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Old 06-19-2011, 05:19 PM  
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Old 08-08-2011, 08:54 PM   #121
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It's gotten better, I guess. I can't stop watching it for some reason.
It's ok, but there's always things that just make me go, "Come on." Like when they're evacuating the school and they're just sort of walking out- not really hurrying, just sort of meandering out. Why wouldn't their gear be ready all the time? Wouldn't you think they'd be ready to flee at a moment's notice?
And when Noah Wyle is driving the car up to the spaceship he has his headlights on. Would you do that? Wouldn't you put the headlights out of you're driving around at night in enemy territory? I know it's nitpicking but I can't help it.
I watched it, and just culdn't get past the fact that the aliens apparently didn't know where they were all this time until Ricky(?) told them.

I mean, come on, these have got to be the most incompetent dumbass aliens ever.

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Old 08-19-2011, 07:22 AM   #122
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I watched it, and just culdn't get past the fact that the aliens apparently didn't know where they were all this time until Ricky(?) told them.

I mean, come on, these have got to be the most incompetent dumbass aliens ever.

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The show started off pretty good, but by the end of the season it had become entirely too predictable and lame.
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Old 08-19-2011, 07:23 AM   #123
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Oh and if you DVR it and watch it with fast forwarding through the commercials, you can watch an episode in 20 minutes. The commercials are THAT bad.
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Old 08-19-2011, 07:26 AM   #124
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Oh and if you DVR it and watch it with fast forwarding through the commercials, you can watch an episode in 20 minutes. The commercials are THAT bad.
I fast forward through the scenes with the youngest son, too. It's just him pouting, or they use him to say some "little kid wisdom" that the grownups say, "Hey, you know, that's a good idea!" to.
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Old 08-19-2011, 04:34 PM   #125
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I actually thought the first episodes were all boring, but it actually got interesting starting with the episode before the finale. Still... I'm not sure if I'll watch next season- cliffhanger or no. But then again there hasn't been much else to watch lately.
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Old 08-19-2011, 04:46 PM   #126
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I actually thought the first episodes were all boring, but it actually got interesting starting with the episode before the finale. Still... I'm not sure if I'll watch next season- cliffhanger or no. But then again there hasn't been much else to watch lately.
That's basically how it was for me. The season started really poorly and got better towards the end. I'll probably watch, but there've been a bunch of shows this summer I've enjoyed. Eureka/Warehouse 13/Alphas Monday, White Collar/Covert Affairs Tuesday, Franklin & Bash Wednesday, Burn Notice/Suits and Louie/Wilfred Thursday, Haven Friday and Falling Skies, Boardwalk Empire (never watched season 1) and Breaking Bad on Sundays.

Wayyyyyy too much TV.
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Old 08-19-2011, 04:47 PM   #127
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I actually thought the first episodes were all boring, but it actually got interesting starting with the episode before the finale. Still... I'm not sure if I'll watch next season- cliffhanger or no. But then again there hasn't been much else to watch lately.
I know. I complain about the show, but I watch it, and now that it's done for the season I find myself thinking, "I wish there were more." I'm conflicted.
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Old 08-19-2011, 04:53 PM   #128
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This show is one of those I find myself watching because it is scifi. Generally in most series I watch there is someone you can connect with, this completely lacks that. Any number of them could die and it wouldn't effect how I feel about the show. The whole just getting on the ship thing felt a bit like the end of Lost, sort of an, "Why did I bother?", moment.
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Old 08-19-2011, 04:57 PM   #129
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This show is one of those I find myself watching because it is scifi.
Yeah. There's so little science fiction on television these days. And there's nothing really future oriented (this wasn't either...). I think I'd watch just about anything right now if it was set in space. The Real Housewives of Betelgeuse? Sure.
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Old 02-04-2012, 01:18 PM   #130
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Terry O'Quinn is finally getting off the island.

The Lost alum, who currently recurs on CBS' Hawaii Five-0, will join the cast of Falling Skies for a two-episode arc in Season 2, Entertainment Weekly reports.

TNT renews Falling Skies for second season

O'Quinn will portray a former history professor who mentored Tom (Noah Wyle), the professor-turned-resistance fighter who was last seen boarding an alien ship in hopes of saving his son.

Falling Skies, which averaged 6.9 million viewers on TNT in its first season, will return this summer.


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Old 02-05-2012, 09:36 AM   #131
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I wish this show would grow some ****ing balls. It is watchable, but has so much more potential.
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Old 02-06-2012, 09:14 AM   #132
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Yeah. There's so little science fiction on television these days. And there's nothing really future oriented (this wasn't either...). I think I'd watch just about anything right now if it was set in space. The Real Housewives of Betelgeuse? Sure.
No kidding. The science fiction genre is so dead, the dedicated channel changed its name to SyFy.
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Old 02-06-2012, 12:27 PM   #133
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No kidding. The science fiction genre is so dead, the dedicated channel changed its name to SyFy.
SyFy is 90% garbage movies. They cancelled Farscape so that they could make more piles of shit.


At least they did good on BSG.
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Old 02-06-2012, 12:38 PM   #134
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Unfortunately, science fiction is still niche. At least fantasy seems to be finally getting some play, so we're not completely drowning in medical shows, law shows, sitcoms and police procedurals.

Anyway, the problem with the future-based genre entertainment will continue to be the expense, and the apparent inability to get enough of an audience to offset the cost of sets and CGI. Although I would contend that audiences come from marketing more than anything. One of the beautiful things about science fiction (and fantasy) is that they can be anything you want them to be, meaning they should be able to draw any kind of audience they want. But people who don't know better (and this includes bean counters) only think of it in terms of space ships, explosions and aliens, and don't realize that science fiction can be anything from drama to mystery to horror to romance and any of a million other things. But no. They won't even try to get scifi on the air. We get Smash, instead.

Another, ancillary problem is that so much of science fiction is poorly written and poorly executed. Like syfy original movies. So people think of b-movies when they think science fiction, instead of stuff like Alien or 2001. Hopefully Promethius will hit big this summer and maybe spark some renewed interest in well-done science fiction with big ideas and epic scale.
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SyFy is 90% garbage movies. They cancelled Farscape so that they could make more piles of shit.


At least they did good on BSG.
For a while, they were doing alot of fantasy stuff, which I enjoy as much as I do science fiction (if not more).

However, it seems they have grown too fond of movies which feature washed up 80's singers and giant reptiles or fish.
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