RexTalionis: http://desli.de/MPXHere's the deslidified link. Although the list is crap because Star Trek TOS was #6, which is pretty much BS.
Honest Bender: A 50 page slideshow? PFFF. Fark off.
Happy Hours: Does anyone know where Ultraman came in?
Happy Hours: Ultraman didn't make the cut. I am outraged!1111111111111111!
funk_soul_bubby: I know a lot of people's beefs with Lost and I concur, but if you consider the impact of duping a lot of normally non-sci-fi people into watching a major prime time sci-fi show, the fact that it was easily top three visually pleasing to behold during the early HD era, among other things... It was huge. But again, depends on the methodology of how you rank.
NeoCortex42: And this gem in the description of SG-1: "More than 200 episodes is quite a run for a spin-off to a mediocre Roland Emmerich movie. "Mediocre? It had Kurt Russell kicking ass.
SuburbanSound: And Lake Bell's bells weren't too shabby either.
StrikitRich: Who in their right mind would put Star Trek: Voyager ahead of Space: 1999 or Space: Above and Beyond?
Mikey1969: Land of the LostGod, I miss Saturday morning TV. Now that kids can find cartoons anywhere, 24-hours a day, there's no reason to go out of your way, but when I was kid, we had it all... I particularly liked the Sid and Marty Kroft stuff, too. Bigfoot and Wildboy, Electra Woman and Dyna Girl, WonderBug, the original Ghostbusters(Predated the movie), Shazam, Isis, etc...And then there were the cartoons. ScoobyDoo, Dynomutt, Captain Caveman, Super Friends...Then they tricked you into learning with Schoolhouse Rock! and eating healthy with the 'Hanker for a hunk of cheese' guy...Of course now, kids are welcome to watch any cartoons they want, as long as they are some version of Japanese animation.
wiseolddude: The Time Tunnel
dittybopper: List fails without Quark:[upload.wikimedia.org image 300x400]
Happy Hours: I used to get up on Saturday mornings with only one thought in my head and that was to watch cartoons.
Nina_Hartley's_Ass: Voyage to the Bottom ot the Sea
Mikey1969: StrikitRich: Who in their right mind would put Star Trek: Voyager ahead of Space: 1999 or Space: Above and Beyond?I'm thinking that from the logistics involved, this is just a '50 Greatest' list, not a "50 Greatest, in order from best wort"(Or vice-versa).Nobody would really try to put something like this in order if they knew what was good for them.I remember Space: 1999, can't remember anything from it, but I remember that I really liked it.
Mikey1969: Happy Hours: I used to get up on Saturday mornings with only one thought in my head and that was to watch cartoons.And you used to be able to watch 'em till noon, or 1 o'clock. When I was in my 20's, the first thing I noticed is that they were over by 9 am or so, next thing was that they started putting on news shows. On a Saturday morning. For like 2-3 hours... Insane.
thecpt: the perfect anime, especially because it hasn't beenquite embraced by the American mainstream."Hi. I'll be your hipster douchebag reporter with a 50 page slideshow today."/great series though. Not sure it should top Cowboy Bebop
The DBS: I know it's kind lame, but I've been halfway addicted to Eureka on Netflix for the last couple of weeks. It kind of reminds me of Quantum Leap because it's obviously not serious.
Jim from Saint Paul: *Oh they haz the anime. Nice.*Caprica is higher then Knight Rider? PFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFT.*Ghost in the Shell: STC is overrated as all hell.*Max Hedroom is in fron of 25 other shows? BWAHAHAHAHAH*Sliders is above Babylon 5?*Evangelion is still awesome. That picture they have for it? Yeah, it's fan art. Not from the show.*DS9 is best trek.
Once and Future Lurker: Am I the only one who liked Earth 2 ?
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