SP Push (108.3)

A new character, Laurence, is introduced. He is the Singular Project’s point man for the experiments that are taking place. In this scene he tells an SP Scientist to speed up the research before Vance finds them again.

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Finalizing the clean room

Scene shifts to an unknown location.

LAURENCE: Keep me updated. When will we be ready?

SP SCIENTIST: 48 hours, give or take. We’re finalizing the clean room.

Worrying about Vance

LAURENCE: My source at the NSA tells me, Deputy Director Vance took an unexpected personal day. And now he’s offline, completely dark.

SP SCIENTIST: He could be inconveniencing us once again.

Accelerating the timeline

LAURENCE: We’ve invested too much in this project to let Vance shut it down. Accelerate the timeline I need you fully operational in 18 hours.

SP SCIENTIST:  I don’t think that’s possible.

LAURENCE:  Make it possible.

As supervisor leaves, scientist tests Marko Valeriev’s eyes for dilation.

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  1. Laurence Belson said, “My source at the NSA tells me, Deputy Director Vance took an unexpected personal day. And now he’s offline, completely dark.”

    It was good to know that Belson and the Major had a spy working for them at NSA. But here’s what’s frustrating about the writing and storylines in general: nothing is ever revealed or completed, whether it’s directly connected to why or how Flight 828 disappeared or not.

    Who exactly was this mysterious spy at NSA? The producers and writers have a bad habit of throwing compelling information into a dark hole … and leaving it there … without any final resolution whatsoever.

    Not only is this type of “storytelling” frustrating, it’s a huge “turn-off.” Especially for an audience that’s patiently following a complex mystery with an unknown number of pieces to its puzzle.

    Not asking writers to reveal any of the secrets behind the actual disappearance and return of Flight 828. But when it comes to naming spies at the NSA and mystery figures in Cal’s drawings, the rule is simple: just KISS. Reveal the names in a timely manner and then move on. Nothing more. Nothing less.

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