DATELINE: Twilight Zone Time
If you ever wanted a reality series/science fiction /sports movie with Siddhartha overtones, you are about to get your wish.
Tom Brady has filmed a six-part documentary about his life.
Deepak Chopra’s son (Gotham???) is a long-time fan and directs the episodes that apparently trace Tom’s life along the lines of growing spirituality—and love for the esoterica of life.
Tom battles the clock and time in general like some character out of a Dorian Gray novel. You may see Tom in the Time Machine, or just in the astral plane. It’s definitely a competition between Tom and the clock. Since Tom wins every game he plays, we think he will beat the clock too.
Not since Ponce de Leon have we had a character so determined to make Father Time crawl to the finish line.
The operative terms for this series are “digital only” and “rare glimpse.”
This means Tom will control the vertical. Tom will control the horizontal. He can make the picture a soft blur, or turn it into crystal clarity. Sit back because you will lose control of your device and maybe your mind.
There is nothing wrong with your device. Do not attempt to adjust the picture. Tom Brady is controlling transmission.
You are about to participate in a great adventure. For the next six hours, sit quietly. You are about experience the awe and mystery that reaches from the inner mind of Tom Brady to its outer limits, which may mean we will end up in a Julian Edelman video.
You are about to learn that football comes before family for Patriots GOAT, Brady.
Tom believes it is cool to show his fans another side of midnight. He trusts he director Gotham Chopak more than Alex Guerrero, which is a mountain of trust indeed. Tom says, “Gotham is a great story-teller,” which makes us wonder where the truth will lie.
The show will not air until the Patriots’ season is done, which looks like mid-February after they have another duck boat parade down the streets of Boston.