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I thought Caprica was exponentially better than the new BSG. Where did that get me? Six episodes, and then a big nothing.

Why have you only seen six? They made and broadcast eighteen (including the pilot movie).

Having said that, I still haven't seen the second half of the series myself. Never got round to it.

Qadira

Werthead wrote:
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I thought Caprica was exponentially better than the new BSG. Where did that get me? Six episodes, and then a big nothing.

Why have you only seen six? They made and broadcast eighteen (including the pilot movie).

Having said that, I still haven't seen the second half of the series myself. Never got round to it.

Sorry, nine episodes. And only the first nine, including the pilot, were broadcast in the U.S. I've heard the others supposedly made it to DVD, but I haven't seen them.


38. Build up and Build up and Build up to a whole mess of "That's It?" Lost and L. Ron Hubbard's Mission: Earth series and novel, Battlefield Earth (to say nothing of the Gawdawful movie adaption of the latter), I'm looking in your directions.


39. Finish what you start. Don't leave your viewers hanging. If you're not sure of good ratings, tie up your loose ends before you go. Anyone remember John Doe, Surface, Invasion or Threshold, among others?


40. To go with 38 above - Overhype. A new show/ miniseries/ movie is coming up. Every commercial break mentions it, you squash the closing credits of every show to mention it, you put some huge banner on the bottom of the screen during other shows to push it. The day after it airs, it forgotten and you start pushing the next one.

Lantern Lodge

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yellowdingo wrote:
JMD031 wrote:

11. Easy solutions to overcoming the adversity.

"The aliens' weakness is water!"

27. Aliens capable of crossing interstellar distances being vulnerable to human technology...I mean really - One neutron bomb and its over for humanity.

Poster really does not understand exactly what a neutron bomb is, and why it can't do what he thinks it does. Or more to the point, why an invading force wouldn't use such a device.


LazarX wrote:
yellowdingo wrote:
JMD031 wrote:

11. Easy solutions to overcoming the adversity.

"The aliens' weakness is water!"

27. Aliens capable of crossing interstellar distances being vulnerable to human technology...I mean really - One neutron bomb and its over for humanity.

Poster really does not understand exactly what a neutron bomb is, and why it can't do what he thinks it does. Or more to the point, why an invading force wouldn't use such a device.

While there may be many reasons why an invading alien force would not use such devices, there are also reasons why they would. (It would, of course, take more than one. Unless they had a reason for using one really big one for wiping out all living organisms, such as terraforming the entire planet to their own specifications.) The reasons that they would be attractive to an alien force are the same reasons that they were banned by every government.


41. This thread? ;)

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