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Way back in October, in simpler times, I wrote that I was excited for Timeless because because of this snippet in the trailer from Malcolm Barrett:. I went on to say I was disappointed in the show, and that line would like likely be the best in the series. One of my complaints about the pilot was that Rufus is asked to wait outside a bar for his own safety and it is suggested he avoid eye-contact with anyone. I was annoyed not because this seemed unrealistic, but because it was rendered as a side story, barely of note. But Timeless went on to do something interesting with this moment, playing a long-game I had not anticipated. Episode 6 of the show takes this scene and redresses it by reversing the roles. The show went on to include episodes featuring Katherine Johnson the main character of the true story Hidden Figures and Bass Reeves which literally brought forth cheers in my household.
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Connor Mason Paterson Josephy , a rich, reclusive genius, invents a time machine, which is promptly stolen by a rogue apparently hell-bent on changing history. Despite this deeply retro premise and style, Timeless shies away from most of the tropes associated with the genre and instead assembles one of the more diverse casts on network TV. Out of the three heroes, only one Wyatt is white and male, and Lucy is the de facto protagonist, not him. The main supporting cast consists of a black man the aforementioned billionaire genius and two women of color—one of whom, Agent Christopher Sakina Jaffrey , has the position of highest institutional authority in the entire show.
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