Henry Turner: Episodes of Buck Rogers would need a lot of reworking to fit into any other genre.
Barricaded Gunman: Dadoo: Are you serious? Both had elements of cheesy future, but BSG still holds up pretty well. BSG had limited quantities of Boxy and Muffit while there was no avoiding Tweekie.It just felt like BR had Gil Gerard sort of joking around with its premise, which gave it a smirkier, less creaky feel, while BSG had Lorne Greene chewing scenery and delivering lines with hamfisted gravitas.Twiki might have been annoying, but BSG took itself way too seriously for a show in which the main bad guy was a robe-wearing robot prop with an elongated gumball machine for a head.
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Kornchex: Oddly enough, I just started watching the series on Netflix last week. I hadn't seen it since I was a kid.It is shockingly bad. The dancing (and roller-dancing) is quite amusing though. Erin Grey definitely makes up for any shortcomings the show may have.
WhyteRaven74: Bondith: Duck Dodgers! In the Twenty-Fourth and a Half Century!Came here for Duck Dodgers, leaving satisfied
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