Discussion in 'Science Fiction & Fantasy' started by Jetfire, Aug 15, 2008.
The show needs to die.
Maybe you should just stop watching.
Sorry, it's just like a trainwreck, and I seem unable to divert my eyes
So that's your problem, then?
Unfortunately, yes. Thank Zod for Spurck's reviews
I just saw Laura Vandervoort answering some questions on a scifi current events show called The Circuit, and she said that she will be back in season 8 for a few episodes to tie up loose ends.
Have you ever seen an asshole teach a kid how to swim? Picking a four year old up by an ankle and a wrist and then tossing them into the deep end of the pool...
Sink or swim.
I can imagine Kara grabbing Clark by an ankle and a wrist and throwing him smack through the van Allen belt.
Orbital trajectory or Flight.
After she does that 6 or seven times, even Clark would figure out falling into the planet like a Starship piloted by that Troi woman hurts too much to continue as a hobby.
Plus after reentering the planet a few times, it should dispel any of that lingering acrophobia he has. Most acrophobes aren't really afraid of the heights, they're afraid of falling from the heights. He needs to learn he has nothing to fear from falling on a subconscious level. Something I'd have thought he learned a couple of seasons back when he stopped the nuke after "Lion-El" resurrected him.
I'm fine with her never being on the show again if it means I never have to hear the horrible mispronunciation of her name. It is Kar-Ra right, and not Care-Ra?
That was true. If Welling hadn't agreed to another season they were going to write Clark as heading to the Fortress for his training and the show would have centered on Kara.
Both pronunciations are accurate. Some people pronounce it Kar-Ra and others Care-Ra.
I think she is super hot
So do I.
And the French would call you Jock Bawah.
Lucy Lu's character was almost insane about the pronunciation of her name on Ally McBeal and who can forget Pulaski being a right (*&^ calling Data "Dahttar"?
Some one should have a word with the writers to bitchslap the actors.
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