It’s getting complicated now.
People are separated. People are looking for each other. People are scared–even the alien people are scared.
And people are lying around dead all over the place.
Yeah. It’s bad. And complicated. This is what happens when there are global disasters, like pandemics roaring out of control or alien attacks that happen out of nowhere. The 21st century is not turning out to be as advertised, with all those flying cars, anti-aging miracles, and helpful robots. We want our money back!
These survivors don’t have that luxury. If they want to continue as survivors, they’ve got to get back together and keep surviving. Our stalwart hero, Bill, is weathering the worst of it–I mean, he’s still *alive* of course, but gosh! The challenges and obstacles and moral quandaries just get ickier with each episode. He’s hanging in there so far, though.
I wonder if he knows there is someone out there who shares his haunted eyes and has focused all of her energies on finding him. That might make him feel better. heart
Three more episodes and Bill can rest for a bit. Gabriel Byrne, on the other hand, is hard at work bringing Bill back into the fray for Season 3 of War of the Worlds at this very moment in–where? London? Wales? An alien planet? We’re not super sure where production is at this time, but it is IN PRODUCTION, and that’s great news.
See you next week. I’ll continue to try to avoid spoiling the story for you. I will also continue to try not chewing off all of my fingernails when watching this story because a lack of fingernails makes it really hard to type. wink