Firefly: The TV Series

For those of you who don’t know, Firefly was probably the best sci-fi series to ever grace network television. If you can’t accept that, then it was at least the best western to ever grace network television. Are you interested now? Firefly is an interesting, exciting, and humorous space-drama with a western flavor. And no, I don’t mean “western” as in “North America”, I mean “western” as in “cowboys, bars, and dusty plains”. Even Orson Scott Card agrees that Firefly is “the best space-opera sci-fi series ever on television.” Unfortunately, Firefly was cancelled before completing it’s first season. Why, you ask? I can offer no reason other than typical network stupidity. Fortunately, a movie is in the works, and you can still purchase Firefly – The Complete Series on DVD. Remember, some classics will never die.

4 thoughts on “Firefly: The TV Series

  1. Agreed, we got the entire series via netflix, watched it in under 3 days, I then bought the series off amazon… now I try and show at least one episode to people who havent heard about it (as it wasn’t exactly well advertised in the UK)

    I’m looking forward to the movie, but I hope it doesnt go over stuff we’ve already seen.

    In the meantime, I’m just gonna go take a cold shower while thinking about Jewel Straite 😛

  2. I don’t mind if the movie goes over scenes that we’ve already seen, though I’d rather see some new stuff too. Hopefully, if it does go over scenes that we’ve already seen, it’ll have that pristine, new-movie shine. Which episode is your favorite? Which one do you show to the people who haven’t heard about it?

  3. My favourite is Jaynestown, simply as Jayne is front and centre and such a great character

    The best ones to show people is the pilot (obviously, saves people asking question about who is who) and the Out of Gas episode, as it also gives a bit of back story on the cast and is such a great episode

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