Victor is stunned when he hears from the lab regarding his sperm sample. He never authorized it to be kept in storage in the first place. However, he decides he shouldn't destroy the sample considering what his future may hold. Diane feels that it is time
Here's another great Sci-Fi show that was canceled too soon!
This show had a great Lost aspect to it: telling a story, while continuously jumping back in time to tell back-story and create character development. The actors/characters were amazing! Really well written, with a weird supernatural element.
It ended without any answers/clarity, which was such a killer. I would have loved to see this show play out.
I quite liked this show. It spent more time that was necessary on backstory, but the concept and characters were very interesting. Would have loved to have seen where other seasons would have gone.
Typical sci-fi show that tries to combine religious idiocy and science, thereby failing at both. There were some good space scenes though and I did like the ganesh statue sitting on top of the spaceship even if the religious stuff is bogus.
A weird story, taking place during a manned 'grand tour' of the solar system which attempts to present that kind of exploration in a realistic (or at least feasible) way.
Unfortunately, this series was cancelled before the seeds of the more complex plot which had been sketched out could grow. We were left with a lot of puzzling hints which never played out and a story that was never completed.
Because of this, it's probably only for SF completists.