I couldn't believe he was the one. I thought he could be trusted. Matty was in so much trouble.
I have an idea how Riley did what she did. I've known for a long time why files aren't really deleted on a computer, but what I didn't learn was how to find them. And it varies with the type of computer. I knew but have forgotten how to do it on an IBM PC. I know nothing about a Mac.
Post by AntiArbitrator on Apr 15, 2018 17:53:34 GMT -5
Riley felt guilty because she did not prevent the man from stealing an EMP device. Phoenix tracked the location the device would transfer to a buyer. It seemed like a case of intercept and take the device, but it did not work out that way.
The child the men tried to kidnap was a real brat, but Mac and Jack kept their cool and did everything they could to protect him. The boy's father was a recurring character on Once Upon A Time.
Lately, there have been a lot of comments and jokes made about Jack's age. I hope that is not leading up to him taking a break from the show. I like the chemistry between Mac and Jack, along with the rest of the team.
Riley was satisfied with getting her hands on the EMP device although it was no longer viable.
I didn't know the OUAT actor but I did know Lou Grant (I've actually seen him in many roles, but many more times playing his most famous one), and I recognized the name of his wife (I assume it was his wife) as the evil mother in "Carrie".
I wouldn't want Jack to leave the show. I didn't like him at first, or the show, but I gave the show a chance and he's much more likable now.
From another episode: I have seen part of "Die Hard". That was back when I couldn't watch two shows that were on at the same time. I was going to watch the rest later but later never happened.
I liked the music that was played in the episode, especially when they first arrived. People from places where Spanish is spoken sure do like bright colors. I noticed that about when they first got there.
Is it really a good idea to send cash to help the locals? Isn't there another way, considering bad guys would be out there.
I liked how Matty got the locals to pay attention to Jack. He was just seen as being in the way.
Mac did an amazing job and then he was willing to sacrifice himself.
My first thought when he had the opportunity to let the bad guys get caught was that they've had enough trouble with the power going out. Don't make it worse,
The same week this aired Puerto Rico had more power problems.
Post by AntiArbitrator on Apr 27, 2018 17:41:04 GMT -5
UFO + Area 51
SEASON 2, EPISODE 22 • NEW 4/27/18, 8:00 PM ON WJZDT 13 • TV-14 • STEREO • CC
Mac and Riley are called in to examine a mysterious object that crash-landed in the Nevada desert; Riley uncovers new information about Mac's father but questions whether to deliver it to him after he says he needs to move on.
I wondered if Riley would get in trouble for using her upgraded permission to find out about Mac's father.
Even though they changed what the former Area 51 was used for, they surely needed more soldiers. Those two were the only ones there at the time, which shouldn't have been the case anyway, but they have to sleep sometime. And go out.
I don't understand how Mac could read anything without a flashlight or something. They didn't show that it was a full moon, but even if it was, the stars wouldn't help much.
Jack was needed and he wasn't happy to be left behind.
Another fan of "Die Hard" is Jake on 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine".
Since Jack likes the "Die Hard" movies, I thought this was relevant.
Phil, Gloria and Cam on "Modern Family" went through the wrong door trying to get out of the nursing home where an unpleasant relative lived. They couldn't unlock the door so they started looking for ways out. They realized there was a vent so Phil decided he could go out that way. he made a reference to Die Harding and once inside said, "Yipiokiay mother ..." Then he realized his way was blocked.