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Geek Legacy Podcast Episode 7

Posted on August 9, 2012 at 3:04 am by Justin Cavender

Geek Legacy returns for their weekly podcast. This week we discuss hot topics like The Avengers 2, Joss Whedon, He-Man, Mega Blocks, Elisabeth Shue, and going full worm. You NEVER go full worm. The night got a little intense when an Earthquake shook things up a bit. Both David and Randy had to duck and cover in order to survive the ordeal. No humans or animals were injured during the recording of this podcast. We hope you enjoy the show.

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    • Everyone is so wishy-washy on Firefly! I know Justin and Randy said they liked it, but it was such lukewarm praise.

      In defense of Firefly, it has a lot of personal significance for me. It was the only TV show that my ENTIRE family would sit down together and watch of their own free will. I think it's the only time in my memory when we were a united family unit. Not even on holidays did we all get along as well as when we watched Firefly those 11 times.

      As for the show itself, I can't think of a single scene or written word that I roll my eyes at in Firefly. I'm incredibly cynical and jaded when it comes to television, but Firefly is something that I can watch over and over, and somehow it never loses its appeal for me. I can still watch it ten years later and enjoy every minute of it.

      Is every episode a masterpiece? No, of course not. However, I think it still holds up, and it probably always will for me.

    • Edgyarmo

      I enjoy Firefly, but I'm not blown away. That would explain my lukewarm praise. I'm also the wrong person to ask because it's rare for me to LOVE anything sci-fi. It's always been such a meh genre for me. I will admit I've watched the series multiple times, and I purchased it the day it was released on dvd. I just never understood why people rank it so high on their list of favorites. Obviously, I understand where you are coming from though.

    • Snackbar

      I understand what you were saying Edgy. So many people put Firefly as the best show in the universe. It is hard to compare it to other classics because it only had 11/14 episodes. Where as a lot of shows have well over 100.

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