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  • John Deux evolves is very alarming and yet I wouldn't doubt that things like this do happen

    • by Orrymain
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      In October 2002, John Doe: John Deux aired and presented the unusual aspect of having yet a second amnesia victim pop up near Seattle in just about the same way that John Doe (Dominic Purcell) did. Naturally, that piques John’s interest.

      One of the most memorable parts of this episode for me is a big scene which is reminiscent of Commander


      Data on Star Trek: The Next Generation. In this scene, John Doe is in his loft and starts doing many things at one time. It gets very chaotic and stirs your juices in a messed up way. He’s learning a language, identifying classical music, cooking a gourmet dish, and playing jeopardy simultaneously. You really have to follow ...

      • along to get the full gist of the bits. He keeps it up until he finally short circuits just slightly and misses an answer.

        How John Doe: John Deux evolves is very alarming and yet I wouldn’t doubt that things like this do happen. It’s shocking and actually reminds me of an episode of Max Headroom that I’d just watched

        in which body parts were up for grabs. That’s about all I’ll say about this ghoulish theme.

        Michael McShane is positively spooky in his portrayal as he claims to be able to help John Doe discover his answers. Guys like this give me the shivers.

        All in all, it’s a dramatic outing, but it gives me the creeps at the same time.




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