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Old February 14 2013, 08:55 PM   #30
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Re: Which Sci-Fi shows have aged the best?

RAMA wrote: View Post
... BSG 1979: They actually didn't use too much that was time period specific, and by comparison, the other big budget SF series of the time was Buck Rogers, which is incredibly dated.

TREK_GOD_1 wrote: View Post
... Then, there's the disco/prostitute imagery obsession that looked like the kind of cheap trappings found at Hugh Hefner parties of the same period. You can aim this criticism at Buck Rogers in the 25th Century, too.

TREK_GOD_1 wrote: View Post
Lost in Space ages better than some would think, only because so many of its episodes were set on barren planet sets, so what little technical design appeared, it was limited to the Jupiter 2, which is more hit and miss than total miss as a design.
Agree. The Jupiter 2 sets[both upper and lower decks] are still an impressive setting for a series.
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