|Shanghai Tippytap |
Between this and Starship Troopers, little Shanghai Tippytap loved the hell out of this garbage.
Oh, man! I used to watch this with my brother...this had the "nipple-necks", right?
We also watched a "space" show that had Antonio Sabato, Jr in it. What was that?
5 for silly nostalgia.
|Influence Device TIMR |
90s week is teaching me some hard lessons about life, love, and bad TV shows I never watched.
Can you have an answer before the question?
How many hours has Binro spent drinking alone this week?
Watching this with my dad was a sunday night tradition for awhile, as he loved shit like this and wing commander.
The series ended on the most "fuck you" cliffhanger imaginable.
I watched this with my father, it was fucking brilliant.
This show kicked ass. WWII in space.
I thought this was more "Battlestar Galactica" than "Firefly".
I was referring to the whole "short-lived scifi series that was on Fox" thing.
Wait a minute. How can you go "above" space, let alone "beyond" it? What kind of crack pipe physics is this show trying to push on our children?
The only thing I remember about this show was that someone stepped in alien shit and it made their boots all soft. And someone stole someone's strawberries in cream and got away with it. And in the last episode everyone died.
Well, not everyone.
Just the 90s' most non-stereotypical positive asian character.
With two of the more positive female characters MIA and presumed dead.
And the old mentor-archetype critically wounded and sent back to Earth, fate undetermined but grim.
And the two white guys drowning in a PTSD attack as the credits rolled.
Best finale ever. I love SAAB.
It confused me a bit, how they were infantry but also fighter pilots. Scripters, pick one or the other, please.
Infantry, commandos, fighter pilots, transport pilots, security guards.
This show was pretty terrible. Exosquad was actually a smarter show.
They were marine corps fighter pilots. And like today, marine corps fighter pilots sometimes have to go on ground combat missions.
"Every Marine is a rifleman."
Loved this show... sorta like "Forever War" meets "Baa Baa Black Sheep."
|Spike Jonez |
Due to the one episode of this show that I accidentally taped, I still to this day say "It's as easy as eatin' pancakes!" when I make pancakes for breakfast.
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