God....I haven't seen that episode in yearsBandit LOAF said:Ever go back to watch the X-Files pilot? You get really embarassed when you get to the scene where Scully is walking around in her underwear. Battlestar Galactica is like a whole show of just that scene.
You forgot to mention him dancing around on that street, screaming "oh, yes" or something along those lines.LeHah said:Or him spray-painting the big pink 'X' on some street because his car stalls?
Yeah, later on in the episode he's running out in the rain like a crazy. It's so over the top, you can't help but like it.Quarto said:You forgot to mention him dancing around on that street, screaming "oh, yes" or something along those lines.
Episode 2 - Deep Throat. (Over the years, I've grown distasteful for the "mythos" episodes on the series - they started getting convoluted when they had dead aliens in boxcars burried on Native American territory - but some of the epiodes were really strong, like Little Green Men, Deep Throat and The Erlenmeyer Flask, which ended Season 1.)TopGun said:Talking about X-Files, did you see the episode with Seth Green in it?
Conrad said:Battlestar galactica is by no means the greatest thing to happen to sci fi since Star Trek first aired in the 60s.
I have enjoyed the show reguardless and in that sense its a breath of fresh air as my interest in scifi in general was hitting an all time low
Absolutley, I couldn't agree more. I'll admit there have been times when I've spoken out against Babylon 5 or Buffy (infact watchers of these shows disturb and confuse me) but at the end of it all I'd rather be watching the shows I do enjoy than arguing about it.TopGun said:Yeah at the end of the day people can watch what they want to. People should not try to make people not watch a show, just because they dont like it
Why are people asking about Stargate when they should be asking Davis where in the hell are my Twin Peaks Season 2 DVDs.Pedro said:...were from Don S. Davis at the first stargate convention I attended and there was no disagreement from Teryl Rothery