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Biohackers 1x02 Reviewed


Surely nobody in their right mind could live with what the doctor has done on their conscience. The doctor is terrifying. She is not socially useful. Students are ideologically motivated. They have no sense of foreboding. The doctor has aloofness.

There are societal grievances and an accumulating melange of social unease and psychological torment. The doctor offers no apology or public acknowledgement of the harms she has caused. She's not contrite or ashamed. Forces are being set in motion whose terrible ending is as clear as it is unstoppable.

The students are the most frightfully boring, dreadful people that have ever been born. Mia tries to get an assistant job. Jasper is twitchy. Flashbacks show a car crash that the doctor caused to kill Mia's parents. There is no passion for medicine. Who is Mia's contact?

Mia has to take a DNA test and worries about the doctor's DNA database. This is not contemplative. It was a bit inconsequential. There is talk of grad studies and the doctor may want to re-set society in a way that suits her aims. Mia is universally welcomed but is the doctor on to her? This was not beguiling or extraordianry. The educated urban creative elite smug.

There will be significant and positive change to come. Mia gazes glumy and has raw rage and anguish. One of Mia's roommates puts plastic tarp down to avoid bloodstains as he experiments on himself. Jasper and co are unpleasant drips and this was not deliciously satisfying. Jasper is comically earnest. What happened to Mia's family is an injustice that can never be righted.

People are self-absorbed, shallow, unrelibale and not terribly likeable people. Mia's life unravelled as a child – so how is going to a top med school? There are ridiculous situations but no mad panic. This was irritating not disconerting. This maddened me. Mia drugs and DNA samples her roommate to fake the DNA test – how lucky one of her roommates is also a blue eyed blonde. There are negative aspects and the doctor is a dark presence.

Mia mislabeled her fake DNA. This was satisfying. This was entirely unsuccessful and unmemorable. The college is not dynamic or vibrant. This causes malaise and people love to declare things dramatically. This was inglorious. A roommate has staggering nativety. There is treacherous evil lurking and there is a freckle gene? People are theatrical rather then genuine. There are twisted conspiracies and connections and stilted speech and sensibilities. This was woefully inadequate banalisation.

Best Lines:

“How boring, blah blah.”

“That poor bush.”

“Gene scissors.”

“I haven't been using the book.”

“Scared off something coming in or getting out?”

“Protect what's ours.”

“Fertility parameters.”

“Go in and get it if you want me to take it out.”

“Enough dude.”

“Doing laundry topless.”

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