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Offline Storm

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Re:400 posts... and the Battle Royale!
« Reply #100 on: February 23, 2004, 09:37:06 AM »
it is such a core heavy science fiction material but ugh, hahaha to the point of bore me to death!

You shouldn't try Larry Niven then... I couldn't tell whether his book was science fiction or an algebra textbook  :P
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Re:400 posts... and the Battle Royale!
« Reply #101 on: February 25, 2004, 02:47:49 PM »
Well, vastly superior to all of them except Babylon 5, anyway. ;) (Which also had closure, planned closure, even.)
I don't recall any closure for Babylon 5, but that may be because the commercial tv-station that was broadcasting it cancelled it prematurely. In that time they had a nasty habit of cancelling tv-series in the middle of a set of episodes. >:(
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Re:400 posts... and the Battle Royale!
« Reply #102 on: February 25, 2004, 04:06:01 PM »
I don't recall any closure for Babylon 5, but that may be because the commercial tv-station that was broadcasting it cancelled it prematurely. In that time they had a nasty habit of cancelling tv-series in the middle of a set of episodes. >:(
* copycat takes a mental note to try and find Bab5 dvd-collections, but knows from experience mental notes deteriorate very fast.

Babylon 5 was planned to last for a 5 season storyline, and despite the ever-present threat of cancellation, it did manage to last five seasons and wrap up the story.

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