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Category Archives: Television
Because I’ve met people like this. In all fandoms. I second the Cowboy Bebop recommendation, by the way. Definitely Cowboy Bebop. (H/T: Brad Torgersen)
Your move, Game of Thrones.
It took a while, but I finally had enough free time to fire up the DVR and watch Syfy’s Ascension. The idea of a generation starship secretly launched during the Kennedy administration to preserve humanity on another world in case … Continue reading
A proud descendant of the Lewis Morrisons of Dùn Èistean, I was still torn on the issue of Scottish independence. Fortunately, Groundskeeper Willie set me straight.
It’s a little-known fact that Yeoman Janice Rand from the original Star Trek series was the Chloe O’Brian of her day… Damn tears in the space-time continuum, always switching people in parallel universes…
EXT. – STREET CORNER – DAY A bad neighborhood, where TWEEKER and TWEEKETTE argue. TWEEKETTE: You’re holdin’ out on me! TWEEKER: I ain’t holdin’ nuthin’, bitch! A ratty car squeals to a stop at the curb beside them. TWEEKETTE: It’s … Continue reading
“An unexpected side effect of the rip in the space-time continuum, a young William Shatner sees his future self’s Director’s Cut of Star Trek V…”