Gemma? (Part I)

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Gemma? [Part I]

What's Gemma up to?

Blogger Tachyon
Date Posted December 11th, 2006
Length 0:26
Description Hmm.

Sometimes a place we've been gets tagged in our memory. If we can weed through the clutter and make the right connection, perhaps it's a good idea to revisit the scene of that previous experience.

The hard part can be recalling the exact spot though... and sometimes the connection that makes it all click will just pop into your head randomly (say, at 4 minutes to the hour, perhaps). So long as you're certain, the end result of this process is often quite rewarding.

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Production Credits
Executive Producer(s) Glenn Rubenstein
Assistant Producer Mari Devincenzi
Director(s) Glenn Rubenstein
Camera Glenn Rubenstein
Vidplay Glenn Rubenstein
Story Glenn Rubenstein
Editor(s) Glenn Rubenstein
Gemma Jackie Jandrell
Adjacent Blogs
Previous "Home Alone"
Next "Gemma? [Part II]"
Previous by Tachyon "Knock 'Em Down"
Directly after "Back Home"

Gemma? [Part I] is the twenty-fourth video in the OpAphid video series.


(Stills from previous Tachyon drop locations are shown. Cut to black. We see Gemma approaching Lucy's apartment, walking up the steps, and then going into it.)

Text: That's just the tip of the iceberg.

(More stills from previous Tachyon drop locations are shown very quickly.)

The drop

Drop 6 (Petaluma Revisited)

Forum discussion


  • When this video was reposted on Gemma's YouTube account, it included new text at the end. After "but wait, there's more." it said "Investigate the Order" "Fight OpAphid" and had a brief advertisement for the Web site " Explore the Breeniverse." This ending was also added to Gemma? (Part II).
  • The "Gemma?" videos were originally supposed to be one larger video. However, it was broken down into segments because it was so jam-packed with information. [1]

Companion video