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Historians excite even the crew about the discovery and reactivation of a three centuries old communication device, enabling insight in the daily life of the 21st century by private smartphone. Pilot Gordon Malloy takes a personal interest in the subject, Laura Huggins, and has the simulator enable him to communicate with her, sharing an interest in music. When her avatar chooses to return to her historical boyfriend, Gordon has the simulator write him out, only to prove a mild form of the butterfly effect. —KGF Vissers
This has to be, by far, my favorite episode of this series
From the beginning, I felt a connection to the story and it had this aura of surreal reality that I just couldn't place. Never has a show such as this made me feel so invested and lingering for more. I hope that Gordon Malloy got to keep that picture because it's one that can stand the test of time.
- Mar 22, 2019
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