Lengthy Editor's Note: The following is our first politically-themed article on ShowbizMonkeys.com. While it does have to do with an online news "network" made up of notable names from the now defunct Canadian right-wing news channel, Sun News Network, it's essentially a review and description of events from the first year of a political website and its associated media.
"We didn't change history."
"Endtimes" addressed all the loose ends of the series thus far. The power struggle between Travis and Kagame was resolved. The time traveling was explained. Alec and Kagame finally met face to face. Kiera's position with the Vancouver police was somehow confirmed to be legitimate.
"And the only friend I have, I lie to him every day, and I hate it."
This week's episode, "Family Time," managed to absolve Continuum, after last week's disastrous episode.
"Beta testers can be real losers."
The quality of writing took a severe nosedive in "Playtime." Instead of focusing on the usual themes of political ideology and terrorism, this episode of Continuum went the horrible way of commenting on video games brainwashing its players into becoming killing machines.
"I would rather keep a secret from you, than break a promise to you."
"The Politics Of Time" centers around the death of a reporter that spent her final evening with Carlos. To make matters more complicated, the reporter had been a thorn in Carlos' politician friend, Jim, and the date of the election was very soon approaching.
While I was taking a walk in my neighbourhood, I noticed a tabloid newspaper machine at the end of my block. Two things stuck out. The first was that there never used to be a newspaper machine on that corner. And the second thing was that the newspaper was for free.