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Old January 10 2013, 12:23 PM   #586
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Re: teacake does Stargate: punch it

Prometheus Unbound: What is this a frakking crossover?! (do you see what I did there?)

Hammond: Dude, where's my Prometheus?

Exactly WHY did Daniel Jackson take off all her clothes? Okay maybe that armor is a onesie full of uber powers. Yeah.
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Old January 10 2013, 10:30 PM   #587
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Her outfit was supposed to be zat repellant, therefore Daniel had to remove it to take away any advantage she might have had. Otherwise, pointing a zat at her during the dinner scene would be meaningless.
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Old January 11 2013, 06:27 AM   #588
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Wait. I think you skipped "Gemini", which is an important one.
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Old January 11 2013, 12:07 PM   #589
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Gemini is the next one, on the next disc in the dvd set.

I'm having a marathon tomorrow, hopefully. Of Stargate, not running.
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Old January 11 2013, 02:35 PM   #590
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Gemini is the next one, on the next disc in the dvd set.

I'm having a marathon tomorrow, hopefully. Of Stargate, not running.
"Gemini" is a great ep!
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Old January 11 2013, 05:58 PM   #591
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Wait. I think you skipped "Gemini", which is an important one.
The order on the season eight DVDs was different to the airing order. For some reason they swapped around Gemini and Prometheus Unbound, and more reasonably they swapped around Citizen Joe and Threads so that they could keep the Reckoning two parter and Threads on the same disc, while just sticking Citizen Joe with the Moebius two parter on the last disc.
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Old January 11 2013, 11:41 PM   #592
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Strange, my season 8 DVDs aren't like that at all. Gemini, Prometheus Unbound, Citizen Joe and Threads are in their proper spots, and the two parts of Reckoning are on seperate discs. Of course, I have the original release, the one which has the regular length (45 minutes) version of Threads as opposed to the longer one that originally aired. Does this make a difference?
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Old January 12 2013, 12:45 AM   #593
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Wait. I think you skipped "Gemini", which is an important one.
The order on the season eight DVDs was different to the airing order. For some reason they swapped around Gemini and Prometheus Unbound, and more reasonably they swapped around Citizen Joe and Threads so that they could keep the Reckoning two parter and Threads on the same disc, while just sticking Citizen Joe with the Moebius two parter on the last disc.
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Strange, my season 8 DVDs aren't like that at all. Gemini, Prometheus Unbound, Citizen Joe and Threads are in their proper spots, and the two parts of Reckoning are on seperate discs. Of course, I have the original release, the one which has the regular length (45 minutes) version of Threads as opposed to the longer one that originally aired. Does this make a difference?
But.. what order should I watch Babylon 5 in?

Watching Gemini now
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Old January 12 2013, 01:16 AM   #594
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Wait. I think you skipped "Gemini", which is an important one.
The order on the season eight DVDs was different to the airing order. For some reason they swapped around Gemini and Prometheus Unbound, and more reasonably they swapped around Citizen Joe and Threads so that they could keep the Reckoning two parter and Threads on the same disc, while just sticking Citizen Joe with the Moebius two parter on the last disc.
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Strange, my season 8 DVDs aren't like that at all. Gemini, Prometheus Unbound, Citizen Joe and Threads are in their proper spots, and the two parts of Reckoning are on seperate discs. Of course, I have the original release, the one which has the regular length (45 minutes) version of Threads as opposed to the longer one that originally aired. Does this make a difference?
But.. what order should I watch Babylon 5 in?

Watching Gemini now
DVD Order is fine for B5 proper, but, for Crusade...
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Old January 12 2013, 01:58 AM   #595
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I can't remember what I did with Crusade.. or whether it mattered. Just saying "Crusade" makes me want to do a rewatch though. But that's mainly because of the books.

Hey Crusade and Caprica should form a support group for one season spin off failures.

"My name is Caprica and I'm.. a dud. I admit I am powerless over the ratings."


Gemini: Did not see the ending coming. Though never a huge replicator fan it's a great relaunch of the storyline. A little disturbed at Carter's decisions. I could blame it on her getting Carter-R's hand stuck in her head but she made the decision to let Carter-R do that. What is it with people wanting to trust their Doppelgangers? Well Janeway didn't but it seems a common impulse to have extra sympathy just because someone looks like you. Even weirder if it's not alternative timeline/universe you but a machine!! I mean really Carter.. I'm kind of disappointed here. Is it that all your friends are males? Did some latent girlfriend gene get triggered and you lost your head when you saw Carter-R in that gorgeous coat? Pictured yourself out shopping with her?

And as to what O'Neill pictured..
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Old January 12 2013, 01:59 AM   #596
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Nothing beats the original order Firefly aired in. First episode was the last to air, oh my...
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Old January 12 2013, 03:14 AM   #597
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It's Good to be King: The "guango" is a custard apple. A cute episode though I prefer Maybourne a little more rogue. Can't wait to see what they do with the time device.
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Old January 12 2013, 03:54 AM   #598
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I can't remember what I did with Crusade.. or whether it mattered. Just saying "Crusade" makes me want to do a rewatch though. But that's mainly because of the books.

Hey Crusade and Caprica should form a support group for one season spin off failures.

"My name is Caprica and I'm.. a dud. I admit I am powerless over the ratings."
Damn, Girl...Break My Heart into tiny pieces AND STOMP ON THEM

I'd Join them

As far as Gemini goes, remember, it's been a while since Sam's seen the Doctor, and she's raising the child, so yea, I think if she glimpes a chance at a Sis-Mance with someone else, she might be vulnerable to the possibility
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Old January 12 2013, 06:23 AM   #599
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I got the original season 8 DVD's with the same order that Wormhole has, which went by the order they were aired.

The part I didn't like about It's Good to Be King is that Mayborne just didn't seem like a highly-trained, extremely dangerous, rogue intelligence operative in that episode. He seemed more like Gilligan or the Skipper, as if someone dropped the ball on his character continuity.

So decisions. Full Alert is probably next, and Citizen Joe could follow that (the air order) or follow Threads.

I like to watch Reckoning 1 & 2, Threads, and Mobius 1 & 2 in one big exciting lump, with lots of popcorn, but Citizen Joe could provide a breathing space (mostly a clip episode).
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Old January 12 2013, 06:31 AM   #600
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It's Good to be King: The "guango" is a custard apple. A cute episode though I prefer Maybourne a little more rogue. Can't wait to see what they do with the time device.
More like you can't wait to hear me bitch about what they did with the time device.
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