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Breaking Cat News by Georgia Dunn for July 01, 2020

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    Bill Thompson  12 months ago

    Red Dwarf! Yay, Cat!

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    Carlos the clown  12 months ago

    I knew it! Goldie reminded me of the new Doctor the first time I saw her.

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    piwismom  12 months ago

    Me too, Pucky! ♥

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    GreasyOldTam  12 months ago

    I knew Goldie was extra special.

    Although it’s just as well she didn’t adopt the 9 foot scarf. We’d never see her again.

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    Le'letha Premium Member 12 months ago

    Goldie! Attagirl! That big TARDIS-blue coat is no accident, then! This makes me very happy all around.

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    AllishaDawn  12 months ago

    The man looks more like Commander Riker to me.

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    Le'letha Premium Member 12 months ago

    I seem to recall the Man making a very convincing Riker somewhere on the Instagram page… Here it is! https://www.instagram.com/p/B4T7fjqpcOC/?utm_source=ig_web_button_share_sheet

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    Lady Bri  12 months ago

    Yes!! Red Dwarf for the WIN! In the words of the Cat, “Meoooooooooowwww!!! i’m lookin’ guuuuuuud! Ay, this is a really good day—I’ve eaten five times, I slept six times, and I made a lot of things MINE!” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q54lVO7elt0

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    OliveO'Sudden  12 months ago

    Duel? Dual? Both make sense.♥

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    maggijoseph Premium Member 12 months ago

    The Girl is so happy with the Tribbles! It’s lovely to see the complete acceptance of each other’s choices and the celebration of everyone’s fandoms

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    Jungle Empress  12 months ago

    OMC. It’s Pucky the Grey!

    And where’s Lupin? Isn’t he supposed to be Shadowfax?

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    Catmom  12 months ago

    In Picard We Trust???? I love it! I guess I should confess that my Ozzy’s middle name is Tiberius, as in James Tiberius Kirk (and yes, the first name is after the Prince of Darkness).

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    I Mad Am I  12 months ago

    Though I am working on my own World… I do enjoy ALL of those shows/movies/comics/books etc.!!!

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    DennisinSeattle Premium Member 12 months ago

    This is so much fun! All the sci fi traditions being celebrated. If Commander Riker can love Princess Leia, all is right with the world.

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    Notaspy  12 months ago

    So the big question: which fandom can claim to have the best music? For me it’s Star Wars. Duel of the Fates is unparalleled.

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    Sue Ellen  12 months ago

    Pucky is so darned cute in that hat!

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    catmom1360 Premium Member 12 months ago

    Adorable Puck in the hat.

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    poppet bear  12 months ago

    Happy Canada Day to my fellow Canadians, no celebrations this year though

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    Robin Harwood  12 months ago

    What could be better than a toaster with existential doubts? But, thanks to that show, I can’t bring myself to buy any appliances from a certain Italian company. I’d feel as though I were being insulted every time I looked at the name.

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    WelshRat Premium Member 12 months ago

    Hah. So Goldie’s a fan of ‘the chin’? Puckdalf the Grey. I wonder who the other two are?

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    LoveBritTV Premium Member 12 months ago

    I love all represented shows except for Dune. I tried numerous times to read the book and later see the movie, the story just never grabbed me. I have loved SF since I learned to read.

    That lead to my becoming a Trekkie in elementary school when I watched it in syndication. Star Wars fandom followed in junior high with the original movie. I watched Doctor Who on PBS then too, but became a Whovian during Tennant’s era.

    I discovered Red Dwarf during the 80s with Cat being my favorite character. (I didn’t learn that that fandom was called “smegheads” until about 15 years ago.)

    Lord of the Rings wasn’t a series I got into as a kid (being forced to read The Hobbit in 8th grade left a bad taste in my mouth for Tolkien.) The recent movies and popularity rekindled my interest and allowed me to give it a fair shake. The LOTR movies including The Hobbit series were excellent.

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    deojaideep  12 months ago

    Love Pucky’s Gandalf beard!!!

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    omegasupreme  12 months ago

    gotta love Red Dwarf….I am suprised the cats are not Red Dwarf fans after all Listers Cat is the star…

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    I AM CARTOON LADY!  12 months ago

    Yay! Goldie is a fellow Dr.Who fan! And she has the, Sonic Screwdriver…SQEEEEEEEEEE!!

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    McColl34 Premium Member 12 months ago

    Umm, what’s wrong with, “All of the above?”

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    Sue Ellen  12 months ago

    I wonder if we’ll get a shout out to “Warehouse 13,” or “Eureka.”

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    hawgowar  12 months ago

    Tom Baker, my only Dr Who.

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    michaeljwolff  12 months ago

    Wow! That’s not a Home, it’s a SF convention. Now if only Baba Mouse can set up a Dealer’s Room.

    (Dibs on running the film room.)

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    TampaFanatic1  12 months ago

    I am a Trekkie (TNG, DS9 especially) as well as a follower of the X-Files, Babylon 5 with some Stargate and Farscape thrown in…. The daughter is into Harry Potter but I got her to appreciate Tolkien as well and now she is into LOTR as well as the Picard and Discovery shows. I think the new Pike arc might be interesting…..

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    Meg, Apropos of Nothing  12 months ago

    I love ’em all!

    I have a t-shirt with a dalek on it and the text: OMG! IT’S R2-D2! I LOVED HIM ON STAR TREK!"

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    lalybarger  12 months ago

    The original Star Wars came out when I was in college. (It was the only movie I ever paid to see twice!) I loved the original trilogy but never got into the rest. Plus I didn’t like the way Lucas went back and “updated” the originals. Really got into Stargate and Stargate Atlantis later.

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    tatempleman  12 months ago

    Only the best of sci-fi is represented here!

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    cat19632001  12 months ago

    The Boy and Girl are being taught not to discriminate against any fandoms.

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    Kitty Katz  12 months ago

    Meanwhile Back on the Nile

    At Cosmos Nursery

    Trevor-Hotep: Welcome back, gals. I’ve got the flowers all ready to take to the wedding.

    Beatrixia: Oh, they’re all lovely. What kind of flowers do you have?

    Trevor-Hotep: Well now, I have Delightful Daisies, Regal Roses, and of course Blossoms of Blessing.

    Beatrixia: Ooh,I have to greet Blossom-Neige.

    Blossom-Neige: Hello, everyone! I’m so happy to meet you!

    Sophititi: You look happy, I can tell. Do you enjoy greeting friends?

    Blossom-Neige: Every morning.

    Maat-Tilda: Lovely. May you bloom forever!

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    Ignatz Premium Member 12 months ago

    I once said to my Trekkie niece: “It’s a little obsessive. I mean, you know Klingon!” She said, “Yeah, well, you know Elvish!” And I had nothing to say.

    Okay, I proved her point by saying: “My Quenyan isn’t as good my Sindarin.”

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    arolarson Premium Member 12 months ago

    OK, I am now dating myself with a vengeance…..E. E. ‘Doc’ Smith’s Lensman series was my first intro to sci-fi and is still nostalgically dear. I went back and re-read it a few years ago (surprised to still find it available for Nook as the original paperbacks were lost years, nay decades, ago). The plots and characters still hold up but the tech not so much. They were written before the dawn of the transistor age when faster and better began to mean smaller in size not bigger and computer still basically meant calculator. What still stands out is the projected future attitudes toward equality of genders and races among Homo sapiens as well as among denizens of various planets.

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    ladykat  12 months ago

    I am a fan of all the genres shown today.

    Happy Canada Day to all my fellow Canadians out there, from Barrie, Ontario!

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    Casey Jones  12 months ago

    All of those tend to live peaceably with each other, and a LOT of folks cross over betwixt them all.

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    Pinemelon  12 months ago

    wow

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    Pinemelon  12 months ago

    puck is a WIZARD!?

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    j_e_richards  12 months ago

    i can see Elvis following Babylon 5

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    JDP_Huntington Beach  12 months ago

    Mr. looks way more like William T. Riker than Jean Luc Picard! Mrs is a cute Princess Leia. Love Gandolf, and the Whovian too…just looking for Chewbacca and Han here!

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    rs0204 Premium Member 12 months ago

    How about a shout out to a current show: The Expanse – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Expanse_(TV_series) – A good show and very engaging.

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    A R V reader  12 months ago

    I was into the Doctor Who spin-off, Torchwood, until they bumped off my favorite character. (sniff)

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    DorseyBelle  12 months ago

    Love the Woman’s Princess Leia hair!!

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    DorseyBelle  12 months ago

    Prediction points to Olive, who asked yesterday, “but how are they raising the children?”

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    masingermo  12 months ago

    “dual”

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    eag46  12 months ago

    So what fandoms do Elvis and Lupin embrace?

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    diskus Premium Member 12 months ago

    OK now all hell has broken loose. In my world always go with the original version of each, old school.

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    Michael G.  12 months ago

    GoComics is all the fantasy I can handle.

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    Colorado Expat  12 months ago

    What!?!?! No mention of Dark Star yet?

    The dialog between Lt. Doolittle and the artificial intelligence of Bomb #20 regarding the nature of perception, existence, and purpose is a classic example of philosophic discourse gone awry.

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    Miss Mina  12 months ago

    I was raised Trek (TOS!), but my partner is a Whovian (Conservative, not Orthodox). Fairly compatible philosophies.

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    skipper1992  12 months ago

    I started watching Doctor Who when I worked at a real-estate company in Colorado but unfortunately never made it even halfway through the Ninth Doctor’s first season – not lack of interest, just lack of time. I had been watching it to pass time in the afternoon but that was also about the time all of our agents figured out I could fix their computers for them. I’ve been meaning to go back to it. My college buddy Pete dragged me to all three LOTR movies, but I did enjoy them. And on the ST/SW side of things, I drive on both sides of the street but cannot abide the prequels.

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    tcanton125  12 months ago

    If Goldie has a Tardis the cats will have great adventures.

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    jasmintoes  12 months ago

    Nobody likes “The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Universe” except me? 42!

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    XM_Cookie  12 months ago

    Good morning everyone, Star Wars Vs. Star Trek:The movie.

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    MikeM_inMD  12 months ago

    My household of three covers 4 out of 5 of those fandoms — I’m the only one who has even seen RD.

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    ekw555  12 months ago

    Duel fandoms ??

    or Dual fandoms?

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    lpayne.1632  12 months ago

    Prydain! The Dark is Rising! Foundation! And, of course, Discworld! (I will confess to terrible crushes on Gwydion and Lord Vetinari.)

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    vorlon42  12 months ago

    I admit I have never heard “Red Dwarf” and “Star Wars” in the same sentence before. Now can’t get the mental image of Lister, Rimmer and Cat running around the Death Star with Han, Luke and Leia. Gods I’m tired…

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    scyphi26  12 months ago

    Oh wow, a whole lot of competing fandoms in this household…it’s frankly a miracle that they can hold it together even as well as they do!

    Not really that surprised, though—when you join one of these fandoms, the rest seem to start popping up a lot more merely by association. :P

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    Plods with ...™ Premium Member 12 months ago

    I’m such a geek. I’m into all of them. Discovery is pretty danged good.

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    SquawkTron  12 months ago

    Wow, the People look fabulous!

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    Hedgehog  12 months ago

    13 hours until Canada Day Virtual Fireworks!

    https://www.canadavirtualfireworks.ca/

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    prrdh  12 months ago

    Neither is a Feline Wizard fan?

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    Hedgehog  12 months ago

    “Only question I every thought was hard

    Was do I like Kirk or do I like Picard?"

    (lyric by Weird Al)

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    Biskits  12 months ago

    No one has spoken up for Dune. The movie’s blue eyes caused by the spice were gorgeous and so was Sting, but I loved all the books more.

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    mistercatworks  12 months ago

    With individual screens, these “mixed families” are becoming much more common. In the 60s, we had one TV. If Dad had not been a fan, my brothers and I would never have seen “Star Trek”. Unfortunately, we also had to watch a lot of wrestling (and not just for the remote control.) :)

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    tims145  12 months ago

    Little old school Princess Leia hairdo on The Woman; Enterprise uniform blouse on the Man? Stellar!

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    scaeva  12 months ago

    Today is Gingersnap Day. Since I’m mildly allergic to ginger, I’ll pass, lest I be doomed. In fact, I’ve never liked gingersnaps, even as a child, when I wasn’t yet allergic. So I tend to avoid all things ginger, except Asian food. For that, I have Benedryl™, if necessary. The only thing I miss is ginger beer—which really sets me off. It could be worse: I have a friend who is deathly allergic to capsaicin. The capsicum genus is a member of the nightshade family, so this is not too surprising. Not being able to eat hot peppers would be almost as bad as being allergic to chocolate.

    World production of ginger is approximately 3 metric tons per annum. Not quite a metric bonker’s worth. Bharath (India) is the largest producer, just over 30% of the world total. Both the ancient Greeks and Romans knew and used ginger, obtained by trade by the Silk Road.

    July is also Picnic Month, so we must wish Gent good hunting. (Gingerly leaves picanic basket where a certain bear is sure to find it.)

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    anomalous4  12 months ago

    OT: The Crazytown Saga continues. Oy vay…

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    notinksanymore Premium Member 12 months ago

    I’m Harry Potter and my husband is Star Wars, but we both appreciate the other’s fandom so there is no competing, just meshing. It helps that space and magic are two entirely different sub-genres so there’s nothing to disagree over!

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    Aslan Balaur  12 months ago

    I am a follower of all those geek-doms, except Dune. Throw in Serenity, and we are shiny.

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    SunnySweetpea  12 months ago

    Where is the Browncoats representation?! ;) I’m an OT Star Wars geek as my first fandom. My brother is a Trekkie and more recently also a Star Wars geek, but we used to tease each other about our fandoms back in the day.

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    D.W.Drang  12 months ago

    At least, the real reason The Family moved back to Seattle: Multi-fandom households are not just allowed here, they’re practically de rigueur!And, yes, Mrs. Drang and I met at a local con.

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    AndrewSihler  12 months ago

    “Duel”?

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    scaeva  12 months ago

    Oh bother! This site does not use code. It uses kludge. I clicked on the first notification, and instead of taking me there, it deleted all of them.

    So if you replied to any of my comments, and didn’t get at least a “like” from me, I’m not ignoring you.

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    Status: Having nothing better to do  12 months ago

    Either Star Wars, Lord of the Rings, or (Im just gonna add this option by myself) Harry Potter

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    Eric S   12 months ago

    if you THINK you’re a Whovian, I challenge you to watch the OLD episodes of Doctor Who, maybe start with Jon Pertwee (Spearhead in Space) and watch them – WITHOUT – falling to the temptation of later watching them while you hold your cellphone playing a game! They’re more drawn out stories. ;D

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    dragonfury98  12 months ago

    What – no comments on Red Dwarf – what smegheads!

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    Lara Smith  12 months ago

    What is Beatrix and Tommy? For Bea, I’m guessing Firefly.

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    Slappy Squirrel  12 months ago

    One of my college roommates was a huge whovian. I’ve always been into classic Trek and my nickname with most of my college friends is captain. We had an answering machine message that went "You have reached the captain, the time lord, and the goldfish. Heather is not sure where in time she’s at, Kel is out with her crew, rosencrantz and guildenstern are swimming in circles, please leave a message.

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    knight1192a  12 months ago

    Yes, I can see Puck becoming Pucky the White. Now the woman, may have to have a talk with. Think she’s on the right track, but being lead astray.

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    Lifeflame  12 months ago

    I love them all!!! Yes Fandom!!!

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    Laurie Stoker Premium Member 12 months ago

    All of the above! Card carrying Scifi/Fantasy nerd here!

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    "Doon the Watter" on the Waverly  12 months ago

    All good, but I do miss my Red Dwarf repeats!

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    willie_mctell  12 months ago

    “Red Dwarf” explains the fondness for cats. I’m a Jack Vance “Dying Earth” guy myself with an emphasis on Cugel.

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    j8-888  12 months ago

    My opinions, for what they’re worth:

    Love Star Wars (Last Hope through Return of the Jedi). Hated Phantom Menace cycle. Mixed emotions on the final three; did not like the way Luke was made to look, but I loved Rey. I think Rogue One was the best Star Wars movie. I really enjoyed the first season of the Mandalorian.

    I had a huge collection of original Star Wars stuff that I held onto and sold many years later for several thousand dollars.

    Star Trek The Original Series and that cast’s movies were the best, although Voyager and the terrific Captain Janeway come in as a close second. Absolutely could not stand The Next Generation or any single member of the cast. I tried, I really did, but the mention of Piccard still makes me cringe.

    Love all of Doctor Who except could not stand the Matt Smith series, except for the Amy Pond character. Tom Baker and David Tennant stories were favorites. Jodie Whittaker is terrific. Goldie has a great role model.

    Lord of the Rings!! Yes, although I love the books more than the movies.

    How about Babylon 5? No fans here? I did not see it when it was originally on, but a TV station here showed it five nights a week and I was addicted.

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    tad1  12 months ago

    I prefer Godzilla, King Kong, Jurassic Park, and Gilligan’s Island myself. (Yes, Gilligan’s Island was a fantasy/science fiction show. Why else would they have an endless supply of clothes and supplies?)

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    Andylit Premium Member 12 months ago

    Can’t we all just get along? I like all those genres.

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    Old Man River Premium Member 12 months ago

    Positively Brilliant

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    Zoomer&Yeti  12 months ago

    I don’t think Lost in Space (the 60’s TV series) has been mentioned yet. I always thought the first season was pretty good Sci-Fi, before Dr. Smith, Will and The Robot took over.

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    Georgia Dunn creator 12 months ago

    Confession (some readers already know this!) in real life, I was raised by a Trekkie (hi, Mom!) and went to Star Trek conventions as a child. However, I grew up loving Star Wars and so this strip is actually a little me and my Mom, too, lol!

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    docnuke  12 months ago

    Star Wars and Red Dwarf is a solid combination!

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    mysterysciencefreezer  12 months ago

    Devout MSTie here.

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    sew-so  12 months ago

    Why the divisions? I love Star Trek AND Star Wars – and Dr. Who, and Lord of the Rings, and a LOT of others! Although I’m not particularly fond of Dune.

    I do think that if you haven’t learned of the wonder of Robert A. Heinlein (mostly his earlier works), Andre Norton, and Isaac Asimov you should really expand your horizons, but that’s just personal opinion.

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    Teto85 Premium Member 12 months ago

    In our house we believe in Magic (the Mrs and our daughters are Hogwarts alumnae and I am a Jedi like my father before me). We have epic adventures once upon a time and in a galaxy far far away, we do wobbly wobbly timey wimey stuff while going where no one has gone before. We know the answer to everything is 42 and that the odds are ever in our favour. We do cosplay with passion (the girls are redheaded and they have done Amy Pond, Barbara Gordon, Batgirl, Poison Ivy, Ranma-Chan, Kei, Nausicaa…) We aim to misbehave and don’t care what others think because in our house we do geek.

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    KL Premium Member 12 months ago

    Ooooh! I love Goldie’s little sonic screwdriver!

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    Zev  Premium Member 12 months ago

    I must leave an Honorable Mention to my avatar’s show, The Lexx. It is not a purist’s sci-fi show, but very original and fun to watch.

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    Mr. Reader  12 months ago

    LORD OF THE RINGS YUSSSSSSSS. i hope pucky gets to see valinor eventually.

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    Dave Tring  12 months ago

    “Are you from outer space?”“No, I’m from Iowa. I only work in outer space.”Greatest line ever!

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    guamdiver  12 months ago

    Red Dwarf and Dune! Nice, how about Farscape and Firefly?

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    metagalaxy1970  12 months ago

    Let’s see: Star Wars, Star Trek, Original Battlestar Galactica, Buck Rogers, Space 1999, Eureka, Warehouse 13, Dominion, just about all sci-fi movies, any and all Godzilla/Mothra and the gang, can’t forget Gamera (found a pic of him sitting on a building eating a hamburger!), Firefly, Space Rangers, Space: Above and Beyond, and it goes on…………..

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    Colorado Expat  12 months ago

    If you think about it… A cat with a sonic screwdriver?

    Be afraid – be very afraid…

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    marciaforrester Premium Member 12 months ago

    I LOVE them all: Star Trek, Star Wars, Dune, LOTR & Dr Who!!! All awesome!!! This story arc is soooooooo fun :-) Thanks!!!

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    Nuliajuk  12 months ago

    I’ve recently discovered a show called The Orville which is a bit like early Star Trek, but with more humour. Not really sure it’s suitable for children, though. There’s a “not suitable for viewers under age 14” disclaimer at the start. To be honest though, I haven’t really seen anything in it that is very “adult” such as nudity.

    Any Orphan Black fans here? I really liked that one. That, and Killjoys.

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    BettyAdams  12 months ago

    My Mom had a genuine tribble she got at a convention once. :) My dad was a historian.

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    azkfwecho  12 months ago

    Anyone for Edgar Rice Burroughs? Mars series, Venus series, and of course, Tarzan, which I have always considered science fiction, really.

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    Darthcaliber  12 months ago

    I’m an all of the above fan. Hard to pick a number 1, though if we go in terms of what franchise I collect the most toys/merchandise of then put me down as a He-Fan/She-Raver.

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    asrialfeeple  12 months ago

    Nobody for Blake’s 7 and/or Battlestar Galactica?

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    kittylover.truitt Premium Member 12 months ago

    Oh my goodness! Can this strip get any better? Oh yes! Love me syfy kitties:)

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    chessiecat65  11 months ago

    My late husband and I met at a video store appearance of Jimmy Doohan.We were both into Star Trek, Star Wars…but he also loved Red Dwarf and Battlestar Galactica (both versions). He died while they were still filming The Force Awakens. :(But, if we had kids, I’m sure we would have done the same thing. ;)

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    lim95  9 months ago

    I, personally, enjoy Nintendo. But in terms of those two Star Wars.

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