A ship malfunctions, and a passenger on a deep-space voyage to a new colony is woken from hibernation early.
Good and not good at the same time. It works out quite well, and has a good overall tone to it, but the story itself is sad.
1:30 -- The Starship Avalon
- Destination The Colony World of Homestead II
2:30 -- Such things can be detected from quite some distance away.
- Maybe indicate how difficult it is to turn or something..
- 7:00 -- That song.. I can't remember the name of it, but it's famous.
- 15:00 -- I'd be thinking of waking up an engineer or staff of the flight crew or something.. but I guess that's not possible because he doesn't know how hibernation pods work.
- 18:15 -- Lost in Space - (1965-1968 tv show)
- 28:00 -- This is quite the fantasy. It would have been more appropriate for him to go through many passengers and learn their stories as entertainment and a human connection.
- 30:45 -- Couldn't he find a pretty engineer?
- 31:00 -- Sony
- 39:00 -- I would have broken down crying at eating other food, had I been him.
- 41:00 -- For some time, I've been wondering if malfunctions would either wake, or kill, other passengers.
- 45:45 -- Would there be facilities to bring a person back? If they don't have the hibernation facilities on the ship, would they build them on the colony within that year she'd stay there?
- 48:45 -- It's so cuuute, your my beeeest frieeeeend.
- 50:30 -- The unshaved look really is a thing. I was told about this, and now I notice it everywhere.
- 58:45 -- So obviously she finds the tools or hibernation pod manual after staying over or moving in..
- 60:00 -- That's the most fucking stupid fucking risky thing to ever do in the history of ever.
- 1:01:15 -- Ooh, an interesting twist.
- 1:05:00 -- While I was thinking of her violent reaction, women simply don't have the accountability to be both physical and non-lethal with melee like that.
- 1:07:15 -- For a ship with five thousand people, it sure is small..
- 1:24:30 -- Right from their dispense, I was thinking of taking the pills and following him at a distance.
- 1:26:45 -- Smelling would likely be an excellent way to check, as would getting some binoculars or a telescope, which would very likely be available at the observation area.
- 1:28:30 -- Why wouldn't they be on top of sealing that outside hole, and the hole into that room.
- 1:29:00 -- If the hole into that room is hot, the whole room had plenty of time for every surface to reach that temperature. Maybe they should have instead said it was warm.
- 1:29:30 -- Maybe they should be tethered to something, and have space suits nearby.
- 1:33:00 -- Wounds like that should have the item left in, right?
- 1:33:45 -- Jam the outer door open with the "heat shield".
- 1:35:00 -- Did all the other hibernation pods continue working fine when the entire system was shut down? They obviously don't have subsystems distinct from the rest of the ship, since the malfunction work him up in the first place.
- 1:37:30 -- Why wouldn't he keep the hole plugged?
- 1:38:15 -- .. except her tether won't reach.
- 1:40:30 -- Learning that defibrillation doesn't restart a heart has spoiled a lot of movies.
- 1:44:45 -- Would the auto repair remove the tree?
1:45:00 -- Would it take him another year to have a break and wake her up again?