Is this a quote from a poem? Is this the source of the programme title?A man walks through his life, he stumbles and he falls... At times he thinks he cannot get up... But he does. Over and over, until one day when a man cannot hold up the sky, falling all around him, anymore and he reaches his journey's end... But there is one last fight, and nothing will be as it was.
I've not read your spoiler as I haven't seen this yet, but I would agree to that being better. There was a very long gap during one break in which the baby became a grown child.5.01 Find Your Warrior
I like the fact that this season, unlike the last few, picks up right where the last season ended. It had previously seemed as if the story had continued between seasons, leaving viewers to piece together what had transpired as best they could.
Yeah, as Ricky Ricardo frequently told Lucy, Tom's got "a lotta 'splainin' to do." I can see how he might hallucinate about his dead wife while immersed in what might well have become his watery grave. I can't explain the hint he got concerning the location of the Espheni Overlord. Only a former history professor would recognize a bust of Woodrow Wilson and make the connection.I've created a new forum for Falling Skies so we can talk without spoiler tags now. I agree that Tom Mason has changed character. Do you think that is a natural progression from the loss of his daughter and everything that has happened? Or is there some other sinister controlling influence (as we are being lead to believe)? Given what has happened before with mind control, brainwashing, parasites and cyber-implants, I'm not sure I could trust a man who cannot explain how he got back from the Moon and has several days of missing memory, yet he can see his dead first wife and she gives him military intelligence.