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flashforward

(ˈflæʃˌfɔːwəd)
n
1. (Literary & Literary Critical Terms) a transition in a novel, film, etc, to a scene or event in the future
2. (Film) a transition in a novel, film, etc, to a scene or event in the future
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Flashforward to 2016 and these sort of slurs are making a comebackbut this time on the right.
She's also appeared in Doctor Who, FlashForward, Lost in Austen, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Hope Springs, Marchlands and Private Practice.
As Weird Event series go, this E follows in the footsteps of similar concepts like FlashForward, where the whole world lost consciousness for two minutes, and The 4400 in which 4,400 people were abducted in a flash of light over the course of 50 years.
Back to the here and now, though, and in a flashforward to Barney and Robin's wedding day, we see the bride has a serious case of the jitters.
Flashforward to Robin and Barney's wedding day where the bride is having jitters.
Recently she's been in Doctor Who, FlashForward, Lost in Austen, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit and Hope Springs.
And with both FlashForward and The Event having bitten the dust recently, these are tough times for science fiction shows.
After Lost and FlashForward, I don't have the patience for a show that seems to go out of its way not to reveal anything to viewers.
Clearly aimed at the kind of audience who loved Lost and Flashforward - not got a clue what's going on but what the hell, I'll stick with it - it pushes all the right buttons, the first two episodes setting up what looks like a thrilling ride.
As ABC discovered in its many attempts to find a tonal companion to "Lost," with shows like "FlashForward" and "Invasion," it's hard to get the mix of character development and plot intrigue just right.