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Old December 30 2012, 11:45 PM   #46
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Re: I miss Star Trek.

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I'd recommend Babylon 5 over Farscape. It has more emotional content. Then again didn't get that far into Farscape, maybe it has more as the series goes on. QUOTE]

but rest assured that Farscape has plenty of emotional content. The love story between Crichton and Aeryn is probably the most gripping love story in any scifi television series . . . ever.

(Full disclosure: I co-edited all the FARSCAPE novels and contributed to the official magazine. Don't have any professional connection to B5.)
Loved Farscape, and was blown away by John and Aeryn!

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Old December 31 2012, 12:01 AM   #47
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Re: I miss Star Trek.

I am an Atlantis fan.. I would probably agree with everyone's Atlantis bashing but I still love it. I love it not being set on Earth, I love the CITY!!! The Flying City!! and the view from the balconies. And of course you know who. And the colors, there's something about all that blue..

I've watched one season of Farscape and it has yet to grab me, I'm afraid it got shoved to the back burner in favor of SG:1. But it seems I am missing something. I do love Bab 5 very much, I think it's far superior to Trek and as I've said before if there was a Bab5BBS as active as this one I'd be there.

Lynx I can't stand all those alphabet procedural shows.. and I have never figured out the appeal after whatever the initial one was. That said I owe them a debt because they gave Stargate Atlantis an opportunity to do one of my favorite episodes ever, Vegas.
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Old December 31 2012, 12:03 AM   #48
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I think it's very unlikely that we're ever going to see the adventures of Captain Whatsisname of the Federation Starship USS Continuity boldly going where everyone has gone before.


Then everything is over!

No reason for life, love or anything. There's only one option left: To watch every episode of Stargate Universe and die of boredom.
Well, there's always DOCTOR WHO. That could keep you busy for decades!
I have yet to watch OriginalWho and it's a comforting thought that so very very much Who is still waiting for me
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Old December 31 2012, 12:08 AM   #49
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Re: I miss Star Trek.

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I'd recommend Babylon 5 over Farscape. It has more emotional content. Then again didn't get that far into Farscape, maybe it has more as the series goes on. QUOTE]

but rest assured that Farscape has plenty of emotional content. The love story between Crichton and Aeryn is probably the most gripping love story in any scifi television series . . . ever.

(Full disclosure: I co-edited all the FARSCAPE novels and contributed to the official magazine. Don't have any professional connection to B5.)
Loved Farscape, and was blown away by John and Aeryn!
Just to avoid confusion, the quoting is off here. I preached the gospel of Farscape in the above quote, not Jirin.
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