For record, the schedule
- 1-Oct • X-Files: Ghost in the Machine
- 3-Oct • Cowboy Bebop: Honky Tonk Woman
- 5-Oct • Fury
- 8-Oct • Miracle Day 7
- 9-Oct • Miracle Day 8
- 10-Oct • Miracle Day 9
- 11-Oct • Miracle Day 10
- 12-Oct - 18-Oct • Off
- 19-Oct • The Wire
- 22-Oct • X-Files: Aubrey
- 24-Oct • Stand Alone Complex
- 26-Oct • Night Terrors
- 29-Oct • Dr. Who: Battlefield
- 31-Oct • Sam & Max (TV): The Invaders
OMG he's doing the Sam & Max
Can Jack be knocked unconscious? I haven't seen enough to know.
Yes he can.
It's actually sort of funny the assumption in the show that Jack is the last mortal because... well, no one knows. In no discernable way does Jack act different than he did before. Jack's immortality always took the form of a healing factor, and a really inconsistent one at that. So one can't just say "He's no longer healing as fast" as proof of anything. Here everyone's like "Jack you're mortal" hrrrm, how do you know he is? Coz he hasn't died ... at all, which is sort of the only thing that would prove he's mortal.
It's actually also funny that Jack doesn't really die in Miracle Day Till the end and that's where his immortality comes back
, considering that the rest of Torchwood, Jack died about as regularly as Kenny in Southpark. So when his immortality is gone, that's when Death suddenly gives him a wide berth. Coz in regular Torchwood, 9 episodes without dying is a record streak for Jack.
edited 28th Sep '13 10:01:54 PM by Ghilz