this woman is the reason why many of his future love-interests were "look-alikes". This woman looked very much like Allison. Another thing I wondered about here were the references to Tom as possibly being one of "Them". My VCR is on the fritz so I did not tape the episode, but at one point, his captor refers (I think) to Tom as "one of us". Could TV perchance, be a former member who became disenchanted with the organization, and was erased as punishment and is now the subject of experimentation? Thanks Larry and UPN for this wonderful show. On one hand, I would hate to see it end, but I sure would like to KNOW THE ANSWERS!!!! Holly

1996-04-10 00:00:00 - Re: April 8 Episode - (hoppernj@CAA.MRS.UMN.EDU)


On 9 Apr 1996, PuddinTame wrote: > Beretz said: > >"It started me wondering whether there is any significance to the fact > that >psychological torture wasn't attempted early in the erasure process. > > Pyschological torure has been used in earlier episode, notably "Something > About Her" an episode where Tom is kidnapped, drugged and fed false > memories > > Is it just me, or does anyone else here think that "erasing" somebody and placing him in an institution, the main purpose of which is to convince him he is insane, might constitute "psychological torture?"

1996-04-11 00:00:00 - Re: April 8 Episode - (salford@vmedia.com)


In article <4kgb6g$sce@news4.digex.net>, ketchel@clustr.calvertgroup.com () says: >Another thing I wondered about here were the references to Tom as possibly >being one of "Them". My VCR is on the fritz so I did not tape the episode, >but at one point, his captor refers (I think) to Tom as "one of us". >Could TV perchance, be a former member who became >disenchanted with the organization, and was erased as punishment and is >now the subject of experimentation? > >Thanks Larry and UPN for this wonderful show. On one hand, I would hate >to see it end, but I sure would like to KNOW THE ANSWERS!!!! My VCR is also on the fritz, but my recolection is the Doctor (or whatever he was) saying something about the Organization's operatives. TV says "Well, I'm not one of their opertaives.", and the Doc says "You sound so sure."... Or something along those lines. Maybe someone with a working VCR could clarify this point.

1996-04-11 00:00:00 - Re: April 8 Episode - (puddintame@aol.com)


Mark Steven Long said >"It's been established (but never fully explained) that Tom has developed >contacts within the Organization who feed him bits and pieces of info." Well, actually it has been explained. In one episode a traitor within the organization gave Tom a palmtop computer jam-packed with juicy tidbits on the organization.

1996-04-11 00:00:00 - Re: April 8 Episode - (SpoonMan01@gnn.com)


In article <Pine.SUN.3.92.960409135938.13232B-100000@access2.digex.net> Beretz wrote: >Date: Tue, 9 Apr 1996 14:06:56 -0400 >From: Beretz <beretz@access.digex.net> >Sender: beretz@access2.digex.net >Newsgroups: alt.tv.nowhere-man >Subject: April 8 Episode > > > > >AHOY, MATEY! THAR BE SPOILERS AHEAD! > > > > > > > > > > > > >At the beginning of last night's episode, TV mentions that "locker B23" is >a silent drop for the organization only used in emergencies. Huh?? How'd >he know that? Is there something I missed or are we supposed to believe >that he remembered this tidbit from the palmtop? What gives? > >I liked the episode overall, though. It seems long overdue. This kind of >torture would be the logical first recourse for anyone seeking information >of the level of importance that TV seems to signify. It started me >wondering whether there is any significance to the fact that psychological >torture wasn't attempted early in the erasure process. > >Chuck >human.from.earth I ass/u/me/d he remembered the info from the palm-top. Further adding credence to the idea that the info was planted... > ________________________________________________________________ ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

1996-04-11 00:00:00 - Re: April 8 Episode - (maskdmirag@aol.com)


In article <Pine.SUN.3.92.960409135938.13232B-100000@access2.digex.net>, Beretz <beretz@access.digex.net> writes: >At the beginning of last night's episode, TV mentions that "locker B23" is >a silent drop for the organization only used in emergencies. Huh?? How'd >he know that? Is there something I missed or are we supposed to believe >that he remembered this tidbit from the palmtop? What gives? Well what about alpha spike how did he find out about the university? and there are a few others we must assume that between episodes he is learning small tidbits about "them" and many times we see him utilizing the info and not getting it. redir sirhc oorg selur!!!!

1996-04-11 00:00:00 - Re: April 8 Episode - (msl@gumby.oup-usa.org)


Beretz <beretz@access.digex.net> wrote: >At the beginning of last night's episode, TV mentions that "locker B23" is >a silent drop for the organization only used in emergencies. Huh?? How'd >he know that? Is there something I missed or are we supposed to believe >that he remembered this tidbit from the palmtop? What gives? It's been established (but never fully explained) that Tom has developed contacts within the Organization who feed him bits and pieces of info. Mark S. Long (This is a personal message.)