Picks and Pans Review: Galapagos: Beyond Darwin
A boatload of lucky scientists visits the mecca of evolution and gets to do something Charles Darwin never did: go 3,000 feet below sea level to photograph species never before captured on film. The result is fantastic footage of weird sea creatures like bat-fish, scorpion fish and sea iguanas. But the program is hampered by the scientists' smug attitude toward Darwin and his primitive equipment. Sure, it's a neat trick to discover a new species every day, thanks to your amazing Buck Rogers submersible. But Darwin invented the theory of evolution, which changed the world. Chuck wins on points.