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  • LtColCarter
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    Originally posted by Phinguyver View Post
    FRAK!!!

    I'm sure 'Dancing With Politicians' or something equally awesome will be a great replacement. [email protected]#$%^&*(*&^%$#@$%^&*^&%$#@#$%^!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    ROFL...Dancing With Politicians....

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  • Phinguyver
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    FRAK!!!

    I'm sure 'Dancing With Politicians' or something equally awesome will be a great replacement. [email protected]#$%^&*(*&^%$#@$%^&*^&%$#@#$%^!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  • LtColCarter
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    Originally posted by retiredat44 View Post
    the stupid kids in the show, teenagers that made Wesley Crusher cringe.. killed it, people got very sick when they saw those little brats running amuk...
    I like how people give summary judgements when it's obvious that they've only watched the first few episodes...

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  • Blencathra
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    Originally posted by Varifold View Post
    How exactly is SciFi not dying? Are there any interesting, inspiring, tv-shows either planned or airing? Most shows sold as SciFi are going to be about some esoteric vampire-esque between-heaven-and-hell nonsense. Terra Nova is the only one left, and it's already very soft and feminine SciFi. Granted "interesting" and "inspiring" are subjective terms, but nobody can deny that shows like Star Trek and Stargate SG-1 have shaped the world as we know it today, by inspiring many young men to go into science. I don't see this happening for the future with the current shows running.
    Doctor Who.

    Originally posted by retiredat44 View Post
    the stupid kids in the show, teenagers that made Wesley Crusher cringe.. killed it, people got very sick when they saw those little brats running amuk...
    This is what put me right off. As soon as I realised I desperately wanted the dinosaurs to eat the annoying brats I knew this wasn't for me.

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  • LtColCarter
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    Originally posted by Morbo View Post
    the problem is should have been nothing like Lost.
    it didn't need an over-arcing mystery. It should have been an adventure show of humans struggling to survive 85 million years ago in a time that they knew nothing about.

    AND HAVE DINOSAURS IN IT EATING PEOPLE AND BEING AWESOME
    Ahhh...if I only had a penny....

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  • Coco Pops
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    Originally posted by retiredat44 View Post
    the stupid kids in the show, teenagers that made Wesley Crusher cringe.. killed it, people got very sick when they saw those little brats running amuk...
    Don't forget the "spider song" episode

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  • Morbo
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    you could barely call the show sci-fi it had so few sci-fi elements in it.

    portal, ok.
    85 million years ago, maybe. after all it's just a time, and still on earth.
    dinosaurs. wait, were there dinosaurs in this show?

    it was an angsty family drama with poor writing, and stupid kid-ish characters.

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  • retiredat44
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    the stupid kids in the show, teenagers that made Wesley Crusher cringe.. killed it, people got very sick when they saw those little brats running amuk...

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  • Coco Pops
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    Originally posted by Varifold View Post
    How exactly is SciFi not dying? Are there any interesting, inspiring, tv-shows either planned or airing? Most shows sold as SciFi are going to be about some esoteric vampire-esque between-heaven-and-hell nonsense. Terra Nova is the only one left, and it's already very soft and feminine SciFi. Granted "interesting" and "inspiring" are subjective terms, but nobody can deny that shows like Star Trek and Stargate SG-1 have shaped the world as we know it today, by inspiring many young men to go into science. I don't see this happening for the future with the current shows running.

    Actually yeah when you put it that way I agree.

    Maybe TPTB want a nice world where the people are sheep and don't aspire to anything. Consumerism rules the day and guess what we became the real life Idiocracy

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  • Varifold
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    Originally posted by Coco Pops View Post
    People get so hysterical. Reading on various blogs and sites people are calling this the death of scifi on TV
    How exactly is SciFi not dying? Are there any interesting, inspiring, tv-shows either planned or airing? Most shows sold as SciFi are going to be about some esoteric vampire-esque between-heaven-and-hell nonsense. Terra Nova is the only one left, and it's already very soft and feminine SciFi. Granted "interesting" and "inspiring" are subjective terms, but nobody can deny that shows like Star Trek and Stargate SG-1 have shaped the world as we know it today, by inspiring many young men to go into science. I don't see this happening for the future with the current shows running.

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  • Coco Pops
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    Originally posted by jelgate View Post
    Well fans and overreaction go together like peanut butter and jelly
    Sad but true

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  • jelgate
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    Well fans and overreaction go together like peanut butter and jelly

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  • Coco Pops
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    People get so hysterical. Reading on various blogs and sites people are calling this the death of scifi on TV

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  • the fifth man
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    My wife and I really enjoyed Season 1. It is a real shame it won't get a second season. Another one bites the dust.

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  • Gen. Chris
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    The question is, can another network afford the show, and if not, could the show afford a smaller budget if a network is willing?

    I heard that the show was terribly expensive for a first season...

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