LAST EDITED ON Nov-10-06 AT 02:26 AM (EST)|
>I'm not sure this makes sense, really. I guess I'm feeling as though,
>if I were actually THERE, in the UFverse, I'd be hopping up and down
>going, "Gee, mister, why? Why can't you go save her? Huh? Huh,
>mister Gryphon sir, huh?" Granted, if I were there and did such a
>thing, I'd probably be ignored at best, but still. It doesn't feel
>like anyone's addressed the enormity of the problem. All that's
>happened so far is something along the lines of:
>"We know she's in another galaxy! Let's go save her!"
>"But no matter which galaxy it is, it's too far away!"
>"Oh. Well, ok then. Hey, what's on TV tonight?"
>I mean, I know that's not what's going on, but that's the impression I
>get upon reading it, and I don't think that's the impression you want
Part of the problem here, I think, is that you're making a major plot point out of what is, essentially, a tied up loose end. Fulcrum isn't about Kei or the Experts' reaction to her still being alive. Not that the news making it to Gryphon and company isn't important? It's just not important to the story at hand, and the characters and events of the story don't really have anything to do with it. The news itself is secondary, in the context of this series, to what it shows about Len's specific connection to the Force.
As is a popular phrase around the studio, you're looking for meat in the produce aisle. :)
edit: too slow! I'd thought Gryph went to bed. Hey, at least I'm on the same page. :)
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