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After spending two years in the jungles in Vietnam, I can relate to being alone in the world. As a new plot, I can see a group of homeless Vietnam Vets honing their skills to survive. True, there are still a lot of Post and Bases still standing after the bombs went off, but when the rogues take control of the basic needs and the lack of leadership, the Army and other forces can't do a thing. The plot changes when a lone Special Forces Captain, now over sixty years old, takes control of his life and the lives he touches.
Once having to eat only fish heads and rice and learning how to eat anything and everything, the memories flood back. Finding food is one thing, but hiding and killing the VC was another. These memories never left him and now may save his life again.
The plot can and should cross the paths of Jericho's leaders. His history would save the town and lead to a better and deeper plot for younger viewers.
There is so much that can be learned from the Vietnam war. No one was safe there, as it is in Jericho.
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|Crajon||Where is the UN ?||0||Feb 19 2008, 5:08 PM EST by Crajon|
|bnrup||It's perfect!!!||0||Dec 31 2007, 9:04 PM EST by bnrup|
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I love your plot idea!!! It's exactly the thing that I think Jericho needs to survive-a plot twist. If the producers of this show went with your idea, I think Jericho could be around for many seasons to come.
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|kismagyar||Aloneness||0||Dec 16 2007, 7:26 PM EST by kismagyar|
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I think that you have great idea! Having lived with PTS all my life, I can relate to having only yourself to depend on. I survived the 1956 Hungarian Revolution because my parents were smart enough to leave. But, they didn't reckon on the effects of leaving one society and then having to deal with a totally unaccepting one in another. Not only were we not wanted here, but were verbally and physically abused because of it. Not understanding the language or the customs, America had been a golden dream which quickly soured once we arrived...too late to turn back. This could also be an interesting plot, as I read remours that people were trying to migrate south to Mexico.
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