- Feb 18, 2009
I don't understand the cult following this show has, I've only seen a couple of episodes but the acting is so poor it makes it seem really cheap and lame.
Also, considering what happened in the movie was meant to be some of the plot points in the next series, I prefer that it ended where it did. I love it how it is and how it was even though it was a damned shame it got cancelled.THEAFRONINJA said:
I'm sorry, but, what? I'm from the American South, and no, we don't view it that way. An no, it wasn't just about slavery. Sure, it was part of it, but it wasn't nearly as big of a part of it as people make it seem.BobDobolina said:What if the Civil War hadn't been fought over anything icky and hard-to-defend like slavery, but over something more noble-sounding like "independence," and the South had been the morally upright victims of aggression all the way*?[/i]
Sure, we'll call them the... uhhhh, "Independents." Or "Browncoats" for the actual soldiers, it might be too obvious to have them wear grey.
(* Note this is made extra-uncomfortable by the fact that a good part of the real-life American South fantasizes to this day that this is what actually happened.)
I didn't vote, because I think Firefly was damned near perfect as it was, especially after Serenity (not that they tied up all their loose endsShepard), as well as Joss Whedon's best. His two longest running shows, Buffy and Angel, were his two weakest. So when it ended I wanted it to keep on going, but I'm happy with the way it turned out.deathdealer69 said:Don't know if this has been discussed before but hey. So what do u all think about what happened.