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  • Out of the Ashes was an interesting episode with a couple of different focuses
  • Much like the previous story, Moon in Gemini, the heroes are split up more than they are together, which I believe is a shame

    • by Orrymain
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      Jeremiah: Out of the Ashes was an interesting episode with a couple of different focuses. Much like the previous story, Moon in Gemini, the heroes are split up more than they are together, which I believe is a shame. Buddy shows work best when the chemistry between the two main characters gets a chance to emote. Luke Perry and Malcolm-Jamal

      Warner are good actors, but they are at their best in Jeremiah when their characters are working in close proximity to each other and not spread out.

      Warner does shine, however, in his bit. His Kurdy character has chosen to stick close to a librarian who can’t read but who defends the library with his life. Jonathan Young guest stars as Edgar,


      • and he’s superb. I keep seeing Nikola Tesla from Sanctuary, the part he’s recurred in recently, but he’s really good here. There’s action, drama, and some tenderness in this story. It’s very well done.

        Meanwhile, Perry’s Jeremiah is visiting with a friend and gets involved in a quest to help the friend’s wife fulfill a promise. It’s a bit of

        a mini-adventure with some dramatic scenery. It’s an okay plot, but nothing stellar.

        By now, though, I expect more from Jeremiah, the series. I expect to see the two leads together. I don’t know if season two has more of them being split apart or not, but if so, that would be a giant shame and a big loss for fans.




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