Agreed, except for the part about Lost. :p The tidbits of information about John May & the 5th Column were the most rewarding from the episode, along with the little bits of dialogue mentioning, for example, that some of the sleeper cells have been in place for over 20 years and that the rank-&-file Vs are essentially hooked on drugs to maintain control over them.Third episode was better. The Fifth Column is the most interesting aspect of the show so far. I still like it overall, though. But looking forward to LOST!
Enjoyed that third episode...thought they went a lot of good places. Figured that the "assassin" was a plant, though I was surprised by the V who killed (I presume) the FBI plant.Third episode was better. The Fifth Column is the most interesting aspect of the show so far.
What hasn't been done? lol. But seriously, I actually do believe that all plot lines have been "discovered" and every story concept "explored" - it's simply a matter of angles, character development, voice of narrator, POV, strength of writing, etc. This is what makes story telling interesting, imo. After all, how many of us have read LoTR multiple times? If it's been "done once" then one time through should be enough, right? But something done once doesn't mean it's not worth doing again. Again, imo. Not meaning to turn this into an argument, lol. Just started writing and had some thoughts all of a sudden!