Originally Posted by gwsat
I finally got around to watching this week's Dollhouse episode yesterday. I am ambivalent. Its plusses were its continued exposition of the conspiracy behind the Dollhouse and its very Whedonesque...
Originally Posted by mproper
How could a less action-oriented, less sfx, spin-off of a sci-fi show that struggled to find an audience on a channel that struggles to find audiences for every show not do well?
I want to know what happened on Kobol.
Yeah yeah, on Caprica they invented toasters, they rebelled, long war, toasters disappear for 40 years blah blah blah.
I want the backstory to start from where it happened the first time.
Originally Posted by JeffAHayes
Actually, not to be too "anal," but the closest known galaxy outside our own "Milky Way" is the Andromeda galaxy, at 2 Million Light Years away, so there is a point there about the...
Originally Posted by Jay_Davis
They also said this last "Earth" was a million light years away. Given we know
I caught that too. There are quite a few galaxies within a million light years. Tme Milky Way is only 100,000 ly...
Originally Posted by jason10mm
Come on guys, the ending is clear as day.
"Everything has happened before and will happen again!"
Black holes mean ONLY ONE THING to TV sci-fi writers and audiences, TIME TRAVEL. Thus we are...