posted on Jan, 10 2019 @ 02:38 AM
I just caught the replay of the episode on the History Channel. It started off kind-of slow, but I stuck with it. I'm glad I did. I enjoyed
I'm glad I'm not the only one that experienced sound issues. My hearing is not what it used to be, so it's not unusual for me to have the TV volume
pretty high. But I had it cranked up almost to maximum, and I'm pretty sure they could hear the mumbling dialogue next door.
The mysterious woman reminds me of a Caucasian Vivica A. Fox from the Kill Bill era. My first thought is that she's a Russian agent.
The scene with Dr. Hynek's wife, where the mysterious woman zips up her dress, had a strange visual. Their silhouettes seemed stretched out to me.
However, there was a certain amount of sensual chemistry between the characters.
The mysterious man in black clothing, driving a nondescript black vehicle, is clearly representative of the Men in Black (MIBs.) However, this MIB
appears to be helping Hynek to discover the truth. Perhaps he's a renegade like "Deep Throat" in the X-Files.
I'll probably watch the series. At this point it's stimulated my imagination enough for me to follow it for a while. However, I hope they're able to
address the audio issues. With such a dense plot, it's somewhat disorienting to miss crucial dialogue.