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Old February 2 2013, 12:21 AM   #181
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Re: Sci-Fi TV Shows that you're pretty sure only you watched.

^You left out Planet Earth, the second pilot/revamp of Genesis II. And while Strange New World was a loose revamp of the same premise, it was done without Roddenberry's involvement.

I've seen GII/PE, but I've never seen Spectre.
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Old February 2 2013, 12:25 AM   #182
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Re: Sci-Fi TV Shows that you're pretty sure only you watched.

^Right, Planet Earth, from '74! -knew there was something wrong

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Spectre is the one Roddenberry-thing I kinda sorry I watched -even if it does have Majel Barrett in it.
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Old February 2 2013, 12:45 AM   #183
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Re: Sci-Fi TV Shows that you're pretty sure only you watched.

Everything Roddenberry produced for television after 1967 had Majel Barrett in it.
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Old February 2 2013, 12:46 AM   #184
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Re: Sci-Fi TV Shows that you're pretty sure only you watched.

^That's a fun piece of trivia -I'll have to remember that
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Old February 2 2013, 12:52 AM   #185
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^Right, Planet Earth, from '74! -knew there was something wrong

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Spectre is the one Roddenberry-thing I kinda sorry I watched -even if it does have Majel Barrett in it.
That's the one I liked best.
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Old February 2 2013, 04:45 AM   #186
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Re: Sci-Fi TV Shows that you're pretty sure only you watched.

There essa show on about 10 years ago with a middle aged guy who has a heart attack and wakes.up as his 17 year old self getting a second chance at life. ..anyone remember it? Cant think of the name
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Old February 2 2013, 05:14 AM   #187
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There essa show on about 10 years ago with a middle aged guy who has a heart attack and wakes.up as his 17 year old self getting a second chance at life. ..anyone remember it? Cant think of the name
I think it was The Do Over. If not, it might have been That Was Then.
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Old February 2 2013, 06:31 AM   #188
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and more recently... "Odyssey 5".
I was going to bring this one up too, since I didn't see it earlier, but there it is. I'm surprised it took until page 12 for someone to mention it. Manny Coto's gig before Enterprise, starring Peter Weller! I would have really liked to see this one continue, along with the previously-mentioned Dark Skies and Journeyman (and of course... Firefly).

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A show that made a big impression on me when I was a kid was Otherworld which ran for eight episodes during the winter/early spring of 1985. It was about a family that got transported through the Great Pyramid into what seemed to be a parallel universe. They end up as fugitives on the run on a strange and dangerous world which is divided up into dozens of different zones - each with different forms of government and ways of life.
Hey, I actually vaguely remember that one, now that you bring it up. I was young when this one was on... I wonder how it would hold up now? A lot of shows I enjoyed as a kid don't really stand the test of time...
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Old February 2 2013, 06:43 AM   #189
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and more recently... "Odyssey 5".
I was going to bring this one up too, since I didn't see it earlier, but there it is. I'm surprised it took until page 12 for someone to mention it. Manny Coto's gig before Enterprise, starring Peter Weller! I would have really liked to see this one continue, along with the previously-mentioned Dark Skies and Journeyman (and of course... Firefly).
I watched Journeyman when it originally aired, and caught a handful of episodes of Odyssey 5 when Syfy was briefly airing. I really liked Journeyman, and I'm pretty sure I liked O5, but TBH I don't really have any specific memories of O5.
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Old February 2 2013, 06:44 AM   #190
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Re: Sci-Fi TV Shows that you're pretty sure only you watched.

Since we're evidently allowing one-shot pilot episodes, did anybody else see Gerry Anderson's The Day After Tomorrow. As I recall, it was shown in my area of Kentucky during a week day afternoon, after school, confirmed by the wiki to be on NBC's Special Treat.
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Old February 2 2013, 06:50 AM   #191
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Yet another one comes to mind...Now and Again
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Old February 2 2013, 06:59 AM   #192
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That was another one my mom and I watched together and really enjoyed. It was the first time I saw Dennis Haysbert and Eric Close, who went on to be on other shows I really enjoyed.
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Old February 2 2013, 08:00 AM   #193
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A show that made a big impression on me when I was a kid was Otherworld which ran for eight episodes during the winter/early spring of 1985. It was about a family that got transported through the Great Pyramid into what seemed to be a parallel universe. They end up as fugitives on the run on a strange and dangerous world which is divided up into dozens of different zones - each with different forms of government and ways of life.
Hey, I actually vaguely remember that one, now that you bring it up. I was young when this one was on... I wonder how it would hold up now? A lot of shows I enjoyed as a kid don't really stand the test of time...
I watched it first run, it was pretty good. I recently got to rewatch the episode where the kids "invent" rock and roll in the current city-state they happen to be living in. It held up reasonably well. Looking back on it, it's very similar in style to first season Sliders.
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Old February 2 2013, 10:48 AM   #194
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^^ I remember that show. My main impressions were that the "Otherworld" was pretty mundane and the daughter was pretty cute.

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And a rotating movie type of show that included a cartoon version of Lost In Space
I think you mean this. with the Willy Mays movie being but one...

That's it! I guess there was only one episode produced, which explains why I can't remember it well.

It now reminds me, though, that around that time there was a Space Opera version of Josie and the Pussycats called... Josie and the Pussycats In Outer Space. Anyone remember that one?
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Old February 2 2013, 11:08 AM   #195
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Anyone mentioned Northstar?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A8Z4xpjmQ9A
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