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GREETINGS SPACE COWBOYS N GIRLS.
Thursday, January 11, 2007 3:53:35 AM
This is my first entry, duh. So I just figured I'd say HI. I just finished the short first season of FireFly and found it amazing. I think I will always be confused as to why the show was cancelled. It was brillantly done! I remember a while back when it first came out, I remember really wanting to watch it. Though due to how life can throw you some curveballs sometimes I did not have the pleasure. Though thanks to my roomate I got a hold of the season. I finished it last night and was sad. I would watch the movie tonight but my lover wants to take me out. SO that has a raincheck :)
The show is awsome in all aspects. It kept you guessing at the same time giveing you the juicey details. There was mystery, drama, romance, action and most of all beutiful girls. My favorite characters had to be Inara, Kaylie, Jayne and of course River. Shepard had his moments though. Inara was beutiful and I could relate to her. Her style was unique, it was her own. Elegant yet spry. Kaylie was instantly my favorite the moment I saw her. I was like "That would be me if I were on that ship!" She was very pretty but not beutiful, like me. She was sensual yet playful. She saw the light in anything dark. Jayne was a riot. I didn't much like him at the begining. I really thought he was going to do some real wrong to the crew, then he grew on me and I found him cute, silly, and just a guy who wanted everyone to THINK he was bad ass. Much like myself. River, she was the mystery, the real mystery. Though I belive we all know that already. My favorite part about her was that everything she said had something important to it and the crew did not even realize it. If it weren't for her they would have all died many times. She was beutiful in her own dangerous, adorable way. My favorite part with her on the show as when she sliced Jayne. I don't think there was a real point to that part other than to add some more drama to the show. It didn't have any specific reason to happen. The second most favorite but not the least was when she was in the cargo bay and she bent down to look at that small branch. The way her foot and face were in the shot at the same time. I could just picture exactly how she was standing and how most people don't normally have the ability to do such a thing. It was exotic and arousing at the same time.
Needless to say I loved the show and will always love it.
I am an artist so keep an eye on the Blue Sun Room for my artwork. Im about 40% finsihed with it. Just have to ink and color it.
Anyhow, Im at work, so I gotta go. LATERS!
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