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Saturday, April 8, 2006 6:41 AM

WHOOPS


Very hard question i know but i was wondering whats your fav episode or episodes?

Mines Bushwacked - Just for two reasons Wash because of the one bit when Zoe says were private people next thing you know Wash starts talking about Zoe's legs. And the other bit is when they try and quiz Jayne but he just sits there with his arms crossed and looks at the guy across the table cracks me up every time.



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Saturday, April 8, 2006 6:52 AM

EVILDINOSAUR


That's a tough one, for comedic value I'd prolly say "Our Mrs. Reynolds" and "Jaynestown" are right up there at the top.

Overall though I'd say it's "Objects in Space" there's just so much in that episode that you can analyze and try to find the meaning of. I also love seeing the world from River's point of view.

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Saturday, April 8, 2006 7:14 AM

ECGORDON

There's no place I can be since I found Serenity.


My favorite episode depends on which one I am watching at the time.

Seriously, for different reasons I would have to cite "Serenity" (the pilot), "Out of Gas" and "Objects in Space" as the three best. "Serenity" wins out most times simply because I feel it is the best intro to a television series ever produced. Generally, it takes four to five episodes to really get to know the characters and the situation, especially in an SF series. But Joss hit it out of the park on the first pitch with that one, no matter what FX says.




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Saturday, April 8, 2006 7:37 AM

NUCLEARDAY


Bushwhacked is always kind of a special episode for me. It's the first episode I caught back when it was on the air, so it served as my introduction to the 'verse.

By the time the BDM came, the only things I remembered was the opening scene with everyone playing around in the cargo bay, and the interrogation scene with Jayne (I still think that's just classic too :) But it was enough to make me go out and rent the DVD. And the rest, of course, is history.

Otherwise, they're all my favorite of course :) It's like picking a fave character...

Also, I've just realized that this is the first series I've watched where I actually know the names of the individual episodes ;p (And, sickeningly, can name them off in order.)



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Saturday, April 8, 2006 1:38 PM

CATHERA


Absolute favorite is "Out of Gas" because I love seeing how the crew got put together and you can't help but laugh how Zoe hated Wash there and then married him sometime later.

But truthfully I could watch them all at any time and not be bored. So much you want to know and only certain secrets revealed.

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Saturday, April 8, 2006 1:58 PM

MEGMAC


My fave episode is "Out of Gas" because I think it's a really beautiful episode. I loved seeing how Mal found his crew, and perhaps my fave scene in the series is the love-at-first-sight scene where Mal first sees Serenity.

I also especially love Jaynestown and Our Mrs Reynolds.

I would have ranked Bushwhacked as one of my "least" faves until I watched it again last week and realised some of my fave scenes are in it eg the interrogation scene esp. Wash's/Jayne's but also Kaylee reeling off mechanic-speak and one of Jayne's best lines, "he looked bigger when I couldn't see him"

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Sunday, April 9, 2006 2:17 PM

WISHUPONAWASH


Has to be Objects in Space. Just the best bit of television in along time. So much meaning, so much depth. I honestly didn't know what River was up to till it happened, but then I am abit simple

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Sunday, April 9, 2006 2:17 PM

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