I’m much more likely to pull over to greet an elderly pug than to help a stranded motorist.
I mention this because I came across this study the other day:
To be fair, my dogs are much lighter and easier to carry than the average tourist or grandparent.
Check out some reactions, recaps, and reviews:
“An episode rife with “Wait, what?!?!” moments. Possibly my favorite of the season so far…” by Cort Robinson at Pure Fandom
“One of the reasons I love the sci-fi genre is because I’m fascinated by the technologies it’s creators manage to think up. Nanites, space elevators that put the Space Needle to shame, transfer transits, and blink drives are all really cool bits of technology in the world of Dark Matter…” by Jen Stayrook at The Workprint
“The Android has been pretty much the breakout character from the very beginning of the series, and it is scenes like this that showcase the character’s natural charm and humor…” by Kathleen Wiedel at TV Fanatic
“In a way, I liked “Going Out Fighting” better than last week’s near-perfect “Stuff to Steal, People to Kill”. I say this kind of stuff a lot. It’s mainly because every episode expands upon the overall grand story, making each a little more exciting…” by Tom Gardiner at Three If By Space
“This episode’s pacing was excellent. You didn’t know what was going to happen next and it gave you the chills…” by Jideobi Odunze at Geeked Out Nation
“Dark Matter delivered what may very well be its highest-stakes episode yet…” by Aimee Hicks at Spoiler TV
Anna and Josh at Geeksiders:
Hey, comic book fans. Join my Comic Book Reading Club. Our first discussion kicks off September 5th with Daredevil (vol. 1): “Born Again” (Daredevil #227-233).