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Old November 2 2008, 07:26 AM   #16
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Re: Smith: 'Star Trek XI' Highlight Of Trek Film Series

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...during that strange teen soap period post-90210 and pre-Gossip Girl.
I protest! There is absolutely nothing strange about South of Nowhere.

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Old November 2 2008, 02:52 PM   #17
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Re: Smith: 'Star Trek XI' Highlight Of Trek Film Series

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...during that strange teen soap period post-90210 and pre-Gossip Girl.
I protest! There is absolutely nothing strange about South of Nowhere.

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So is "Nowhwere" slang for the navel? Cause south of that is a strange new world I'd love to watch these intrepid young ladies explore.

Hmmm...Jennifer Morrison, Zoe Saldana, Winona Ryder: maybe the guys who made this show should be entrusted with the new Star Trek film. It could be the first Trek movie to open in single-seat, coin-operated theatres.
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Old November 3 2008, 03:27 AM   #18
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Re: Smith: 'Star Trek XI' Highlight Of Trek Film Series

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I don't think I'd categorize Buffy as a soap.
If "Buffy" is a soap, then I'd rather see more soaps.
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Old November 3 2008, 03:51 AM   #19
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Re: Smith: 'Star Trek XI' Highlight Of Trek Film Series

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I don't think I'd categorize Buffy as a soap.
If "Buffy" is a soap, then I'd rather see more soaps.
Eeeeh. I never much cared for Buffy but Mad Men and The Sopranos and Batttlestar Galactica have all been dismissed by some as soaps and they are among the most critically praised shows ever. (They are also among my favorites.) Please don't take my calling Buffy a soap a denigration in itself.
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