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View Poll Results: Just for fun, what is your favorite sci-fi television show? I admit,i'm quite the Stargate SG-1 fana
Star Trek:The Next Generation 5 26.32%
Star Trek (The Original) 1 5.26%
Stargate SG-1 2 10.53%
Stargate Atlantis 3 15.79%
The X-Files 3 15.79%
Battlestar Gallactica (That Original) 5 26.32%
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post #51 of 92 (permalink) Old 09-19-2005, 04:48 PM
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The movie 'Serenity' opens in a couple of weeks here.I understand it follows on from the(Firefly) TV show-anyone seen it?



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As far as Sci-fi movies go...man so many to choose from. I'm going to have to go with Jurrasic Park and Jurassic Park:The Lost World. The 3rd one was a joke that totally sucked. The story was ok but the computer graphics were too obvious and they didn't bother to get creative with the music. They killed the series.

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Ya see -- now I thought the second one sucked. The whole dinosaur rodeo thing left me hangin'......

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yes the 2nd one never was able to catch the magic of the first movie. The plot was somewhat confusing at first and some of the scenes could have been better as far as how they were played out. But overall it wasn't too bad. I'm sorry Ian Malcom (Jeff Goldbloom) is just assume "Hey um, if the adult sees its us once again with his baby isn't he going to be like, 'You!!' may be some angry recognition."

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I heard Star Trek: Voyager's Jeri Ryan's space suit was so tight she often fainted. And I thought the space suit "features" were part of the costume!

Could/would you resist her if she assimilated you?

Not a TV show, but:

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I heard Star Trek: Voyager's Jeri Ryan's space suit was so tight she often fainted. And I thought the space suit "features" were part of the costume!

Could/would you resist her if she assimilated you?

Not a TV show, but:

Final Fantasy animations
I played the final Fantasy games once, I couldn't take it. I'm sorry but turn based games can get on my nerves. Sometimes I find myself saying "Don't just stand there adn get hit stupid! move out of the way!"

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She was really an alien and we didn't know it!

No butt crack!

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That's just not right. I KNOW that Uhura (sp?) had a butt crack. It was a nifty little booty.
Really made me begin to appreciate communications officers, looking at that juicy boom-boom. I think Spock was giving her a little half human on the side.

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You can have Uhura -- I'll take the Vulcan. [:p]


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She was really an alien and we didn't know it!

No butt crack!

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That's just not right. I KNOW that Uhura (sp?) had a butt crack. It was a nifty little booty.
Really made me begin to appreciate communications officers, looking at that juicy boom-boom. I think Spock was giving her a little half human on the side.

I'm appalled that this topic has lived so long.
I heard that Uhuru means, "Peace" in Swahili. I wonder if it also means, "Piece."

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