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July 22nd, 2005

Friefly on SciFi channel! @ 07:35 pm

Current Mood: geeky geeky

Currently watching Firefly's premier on SciFi - the right one, not the one Fox aired first. Of course, in the first commercial break they mention Serenity coming to theaters soon. And during next week's episode (Friday 7p Eastern) they'll be featuring "the world premier of the new Serenity trailer."

W00t! Set yer DVRs, folks!

Edit: Caught the promo again, it actually says "world television premier" - so it might be the same trailer as the movie's website after all.

I got up way too early this afternoon, three-something. Wasn't really sleeping anyway, tossing and turning mostly, maybe dozing a half-hour here and there in between, finally just gave up on it and got up. Spent nearly four hours catching up on my Friends list, I was a couple of days' worth behind. Email's a lot further behind than that, but what else is new?

I'm gonna regret the lack of sleep at work tonight, but no way in Hell I'm sleeping through SciFi Friday. Time to get offline, grab a soda and a sock-in-progress, and enjoy the best TV night of the week.
 
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From:chelsearoad
Date:July 22nd, 2005 11:54 pm (UTC)

I Love Firefly

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It took me a while to see Preacher as a positive character--still in Buffyworld for the first episode or two...and it took about that long for the plot to warm up, for me to care about the characters...but then my husband and I were totally hooked.

We never saw the show on regular tv--Jeff bought me the show for Xmas, and so we never had to endure commercials or the agony of the show being cancelled.

There's something to be said for not being au courant.
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From:starsongky
Date:July 23rd, 2005 05:05 am (UTC)

Re: I Love Firefly

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I'm the other way around, saw Firefly before watching the last season of Buffy in reruns on FX. I kept expecting Preacher to pull a gun on her, or the First to turn into Zoe. :)

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