I've seen the ad for this a few times, and thought ATS likely has a demographic of people who would get a kick out of this.
It's from the producers of The Office and Parks and Recreation, and is a comedy like those two shows. It looks hilarious, the premise follows a guy
named Ozzie Graham who discovers a support group for people who believe they were abducted by extraterrestrials.
In the ad for the show, the members of the support group are talking about their experiences; one woman has a "sexual" experience with a humanoid
(what we might call a "Nordic"), another member talks about his experience with "Grays", and then a third member states that the "Reptilians" are
really the only ones you need to worry about, the others are inconsequential (the other members go up in arms when he says this, LOL)
The first 2 episodes are supposed to come out on October 31st (TBS). I'm looking forward to watching this
AHa! A refreshing break from the typical doom and gloom stories of alien intervention.
It will be interesting to see if there are hidden inducements to the TV audience for enlarging their concepts about ETs and ourselves. Seriously, our
planet has this definite problem hanging over its head and the population needs help getting up to speed.
We have probes on Mars looking for signs of life, and half a dozen other scientific endeavors attempting to find life around other suns and half of
the populations wants no truck with ETs or even believe that other life exists out there. So we can view this comedy as a genuine "whistling in the
dark" affair that really has a very serious basic message to subtly impart to the uninformed.
and the population needs help getting up to speed.
I used to think that too....
But the more I'm around people as I get older and more cynical, the more I'm convinced the vast majority of folks simply couldn't handle it. If
disclosure ever happens...there will definitely be a period of civil unrest....
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