Musings of a TV Junkie Comments -


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snallygaster 8/14/2006 7:33:33 AM
I completely agree about the series title "Firefly" - it always seemed to be a needlessly confusing title for the series, which couldn't have helped the series' chance for survival (which was already stacked against it). Every time I've introduced this series to somebody new, I always go through this: "Why is it called Firefly?" "Because that's the class of their ship, Serenity" "Why didn't they just call it Serenity?" "Geez, I dunno..." Imagine the confusion if the various Star Trek series had been called Constitution, Galaxy, Intrepid, or NX.
qptimus 8/14/2006 7:58:29 AM
House and Holmes, Ever notice the number on Houses'building? Jeremy Brett is one of my earliest TV memories, they showed it on the CBC when I was kid and it scarred me for life, in a good way. Jeremy Brett is Holmes.
noblenonsense 8/14/2006 10:34:39 AM
Ahhhh Eureka. I have to say I look forward to it every Tuesday. Sci Fi makes my summer by not showing a HUGE array of reruns.
nikodemos 8/14/2006 11:00:03 AM
Its 221, Apartment B.
nikodemos 8/14/2006 11:10:22 AM
Also, in "Sherlock Holmes' Last Case" it is said that Sherlock is the (adopted) son of *Gregory* Holmes. But there are like 14 different versions of who his father really is. I keep waiting to meet Mycroft and Moriarty...
nikodemos 8/14/2006 11:26:43 AM
#13 - lister... Was he?! Wow, how could I have missed that!?
thelastonelives 8/14/2006 1:00:33 PM
Did any one realize that Hugh Laurie went from bone-head to genius when he crossed the pond, 'cause oh yeah he's a brit, and you can see him on another brilliant show Black Adder!


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