episodes that are part of two different TV series

Discussion in 'TV & Media' started by Extrocomp, Apr 11, 2009.

  1. Zachary Smith

    Zachary Smith Vice Admiral Admiral

    Oct 29, 2001
    Lost somewhere in space
    You just don't want to mess with Dr. Zaius.
  2. Ríu ríu chíu

    Ríu ríu chíu Fleet Admiral Admiral

    May 10, 2005
    Mr. Laser Beam is in the visitor's bullpen
    Here's one that never actually happened:

    Don Bellisario wanted to do an episode of Quantum Leap where Sam leaps in as Thomas Magnum from Magnum, P.I.. But there was an episode earlier in the series where a character is seen watching that show on T.V.
  3. Extrocomp

    Extrocomp Captain Captain

    Jul 6, 2004
    You misunderstand my reason for starting this thread. It wasn't my "original crossover idea". My idea had nothing to do with crossovers. I wish to write a list of all the episodes, movies, novels, comics, reference books and video games in a franchise, kind of like this list here:
    Ideally, everything in the list should be arranged in order of release but there are some TV shows like Firefly that were shown in an order that doesn't make sense and were release on DVD in a different order. Unaired pilot episodes were never shown on TV at all. This is the reason for two of my recent threads:
    In these situations, using DVD order is preferrable. But DVD order can't be used if some episodes exist on more than one DVD collection. Therefore, there needs to be something special about a DVD collection for DVD order to supersedes airdate order. The DVD collection must have deleted scenes, or it must be a Blu-Ray collection. Either way works for Firefly. But if I find an episode that exists in two different DVD collections and BOTH of those collections have deleted scenes then this rule won't work and I'll have to think of a different rule.

    That's my original reason for this thread. Bizarre, isn't it?
  4. Trekker4747

    Trekker4747 Boldly going... Premium Member

    Jul 16, 2001
    Kansas City
    Very. :wtf:

    And this from a guy who rationalized that Boston Legal is in the same universe as Seinfeld.