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2018-08-10 04:40:17 PM  
Hey subs, EABODFOADIAF!
 
2018-08-10 04:42:19 PM  
Surprising the article didn't appear on FOX.....
 
2018-08-10 04:42:29 PM  
Damn you, subby.

/shakes tiny fist
 
2018-08-10 04:44:13 PM  
I knew it wasn't true, or at least that it was intentionally misleading, yet I still clicked anyways. I'm so dumb that Wash would ask how my brain even forms human speech.
 
2018-08-10 04:45:19 PM  
Shiny.

Wait, no! There's a special hell for you, subby. A special hell.
 
2018-08-10 04:48:21 PM  
Anyone who fell for that is far too gullible.
 
2018-08-10 04:49:50 PM  

Gubbo: Anyone who fell for that is far too gullible.


What do you mean? "Gullible" isn't even a real word.
 
2018-08-10 04:55:45 PM  
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2018-08-10 04:56:38 PM  

Snarfangel: Gubbo: Anyone who fell for that is far too gullible.

What do you mean? "Gullible" isn't even a real word.


Of course it is, I just found the definition
 
2018-08-10 05:00:42 PM  
Okay, serious question for Firefly fans. What happens after someone makes a guy kill himself and a girl is tortured? I stopped watching the first episode after that part. I don't go into gory and torture stuff. Convince me I made a mistake and should watch the rest of the show, or at least the rest of the first episode. What is so great about it? Does it have any good guys, or is it all shoot 'em up and bad ass people who never feel pain?

I just want to know, because the first few minutes didn't show me anything I cared to see, but I have been wrong before, and if I am wrong, it would be easier to convince me of that by telling me what is redeeming about it instead of just thinking it's hilarious that I don't like something a lot of people like and for a weird reason.
 
2018-08-10 05:01:34 PM  
I just have ahard time with anything that takes torture cavalierly.
 
2018-08-10 05:05:40 PM  

Kirablue42: I just have ahard time with anything that takes torture cavalierly.


Did you stop watching Star Wars in the middle of Empire?

//Firefly is the least popular show with the loudest fans.
 
2018-08-10 05:11:34 PM  
Hey subby, fark you!
 
2018-08-10 05:12:25 PM  

Kirablue42: Okay, serious question for Firefly fans. What happens after someone makes a guy kill himself and a girl is tortured? I stopped watching the first episode after that part. I don't go into gory and torture stuff. Convince me I made a mistake and should watch the rest of the show, or at least the rest of the first episode. What is so great about it? Does it have any good guys, or is it all shoot 'em up and bad ass people who never feel pain?

I just want to know, because the first few minutes didn't show me anything I cared to see, but I have been wrong before, and if I am wrong, it would be easier to convince me of that by telling me what is redeeming about it instead of just thinking it's hilarious that I don't like something a lot of people like and for a weird reason.


Sounds like you were watching the movie and not the show (the movie is a continuation of the story from the series).  And honestly, if the first few minutes of the movie bothered you, I'd say the rest of the series is not something you would enjoy.  There's stuff in the movie and the series that are far more disturbing and gory than the first part of Serenity.
 
2018-08-10 05:12:52 PM  

Gubbo: Anyone who fell for that is far too gullible.


I can understand not bringing back the same cast, same ship, etc. But that world was amazing. The writing was exquisite. How in the hell have we not gotten a spin-off of some sort?
 
2018-08-10 05:13:23 PM  

Kirablue42: Okay, serious question for Firefly fans. What happens after someone makes a guy kill himself and a girl is tortured? I stopped watching the first episode after that part. I don't go into gory and torture stuff. Convince me I made a mistake and should watch the rest of the show, or at least the rest of the first episode. What is so great about it? Does it have any good guys, or is it all shoot 'em up and bad ass people who never feel pain?

I just want to know, because the first few minutes didn't show me anything I cared to see, but I have been wrong before, and if I am wrong, it would be easier to convince me of that by telling me what is redeeming about it instead of just thinking it's hilarious that I don't like something a lot of people like and for a weird reason.


Alan Tudyk.

Did I mention Alan Tudyk?
 
2018-08-10 05:13:47 PM  
Too little too late to ever love again
 
2018-08-10 05:15:14 PM  

Ambivalence: Gubbo: Anyone who fell for that is far too gullible.

I can understand not bringing back the same cast, same ship, etc. But that world was amazing. The writing was exquisite. How in the hell have we not gotten a spin-off of some sort?


We could put it on LOGO and call it Fruitfly!

Okay, I know that might be seen by some as homophobic, but that's not how I mean it. It's just the low-hanging fruit (pun not intended), and I couldn't resist.
 
2018-08-10 05:15:18 PM  
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Subby, that was terrible.   I hope your transport ship encounters a flotilla of Reavers.
 
2018-08-10 05:16:07 PM  
Snarfangel: What do you mean? "Gullible" isn't even a real word.


Ha, next you'll be telling me there wasn't a celebrated show called Gullible's Island.
 
2018-08-10 05:18:47 PM  

Kirablue42: Okay, serious question for Firefly fans. What happens after someone makes a guy kill himself and a girl is tortured? I stopped watching the first episode after that part. I don't go into gory and torture stuff. Convince me I made a mistake and should watch the rest of the show, or at least the rest of the first episode. What is so great about it? Does it have any good guys, or is it all shoot 'em up and bad ass people who never feel pain?

I just want to know, because the first few minutes didn't show me anything I cared to see, but I have been wrong before, and if I am wrong, it would be easier to convince me of that by telling me what is redeeming about it instead of just thinking it's hilarious that I don't like something a lot of people like and for a weird reason.


Not sure if bait or not...

I dunno what show you are talking about, but it's not Firefly, unless you are referring to the whole backstory to the Tam's. There is definitely torture in an episode later on in the series but it's against the crew of Firefly, they don't actually do it. They are the good guys, not the bad guys.

mjbok:

//Firefly is the least popular show with the loudest fans.

It's hugely popular, Fox did a very bad job when marketing and airing the series. It's well written and has very strong characters. It's also the highest rated (reviews) cancelled show, and made a shiat ton of money off of DVD sales, which is why they got a movie after only airing 11 of the 13 original episodes. Amazon sales show it's #8 in Movie/TV Drama series sales, and #157 overall in Movies/TV - and that's just the BluRay version.
 
2018-08-10 05:19:02 PM  
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2018-08-10 05:22:47 PM  

phimuskapsi: Kirablue42: Okay, serious question for Firefly fans. What happens after someone makes a guy kill himself and a girl is tortured? I stopped watching the first episode after that part. I don't go into gory and torture stuff. Convince me I made a mistake and should watch the rest of the show, or at least the rest of the first episode. What is so great about it? Does it have any good guys, or is it all shoot 'em up and bad ass people who never feel pain?

I just want to know, because the first few minutes didn't show me anything I cared to see, but I have been wrong before, and if I am wrong, it would be easier to convince me of that by telling me what is redeeming about it instead of just thinking it's hilarious that I don't like something a lot of people like and for a weird reason.


Not sure if bait or not...

I dunno what show you are talking about, but it's not Firefly, unless you are referring to the whole backstory to the Tam's. There is definitely torture in an episode later on in the series but it's against the crew of Firefly, they don't actually do it. They are the good guys, not the bad guys.


I'm pretty sure they were watching Serenity, in which we see the holovid of River getting tortured and The Agent makes the scientist guy fall on his sword all within the first 10 minutes.
 
2018-08-10 05:24:52 PM  
Well played, subs.
 
2018-08-10 05:26:56 PM  

phimuskapsi: It's hugely popular, Fox did a very bad job when marketing and airing the series. It's well written and has very strong characters. It's also the highest rated (reviews) cancelled show, and made a shiat ton of money off of DVD sales, which is why they got a movie after only airing 11 of the 13 original episodes. Amazon sales show it's #8 in Movie/TV Drama series sales, and #157 overall in Movies/TV - and that's just the BluRay version.


It is not hugely popular.  If it was the movie wouldn't have tanked.  If has highly dedicated fans, but it didn't shiatty in the theater because it tried to split the difference between fans and new viewers and because of that it didn't really work for either.
 
2018-08-10 05:28:20 PM  

Ambivalence: Gubbo: Anyone who fell for that is far too gullible.

I can understand not bringing back the same cast, same ship, etc. But that world was amazing. The writing was exquisite. How in the hell have we not gotten a spin-off of some sort?


You mean take time out of the busy network schedule for NCIS: Small town just outside the middle of nowhere or Americas Got Talent: Mimes Season Two
 
2018-08-10 05:29:29 PM  

phimuskapsi: They are the good guys


Well... they're all right.

But really, I don't think they ever claim to be 'good', they aren't villains though. The whole point is that such terms are extremely relative. Throwing an objectively bad guy into a turbine is a gray area.
 
2018-08-10 05:37:22 PM  

Teufelaffe: phimuskapsi: Kirablue42: Okay, serious question for Firefly fans. What happens after someone makes a guy kill himself and a girl is tortured? I stopped watching the first episode after that part. I don't go into gory and torture stuff. Convince me I made a mistake and should watch the rest of the show, or at least the rest of the first episode. What is so great about it? Does it have any good guys, or is it all shoot 'em up and bad ass people who never feel pain?

I just want to know, because the first few minutes didn't show me anything I cared to see, but I have been wrong before, and if I am wrong, it would be easier to convince me of that by telling me what is redeeming about it instead of just thinking it's hilarious that I don't like something a lot of people like and for a weird reason.


Not sure if bait or not...

I dunno what show you are talking about, but it's not Firefly, unless you are referring to the whole backstory to the Tam's. There is definitely torture in an episode later on in the series but it's against the crew of Firefly, they don't actually do it. They are the good guys, not the bad guys.

I'm pretty sure they were watching Serenity, in which we see the holovid of River getting tortured and The Agent makes the scientist guy fall on his sword all within the first 10 minutes.


yes, that must have been it. So what happens after that? or before?

I am serious, I am not baiting, but already one other poster has basically said that the entire show is filled with stuff like that...

but another poster said the main characters are the good guys..so I gather they try to stop things like torture? Would i have been better off watching the first episode in the series instead of beginning with the movie?

and to the poster that mentioned Empire Strikes Back, by that timie I had already become invested in the characters and knew it was the middle of the story. I didn't begin with a torture and forced suicide scene.
 
2018-08-10 05:37:24 PM  

Gubbo: Ambivalence: Gubbo: Anyone who fell for that is far too gullible.

I can understand not bringing back the same cast, same ship, etc. But that world was amazing. The writing was exquisite. How in the hell have we not gotten a spin-off of some sort?

You mean take time out of the busy network schedule for NCIS: Small town just outside the middle of nowhere or Americas Got Talent: Mimes Season Two


If people would watch it the networks would broadcast paint drying.  They want eyeballs, all other concerns are secondary.
 
2018-08-10 05:38:32 PM  

mjbok: phimuskapsi: It's hugely popular, Fox did a very bad job when marketing and airing the series. It's well written and has very strong characters. It's also the highest rated (reviews) cancelled show, and made a shiat ton of money off of DVD sales, which is why they got a movie after only airing 11 of the 13 original episodes. Amazon sales show it's #8 in Movie/TV Drama series sales, and #157 overall in Movies/TV - and that's just the BluRay version.

It is not hugely popular.  If it was the movie wouldn't have tanked.  If has highly dedicated fans, but it didn't shiatty in the theater because it tried to split the difference between fans and new viewers and because of that it didn't really work for either.


Again, Firefly's popularity mainly came releases, as that's typically how word of mouth works. The movie made it's budget back at the box office, and then made many millions more from rentals and purchases. It still sells well. 

The movie came out 2 years after the show went off air. If it aired 5-10 years afterwards it would have had much better turnout.
 
2018-08-10 05:38:38 PM  

The Brown Word: phimuskapsi: They are the good guys

Well... they're all right.

But really, I don't think they ever claim to be 'good', they aren't villains though. The whole point is that such terms are extremely relative. Throwing an objectively bad guy into a turbine is a gray area.


how so?

I mean if good guys kill bad guys they are still good guys. Especially if they kill those who torture, rape, and murder.
 
2018-08-10 05:39:21 PM  

phimuskapsi: mjbok: phimuskapsi: It's hugely popular, Fox did a very bad job when marketing and airing the series. It's well written and has very strong characters. It's also the highest rated (reviews) cancelled show, and made a shiat ton of money off of DVD sales, which is why they got a movie after only airing 11 of the 13 original episodes. Amazon sales show it's #8 in Movie/TV Drama series sales, and #157 overall in Movies/TV - and that's just the BluRay version.

It is not hugely popular.  If it was the movie wouldn't have tanked.  If has highly dedicated fans, but it didn't shiatty in the theater because it tried to split the difference between fans and new viewers and because of that it didn't really work for either.

Again, Firefly's popularity mainly came after releases, as that's typically how word of mouth works. The movie made it's budget back at the box office, and then made many millions more from rentals and purchases. It still sells well. 

The movie came out 2 years after the show went off air. If it aired 5-10 years afterwards it would have had much better turnout.


FTFM.
 
2018-08-10 05:41:31 PM  
emtwo: Alan Tudyk.

Did I mention Alan Tudyk?


mjbok: It is not hugely popular.  If it was the movie wouldn't have tanked.  If has highly dedicated fans, but it didn't shiatty in the theater because it tried to split the difference between fans and new viewers and because of that it didn't really work for either.



Curse your sudden but inevitable betrayal!
Firefly Clip: This Land
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2018-08-10 05:43:10 PM  
For the first time in my life, I just choked on air. Thanks a lot subby you magnificent bastard.
 
2018-08-10 05:45:06 PM  
Yea, Fat Mal!
 
2018-08-10 05:48:45 PM  

mjbok: Gubbo: Ambivalence: Gubbo: Anyone who fell for that is far too gullible.

I can understand not bringing back the same cast, same ship, etc. But that world was amazing. The writing was exquisite. How in the hell have we not gotten a spin-off of some sort?

You mean take time out of the busy network schedule for NCIS: Small town just outside the middle of nowhere or Americas Got Talent: Mimes Season Two

If people would watch it the networks would broadcast paint drying.  They want eyeballs, all other concerns are secondary.


Dammit. My script for "Extreme Paint Drying" was almost finished.

And now what am I gonna do with the companion piece "Paint Drying: A History narrated by Morgan Freeman".

/ok I might watch that second one actually
 
2018-08-10 05:49:28 PM  

Kirablue42: yes, that must have been it. So what happens after that? or before?

I am serious, I am not baiting, but already one other poster has basically said that the entire show is filled with stuff like that...

but another poster said the main characters are the good guys..so I gather they try to stop things like torture? Would i have been better off watching the first episode in the series instead of beginning with the movie?

and to the poster that mentioned Empire Strikes Back, by that timie I had already become invested in the characters and knew it was the middle of the story. I didn't begin with a torture and forced suicide scene.


Definitely you should have watched the show before the movie, it provides you with all the context of why the folks do what they do, and sets the world up so things in the movie make sense.

In the TV show there's heists, and schemes and double crosses, and bonding and humour, lots of humour. There's gunfights and brawls and in one episode, yes, some torture. People do get shot but it's not anywhere near GoT level of gore or violence or sex.  I'm probably missing a huge number of talking points but I don't want to spoil much if you do end up giving it a chance.
 
2018-08-10 05:50:44 PM  

phimuskapsi: The movie made it's budget back at the box office


No it didn't.  It had a budget of $39 million and a worldwide gross of just under 39 million.  Even if you were under the misguided notion that the studios got all the money from the box office it still didn't get there.

Firefly fans on Fark are like Mac users in films.  If you took that as your source of truth you would think it is a huge amount of people.  It is not.

//Easily 75% of computers (especially laptops) seen on TV and in film are Macs.
 
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2018-08-10 05:59:29 PM  
Did anybody notice the thing is equipped with Reaver engines? Methinks the people in charge of this company may be browncoats.
 
2018-08-10 05:59:38 PM  
As if millions of nerds cried out in joy...and were suddenly silenced. By an aneurism.
 
2018-08-10 06:05:09 PM  

Kirablue42: Teufelaffe: phimuskapsi: Kirablue42: Okay, serious question for Firefly fans. What happens after someone makes a guy kill himself and a girl is tortured? I stopped watching the first episode after that part. I don't go into gory and torture stuff. Convince me I made a mistake and should watch the rest of the show, or at least the rest of the first episode. What is so great about it? Does it have any good guys, or is it all shoot 'em up and bad ass people who never feel pain?

I just want to know, because the first few minutes didn't show me anything I cared to see, but I have been wrong before, and if I am wrong, it would be easier to convince me of that by telling me what is redeeming about it instead of just thinking it's hilarious that I don't like something a lot of people like and for a weird reason.


Not sure if bait or not...

I dunno what show you are talking about, but it's not Firefly, unless you are referring to the whole backstory to the Tam's. There is definitely torture in an episode later on in the series but it's against the crew of Firefly, they don't actually do it. They are the good guys, not the bad guys.

I'm pretty sure they were watching Serenity, in which we see the holovid of River getting tortured and The Agent makes the scientist guy fall on his sword all within the first 10 minutes.

yes, that must have been it. So what happens after that? or before?

I am serious, I am not baiting, but already one other poster has basically said that the entire show is filled with stuff like that...

but another poster said the main characters are the good guys..so I gather they try to stop things like torture? Would i have been better off watching the first episode in the series instead of beginning with the movie?

and to the poster that mentioned Empire Strikes Back, by that timie I had already become invested in the characters and knew it was the middle of the story. I didn't begin with a torture and forced suicide scene.


The whole show is about friendship, perseverance and humor, battling to keep a bit of serenity on the fringes of a hostile uncaring government.  The setup in the movie that you hated, is there for contrast, explaining why one of the characters is as deeply flawed, vulnerable and occasionally dangerous as she is.  The ugliness is shown because it makes the love all the more appealing in contrast.  It's kind of a standard literary method.  The first series show, starts off similarly in the trench of a war zone, but quickly moves on to the part that everyone loves.

Watch the movie Serenity First, and then Netflix has them pretty much lined up in the proper order.  The air date order is a bit mixed up.
 
2018-08-10 06:07:18 PM  

Ker_Thwap: Watch the movie Serenity First, and then Netflix has them pretty much lined up in the proper order.  The air date order is a bit mixed up.


Yeah watch a movie that spoils the whole show.
 
2018-08-10 06:07:43 PM  

mjbok: phimuskapsi: The movie made it's budget back at the box office

No it didn't.  It had a budget of $39 million and a worldwide gross of just under 39 million.  Even if you were under the misguided notion that the studios got all the money from the box office it still didn't get there.

Firefly fans on Fark are like Mac users in films.  If you took that as your source of truth you would think it is a huge amount of people.  It is not.

//Easily 75% of computers (especially laptops) seen on TV and in film are Macs.


Production Budget: $39,000,000
Domestic Box Office:$25,514,517
International Box Office:$14,804,923
Worldwide Box Office:$40,319,440
Total DVD Sales as of 2007: $9,761,947
Total BluRay Sales as of 2010: $157,363
(Source)

Yeah, Serenity didn't make a profit until it hit video (assuming Fox didn't drop $10 mil or more on marketing).
 
2018-08-10 06:11:07 PM  

Mugato: Ker_Thwap: Watch the movie Serenity First, and then Netflix has them pretty much lined up in the proper order.  The air date order is a bit mixed up.

Yeah watch a movie that spoils the whole show.


It was meant to be the pilot.  I'd hardly say it spoils all that much. It's not like the show is plot driven.  It's character driven.
 
2018-08-10 06:14:50 PM  

Ker_Thwap: It was meant to be the pilot.  I'd hardly say it spoils all that much. It's not like the show is plot driven.  It's character driven.


I think we're talking about two different things. In Serenity they kill two main characters and River's "secret" is revealed.
 
2018-08-10 06:22:36 PM  

Kirablue42: Teufelaffe: phimuskapsi: Kirablue42: Okay, serious question for Firefly fans. What happens after someone makes a guy kill himself and a girl is tortured? I stopped watching the first episode after that part. I don't go into gory and torture stuff. Convince me I made a mistake and should watch the rest of the show, or at least the rest of the first episode. What is so great about it? Does it have any good guys, or is it all shoot 'em up and bad ass people who never feel pain?

I just want to know, because the first few minutes didn't show me anything I cared to see, but I have been wrong before, and if I am wrong, it would be easier to convince me of that by telling me what is redeeming about it instead of just thinking it's hilarious that I don't like something a lot of people like and for a weird reason.


Not sure if bait or not...

I dunno what show you are talking about, but it's not Firefly, unless you are referring to the whole backstory to the Tam's. There is definitely torture in an episode later on in the series but it's against the crew of Firefly, they don't actually do it. They are the good guys, not the bad guys.

I'm pretty sure they were watching Serenity, in which we see the holovid of River getting tortured and The Agent makes the scientist guy fall on his sword all within the first 10 minutes.

yes, that must have been it. So what happens after that? or before?

I am serious, I am not baiting, but already one other poster has basically said that the entire show is filled with stuff like that...

but another poster said the main characters are the good guys..so I gather they try to stop things like torture? Would i have been better off watching the first episode in the series instead of beginning with the movie?

and to the poster that mentioned Empire Strikes Back, by that timie I had already become invested in the characters and knew it was the middle of the story. I didn't begin with a torture and forced suicide scene.


Well, it kind of depends on what squicks you out.  The main characters are scoundrels...they're Big Damn Heroes and The Good Guys and follow a Moral Code, but they break the law.  They steal, they kill (when they have to), they lie.  So if that bothers you, you're not gonna like the show.

As for torture, there's a little bit in the show, but none of it perpetrated by the protagonists.  And there's not all that much of it.  Thinking back on the show, I can only think of a couple of torture scenes, and unlike the beginning of the movie, the subjects of said torture are men (I mention that because I know some people are specifically sensitive to women/girls being tortured.)

There's not a lot of actual on-screen violent gore in the show.  Some blood from gun shot wounds, bloody noses and lips from fights for the most part, but there is a couple scenes revolving around victims of The Reavers (one of the show's Big Bads), and that can be a little disconcerting for some folks.  The movie has more gore than the show, but most of it is after-the-fact.  I.e., dead bodies after a fight.

Beyond that, there's a spattering of psychological discomfort.  Things hinted at, described but not shown, etc.  And that includes torture, rape, and murder...but again, it's stuff that's mentioned or heavily implied, but not really shown on screen.

So, it really depends on what gets you.  If say, Buffy the Vampire Slayer was too much for you, Firefly/Serenity isn't going to be your cup of tea.

Also, completely ignore anyone who tells you to watch the movie first.  :Þ
 
2018-08-10 06:25:17 PM  

Kirablue42: Okay, serious question for Firefly fans. What happens after someone makes a guy kill himself and a girl is tortured? I stopped watching the first episode after that part. I don't go into gory and torture stuff. Convince me I made a mistake and should watch the rest of the show, or at least the rest of the first episode. What is so great about it? Does it have any good guys, or is it all shoot 'em up and bad ass people who never feel pain?

I just want to know, because the first few minutes didn't show me anything I cared to see, but I have been wrong before, and if I am wrong, it would be easier to convince me of that by telling me what is redeeming about it instead of just thinking it's hilarious that I don't like something a lot of people like and for a weird reason.


There is a fair amount of nasty violence, and the entire series is sort of based around the captain's moral ambiguities.

The cast works well together and the writing and direction are pretty engaging.
 
2018-08-10 06:26:02 PM  

Mugato: Ker_Thwap: It was meant to be the pilot.  I'd hardly say it spoils all that much. It's not like the show is plot driven.  It's character driven.

I think we're talking about two different things. In Serenity they kill two main characters and River's "secret" is revealed.


The two hour pilot is also named "Serenity".
 
2018-08-10 06:26:30 PM  

Mugato: Ker_Thwap: It was meant to be the pilot.  I'd hardly say it spoils all that much. It's not like the show is plot driven.  It's character driven.

I think we're talking about two different things. In Serenity they kill two main characters and River's "secret" is revealed.


Oh, damn.  Yeah, Serenity the episode first, not the movie.  Probably time I re-watched the whole thing.
 
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