I'm on the fence as to whether I'll be watching tonight. I'd like to see the episode, but there isn't ANY other programming I care to see this evening and right now it is iffy whether this is enough to tune into to view all by its lonely.
I hope they aren't burning through programs to be rid of a loser program as soon as they can manage. I'm inclined to believe they are just following the lead of the networks as a whole and how they have managed their programming over the last few years. I've missed plenty of 1st run episodes of shows of late because they followed hours of reruns. I'd been trained to assume that reruns follow reruns. I wish they'd do a better job advertising the fact that shows I follow are airing new episodes rather than leaving it up to the view to tune in and find out for themselves. Frankly, in the end, I don't care that much if THEY don't. They run several weeks of reruns, I'm going to assume the season is over unless they make it clear that it isn't. Right now it is a guessing game, an IRRITATING guessing game.
Back to Journeyman, and the show that aired Tuesday, I'm guessing that the mad professor knew precisely who Dan was and why he was there, even though he denied it. Why waste time eyeballing him as he departed otherwise?
Up to that episode, I don't believe I've ever noticed that Dan's wife has a sister; has she been shown before? I thought she was part of the time screw-up seeing her, till I wondered why Dan seemed familiar with her presence.