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      Jeremiah: The Bag provides us with a bit more background on Jeremiah’s past. He, like all of the young people not yet having reached puberty, survived the Big Death which had killed everyone else. For 15 years, these children raised themselves in a world without luxury and where there was a survival of the fittest mode going on.

      We learned in

      the movie that began the series that Jeremiah had a brother. We also learned that the brother had died. In The Bag, we find out how and why. Naturally, those flashbacks are emotional in base. Ryan Drescher, who was so wonderful in a guest shot as Keenin on Stargate SG-1, plays the brother, named Michael.

      The show included a ...

      • bit where Kurdy (Malcolm-Jamal Warner) took possession of a little dog and cared for it. I always worry about dog scenes, and I did here, too. Fortunately, all ended well, but I was holding my breath the entire time.

        The most noticeable guest star in Jeremiah: The Bag was Jake Busey, son of Gary Busey. It’s obvious, too. There’s

        no mistaking who Jake’s father is, that’s for sure.

        This episode is okay, but it didn’t have the power of And the Ground, Sown with Salt, nor the magic of To Sail Beyond the Stars. The standout portion is really the silent remembrance Jeremiah does about his dead brother. In a sense, it’s enough, but in another, it made it easy to multi-task.

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