Re: Search Sequel suggestions Part I
- While some of it seems a little too contrived, and unneccessarily
complex for a new movie/ television series, there are a lot of good
If Probe Control was attacked/ destroyed, perhaps the records are
compromised, and Harding-Bennett wants someone that she can trust. Who
better than a retiree that she knew in the old days.
The chips for mind and muscle enhancement are superfluous. Remember,
the technology only enhances our story, but the key is the individual.
His limitations are our limitations. If he can out-think and
out-perform his foes, then he is boring. If the technology gives him
the advantage, but he is still one of us, then that raises the interest.
Besides, the idea of Probe Control is all the information at there
disposal. Why use a chip when Control can give you the instructions to
defuse a bomb, hotwire a jeep, or perform a tracheatomy?
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Skip Brown" <skipster61@e...>
> Au Contraire, mon Captaine! You say you are not much of a writer? I beg
> to differ. Some fantastic ideas there.
> I thought it would be an interesting plug for HOBE to have Lockwood as
> the spokesman/director of a children's organization as one of his "off
> duties". He buries himself in the joy of working with children, in
> order to forget the both the errors and arrogance of his past.
> I can see Gloria rekindling a deep friendship with Lockwood. She has
> fought to bring him on board again, seeing that her superiors have lost
> faith in her, due to the recent deaths of PROBE agents. The "system"
> plays against her, and she feels like her superiors are reverting to the
> gender bias of the past, so she uses Lockwood as leverage to keep the
> PROBE division alive.
> Is it just a coup to give her job security, or does she have unrequited
> feelings for Lockwood? All of that can be explored in the sequel.
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> Wow, Skip what great concept you have come up with! I spent the whole
> day at
> work thinking of ideas that would help you with your story, not that
> need it. I'm not much of a writer but here's what I came up with.
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- Sorry, I missed this one first time around.
What would World Securities do?
Why do you think they can't find Bin Lauden? And why has there been no second major attack. They've had years to plan it.
If WSC was real then Bin Lauden would have been bagged after 9-11. His followers are just covering up so that it is not known that their figurehead is missing.
----- Original Message -----
From: William Simon
Sent: 4/29/2005 6:14:10 AM
Subject: Re: [probe_control] Search Sequel suggestions Part I
This is some fascinating stuff, and the ideas are
amazing, but one thing that keeps rattling around in
my brain is this: What would WSC be doing both before
and after 9-11? We KNOW Lockwood would be angry over
it, and personally I'd be willing to bet that if he
was in the city, Nick Bianco would have been one of
the first to charge in (knowing Nick, you can bet he
was looking for some heavy payback).
Just an early morning thought....
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