Emram wrote:Was it really necessary to post that five times, cadet?
You could have just typed it in capitals the once, if you wanted to get your point across!
Urpling wrote:"Eidolons, Jool, peace." Tongue. Ditto (sans tongue).
Stykera wrote:Urpling wrote:"Eidolons, Jool, peace." Tongue. Ditto (sans tongue).
That bugged me no end, funny though it was. It was characteristic of a general tendency during the miniseries for Stark's friends to dismiss him as an annoyance but tolerate him as a plot device.
It reminds me of my violent cat Wolfie, who tolerates my mother's Bichon Frise when I dogsit him only because he gets to beat him up and generally use him as a cat toy.
That's Stark: Chiana's cat toy.
iwtv wrote:I thought this was an interesting topic. I haven't really thought about it, but the PK Wars were very high on the pyro scale. NOT THAT IT CHANGES THE FACT THAT IT WAS FRELLING AWESOME. Personally I rather enjoyed the tension created by the scenes. I think that's bcz it *wasn't* subtle and *didn't* have underlying plots/themes: it was pure go-go-go; a refreshing change, if you will. And that's not to say there wasn't wonderful, calm and absolutely important scenes, like D'Argo and Chiana in space and D'Argo literally breathing life into Chiana. Nonetheless, the mini was definitely an adrenaline rush.
BritAngie wrote:Just found-if you post and it says "error" and mentions debug mode. Just do back then copy your post to you clipboard to save you tyoing it again if it is lost. Then go back again to the thread and refresh it and see if the original post did get through. Chances are it did and you won;t have to try again.
Emram wrote:Now that Stark has found peace, it means his character can go one of two ways. Either he won't feature in future Farscape, or he will be a key figure - finding peace may have taken him to the next level of his spiritual journey, whatever that may be (his version of the Delvian Seek).
Urpling wrote:I loved the hints at a fusion between TalynJohn and MoyaJohn with the recollections of the displaced Dreadnought from S3 and the wound on the left temple.
Urpling wrote:I prefer the more dynamic...adventurous camera work...but he had the creds, kudos, time and motivation to make it all happen. Brian longed to be back 'on the floor'. Who can begrudge him any of that?
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