DATELINE: Blue on Blue
Skeptical Star as Dr. Hyneck
If Project Blue Book knows what it needs to do to be renewed, it is playing a cagey game as we wound down for the season 2.
The latest episode seems to be a throwback to the old chestnut classic movie Invaders from Mars wherein a young boy is terrified by space aliens living under his rustic home. His parents are soon part of the delusional dream. You may recall the old William Cameron Menzies classic movie.
Then, we discover that the Utah setting for the family homestead is related to a new series that will replace Project Blue Bookat the end of the month!
If you watch the History Channel previews, you already know that the timeslot will be taken over, not by zombies, but by a close second: The Secrets of Skinwalker Ranch, produced by the same folks who give you The Curse of Oak Island.
And a mysterious millionaire has purchased the property and is now opening it up for Dr. Travis Taylor. Gee, how do we figure out Marty Lagina is in the picture? Perhaps when he son Alex is part of the new show’s cast.
Yes, Dr. Hyneck and Captain Quinn are learning that the paranormal ranch is where Navajo saw shapeshifter and spirits. Nice segue, if not too obvious.
Yes, the dream sequence is caused by some neural gas being pumped in as part of an Air Force experiment. Well, at least they were not feeding the kid LSD, like the CIA.
On top of that, our two comic generals have discovered Captain Quinn’s Soviet agent girlfriend and they are immediately suspicious whereas Mike Malarkey’s pipsqueak officer is in the dark.