From Scott Stinson of the National Post:
The future isn’t now in Continuum
There is a scene in the Season 2 opener of Continuum in which the protagonist, time-travelling law-enforcement officer Kiera Cameron, catches a few ne’er-do-wells in the act of sabotaging Vancouver’s electrical grid. She proceeds to give them a right thumping. Punch, kick, moan, whimper, etc. As the scene ends, she tells a shocked power worker, saved from a beating of his own, that he didn’t see anything. Then she gives a little smile. It’s an exchange that says a lot about the evolution of the show from one season to the next. Continuum in the early days had a major fish-out-of-water element. Read more.
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