Despite the presence of Kiefer Sutherland and Kevin Costner, this starts off like 1980s dude-bros doing the bare minimum to LARP as WWII bomber crew members. Luckily once the attack happens the pacing and editing liven things up to make it a worthy episode. This was one that I remember seeing as a kid and occasionally themes from this episode pop up in nightmares, namely being a trapped belly gunner under a plane with no wheels.
On this more recent watch, I viewed it as the belly gunner not surviving, but forcing himself into a dreamlike state just before he meets his demise under the weight of the bomber. Or perhaps he is being welcomed into an afterlife of some sort. 8/10
Second season. Opening episode.
A mirror of the series debut. A lone man wandering about, wondering where people are in a desolate landscape. An air force hook too. 3/10
It’s almost if the producers said “Hmmm…the production values are going to be great…let’s just hand off the script to the janitor’s retarded son. It’s the ’80s! Nobody will care!”
Oh there is no interpretation to be had. It only slightly redeems itself with some decent slapstick and Rube from ‘Major League 2’ is in it. 3/10
A kidnapper tires of his captives. He kills on a whim. Yet he lives a respectable existence…in this ‘The Twilight Zone’. 6/10
Robots are going to take all the jobs, but you knew that already. 0/10
The best art is fueled by drugs. Forget what the normies think. They don’t care about you. They don’t know what art is. Hit the stage. Burn bright while you still can. 4/10
Don’t send the dick pic. Don’t beg for nudes. Don’t be Bill Cosby. 1/10