Discussion in 'TV & Media' started by Trekker4747, Feb 4, 2014.
Ah, the age old question. The answer, of course, is "Yes, please".
Oh, the wife and I really enjoyed My Living Doll (hoping for another DVD set!). But yes, women's lib was on the other end of the galaxy from that show.
Oh, indeed. She had amazing legs. And that bathtub episode....
There's another one I never thought of. I'll have to go with Morticia, too.
Okay, Battle Angel Alita (Gally in the original Japanese) or Major Motoko Kusanagi?
What? Why is everyone staring at me?
Kusanagi's an ice queen, which of course makes it all the more intriguing.
On the other hand she's essentially a super-strong blow-up doll with a soul.
Oh, I should state I'm thinking of Gally/Alita as she was depicted in the orignal run of the manga, before Kishiro started writing "Last Order". In the more recent series of books, he reveals a plot twist that fundimentally changes the nature of the title character. As presented in the older books, there's a more "one to one" correlation between her and the Major. Like Motoko, she too is a meat brain housed within a robotic chassis.
Mmmm... No. Ginger. I'm sure of it now!
Mary Ann reminds me too much of my sister, and that would be just ... wrong ... on far too many levels.
Wilma > Betty
Monica > Rachel = Phoebe
Downtown Julie Brown > Julie Brown (Who remembers them? But I really loved "Just Say Julie")
Mary Jane Watson > Gwen Stacey
Wonder Woman > Super Girl
Sam > Dean (I'm gay, okay?)
Gwen over Mary Jane for me. Gwen was my first.
Mary Jane for me. Also, Betty (Even if she tends to be a bit nuts.) Veronica is wayyyyyyy too high-maintenance; hell say what you will about Ginger but at least she fairly quickly adapted and coped with life on the island. Veronica? I doubt she'd fair as well.
Of the "Friends" women? Rachel but only after the second or third season when her own status of being a high-maintenance rich girl toned down and she became more of a career woman who could make her own way. Phoebe was way too kooky and Monica way too OCD.
Betty over Wilma but that's a tough one since other than hair color they both look basically the same. Betty seemed to have the better personality of the two, though and more adaptable to things.
Yeoman Rand or Nurse Chapel?
Rand. Don't wanna piss off the Great Bird, after all...
I'll take Uhura, the other two would probably never sing just for me.
Though of course, there's this: http://www.trekbbs.com/showthread.php?t=35336
Uhura over all Trek women. She was a major crush for me back in the 60s.
In a similar vein:
Supergirl > Wonder Woman
Crystal > everybody
Supergirl > Wonder Woman
Catwoman > Supergirl
Batgirl (Barbara Gordon) > Catwoman
Check out Tina Louise in the first season of the original Dallas. Question answered.
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