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Simon Wardley #EEA
X : What do you think is the better Sci Fi? Star Trek, Star Wars or Dr Who? Me : Firefly. Always was, always will be. Nothing comes close.
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matt vogt Jan 26
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Serenity is a required annual viewing
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Tim Wood Jan 26
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Small screen- Farscape, the later Battlestar. But, I've been digging on the Expanse also. Big screen- 5th Element. Books- the classics- Moon is a Hash Mistress, Foundation and the like
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Pablo Bermejo Jan 26
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I cant believe I agree with you on this one also
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Sharmarke Aden Jan 26
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Sorry Simon but nothing comes close to Star Trek Generations and the leadership of Jean-Luc Picard.
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Nash Jan 26
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Hear hear!
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Simon Wardley #EEA Jan 26
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Quantum physics, listens to the crew, outwits the Borg or Picard? Janeway leaves Jean-Luc far behind ... all the way to delta quadrant :-) Still, no match for Firefly.
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Stuart Hardman Jan 26
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BSG remake was cool, littered with FireFly easter eggs. FF was great too. B5 for the longest storyline. Dune for the big screen.
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adrian cockcroft Jan 26
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Red Dwarf is the most realistic, clueless bozos adrift in space with the bored spaceship computer toying with them.
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Tim Wood Jan 26
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SiFi's Dune is better
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Darryl Cauldwell Jan 26
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Cluelessness possibly the most humanly but unexplainable attribute we all are. +1 Red Dwarf
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Missy Young Jan 26
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Matt Baker Jan 26
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šŸ‘
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John Evdemon Jan 26
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Firefly was great but got should also check out Babylon 5 and The Expanse. The Orville is also fun if you liked TNG.
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Richard West Jan 26
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Depends which category ā€¦ for Space Opera, Iā€™d say Babylon 5 :)
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Neil Procter Jan 26
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Firefly
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Henri van den Bulk Jan 26
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Fully agree as you need a cat in space..
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Rory Jan 26
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I knew there was a reason I followed you on here Simon. šŸ˜„
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Garth Gilmour Jan 26
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From this I can infer you never watched Blakes 7...
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Spooky democracy at a distance Jan 26
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Janeway will make you take that back.
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