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Tube Bits for 08/14/2008

  • Louis Bayard over at Salon re-views The Wild, Wild West and calls it the 1960’s gayest show. Well, I don’t know about that, but I can understand how he could reach that conclusion after reading the article. Still, it has a kick-@$$ theme song.
  • Doc Artz ponders LOST‘s top 9 unanswered questions. All your favorites are here, including Mr. Four Toe Statue. Makes me sad that we have to wait till next year for season 5.
  • If you’re just dying to see what NBC’s Primetime Preview has to say about Ali Larter and Heroes (looks at John), then click on through!
  • Galactica.TV interviews Michael Rymer, the producer and director of the 2003 Battlestar Galactica mini-series. Plus season 4 finale thoughts.
  • Sci Fi Wire gives us 7 reasons why Fringe will rule. We’ll see if it can stand up to the ‘sure-to-be-constant’ nitpicking.
  • Michael Shanks (Daniel Jackson of Stargate SG-1 is joining fellow Sci Fi Channel alum Tricia Helfer on Burn Notice. Sweet.
  • IO9 has a ton of video clips for upcoming NBC series, including Chuck and Knight Rider, where K.I.T.T. acts like a Transformer.
  • Check out this crazy Toyota Prius commercial where we see an ‘orbital’ skydive. Cool!
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2 Comments on Tube Bits for 08/14/2008

  1. “Check out this crazy Toyota Prius commercial where we see an ‘orbital’ skydive. Cool!”

     

    You know, the only thing they would have needed to do so that the movie version of STARSHIP TROOPERS did not suck like a shop-vacc was have a scene where Rico did an orbit-to-surface drop much like what is showen here.

    Okay, maybe not the only thing. But it would have been one less foot-pound of suckage.

  2. David Farney // August 14, 2008 at 8:55 pm //

    Reminiscent of Heavy Metal’s “Soft Landing”. While this Prius vid is cool, I think I’d prefer the Corvette.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pHp7QdwAApA

     

     

     

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