Apparently there is an actual Series Bible used in the writers room, containing an objective Timeline of everything between 2012 and 2077, and a little beyond. This of course refers to the original timeline (as remembered by Kiera and Liber8) but is still very important.
Apparently the general idea is that a major social collapse occurred in the 2030s (briefly mentioned in the TV series), which ultimately paved the way for the megacorporations to "bail out" the national governments and take over in the 2050s. Julian/Theseus, as mentioned in the episode, was very active in the rebellions of the 2030s.
snickers* okay next time I write it more.. PG rather then PG-13.. jokes aside... what was wrong by that? Alec did not ask for permission to watch her... and she noticed that he is watching her... so i put that in brackets.. (IMDB style)
it might not be obvious for someone who has not seen the episode yet but is seeking information about this episode... but well giving away that she is in her undies might be a spoiler... but for the scene... I had the impression that he ogled her and even was slightly aroused to see her I guess but okay I leave it to that how it is now..
Hey Redwall! Just wanted to let you know that we got an exclusive clip from the DVD of Continuum Season 1 so I switched out the featured vid on the main page with it. I moved the old video to the Season 2 page though!
Congrats! I think you mentioned something about making me an admin. Please let back away from that for the time being unless you're really desperate. With Grimm coming back in March and Zero Hour starting this coming week, I may be a little busy.
If you're planning on doing transcripts, consider looking at this site. You have to wade through some garbage including, (in my case) an invitation to a porn site, but you can get a copy of the raw dialog with the time in the episode in which it was spoken. The ID of the speaker does not show. There are some tools available to speed up processing. The last wiki I tried to do transcripts for was FlashForward; no one cared.
By the way, I decided to check out your FlashForward wiki.. great job with that :P I also saw the Timelines.. I'm thinking of probably not using my template here anymore and just putting the table of contents to the right as well. It looks better and less cramped if the toc is at the right of the contents instead of the top.. I'm going to experiment :P
Thanks for the note on FF. I was really disappointed when the series was cancelled. I thought it had a lot of potential. I had a working theory that a sure way to get as series cancelled was for me to work on the wiki, but Grimm survived and I'm hoping Zero Hour does as well.
The current infobox background color is incompatable with the default link color. The best option would be to use CSS to change the link color in the infobox, but I do not know how to do that in a wiki.
Alternatly, we could change the infobox backgroun color, but I wanted to check with you first since you created it. —MJBurrage(T•C) 22:04, February 2, 2013 (UTC)