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New Aspie TV Series?

I just watched this because my dad recorded it for me (I guess he was reminded of me), and actually, the plan was spot-on.

It wasn't one passenger plane that was in danger of crashing. They had to save fifty-six passenger planes or let them be shot out of the sky to minimize ground casualties. There was no time to land the single plane and run the software to the team! The necessary debugged copy of the software, whatever it does, allowed the planes to land safely at LAX. All the planes needed it to be sent to the guy at the computer ASAP. Successfully landing one plane wouldn't have been enough.

So it was the opposite of unnecessary.
I've never been known for my time management skills.
I thought that they show was decent. To me, it gives people with autism importance in a show as they were celebrated.

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