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1999-12-07 00:00:00 - The Shroud: Is some of it a flashback? - (radioshack <rs5960@home.ca>)


I get that impression. I think the opening scene, in the car, the mother already knows the truth about the baby. The flashback ends when the mother is in the Catholic church. That story is so heavy in content. I watch my video tape a lot. I wish they, named the baby before the end of the story. I have it on video after the Simpson story, where they fall asleep in church and dream about being Biblical charactors. What a pair of stories for Sunday. Anybody know the title of the Simpsons story?

1999-12-08 00:00:00 - Re: The Shroud: Is some of it a flashback? - (stoodin101@aol.com)


> I get that impression. I think the opening scene, in the car, the >mother already knows the truth about the baby. The flashback ends when the >mother is in the Catholic church. > I'll have to go back and watch it again, for I have never received that impression. It is one of the best eps of OL's history. VERY heavy in content, and Rev. Tilford joins Dr. Clayton Royce of DARK RAIN and the insane Ship of THE HUMAN OPERATORS as a top-rate OL villain -- definitely evil, but not without other qualities as well. I think Tilford really means it when he cries "I have to see the Son of God," agenda or no agenda. Just as Royce thinks he is doing what's best for mankind, and Ship, far from being merely malevolent, shows quite a bit of fear and dread of its slave Operator. Well rounded bad guys: a rare thing in TeeVee EssEff. Of course, the ultimate OL villain (or "antiheroine") is Dr. Theresa Givens in A STITCH IN TIME. "What makes possible the writing of good music, beyond that talent for handling sound that is required for being a musician at all, is emotional sincerity and intellectual honesty." ---- Virgil Thomson; "The Art of Judging Music"