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  • This causes him to doubt himself and his place in life

    • by Orrymain

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      I do like the opening scene from John Doe: Shock to the System because it keeps the continuity alive of John wanting to be challenged. He doesn’t want to know everything, and like an earlier outing where he multi-tasked in a chaotic frenzy until there was something he didn’t know, that’s what

      he’s after in a Stump the Piano Player game at Digger’s club. I just like the philosophy behind it.

      The opening is topped off with an exciting charge when John is hit by lightening. This sets off a big change for John when he discovers he can see in color.

      There’s a scene here when John talks to Jamie Avery (Jayne Brook) and notices her green eyes. It reminded me of how I’ve sometimes thought that these two would make an intriguing couple. There seems to be a little something beneath the surface. They’ve never done anything like that, but they two had a ...

      • John Doe: Shock to the System TV show
      nice rapport and chemistry, and in the green eyes scene, I felt something that woke me up in a sense.

      The strike does alter John in other ways and that’s some of the angst and excitement of this episode. He proves to be a bit fallible and uncertain. This causes him to

      doubt himself and his place in life.

      Shock to the System is a shock because it presents a different John Doe for a while. Who do we like better? That’s his question as well and that is what gives the drama an added edge beyond the current police case John Doe is working on.

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