JOURNEYMAN Ends? GOSSIP Goes On - Give Me My Remote : Give Me My Remote


December 19, 2007 by  

Tonight we have what might just be the last episode of JOURNEYMAN…ever. I’ve been lamenting the loss for a few weeks now, and tonight is the night it ends. I have plans and will not be able to watch it until the morning. I’ll be doing all I can to avoid spoilers.

Journeyman | 10pm on NBC
Dan meets another time traveler (Don McManus), whom he agrees to help reunite with a past love; Livia lands in the present just as her wedding in the past is about to happen; Jack seeks answers from Elliot; Katie panics when she finds blood at home.

But thankfully we still have GOSSIP GIRL. Oh those kids on the Upper East side do make me happy. Tonight we have a brand new episode and it seems that past indiscretion’s could be coming back to haunt…everyone.

Gossip Girl | 9pm on The CW
“Roman Holiday”
Blair’s father comes home for Christmas—and brings his boyfriend with him. Meanwhile, Serena and Dan plan holiday surprises for one another; Blair worries what information Chuck may share while vacationing with Nate

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5 Responses to “JOURNEYMAN Ends? GOSSIP Goes On”

  1. JOURNEYMAN Ends? GOSSIP Goes On — All This Nonsense on December 19th, 2007 6:15 pm

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  2. Capt Logan on December 19th, 2007 7:37 pm

    I ended up watching NBC’s entire Monday night lineup this whole season, and as much as I’m sure the whole nation disagrees with me, I came to find Journeyman to be my favorite show over both Chuck and Heroes. And I love those shows. But I haven’t seen characterization this good in a *long* time. So I’m going to really miss it. And if NBC is kind enough to release it as a box set, I’ll probably watch it through as many times as I’ve watched the cancelled Firefly and live action Tick series. I review (or, I guess, was reviewing) Journeyman weekly, and you can read my reviews here:

  3. Jeff C on December 19th, 2007 8:26 pm

    I agree. I watched all 3 shows on NBc Mondays and while I really enjoyed Chuck and Heroes, Journeyman seemed like it has some really good potential.

    The problem was that the story really got started slow and lost people early on. Had the writers explained a bit more sooner, or NBC promoted it better I think it had a chance.

    That’s really too bad because Monday’s episode really filled in some holes and was probably the best episode of the season. It would be nice if it got picked up by Sci-Fi or USA.

    On the upside, at least NBC will be airing the last episode to bring SOME closure.

  4. beth on December 19th, 2007 10:02 pm

    I hope NBC executives rot in the fiery pits of hell for canceling this show. I hope their children are stolen in the night and castrated with a spork in an aquarium of leeches, and then salt is poured on their wounds.

  5. GLENN DORSEY on January 8th, 2008 12:58 am

    Time travel stories are difficult to plot and write. The complex, telescoping effects resulting from altering a signifcant past event are truly impossible to predict. Subsequent paradoxes are even more intricate and profound.

    For more than fifty years I have read or seen and enjoyed many time travel stories and movies. Although it started slowly, Journeyman was excellent! It side-stepped the paradox pitfall and focused upon a thought-provoking story with well-developed characters. It challenged the viewer to examine and evaluate the importance of individual choice and its relationship to the “greater good.” Even when Dan’s actions seemed “right” by some standards, yet strayed from his mission and became self-serving, the results were nearly disastrous.

    There is much more that can be said, but suffice it to say that this series should never have been cancelled. If permitted more time and episodes, I am sure it would have attracted a considerable audience.

    What do you think?

    Glenn Dorsey