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    Quote Originally Posted by Rajah View Post
    Yeah... what is the deal with Fortunato being so damned old?
    And what's the deal with Rajah being so damned agreeable? (She's never this agreeable!)
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    And what's the deal with Niffer remaining intact despite a lack of Trek respect?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    Groan. I watched Season #1 of TNG in college.

    I might have been born by the time TOS ended its initial run. (I forget what year that was.)

    What's the deal with me being so damned old?
    Heh. I remember Season 1 of the original Star Trek. I watched it off and on, but wasn't much impressed. It was kind of silly and made for the kiddies. Eventually I preferred to skip the show and go out and get drunk. I caught the rest of the episodes in later years in reruns. Never bothered with any of the newer versions of Star Trek.

    The last time I was genuinely interested in a scifi TV series was when Lost in Space was on TV. I watched that pretty religiously as a kid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FineLine View Post
    Heh. I remember Season 1 of the original Star Trek. I watched it off and on, but wasn't much impressed. It was kind of silly and made for the kiddies. Eventually I preferred to skip the show and go out and get drunk. I caught the rest of the shows in later years in reruns. Never bothered with any of the newer versions of Star Trek.

    The last time I was genuinely interested in a scifi TV series was when Lost in Space was on TV. I watched that pretty religiously as a kid.

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    Now, complaining about early Trek being lame was totally acceptable, until you admitted to watching and enjoying Lost in Space, which even makes early TOS camp look totally amazing.

    You have lost any initial respect I had for you.

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    What's the deal with this forum believing it is a bunch of trekkies.

    Star Trek at best, was mildly entertaining. After the original series, nah.

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    What's with Geoff always being a damned PoME with no respect for America, and particularly American Sci-Fi? Don't many of us appreciate British Sci-Fi?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wolf View Post
    Now, complaining about early Trek being lame was totally acceptable, until you admitted to watching and enjoying Lost in Space, which even makes early TOS camp look totally amazing.

    You have lost any initial respect I had for you.
    Lost in Space was age-appropriate for me at the time. I'm guessing that I was maybe 12 or 14 when I was watching Lost in Space (about the same age as the character Will).

    But Star Trek came along considerably later, I was older, and Star Trek was aimed at a younger demographic. It was just another corny new series on the air, and it wasn't a good fit for me.

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    What's with the forum-wide wankathon over Sci-Fi? :rolli:

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