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    I haven't watched Firefly yet, I always have it as a show I know I'd like but haven't seen.

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    in the first Stargate SG1 episode Carter looks at a dialing device and says 'it took us 10 years and three super computers to MacGyver a thing like this' the camera zooms on Richard Dean Anderson's face who looks at her and raises his eyebrow. very funny
    Haha, that's a good one.

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    ...Zombie chick priest? What show is this?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JuniperWoolf View Post
    I haven't watched Firefly yet, I always have it as a show I know I'd like but haven't seen.
    oh you should! you really should, it's just 14 episodes and they are so very very good!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Helga View Post
    oh you should! you really should, it's just 14 episodes and they are so very very good!
    Only fourteen episodes! I've heard Firefly fans lament the fact that the show was cancelled, but I didn't know it was cancelled so soon.
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    I keep hoping they'll do another movie. I know that won't happen but it makes me feel better to hold on to the fantasy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Idril View Post
    I keep hoping they'll do another movie. I know that won't happen but it makes me feel better to hold on to the fantasy.
    I know, I have heard people talk of more tv shows but I don't think that would ever work. a movie yes but I don't see it happening, maybe it will stay great cause they stopped on the top. But I have watched Castle and Fillion has grown... older.. anyway Jayne is my favorite and Baldwin doesn't change.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Helga View Post
    I know, I have heard people talk of more tv shows but I don't think that would ever work. a movie yes but I don't see it happening, maybe it will stay great cause they stopped on the top. But I have watched Castle and Fillion has grown... older.. anyway Jayne is my favorite and Baldwin doesn't change.
    Older and wider. . Have you ever seen the tv show, Chuck? Adam Baldwin has a major role...had a major role, the series is over now but the role of Casey had a a few shades of Jayne to it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Idril View Post
    Older and wider. . Have you ever seen the tv show, Chuck? Adam Baldwin has a major role...had a major role, the series is over now but the role of Casey had a a few shades of Jayne to it.
    Yes I enjoyed Chuck, Baldwin was very cool in it, a tough soldier guy. Oh and his guest role in Castle was very cool.

    oh the song about Jayne was so cool 'the hero of canton the man they call Jayne'
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    Quote Originally Posted by Helga View Post
    Yes I enjoyed Chuck, Baldwin was very cool in it, a tough soldier guy. Oh and his guest role in Castle was very cool.
    He was a great character. I'll miss that show. There is an old movie called My Bodyguard that features a ridiculously young Adam Baldwin. Check it out if you haven't already and if you can find it.

    And yes, The Ballad of Jayne is a classic.
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    Just watched the season 2 finale of Game of Thrones, man it was good! Damn good show, I haven't read the books yet, maybe I should find the time to do that.

    The scenes from the night-watch and Jon Snow were all shot here on the ice, I had no idea the ice looked so good on tv.
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    I just finished season five of 'Primeval' I do like that show. I loved Siddig in the last season. One great show, can't wait for more.

    Next show is either 'Terminator: the sarah connor chronicles' or 'Farscape'. I am also gonna start 'Red Dwarf'. So much to do!
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    I like peep show; absolutely hilarious. Other than that, Ren and Stimpy, Married with children, and Seinfeld.
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    For those Firefly/Serenity fans, check this out, it's pretty spectacular.

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/brickfr...th/7717701618/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Idril View Post
    For those Firefly/Serenity fans, check this out, it's pretty spectacular.

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/brickfr...th/7717701618/
    OOOHHH I want one!


    I was just checking out a few photos of Joss Whedons 'Much Ado About Nothing' I can't wait to see it!!!
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    My Favorite TV show of all time would have to be: Friends. I mean I can't get enough of it. I know I can always count on chandler to brighten up my day!
    I enjoy Fringe too, from time to time.
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    My favourites include Dead Like Me & Reaper. Both of which have sadly been cancelled now

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