Blowback doesn’t waste any time before Dan gets shot by Aeden Bennett, journeys and struggles with a philosophical question. And even though I’m not entirely sure what to think about how it all works out, I adore this episode. Continue reading
In this episode, Zack’s acting out and Jack’s coming around until Dan changes things he shouldn’t be changing.
In this episode of Journeyman, holy character parallels, Batman!
Keepers has Dan traveling back to ’86, where he meets Michael Kowalchuk and his little brother Stephen, who’s kind of a genius. But somewhere between then and now (or, 2007’s “now”, but you know what I mean), Stephen went off the rails and became a kind of crazy, conspiracy-theorist serial bomber responsible for the deaths of at least two people. Throughout the episode, we learn that Michael — while originally quite antagonistic with with his little brother — cares so much about him, but is helpless when it comes to trying to help him. And we see sort of the same thing with Jack.
This episode of Journeyman is a reminder of why I love this show so damn much. Continue reading
In Year of the Rabbit, Dan gets caught up in a late ’90s killing, and things get awkward for everybody while Katie tries to host a black-tie benefit gala in what is perhaps the most uncomfortable episode of the series. Continue reading
In this episode, Dan’s journey gets personal and the consequences could be devastating.
Welcome to the first Long Haul of The Leisure Time Blog. Unlike Season Rewatches and Series in Reviews, which do overviews of a complete season or series, Long Hauls are episode-by-episode looks at series that I either love, haven’t seen all of or just flat-out haven’t seen.
And we’re starting with one I love that premiered five years ago today: Journeyman