Is there anything more exciting than a secret werewolf astronaut being sent on a mission to the moon by his secret wife/boss, who is caught up in a secret struggle of her own with a secret government agency and therefore must, against her will, send her secret husband on the one mission that will undoubtedly trigger his lycanthropy, thus revealing his secret to the world, if not just Mission Control?
Yes. There is.
But rather than rewrite that above masterpiece of a sentence, I’ll just say; replace “werewolf” with “Vampire” and remove all the gross “lycanthropy” stuff. There’s your answer.
Vampires are far more interesting than werewolves any day. It’s not politics. It’s a fact. However, if any pre-pubescent-brained dolt out there even thinks the phrase “Team Edward,” I’ll spank you in your sleep. Stephenie Meyer makes my teeth shrivel. I don’t know what made anyone think she could write an entire novel when she can’t even spell her own name properly.
Let me say a thing or two about writing in general. Commas are the breath of literature. Periods are for quitters. And while Stepheenii Meyer obviously lives by this philosophy, her writing still sucks.
And not in the good way.
Back to the review. I think I’ve said about all I need to say about this show. If you forced me to say something else (good luck) it would be: “Vampinauts.”
“Wereanauts” didn’t make me want to read Twilight again. So it has that going for it. I give it my second highest rating.
Score = Blah.
What this show has:
Evil Men in Black
Sexy Mission Controller/Secret Bride
What it doesn’t have: