Tuesday, March 4, 2014

Gene Stearns: "The Objective Is Not To Win in Court."


Here's the full quote:
“The objective is not to win in court. The objective is to make peace and move on.”
Ok, here's my theory:
Several decades ago, a sinister corporation hired a secretive, brilliant Asian scientist to conduct testing of a miracle virus at a hidden base buried deep under the Arctic.  The scientist, despondent over the loss of his only daughter at a young age, copied her DNA and injected it into a twin abducted from nearby Inuit tribespeople.  That twin grew up in a duplicate house constructed on a secret level of the base, believing it to be rural Montana.  Then aliens with silver eyes came, Jeri Ryan inexplicably arrived for a few episodes, and mutant infected scientists began to "vector" and attack others by spewing black gunk into their mouths in a semi-sexual seduction process.  Also chimpanzees were somehow involved and heads are cryogenically frozen and buried outside the base.
So that either explains Gene's quote above or the plot of Helix -- I'm not sure which.
Read more here: http://www.miamiherald.com/2014/03/03/3972095/city-tequesta-site-near-miami.html#storylink=cpy

8 comments:

  1. Best.

    Post.

    EVEEEEEERRRR.

    Really good.

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  2. Aliens and Jeri Ryan? Talk about covering my beat!

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  3. fucking brilliant

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  4. How the fuck do you come up with this stuff?

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  5. @11:46

    SFL is a genius, obviously. A twisted, twisted genius.

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  6. Stearns should have let Mary Barzee handle that mess. The outcome may have ended up the same, but the public perception of the client would be much improved.

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  7. 2:46, your comment made me think of:

    http://antifilmschoolsite.files.wordpress.com/2012/05/temple-of-doom-crop-2.jpg

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