Amazing what tuns up on Forces TV. It has become home to all kinds of weird and wonderful re-runs. This includes the eleventh episode of I Dream of Jeannie from 1965 which posits the question Whatever Happened To Baby Custer?
Two episodes in, and I’m rather enjoying Netflix’s Lost in Space reboot. It jumps in feet first, though I wasn’t quite sure about some flashbacks employed in the first episode. It is based on the Irwin episode No Place To Hide. Inspired might be a more appropriate description.
Growing up with real life countdowns at Canaveral and the elaborate executions that got any of the Supermarination ships into the air, sci-fi take off sequences are hardwired into my head. Though it always bothered me that if Zero-X needed those lifting bodies at the start of a mission, why didn’t it require them for…
Not sure if anyone has mentioned this before, but if they have, it deserves another mention. The folks at Sci Fi Air Show have created a walk around the Jupiter 2 that is so good you will just want it to be real.