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  1. James Jennings commented on Ripley's Believe It or Not over 3 years ago

    Although it was indeed the second in terms of production order, “Where No man Has Gone Before” was the third broadcast after “The Man Trap” and “Charlie X.” “The Man Trap” was 6 and “Charlie X” was 8. If you ever get a chance, watch them in order. You’ll see where the idea of red shirts always getting killed and Grace Lee Whitney being a more important character than she really was. In the first cast, toward the middle of the first season several episodes where red shirts died on away missions were clumped together although they were not produced that way. As far as Grace Lee Whitney goes the episodes she acted in were produced early on but spread out throughout the season giving the impression that she was on the Enterprise doing other things until Kirk needed a Yeoman..

  2. James Jennings commented on Gil Thorp about 4 years ago

    I like Cindy’s mustache. I think it’s a Salvador Dali.

  3. James Jennings commented on Baldo about 4 years ago

    Milpas Street is in San Bernadino, CA.

  4. James Jennings commented on Wizard of Id over 4 years ago

    The man had the hick-ups.

  5. James Jennings commented on Wizard of Id over 4 years ago

    Guy walks into a bar and ask for a glass of water. The bartender pulls out a shotgun and shots off a round just past the man’s head. The man says, “Thank-you” and leaves a $5 tip. Why the thank-you and why the tip?

  6. James Jennings commented on Stone Soup over 4 years ago

    An homage to STAR WARS? Is that R2D2 in the back?

  7. James Jennings commented on Lio over 4 years ago

    Go, Cat, Go!

  8. James Jennings commented on Baldo over 4 years ago

    If the comic style is reality then the realistic style is phantasm.

  9. James Jennings commented on NEUROTICA over 4 years ago

    The inspiration for the “Southern Cross” flag was the St. Andrews cross flag of Scotland (although that flag was white on Royal Blue) because Scottish rebelion against England. Namely Willian Wallace (a.k.a. Braveheart.)

  10. James Jennings commented on Calvin and Hobbes over 4 years ago

    Just following Rush’s example!