Slice of SciFi #260: Voice Mail Show

Run for it, Marty!

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  1. Locutus says

    The VM about Craig Ferguson’s Scottish robot was not being able to say it’s name like “That Scottish Play” – in reference to the theater superstition.

  2. says

    Locutus – AH! now I understand!

    CK – Yeah, I didn’t realize the logo is ALL OVER the beginning of the episodes. I usually just fast forward and obviously don’t pay that close of attention…. OH SHINY!

  3. Michael Mennenga says

    Don’t beat up Brian too much… It took me a moment to realize it as well.
    I think the big disconnect for us is that Stars has never really done a mini-series that got our attention before. I mean… Stars… Isn’t that the pay channel you get for subscribing to a REAL pay channel? ;-)

  4. ejdalise says

    Iron Man was one of the few movies I went to see on the big screen. I really liked it, and was planning on buying a copy (after an appropriate amount of time to allow for the various director/special/extended editions to shake out). Watching the rental when it came out changed my mind.

    The movie had a novelty factor that for me faded, thus making the second viewing kind of boring (not much action, too much time building suit 1 and too much time building suit 2).

    I’m hoping Iron Man 2 will be an improvement (i.e. has lasting power), as the number of movies I’m willing to re-watch is quite small, and I would love to add to that list.

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