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Discussion in 'TV Show Talk' started by phrelin, Mar 28, 2012.
Ok, this one is the perfect cliff hanger, except....
...we don't know if the show is coming back, probably not.
Though I loved the Bullitt car chase I was expecting it to be with her old Mustang instead of brand new one.
And why was I expecting a countdown clock with a button to push...?:sure:
Good finale but not happy with the ending if this show gets canceled. I too was expecting the car chase to be with her old Mustang. Damn fox again if they cancel it. I need to give up on that network. I've already lost interest in Touch because this crap.
Not joking, i turned to my wife when they were opening the door and said
"good, we will see whats in the hatch"
I liked how the Dodge Charger didn't have any logos on it at all. That was definitely product placement for Ford that episode.
If this show is cancel so are my five serial passes of Fox. I will ride Justified to the end.
I thought the warden was going to be behind the door. Right before Tommy stabbed Rebecca he emphasized that they were "blood," and then when she died I got to thinking that maybe her blood will heal her just like it does for Tommy, but then I realized the silver was added to his blood after his son - Rebecca's dad - was born, so it's unlikely she has any of the silver in her. Although this is a time travel show, so who knows. Good ending, wonder if it will come back?
From IMDB trivia for Bullitt: Two Mustangs and two Dodge Chargers were used for the famous chase scene. Both Mustangs were owned by the Ford Motor Company and part of a promotional loan agreement with Warner Brothers. The cars were modified for the high-speed chase by veteran auto racer Max Balchowsky. Stunt coordinator Carey Loftin got Bud Ekins to drive the Mustang for the bulk of the stunts. Both of the Dodges were junked after the filming, as was one of the Mustangs. The other less banged-up Mustang was purchased by a WB employee after all production and post-production was completed. The car ended up in New Jersey a few years later, where Steve McQueen attempted to buy it. The owner refused to sell, and the car now sits in a barn and has not been driven in many years.
They probably didn't want to wreck the vintage Mustang.