Project Blue Book

A chronicle of the true top secret U.S. Air Force-sponsored investigations into UFO-related phenomena in the 1950s and ’60s, known as “Project Blue Book.”


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at 18:40 pm

I like the idea of the main plot. 2 hired guns to disprove UFO's. Yet you know in they are being used, and the Air Force is hiding the truth. I love the concept and the first few episodes seem to work well with it. OK, here is the bad part, and it is a biggie. The sub-plot with the suspicious wife and Russian spies. This is just awful. Pulp fiction cliche crap as filler. Obviously they are having creative problems filling in the whole hour with content. I have enjoyed Laura Mennell in many of her roles in other shows, but as Mimi, she just annoys the hell out of me. Believability factor of 0.0! The Russian spies seem to be thrown in for good measure. Just awful. I highly recommend the writers just kill off this useless, pathetic and boring sub plot. It just simply does not work. The actions and content in the sub plot really have nothing to do with the main story and have little to no impact overall. Only impact is Mimi getting suspicious and anxious. Big deal! Who cares?? Go back and watch the X-files. They did not do cheap thrill cliche subplots that dragged on. UPDATE: Now end of Season 2. FOR GAWDS SAKE, take those ridiculous women out of this. It is just pathetic. They are of no redeeming value to the show. They actually make it hard to watch. Ye, that bad. The show is still running mediocre, but I still would like to watch it...but find myself leaving it to watch only when I am desperate, and having t force myself not fast forwarding while hose two bimbo's are babbling gobbledy gook. PLEASE, Season 3 (if it gets greenlit) write those two out!!!