Discussion in 'Science Fiction & Fantasy' started by dodge, Sep 7, 2018.
That's what the cats want you to think.
Why would cats want to lower themselves by changing into mere humans?
It's hard to open canned food with paws.
But that's why they domesticated us to serve them.
Yeah, once the shows come back Black Lightning will air in its slot because the Roswell reboot will be airing in BL's slot after The Flash, and Legends will return once Black Lightning's season is over.
Was I the only one who half-expected them to name drop the Joker in with the serial killers?
Thanks for the info. Here in Canuckland the distribution of these shows is across three different networks/Netflix and not all in broadcast order. Not a big deal except for the crossover.
If Batman's considered an urban legend, maybe the Joker is too. Or maybe Earth-1 Batman was just really good at stopping the Joker before he killed a lot of people.
Really can’t stand Gary. Almost as annoying as Felicity
I think gary is more annoying.
What a great episode!
I laught a couple of times alout which don't happen to me often.
That's part of his charm.
I have a question. Can the ship travel thorough space like a starship in "Star Trek" and if so why don't we see this more often? I was thinking that might be a fun idea to see next year on the show. Granted I don't know what is out there in deep space within the DC universe.
I love Gary.
We did see the Waverider do a bit of space travel in seasons 1 & 2. I don't quite remember the circumstances in season 1, but in season 2, we saw it in the episode about the Moon landing.
They took the ship out into space to fight time pirates in season one, and later Rip Hunter hauled a bomb into the sun at the very end of season one.
Not to mention rescuing Oliver & Co from the Dominators in the Invasion! crossover.
Heh. That's the episode that led me to bail on the series due to the nerdy reason of the depiction of seats in the lunar module. The mission commander and LM pilot stood during the lunar landing and ascent, restrained by harnesses. The only places to sit were on the floor or the ascent engine cover. Later missions also provided hammocks for sleeping.
My main reason for bailing was that I couldn't afford the time to watch four interconnected series (Arrow, Flash, Legends and Supergirl), particularly as there didn't seem to be an overall story arc for any individual series or, indeed, for the whole shebang. Perhaps I'm missing out but my remaining time on this planet is becoming more valuable to me doing other things spending it watching disposable rinse-and-repeat pablum.
Good for you.
Meanwhile, I'll be over here learning about the importance of cooperating, and the number 3, from DC's Puppets of Tomorrow.
Horses for courses - these series are certainly not aimed at the grumpy old fart demographic anyway. As one gets older, many things have to drop by the wayside to make time for shouting at clouds.
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