If the last few episodes did not give you an adrenaline rush, then this one will more than likely will judging by the preview of Scott trying to coax Brains into sliding down from Thunderbird 1.
I'm beginning to think that this Generation's Scott Tracy is almost like a prankster/troll in the way he attempts Brains to get to the train by pushing him and the facial expression he makes when he can hear the Engineer over the com like it's amusing to him. I could not stop laughing at implied troll-face he made at both segments, lol.
This is the complexity I like about Scott; he is as funny when he wants to be as he is serious. The original portrayal was very no non-sense and joked very rarely whereas this incarnation of the team leader of International Rescue is extremely quick-witted and charismatic.
On a more serious note; I'm glad that Brains is getting involved in a rescue at the scene as opposed to communicating technical data from Tracy Island.
It's amusing to see the reluctance of him not wanting to sail down the zipline just shows the limited to no field-work the engineer has with the Organisation.
But that said; that just makes for good comedic moments where the Genius who is at home in the Lab is out with the leader who makes him go to it against his will and is awkward to no end about it.
The attention to detail in the model set here is just amazing as usual and it's interesting that it seems that only Thunderbird 1 will be used for a rescue. As best to my knowledge I cannot recall Thunderbird just being used for as such from the original series.
With the exception of the Imposters, Thunderbird 2 at least was used in every episode.
So to only possibly see the reconnaissance rocket and not have her big green sister back her will be intriguing and exciting to see.
Thunderbirds Are Go.
Covering the 1st Thunderbird Series in 50 years with the Build up 'Before the Storm' and After the Storm.
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