Scorpion Episode Two (Recap and Review)

Scorpion Episode Two (Recap and Review)

Episode two of Scorpion did not have as spectacular a problem to solve as in the pilot, there were no jet passenger planes falling out of the sky killing hundreds this week. In A Single Point of Failure death was still an issue but in numbers much smaller, just as the potential victims themselves were small. The first on the list of the dying was the governor’s daughter whose health was failing at a rapid rate with doctor’s giving the girl less than 24 hours to live.

Scorpion: Not a Huge Sting in the Tail

Scorpion: Not a Huge Sting in the Tail

Scorpion on CBS started off not as a huge sting in the tail but with a pretty impressive plot for its first show. The cast, which is mostly made up of younger actors, has Robert Patrick to represent the old guard and Elyes Gabel (Game of Thrones, Body of Proof) plays real life character Walter O’Brien. The 197 IQ genius is touted on the show as being the fourth smartest man in the world. The series is based upon O’Brien’s true exploits starting with the show’s opening scene where the 12 year-old Walter is caught after hacking the NASA computer system.

‘Scorpion’ True Tales Robert Patrick and High IQs

Starting on September 22 CBS is bringing Scorpion into the homes of viewers across the country, starring Robert Patrick, the show is all about true tales of high IQs and super geniuses that are not out to take over the world but to save it. The show is based upon the real life “exploits” of Walter O’Brien who has an IQ of 190 which is, according to the program’s publicity, even higher than Albert Einstein’s. O’Brien is a computer genius who hacked into NASA’s secure system at the age of 12.

‘Scorpion’ True Tales Robert Patrick and High IQs

Starting on September 22 CBS is bringing Scorpion into the homes of viewers across the country, starring Robert Patrick, the show is all about true tales of high IQs and super geniuses that are not out to take over the world but to save it. The show is based upon the real life “exploits” of Walter O’Brien who has an IQ of 190 which is, according to the program’s publicity, even higher than Albert Einstein’s. O’Brien is a computer genius who hacked into NASA’s secure system at the age of 12.

Jayne Mansfield’s Car Billy Bob Thornton’s Return to the South

Jayne Mansfield’s Car Billy Bob Thornton’s Return to the South