Wednesday, February 06, 2008





Nick Redfern comments on the long-extinct British TV drama "UFO":

Oh, yes, I almost forgot: in one of the episodes an autopsy is undertaken on one of the aliens by the secret government group that is tasked with defeating them. At one point during the autopsy, the medical team removes a "contact lens" from the alien's eye that eerily parallels the similar scene in the infamous Alien Autopsy film that Ray Santilli thrust upon an unsuspecting world in the mid-1990s. Hmmm . . .

3 comments:

ee by gum said...

Its nor extinct chuck, its ont telly nearly every neet in the UK. Its a load o' crap tho!

kcotae said...

As usual, Nicky is "out of time" UFO is far from extinct and is transmitted on various Freeview and satellite tv channels throughout Britain and the world! (Who knows, maybe its watched on extra-solar planets as well?)

Mac said...

Nick didn't use the word "extinct"; I did. I didn't mean that the show was or is unpopular, simply that it's long out of production.