‘Safety in Numbers’ was this week’s episode of Touch . It showed storylines in New York, California and Soweto — everything from a man with abilities like Jake trying to fix a problem he inadvertently caused, to a woman who attempts to save her friend fr more
While not as tedious as last week's " 1+1=3 ," " Safety in Numbers " came very close to being derailed by an exceedingly dumb global, by way of Coachella, internet dance-off, headlined by a pop-locker, krumper known simply as The Beastmaster. Yes, there w more
After last week's disaster, Touch really had nowhere to go but up. And yesterday's episode was a definite improvement, reining in the hokey coincidences and hinting at a way to turn its themes of interconnectivity into a mildly interesting show.
So far, Touch is coming together pretty nicely, with its intriguing pilot and solid second episode. This third one begins with Martin getting a call from the board and care facility, and he shows... http://www.starpulse.com/news/Brittany_Frederick/2012/03 more
Both the fun and the difficulty of Touch is that there are so many moving pieces to keep track of that I wish the show would cut down on just one or two. That said I enjoyed " Safety in Numbers " more than last week's episode , even if all of the pieces d more