Timeless (2016–2018)
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The Alamo 

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The team learns about courage at the Battle of the Alamo.

Director:

John Terlesky

Writers:

Eric Kripke (created by), Shawn Ryan (created by) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Abigail Spencer ... Lucy Preston
Matt Lanter ... Wyatt Logan
Malcolm Barrett ... Rufus Carlin
Paterson Joseph ... Connor Mason
Sakina Jaffrey ... Denise Christopher
Claudia Doumit ... Jiya
Goran Visnjic ... Garcia Flynn
David Chisum ... William Barret Travis
Alex Fernandez ... General Santa Anna
Chris Browning ... James 'Jim' Bowie
Jeff Kober ... Davy Crockett
Hector Hugo ... Patrick Ramsey
Susanna Thompson ... Carol Preston
Sean Michael Kyer ... John Smith
Sari Mercer ... Susanna
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Storyline

The travelers go back in time to help save Texas. When the author of an important article is killed, Lucy has to step up and finish the article for him. Wyatt helps delay the attack on the Alamo. Rufus finds a way to save the women and children of the Alamo. Written by Danielle Wood

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TV-PG | See all certifications »
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Language:

English

Release Date:

31 October 2016 (USA) See more »

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Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Trivia

The episode opens March 2, 1836. In reality Travis wrote the letter on Feb 24, 1836. So the basic premise of this episode is incorrect. See more »

Goofs

The John Smith who delivered Travis's message was actually in his forties at the time of the Alamo, not the teenager depicted here. See more »

Quotes

Agent Denise Christopher: What's going on?
Jiya: Flynn's gone. To March 2, 1836. Looks like... around San Antonio.
Wyatt Logan: That's days before the Alamo.
[seeing Christopher's expression of surprise]
Wyatt Logan: I'm from Texas. We all know that one.
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Maybe that is the way to go...
2 November 2016 | by Dr_SaganSee all my reviews

In my "series"'s review I pointed out the "high production values" of the show. The representation of the 30s (cars, shop, clothes etc.) and a CGI Hindenburg destined to explode.

Now in the 5th episode I'm glad to see these values are kept intact. Although didn't seem like a very expensive set, the Alamo felt, if not "real", at least atmospheric.

I was very critical about the numerous plot holes of TImeless" and the unconvincing pseudo-science, but this episode didn't put too much weight on these. Instead it focused on the human stories, the feelings, the impact a mere letter could have to inspire people. Freedom and patriotism.

So, in that way, time-traveling sits in the back seat and let every episode grow into a 40 minutes era piece. You see there is one travel per episode. A time-travel series could have a lot back and forth in weird times in a single episode. Timeless is going to the direction of using time-travel as a (good) excuse for touching important historical events, and not to be a "pure" sci-fi show.

Judging by the good impression "The Alamo" left me, maybe that is the way to go...


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