Did not know that. Guess that explains it a bit.
The series is in the bag, everything is filmed so we will get as much Charly as is already made and with the series' renewal still uncertain the entire cast's future on The Orville is in the balance.One good thing is that when/if they break up she won't be around much longer.
I was wondering that as well, especially given how right-leaning many Orville fans seem to be. Which is even odder when you consider MacFarlane's political thought and how much of it is expressed in the show.
Because of the exposition of seeing the ship became mostly empty except in one place, I almost expected something nefarious to happen, such as e.g. Isaac turning and locking them in and taking over the ship.They have indeed been too long, though. Not that there's a magic number of minutes----I welcome 74 minutes if they're tight. These weren't. The last third was Pad City. An extended and rousingly scored sequence of crewmembers walking down halls and aisles and sitting down? Okaaaayyy.
We really didn't need any of the scenes between Isaac volunteering and Topa waking up after the procedure.
You'd still need a minimal crew. Who is flying the thing? Not everyone can go to a concert for crying out loud!Because of the exposition of seeing the ship became mostly empty except in one place, I almost expected something nefarious to happen, such as e.g. Isaac turning and locking them in and taking over the ship.