It might have looked like a ton of bread crusts in that trash can, but the kids in my family eat that way and they're human. lol
I thought it was a clue. Didn't the agent say something about how much he ate while they were at the diner?
"You better watch your mouth sunshine."-Daryl Dixon
Yeah, he tore into that burger and fries with the Agent.
What I'm going to do is replay this show back again and examine all these little clues. I still have it on my DVR. It's difficult to know just what is a real clue and what is just the film crew getting creative. Like when the boy appears in a field in China, he looks up to the sky like someone is either leaving him there or watching from up there. Then in the end of the show, the sleet is falling, but no one is being touched by sleet, and the view goes up to look as if there is someone looking at them from above. It's like a hole in the middle of the sleet. Creative filming or a clue?
I haven't seen it yet, but I probably will try it since it's getting such good reviews. I loved The 4400 when it first started, but lost interest after a while when it got too soap opera for me. What I'm hearing that appeals to me is that they don't explain everything. Like [ILost,[/] if it lets me exercise my brain and leaves me with questions to ponder, that's a major positive.
Those who would give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety.
-- Benjamin Franklin, Historical Review of Pennsylvania, 1759
Debb, if you go back to watch for clues, please see exactly what happens in the stethoscope scene again. Thanks
I'll take notes on all the little things.
I started drifting away from series dramas after St. Elsewhere. I loved every episode of that show, and then felt absolutely cheated with the ending episode. I vowed to never invest myself in another show to that degree.
But Resurrection is definitely intriguing.
Oh, and St. Elsewhere was a regular drama series and not even remotely categorized as a Science Fiction. Although, I guess technically it was just the boy's imagination. Though I didn't buy it. I just chose to ignore it when the whole ended up happening in a snow globe.
I think Resurrection is classified as Science Fiction, so I know anything can happen. It may have everything from aliens to robots.
Last edited by Debb70; 03-12-2014 at 12:06 PM.