It has a weird aesthetic too, cars are from the forties and fifties. Which is very Earth Two.
There was a bad guy from the fifties who cryo froze himself to see the future and then plugged himself in to the TV and uploaded himself. That had a lot of elements from all over that didn't seem to fit together. Like him staying young forever, as if he was a rerun. Filled up some lines of dialogue, contrasted with the old dude coming out of retirement, difficult to feel much about it. I guess it tried?
There was a thing in the lab where Tina had to wait to be rescued rather than sciencing the hell out of it. Boo.
And there was a story for Julio the sidekick, which was full of jazz and black people and crime and prison. :eyeroll:
I'm not finding much to keep my attention. Oh well.
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