There is always the (theoretical) danger when it comes to time-travel stories as to how to approach those episodes that deal with events well known to the viewing public, and how well the story can be told around those events. For instance, being transported back in time to the night that Abraham Lincoln was assassinated immediately rang alarm bells in my head.
Why? Well, if you interfere with that event, how does the rest of history change after that? In this instance, our protagonist Peter tries to do the right thing and warn people of the event, but he is of course unable to do so. In this instance, because John Wilkes Booth himself drugs him. Realistic? Well…
Also, the finale, where the man he passed on his way out of the Club is found to have inherited his money from the one person who believed Peter in the past and tried to save the President… well I’m not buying it. It all becomes a bit too convenient, even for this show.
Rating: Where is his protection detail? 2/5.