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.TID: FastEcho 1.42.b9 8060
S "But I'm getting disenchanted with that universe.  It is really
S "getting sloppy and badly written.  In an earlier episode, Janeway
S "warned the race of monumentally ugly phage victims to lay off her
S "crew.  So, what happens?  They are at it again a couple of weeks ago.
S "What does she do?  Nothing, beyond grabbing her people and
S "hightailing it out of there.

I'm getting more and more disenchanted with STV, too, but not for the
same reasons. I simply found the last few episodes to be rehashes of
previous stories, like "Faces", which is a blatant rehash of the ST:TOS
episode "The Enemy Within". "Jetrell" was so dull and boring, it
reminded me of a public service announcement. Finally, bloated
technobabble in "Learning Curve" was countered with totally predictable
cadet indoctrination. These writers really need the summer off! :-)

--- CMPQwk 1.42-R2 #145 ---
Confuse the world... smile all day Monday!

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 Msg  : 123 of 384
 From : Frank Eva                           1:154/750       . 26 . 95 08:08
 To   : Frank Swarbrick
 Subj : B5 TALK

.TID: FastEcho 1.42.b9 8060
FS "he's not in every episode, but than neither should Mira Furlan
FS "(Delenn).  In fact, she's probably my least favorite character.

She used to be one of my favorites, before she underwent the "change"...

--- CMPQwk 1.42-R2 #145 ---
OK, I'm weird! But I'm saving up to be eccentric.

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 Msg  : 124 of 384
 From : Frank Eva                           1:154/750       . 26 . 95 08:08
 To   : Robert Lidgren
 Subj : White Dwarf

.TID: FastEcho 1.42.b9 8060
RL "Okay, Francis Ford Coppola's name is an instant draw for me.  Now I
RL "see that a TV Movie called White Dwarf is on its way.  So far I've
RL "only been able to glean
RL "tidbits about the film from the promos.  Has anyone else come across
RL "any further information they might share here??

Yeah, it was very difficult to follow, and kind of boring... He should
change his name to Crappola... :-)

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 Msg  : 125 of 384
 From : VINCENT MCCONNELL                   1:2601/574      . 26 . 95 12:11
 To   : JEFF KOVACH
 Subj : Sliders Continuity

--+:Jeff Kovach spake thusly:+-

 JK> Seeing that FOX announced that they cancelled the show, is it possible
 JK> that someone else picked it up or that it might go into syndication?

When'd they announce this and where?

... "Bother," said Pooh, as all the women sniffed.
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 From : Karmin St.Jean                      1:321/325       . 26 . 95 17:25
 To   : Dave Whittier
 Subj : Lotterys In The Mail

Well, actually, you have to give the Vulcan Neck Pinch over a fax
machine. Beating the living daylights out of a post office box
(especially someone else's) is illegal, however it is not against the
law to give someone's post office box number to all the junk mail
senders in the world!

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 Msg  : 127 of 384
 From : Starwolf                            1:163/214       . 26 . 95 19:24
 To   : Demian Katz
 Subj : Re: Earth 2/So Long


DK>Earth 2 will be missed...  It's my second favorite sci-fi show ever,

That it had potential, there was no doubt.  But it went to the other
extreme from the usual "cosmic events resolved in one, fourty-five
minute episode" and dragged things out waayy to long.  It would have
made a terrific two-part film, two hours each, but a whole season of
this drawn-out story ... no.

 * SLMR 2.1a * "Conserve material:  wear a mini-skirt today!"

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 From : Starwolf                            1:163/214       . 26 . 95 19:30
 To   : Denis Lamy
 Subj : Purpose of ST-DSN & ST-V


DL>But when ST-DSN and ST-V start, we only get some kind of elevator music,
DL>no message, no word, nothing.

What would you say?  As far as DEEP-SIXED NINE is concerned, they're
just a customs shed for the Wormhole.  Kinda hard to give it a noble
sense of purpose.  And for VOYAGER, you'd have the problem of telling
the story, without making it sound like LOST IN SPACE all over again.
Which, come to think of it, it is.

DL> * VbReader 2.22 #67 * Tact: decrire les autres comme il se voit eux-meme.

Bien dit!


 * SLMR 2.1a * Politically Correct Zone:  no thinking allowed.

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 From : Skip Shayotovich                    1:161/42        . 26 . 95 20:22
 To   : Jeff Kovach
 Subj : SLIDERS SEASON FINALE

 = A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away, Jeff said: =

 JK> Or the idiots could cancel the show, like I read in this morning's
 JK> paper.

     That's what I read too... cancelled, but not dead.  It MIGHT show
up as a mid-season replacement.  For PARTY OF FIVE no doubt (one could
only hope).

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 From : Skip Shayotovich                    1:161/42        . 26 . 95 20:23
 To   : Jack Butler
 Subj : SLIDERS-LUCK OF THE DRAW

 = A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away, Jack said: =

 FS> Question is now, will it be picked up in the fall?

 JB> So far, all indications are good.

     Oh ya?  Where did you read this, cause I read in my newspaper
that it, along with VR5, had been canceled.  It wasn't dead though...
it MIGHT show up a mid-season replacement.

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 Msg  : 131 of 384
 From : Starwolf                            1:163/214       . 27 . 95 00:37
 To   : Chris Carter
 Subj : B5 Baseball


CC>Garibaldi, wearing civvies, is followed closely by Ambassador Kosh
CC>and Lennier into Babylon 5's baseball park.

I wondered about that.  In the opening film, you've got the captain
commenting to Deleen that it was real tricky, what with the huge space
needed for life support and other essential functions, to have this
teeny, tiny space set aside for a Zen garden.

But they had the room to spare for a baseball diamond???

Must have been written by a baseball fan.

 * SLMR 2.1a * "Opposites attract.  Example:  LONG hair and SHORT skirt"

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 Msg  : 132 of 384
 From : VINCENT MCCONNELL                   1:2601/574      . 27 . 95 01:38
 To   : MARK JONES
 Subj : Star Wars

--+:Mark Jones spake thusly:+-

First off, I have yet to see any official quotes from Lucas/Lucasfilm/Lucasart
saying any other date but 97 for the remakes of the old movies and "soon
thereafter" for 1-3.  This discussion is based on rumor and fan speculation
which turned into "good sources" about the new movies, and has been going
on for years now.  Lucas/Film/Arts has released several statements actually
confirming this one.

 MJ> ...because he's out of ideas.  He has no clue what to do next, and
 MJ> is "vamping" desperately, hoping to come up with something.  (People
 MJ> have been hearing this "any day now" stuff for nearly twenty years.
 MJ> It would be embarrassing to admit that the well is dry.)

If Lucas were out of ideas he would get someone to write them for him.  It's
that simple.  He has NOT been delaying these films, because there have
been no official releases before the 1998 one.  And the fact remains that
if he were out of ideas... someone else would write them.

 MJ> ...because he doesn't *want* to do it, but can't find a way to
 MJ> gracefully back out of it.  (People have been hearing this "any day
 MJ> now" stuff for nearly twenty years.  It would be embarrassing to admit
 MJ> that he just doesn't want to do it.)

If he didn't want to do them he would not.  People have been hearing BS
for years now, and until it was confirmed they never actually *expected*
anything.  If he didn't want to do them it would have been oh-so-easy
to have done just that.

 MJ> ...because keeping the hope alive helps fan the flames, selling
 MJ> videos, toys, games and whatnot to all the fans who continue to slaver
 MJ> for more; i.e., pure cynical profiteering.

The SW re-hype has been doing well enough without hope of a new movie in
1998/99.  The fact is, not many read SW Insider, and the merchandise
is just appealing in itself to a crowd.


... "Mia ayende, Aes Sedai" - Mat Cauthon
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 Msg  : 133 of 384
 From : Pamela Crossett                     1:325/118       . 27 . 95 01:51
 To   : Jack Butler
 Subj : Highlander


 JB> All the information I have says she is gone like Banquo.

God I hate to sound illiterate, but then I hated almost all of
Shakespeare's tragedies. So just how did Banquo disappear?

 JB>  I don't know about you, but every rushed relationship I have ever
 JB> been party to falls apart fairly quickly.

Well, perhaps I am extremely unusual but I rushed into my only two
relationships - and the first lasted over 2 1/2 years and the second is
still going on, almost 7 years now.

Of course, I will admit that the majority of "rushed relationships" do
seem to bite the dust, as statistics bear out. But statistics are only
numbers, and by their very nature they indicate that if 90% fail, then 10%
DON'T - or if they average only 3 or 4 months, then for everyone that last
one night, there are those that last 4 or 5 years.

About how long, chronologically, would you estimate Duncan and Anne's went
on (for it's abysmally short period) anyway?

 JB> talks with Sheena Easton have broken down for the forseeable future.
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