|April, 1998 [Quiller's
||Something so fake...
||Some comments on the contrived beginning.
||Battle, water, loo, so forth
||Remarks on the great battle scene between Kishnar and
||The unidimensional Q
||Why Quiller can't possibly be as "one-note" as he comes
across in <Run>'s beginning.
||In <Run>, some previously hidden views of Quiller.
||A rather tricky narrative device fails.
||The Bureau, the best
||A great assessment by Pepperidge.
||Why the forfeiture of the lives of execs is just part
of the routine.
||Out of position
||Why does everybody in <Run>'s beginning seem to be
doing the wrong things?
||Is the treatment of Q at <Run>'s outset an example
of calculated disrespect?
||Charlie--finally sent out?
||Did the Canadian finally go out on the hopeless mission?
||Some comments on the Bureau employees Q hates most.
||Some slipping in standards of security in the latter
||Trying too hard
||In portraying Shoda's at the "sho-down," Hall may have
||Can you say, "hubris"?
||Comments on that which goeth before a fall.
||Patience and prickliness
||Why Q's criticism of Loman is--especially for him--laying
it on a bit thick.
||The rather troubling increase in coarse language in the
||Overstretching credulity in <Run>.
||Some objectionable masculine posing in <Run>.
||Objectionable sexism: Five examples
||Some overstepping of the bounds in the portrayal of women.
||With Q's investigating of the airplane crash, Hall achieves
one of his very best scenes.
||Keep your eye on the ball
||If Q'd kept on focus, he might have been able to save
||Tung and Cho
||Comparison of portrayals of two martial arts masters.
||A reaction to crying hearkens back to the earlier Quiller.
||More evidence that Hall's use of the term, "karma," is
||The over-emotional, hyper-talkative Ms. McCorkadale.
||Why it's not a good idea to be too trusting of Katie.
||A classic scene where Q and two others listen to the
last words spoken in the cabin of a doomed aircraft.
||Is the Bureau Q's surrogate parent?
||Who's in charge here?
||Too many supervisors.
||Political overload II
||More on the intrusion of politics into the latter Q-orpus.