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Desc:It's twins!
Category:Classic TV Clips, Pets & Animals
Tags:v, Reptoids, the miracle of birth, miniseries, V the Final Battle
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I have a theory that this show planted the seeds of the vore fetish into the sad minds of an entire generation of isolated boys.
Which precedes the other? Crazy reptilian alien conspiracy theories or this show?
This show, by almost a decade before David Icke went all reptiles in our butts nuts.

That guy
Michael Ironside was awesome in V, he should have stormed in and stomped those two mutants babies, even if one of them actually ends up saving the world in the end.
Oscar Wildcat
Hey, that's the fucker that shot JR!
Mother Lumper
You know that snake tongue baby made a whole bunch of older women desperately pray after they saw that back when it originally aired.
Rodents of Unusual Size
This miniseries was fucking great and its one of my childhood favorites.

The new series was horrible. Morena Baccarin couldn't pull off the villain role and just lost the whole fun vibe the of the original. I also love how the mother kills her baby alien daddy because he didn't tell her about being a reptile and she wanted to test the alien smallpox on him.

Which was really badass when you compare it to the new series, considering that the older series was pro alien reptile genocide.
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