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Postby Kalah » May 17 2009, 21:57

Indeed he's the main character and has been throughout. Rumours say he will appear in a "handful" of episode, some say 6; the same number applying for Sarah Chalke.
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Postby Kalah » May 19 2009, 0:23

I'm hooked on Futurama...
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Postby Metathron » May 19 2009, 10:36

I'm a big fan of Futurama. The movies aren't that great, but it's certainly better than nothing. Haven't seen the third one, though.
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Postby Kalah » May 20 2009, 11:12

Saw this episode called "Jurassic Bark" last night - about Fry's dog being found as a fossil. He wanted to clone it, but in the end he decided not to, since they learned that the dog had lived for another 12 years or so after Fry disappeared. In other words, the dog had had a full life after his life with Fry. At the end of the episode it turns out the dog had in fact been sitting outside Fry's pizzeria every day the rest of its life, waiting for him to come back.

I miss my dog...
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Postby Metathron » May 20 2009, 15:20

Confession time: I almost cried at the end of that episode. It was just such a poignant scene. :shh:
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Postby Marzhin » May 20 2009, 16:35

Confession time: I almost cried at the end of that episode.
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Postby Kalah » May 20 2009, 17:11

I'm actually surprised at the quality of some of the episodes (not all, mind you). The classical issue of "what if our universe is just a grain of sand in another universe" is picked up in several; time travel; dreams-within-dreams... Watching "The Sting", I just knew something was up with Fry talking to Leela in her dreams, telling her to "wake up". Brilliant plot. :tsup:
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Postby Caradoc » May 20 2009, 23:19

Anyone else who was blown away by the Lost season finale?

Anyone still watching, even? :D
So what's going to happen next season? Do we start over as if there was no crash? But what about everyone else -- who are still on the island and interacted in important ways with the Oceanic survivors?
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Postby ThunderTitan » May 22 2009, 9:22

The consensus is that the bomb didn't go off, and the light was them time jumping again...

They'll prob use the bomb in the present though...


Also, they're so ripping off Legacy of Kain it's not even funny...
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Postby Kalah » Jun 4 2009, 15:24

Watching the last episode of Babylon 5 now. Never seen it before. Delighted to see the Earth "general" back. :-D

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Postby Metathron » Jun 4 2009, 19:52

I'm rewatching also. Currently somewhere towards the end of season 3. Season 5 reeeeaaaly stank, though. Well, most of it, anyhow (the stuff to do with the telepaths). Still, better than lots of other things out there, the characters were there at least.
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Postby ThunderTitan » Jun 5 2009, 6:01

The space chickens episode with the janitors saved it IMO...
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Postby Kalah » Jun 5 2009, 10:09

The best parts of Season 5 was Londo and G'Kar, naturally. And I also liked the way Lyta turned out. Great scene when she is asked by Garibaldi if she wants to move cells so they don't have to worry about the surveillance camera; she closes her eyes, the camera explodes and she goes: "What camera?" :D

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Postby Metathron » Jun 5 2009, 14:06

Londo and G'Kar are always great. In fact, I think they might be the best thing about B5!
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Postby Kalah » Jun 5 2009, 14:48

Yes, especially when they're no longer real enemies, and just mock one another for the fun of it. :D

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Postby Kalah » Jun 7 2009, 22:00

Another example of Americans taking British brilliance and turning it into sh****....

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Postby Kalah » Jun 17 2009, 16:26

I've just bought the miniseries and the first couple of seasons of Battlestar Galactica from Amazon. :)

Edit: Watching the miniseries now. Wheeee! :oex:

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Postby Kalah » Jul 20 2009, 0:23

Guess I have to start watching 24, since Katee Sackhoff is in it...

Also... guess this thread is dead...
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Postby ThunderTitan » Jul 20 2009, 6:17

Perform some CPR... maybe it will revive it...
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Postby Kalah » Aug 14 2009, 23:47

Anybody watching "Castle"?

We all know Nathan Fillion rocks, of course. Not quite sure about that particular show yet, though.
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