DATELINE: Limited Series
Bless us and save us from those who are a day late and a dollar short. That’s saying some when you happen to be the billionaire owner of the Skinwalker Ranch.
What a dummy with an attitude.
With one of his young roustabouts hospitalized, Brandon Fugal was on the phone, ready to hop right over to the Utah site. However, it took him two days to arrive in his private fancy helicopter. Before he lands, young Tom Winterton is back from the hospital and ready to rejoin the team, health be damned.
When Fugal arrives, he has a metal case and has brought six Apple watches, or something akin, that will alert the wearers that they are under radioactive stress, or have a headache. He hands them out and is off again in his copter. He did not bother to bring watches for the ordinary workers, security guards, or even the production team for the TV show. Oh, well, it’s sort of like having coronavirus.
Next comes in a Terminator lookalike with dark glasses and a bad ass attitude with his fancy drones to look over the property and do ground radar penetration. He is so devoid of human feelings that we were tempted to suspect he was an alien skin-walker. However, when his fancy equipment had no battery connections because of the ranch overload, we had to laugh.
This show has now rendered Dr. Travis Taylor speechless and unimportant. That is not an easy task to perform. This series will be over before it can sink its hooks into you—and if History Channel has any brains, they will tell this show to shape up, or shift out.