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Annabelle 
Posted: 26-Mar-2004, 11:04 PM
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Who likes Sci-Fi? I noticed alot of us have the same interests and wondered does anyone else like science fiction?
I liked Star Wars. Not as crazy about the newer ones as much as the older ones.
I love Star Trek. Love the old ones, new generation and John Luc Picard.....o, yea! Love him! Now we have the new "Enterprise" and it's beginning to grow on me too.
I love Star Gate, it's one of my favorites! (we have it here on Monday's beginning at 6:00 til 11:00 of the re-runs) and then we have it on for 2 hours Friday nights. I am always watching it. Richard Dean Anderson cracks me up all of the time. His sarcastic dry humor makes me explode with laughter. And his timing, too much!
I really liked the Predator, both movies.

Some people I've met over the years do not like Sci-Fi at all.

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Posted: 27-Mar-2004, 12:48 AM
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I like "StarGate", the movie, not so much the series.

I used to watch the old ones of "Enterprise" and still like them.

STARWARS FOREVER!!!! My absolute fav! I love the three "old" episodes biggrin.gif , I also like "Episode 1" alot. smile.gif Don't think that "Episode 2" is as good... unsure.gif


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Posted: 27-Mar-2004, 01:21 AM
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I personally have some very fond memories of "Star Gate". And NO, not the Adult rated type either.

I have been a long time Trekie and love the Star Wars Movies. I use to watch Battlestar Galactica every week along with Buck Roger.

There is a program on Thursday Nights at 10:00 on the Sci-Fi Channel that I watch and that is Scare Tactics.

But over all my all time Favorite has to be X-Files.


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Posted: 27-Mar-2004, 03:04 AM
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I love pretty much anything at sci-fi. But Star Trek is my favorite, I'm a original trekie. I have been watching Star Trek since 1965 when it first came on.


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Posted: 27-Mar-2004, 07:45 AM
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I have been a sci fi fan most of my life, both book and film. I watch the stargate series now. This is the ONLY series I watch regularly. The thing I would observe over the years, is that Sci Fi has a hard time keeping up with scientific developments. biggrin.gif Many times truth is stranger than fiction.


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Posted: 27-Mar-2004, 10:03 AM
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QUOTE (kidclaymore @ Mar 27 2004, 03:04 AM)
I love pretty much anything at sci-fi. But Star Trek is my favorite, I'm a original trekie. I have been watching Star Trek since 1965 when it first came on.

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Posted: 27-Mar-2004, 10:08 AM
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I love GOOD scifi. About the fourth season of Star Trek NG, I started getting anoid by the bad writing. They tried to make up for this with big putty headed aliens. I got burned out on the Putty Heads. I prefer scifi where the tech is not the story, just part of the setting as far as when story is taking place. They don't need to spend $1,000,000 to come up with the salt shaker of the future. king.gif
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Posted: 27-Mar-2004, 10:57 AM
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QUOTE (peckery @ Mar 27 2004, 10:08 AM)
I prefer scifi where the tech is not the story, just part of the setting as far as when story is taking place. They don't need to spend $1,000,000 to come up with the salt shaker of the future. king.gif

Ahhh, a true Dr. Who fan!! We love watching all the old Dr. Who videos!

You guys haven't mentioned Babylon 5, yet, either. Another great show! Yep, we're die-hard Sci-Fi/Fantasy fans, too. laugh.gif

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Posted: 27-Mar-2004, 12:40 PM
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I never seemed to be able to get into Babylon series. And I'm having trouble watching the Andramedia series. Doesn't really interest me I guess.
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Posted: 27-Mar-2004, 01:04 PM
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B5 rocked! I still want to track down one of the only episodes I missed part of. It was just before Kash came out, of his suit the first time, Delenn is standing in a garden, it's lit as of at night... I missed the beginning of this episode, but it struck a chord with me just the same as a really good, sad song does.

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Think it's time to work on a legal collection of all the Star Trek movies. I've got one of them, and copies of some of the others. I was just quoting it to mom earlier.

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Posted: 27-Mar-2004, 07:31 PM
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My Son and I absolultly love "Spaceballs". My Wife on the other hand thinks that we are insane for liking it. wink.gif

But we think that "Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure" is Great too. It must be her. tongue.gif
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Posted: 27-Mar-2004, 09:01 PM
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I love Sci Fi!

Love:
Star Gate & SG1
Anything Trek, I too have watched it since the '60s. I have even been to conventions.
B5
Battlestar Gallactica, especially the new mini series. They're going to turn it into a new series, yay!!!
X-men
Honor Harrington novels
Miles Vorkosigan novels
Almost anything by Heinlein
Anything by Asimov (except the last Foundation novel)
Firefly, I hope they bring it back!
The list goes on and on...

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Posted: 28-Mar-2004, 12:50 AM
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Captain Kirk and Captain Jean Luc Pecard both were Shakespearian actors, One was very very Good and One was very very BAD. You decide.


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Posted: 28-Mar-2004, 08:30 AM
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I love Stargate and SG1. I like the X-men movies (and will even watch the cartoons with the kids biggrin.gif ). I used to watch a series called Mutant X that is similar to X-men, but the station around here stopped playing it. sad.gif I like the original 3 Star Wars movies, and I love Star Trek Next Generation and the ones after that. I don't much like the originals. I also loved X-Files...that one was the best. biggrin.gif cool.gif


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Posted: 28-Mar-2004, 09:12 AM
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