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2002-02-13 19:02:34-05:00 - How did "Time to Time" end? - (Pharos <pharos@lighthouse.com>)


I managed to miss the last 15 minutes of this episode. I got as far as Lorelle wiping one of the other time travelers out of existence due to her meddling in the past. Did she save her father in the end? Was there a twist or surprise ending?

2002-02-18 12:22:49-05:00 - Re: How did "Time to Time" end? - (Pharos <pharos@lighthouse.com>)


"Keeper of the Purple Twilight" <no@spam.invalid> wrote" > Alas, no. But she found out the truth, that her father sacrificed his > life to save other people who would have been killed (there'd been a > bomb planted in a building, AFAIK - not by him, but by campus > radicals). I can't remember: did her mother know this already? I thought Lorelle went back to try to ease her mother's grief. > > Was there a twist or surprise ending? > > Not really, no. The woman joined the time travel agency, but that's > about it. And the other time traveller (who'd been wiped from > existence) was restored. Strangely enough, she REMEMBERED being > wiped... That is weird. It doesn't sound like one of their better episodes. But thanks for filling me in.

2002-02-18 13:57:49-05:00 - Re: How did "Time to Time" end? - (Jim Patterson <jrp32a@yahoo.com>)


On Mon, 18 Feb 2002 12:22:49 -0500, in alt.tv.outer-limits "Pharos" <pharos@lighthouse.com> wrote: >"Keeper of the Purple Twilight" <no@spam.invalid> wrote" >> Alas, no. But she found out the truth, that her father sacrificed his >> life to save other people who would have been killed (there'd been a >> bomb planted in a building, AFAIK - not by him, but by campus >> radicals). > >I can't remember: did her mother know this already? I thought Lorelle went >back to try to ease her mother's grief. Nope. All the mother knew was that her husband had left for a meeting. All in all, the ending was illogical. Since Lorelle had inspired her younger self to inspire her mother to be a painter by trade, Lorelle never would have been at the point in her life where the time travellers picked her up to start with. Ergo, none of it would have ever happened. And, as pointed out, the asian girl remembering non-existence is so far over the edge as to be ludicrous. jim

2002-02-18 16:32:41-05:00 - Re: How did "Time to Time" end? - (Pharos <pharos@lighthouse.com>)


"Jim Patterson" <jrp32a@yahoo.com> wrote: > "Pharos" <pharos@lighthouse.com> wrote: > > >"Keeper of the Purple Twilight" <no@spam.invalid> wrote" > >> Alas, no. But she found out the truth, that her father sacrificed his > >> life to save other people who would have been killed (there'd been a > >> bomb planted in a building, AFAIK - not by him, but by campus > >> radicals). > > > >I can't remember: did her mother know this already? I thought Lorelle went > >back to try to ease her mother's grief. > > Nope. All the mother knew was that her husband had left for a meeting. > > All in all, the ending was illogical. Since Lorelle had inspired her > younger self to inspire her mother to be a painter by trade, Lorelle never > would have been at the point in her life where the time travellers picked > her up to start with. Ergo, none of it would have ever happened. > > And, as pointed out, the asian girl remembering non-existence is so far over > the edge as to be ludicrous. Sounds like one of the so-so episodes. I'm almost glad I missed the end.

2002-02-18 16:33:08-05:00 - Re: How did "Time to Time" end? - (Pharos <pharos@lighthouse.com>)


"Jim Patterson" <jrp32a@yahoo.com> wrote: > "Pharos" <pharos@lighthouse.com> wrote: > > >"Keeper of the Purple Twilight" <no@spam.invalid> wrote" > >> Alas, no. But she found out the truth, that her father sacrificed his > >> life to save other people who would have been killed (there'd been a > >> bomb planted in a building, AFAIK - not by him, but by campus > >> radicals). > > > >I can't remember: did her mother know this already? I thought Lorelle went > >back to try to ease her mother's grief. > > Nope. All the mother knew was that her husband had left for a meeting. > > All in all, the ending was illogical. Since Lorelle had inspired her > younger self to inspire her mother to be a painter by trade, Lorelle never > would have been at the point in her life where the time travellers picked > her up to start with. Ergo, none of it would have ever happened. > > And, as pointed out, the asian girl remembering non-existence is so far over > the edge as to be ludicrous. Sounds like one of the so-so episodes. I'm almost glad I missed the end.