After the latest episode, this show is starting to get good! The Time Machine has made a recovery and has visited different timelines, and now Wells is off after Jack to visit the Edwardian era-- all right!
The violence seen in the latest episode was also a bit shocking. But let's lose the exposition and soap-opera story-lines and get into more time travel.
Anyone notice their Jack is broad-shouldered, but definitely not short? Hmm...
--------------- Von Konigswald: Jack the Ripper plays shuffleboard. -- Happy Birthday, Wanda June by Kurt Vonnegut, c.1970.
I've gotten sucked in, too, if only to see how these convoluted story lines resolve. It kind of has the appeal of a soap opera but with blood, violence, and time travel.
PS. I think Jane was badly miscast. Mary Steenburgen was so believable in the role, but he new Jane just irritates me.
I agree 100% on Jane.. for a strong independent woman I knew the character was not written well after the 1st episode when she wanted to compare how "cute" the guys were... so professional" and she doesn't seem to depth....not sure I blame the actress more the writing
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