I think those two are the only explicit bits we've seen so far.Has the series dealt with levitation and levitation fields, beyond what I describe below?
We've seen the unfortunate individual who was trapped by a field and eventually died from exposure / dehydration in the wilderness and we've seen the suspended apple, which the kids should not have touched. I was trying to remember if there were any other references or exposition about the fields; which I am assuming are tied to the alien ship's propulsion systems.
Also trying to remember if that was the "alien hunters" (from the RV) who found the suspended corpse in the wilderness. (??)
I think those two are the only explicit bits we've seen so far.
I didn't think it was the working-for-a-general people who found the suspended corpse, but I'd have to go back and rewatch.
I'm hoping the next episodes clarifies the timeline. The first couple episodes, and his search for the ship, showed the ship crashed outside Patience near the cabin. And the implication was that he crashed nearby as well, staggering into the cabin, killing the doctor, and taking over his life.
But then, they showed him cowboy-ing it up hundreds of miles away, and maybe months before. So, still confused by what's going on there.
Thanks for the find. Weird that she is only listed in imdb by "Elvy." I recognize her from "The Catch."Did a quick google search and Harry's wife is played by Elvy Yost. The character's name is Isabelle.
The series has been compared to Northern Exposure and Yost gives off a little bit of a Janine Turner vibe, at least to me.
Nature Boy by Nat King Cole is a terrific song and I really loved its use in tonight's episode.
Nice to see Harry starting to warm up to our species in some ways, which I suppose is what has been anticipated.
Yes, I'm really appreciating the lack of wheel spinning so far. Lesser shows would have dragged out Jaye learning about her true parentage, and the secret war between "Harry" and the two grade schoolers.Tonight's episode had some nice progress on a number of fronts.
It's the same basic premise if you think about it: An outsider from a distant place comes to a remote community of oddballs, taking up the role of local doctor. Said doctor struggles as a fish out of water, struggling to assimilate while experiencing severe culture shock.The series has been compared to Northern Exposure
Each episode has actually done a good job of moving the ball forward on that front. The longer he spends in human form, the more he comes to appreciate and relate to humanity.Nice to see Harry starting to warm up to our species in some ways, which I suppose is what has been anticipated.
Unlike some of the other Syfy shows that have broken my heart with a premature cancellation, this one seems pretty cheap to make. Alan Tudyk is the only name actor among the series regulars, so the cost of cast salaries can't be too extravagant. (Based on the preview for next week, one other major name actress is arriving next week, but I won't spoil it.) The structure of the storytelling makes heavy use of a handful of standing sets, and the location shooting doesn't require a lot of production design because it's a real place standing in for this fictional town.This show is still very good and I hope enough people are watching it that it gets another season.
Well, we just got a pretty big cliffhanger at the end of tonight's episode.Still really holding up well. With only four episodes remaining curious to see how far the plot advances. Expecting a big cliff hanger ending to season one, but I guess we'll see soon enough.