That one still sticks in my craw a bit, as it didn't seem to do anything for the plot at all and was just there to get rid of Thatcher. Not helped that I'm still irritated at the total research failure that went into that fake newspaper article for it.Maybe but it is gonna be hard, there is a dead PM after all and you know MI5 was given the okay to do what needed to be done.
And MI5 they would do it gladly.
I'm pretty sure that militia's in the US are going to have too many problems without Y2K.And militias? They were planning for the end of days.
If the bombing of NASA is TTL's OK City bombing, I thing the response is going to be a much harder crackdown on the forces that lead to it OTL
Sadly a possibility. Though considering the generally hopeful tone of the series, hopefully not.Well it will likely be referenced and JPII’s successor could be a worse pope.
“The Vatican stated they flatly refuses to cooperate on helping locate father Vincent Gregory, whom has an astonishing 23 accusations of Sexual assault levied against him so far.”
I honestly think it would be better if they just allude to "That time you disagreed with that "journalist" the whole season with the correct amount of sarcasm and Ed's reacting that he dislocated his shoulder doing it, and still doesn't regret it. Sometimes there's more fun in telling, not showing y'know?More likely, “You Dani Poole and Gordo Stevens are all liars and the Stevens died for that lie!” *Punch* Moon landing denier on ground ko’ed.
I really don't see Ed taking over Helios. After all that's happened, I reckon Dev is still going to be in charge due to the Board losing their preferred candidate to replace him.Other ideas
- Ed is retired, doing the lecture circuit, perhaps CEO of Helios after (fictional outside company) tried to buy it out (think Disney and Comcast in the early 2000s),
Maybe Jim Henson?
- Disney, no idea Eisner could still be running it. Maybe Frank Wells is alive. Maybe Mini-Disneylands?
Probably no change. Don't see Britain's circumstances changing enough to see that not happening.
- Hong Kong? No idea
Nah, not by 2000. Probably by the 2010's though.
- Majority of vehicles in this US, Europe, and Japan by 2000 are EVs.
That's crossed my mind as well. They might be smaller than OTL without the Lost Decade, but I have no doubt they are still there.
- Aum Shinrikyo... hmm not sure if they happen.
Removed from the Earth by will of God. As it deserves.
- France? No idea.
....kidding, probably just part of whatever the larger EU plot is.
Now that would be hilarious.
- We could see a rebel in Colombia be Pablo Escobar?