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1996-02-20 00:00:00 - What was in the sun logo 2/19? - (jeannie@startide.ctr.columbia.edu)


Did anyone figure out what it said or pictured in the sun logo in the 2/19 episode? There was one point that I thought that Tom was going to focus in on it but then it didn't happen. Or did it just say "hometown" or something of the like and I'm reading too much into this? I loved all the eye/vision symbolism and double entendres in last night's episode. So many of the shows have had to do with the media's influence, especially television's. It's interesting that "Nowhere Man," a television program, uses is own medium to comment on itself. Jeannie

1996-02-21 00:00:00 - Re: What was in the sun logo 2/19? - (Ralph Dumain <rdumain@igc.apc.org>)


Ididn't see this episode but heard it was the worst peice of shit ever.

1996-02-21 00:00:00 - Re: What was in the sun logo 2/19? - (shan@nyx10.cs.du.edu)


In article <4gco1g$pvl@sol.ctr.columbia.edu>, Jeanne Fromer <jeannie@startide.ctr.columbia.edu> wrote: > > [...] > >I loved all the eye/vision symbolism and double entendres in last night's >episode. > >So many of the shows have had to do with the media's influence, especially >television's. It's interesting that "Nowhere Man," a television program, >uses is own medium to comment on itself. Sure, but the film "They Live", which this episode seems based upon, did an even better job of slamming television as a hypnotic, mind-numbing medium. Catch it if you can. -- Steven Han - shan@nyx.net

1996-02-21 00:00:00 - Re: What was in the sun logo 2/19? - (roses@access1.digex.net)


In article <APC&1'0'a8050023'c13@igc.apc.org>, Ralph Dumain <rdumain@igc.apc.org> wrote: >Ididn't see this episode but heard it was the worst peice of shit ever. >From the description it sounds like another Prsoner ripoff, "The General". >BuT I wasn't there. Thank you--your opinion has been duly noted and recorded. A Nowhere Man fan ('worst piece of shit' is a little *strong* don't you think?)

1996-02-21 00:00:00 - Re: What was in the sun logo 2/19? - (bluegerbil@aol.com)


>So many of the shows have had to do with the media's influence, especially >television's. It's interesting that "Nowhere Man," a television program, >uses is own medium to comment on itself. Isn't it interesting that NOWHERE MAN is produced by Touchstone Telepictures, a By-Product of the grand ol' homogenizin', squeaky clean, conservative, all-American DISNEY CORPORATION??? I was all excited by last Monday's episode, then I remembered who made it...grrrr.... ======================================== Blue = aka Sailor Mars, Andie, John Proctor, Vivian= Gerbil =================================== ========MARS........FIRE..........IGNITE!!!!======== =============God of snowmen, small furry things, and smashed pumpkins. "what's the story, morning glory?"

1996-02-22 00:00:00 - Re: What was in the sun logo 2/19? - (lsundae@teleport.com)


Rose Swicegood (roses@access1.digex.net) wrote: : In article <APC&1'0'a8050023'c13@igc.apc.org>, : Ralph Dumain <rdumain@igc.apc.org> wrote: : >Ididn't see this episode but heard it was the worst peice of shit ever. : >From the description it sounds like another Prsoner ripoff, "The General". : >BuT I wasn't there. So, why comment? You should save my comments for shows that you have actually seen such as Barney. : Thank you--your opinion has been duly noted and recorded. And the filed with all other unfounded opinions--File 13. : ('worst piece of shit' is a little *strong* don't you think?) Just a bit. :) But, Rose, he didn't even see it. Personally, I don't think it was bad at all. Bruce did a great acting job once again. And it brings up another one of my crazy brother anectdotes. Tom, my brother, is of the opinion that the CBS eye spies on the family. Therefore, CBS is not watched in his presence. If he saw this episode (which I am praying he did not), it will bring more signifcance to this theory. Why is it that this show reminds me of my brother all the time? Is our hero, Tom Veil, just a nutcase? I really don't think so but I don't know. Louise--Curiouser and curiouser -- People who live in glass houses should always wear clothes. Marge Simpson

1996-02-23 00:00:00 - Re: What was in the sun logo 2/19? - (Paul Taylor <rip@sequent.com>)


It looked like the same logo that was on the side of the building. Hey Larry! Recognized a couple of the buildings that were shot. Also saw a house that is just down the street from where my brother lives. It's in the neigborhood I told Kirk about a month or so ago when he was looking for a place to have the computer dweeb's teacher live. God I love this show! rip

1996-02-25 00:00:00 - Re: What was in the sun logo 2/19? - (puddintame@aol.com)


Paul Taylor said: >"Hey Larry! Recognized a couple of the buildings that were shot." "Larry" who?

1996-02-26 00:00:00 - Re: What was in the sun logo 2/19? - (puddintame@aol.com)


Rose Swicegood said: >"Larry Hertzog, the creator and executive producer of Nowhere Man. He does post here." Oh...HIM. I thought maybe because you referred to him simply as "Larry" that he was perhaps a drinking buddy of yours or some such thing

1996-02-26 00:00:00 - Re: What was in the sun logo 2/19? - (roses@access1.digex.net)


In article <4gq067$rl1@newsbf02.news.aol.com>, PuddinTame <puddintame@aol.com> wrote: >Paul Taylor said: >>"Hey Larry! Recognized a couple of the buildings that were shot." > >"Larry" who? Larry Hertzog, the creator and executive producer of Nowhere Man. He does post here. Rose Swicegood

1996-02-27 00:00:00 - Re: What was in the sun logo 2/19? - (roses@access1.digex.net)


In article <4gtd30$66d@newsbf02.news.aol.com>, PuddinTame <puddintame@aol.com> wrote: >Rose Swicegood said: >>"Larry Hertzog, the creator and executive producer of Nowhere Man. He >does post here." > >Oh...HIM. > >I thought maybe because you referred to him simply as "Larry" that he was >perhaps a drinking buddy of yours or some such thing Yes--if he was to make his way to my door, I'd buy him one of many drinks. You just can't stand it, PuddinTame that you weren't in on this newsgroup from the beginning. Tough break. Enjoy the show, or not. Rose Swicegood

1996-02-27 00:00:00 - Re: What was in the sun logo 2/19? - (puddintame@aol.com)


Rose Swicegood said: >"You just can't stand it, PuddinTame that you weren't in on this newsgroup from the beginning. " Why? Were there door prizes? I guess you haven't read the thread called "The show is over..." in which the user who was claiming to be Lawrence...oh, excuse me..."Larry" Hertzog was revealed to be an impostor. Guess he has YOU going there anyway though, huh? :)

1996-02-29 00:00:00 - Re: My theory - (malos001@maroon.tc.umn.edu)


In article <4gvra8$1s2d_001@ppp.hooked.net> spud@hooked.net (Spud) writes: > I think that he realy did take pictures of that event in >central america. I did see the 2/26 show by the way. I think that >they caught him, and erased in his mind what realy happened, implanting >somthing else. They then realised that on the same negatives as the >'hidden agenda' photo had to be other pictures that might contain the >mysterious 'other photographer' that was revealed in the episode with >the quantam leap guy. I'm with you, Spud. > Here's why I think that. For awhile the scenery was indeed a >rain forest inviroment, but as soon as I saw connifer trees I knew >something was up. They don't grow in central america. When those >tree's appeared that was when the implant began. Also the picture >the guy showed Tom had him hidding in a grassy enviroment, not behind >a tree. Wow - I didn't really pick up on those botanical clues. But then Hertzog once commented that some things are simply directorial blunders and not clever clues. > I think they want the other photographer because s/he might >have more damaging photos than Tom does. That just my opinion, I could >be wrong. I second that opinion. I don't see how you can ignore that 'Dean Stockwell' comment that Tom isn't the one they are REALLY after. Bob Malos - Univ of Minnesota - malos001@maroon.tc.umn.edu

1996-03-01 00:00:00 - Re: What was in the sun logo 2/19? - (Paul Taylor <rip@sequent.com>)


puddintame@aol.com (PuddinTame) wrote: >Paul Taylor said: >>"Hey Larry! Recognized a couple of the buildings that were shot." > >"Larry" who? Larry, Larry, quite contrary, how does your Nowhere Man grow? With conspiracies, and photographs, And little FOOT soldiers all in a row... rip