We open on African ritual dancers and a driving rhythm of drums. Nimoy informs us that the dance has meaning, which of course is true.
We begin with a little bumper about Tutankhamun, and then a little travelogue of Egypt. We intercut between people farming and shots of the pyramids.
*Deep sigh* Okay. I’ve been reviewing this show episode by episode for nearly three seasons now, and this is the episode that I just can’t
Lloyd Bridges as Professor X? Sadly not. In this episode, we are to witness ‘ the world’s first experiment in underwater psychic archaeology,’ off the
Nimoy gives a truly wonderful narration at the beginning of this, all about lost treasure in a mysterious pit. The re-enactment of some boys digging
We open on a shot of an icy coastline. We hear low, eerie music and also some sort of musical chanting in a strange language.
Water seekers. Dowsers. People with the supposed ability to find water with a stick. It’s… look, it’s uninteresting. Sorry, dowsers. Sorry sceptics. I know you
We start with some very 1970sy models playing Adam and Eve. We don’t see them much below the neck, so the nudity is only implied.
Sand dunes and electronic music meant to sound like woodwinds. Nimoy says that ‘it seems impossible that an empty desert could hide one of the
We open on a Mayan guy carrying a pack through the jungle. After last season’s relatively sensible episode on the Inca, I didn’t want to