Discussion in 'TV & Media' started by The Borgified Corpse, Mar 27, 2015.
Dora the Explorer and Carmen Sandiego find themselves on the island from LOST.
Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea - SeaQuest DSV
Gerry Anderson's UFO and X-Files.
Mulders reaction to being on Moonbase.
I always wanted a legit x files crossover with Fringe and not just the X Designation Easter egg.
I think at one point I had a complete Heroes Fringe X Files outline going back to WW2.
I have only seen up to the 5th season finale of x files, and tried to keep a "it's not really aliens" mindset until I couldnt anymore. Honestly I feel the show could have worked better with government experimenting on special people being the true secret conspiracy, what with clones, firestarter a, telepaths and shifters all being in the early seasons.
I really don't go for aliens outside of space opera lol.
"Hell's Kitchen" and "V" (1983) would make for a fun pairing... I mean, who doesn't want to have Gordon Ramsay for and/or as dinner?
That would actually be amusing
I'd like to see THE EXORCIST TWO-AND-A-HALF HERETIC HILL STREET in which Regan McNeil (Linda Blair) attacks Frank Furillo's precinct, beats the crap out of Belker and Renko, propositions LaRue, grabs Chief Daniels by the circulars, and turns Fay Furillo's head completely around before she (Regan) is defeated and exorcised by Howard Hunter and Norman Buntz. All the actors involved are still living, though some have retired. They wouldn't be that expensive. Do it!!!
Recently been feeling I’d love a BSG (2004) and Alien comic crossover. Bring in a Conestoga class against the Cylons!
Lou Grant and Hot Metal.
Cylons vs Xenomorphs.....
Then you'd lose Adama, because one of Edward Olmos's conditions for taking the role was that there couldn't be any "bug-eyed aliens," I get that xenomorphs don't have eyes, but it's probably the principle of the thing...
Star Trek TNG and Night Court. Maybe remake the 1996 "First Contact" into something even better:
See, Roz would nag them to death in a completely unexpected (but entertaining) way... and I'd give real money to have watched that, especially after Dan would chat one up only to be taken, only in a way he wasn't expecting... so would Bull.
Fringe and the Walking Dead. Imagine those two univereses colliding.
I was thinking of TNG meeting Frasier the other day.
Voyager and Frasier did do a crossover! And it's brilliant!
I'd love to see Sherlock Holmes team up with H.G Wells as they go on a globe-trotting time-travelling mystery.
Did they now? What happened?
It was during the Emmies, I believe, for the 30th Anniversary of Star Trek.
That was funny. I like it.
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