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NBC's Journeyman

September 20, 2007 @ 4:16pm

On my flight home from San Francisco, I saw the pilot for NBC's new sci-fi show Journeyman. I watched the first couple of minutes without sound, but I could tell what was going on and it got intriguing so I put on my headset and watched it to the end.

Journeyman is about a guy who keeps disappearing from the present to interact with the past. Here's how NBC describes it:

Dan Vasser thought he had it all: a loving wife, a great son and a steady job. But life suddenly throws him a curve ball. Dan finds himself traveling into the past with a purpose - impacting people's lives for the better - and sometimes the worse. While doing so, Dan reconnects with Livia Beale, his ex-fiancée, whom he lost in a mysterious plane crash. Now armed with the knowledge of the present, will he be able to save her? What would that mean to his own future? And how would it change a man who thought he had it all?

It's like Quantum Leap, but in between leaps he returns to his normal life.

I loved it. I feel the same way about it as I did with the Bionic Woman. As long as the rest of the season is as good as the pilot, I'm in. If the quality dips or they run out of good ideas, I've got plenty of other things to spend my time on.

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