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    I am curious about openSUSE forum users favorite Science Fiction shows.

    Star Trek or Star Wars? or Stargate? or Doctor Who?

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    Sci-Fi favourites

    1 ) Dr Who
    2 ) Stargate SG1
    3 ) Alien Quadrilogy
    4 ) Farscape

    that's just some of my favourites
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    I'll toss in 'Firefly'.
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    greenmachine wrote:

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    > I am curious about openSUSE forum users favorite Science Fiction shows.
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    > Star Trek or Star Wars? or Stargate? or Doctor Who?
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    Favourite films:
    The Day the Earth Stood Still
    Forbidden Planet

    TV:
    Star Trek
    Babylon 5
    Stargate
    Charlie Jade
    Dr Who

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    Snorkelson MacBurp NNTP User

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    greenmachine wrote:
    > I am curious about openSUSE forum users favorite Science Fiction shows.
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    > Star Trek or Star Wars? or Stargate? or Doctor Who?
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    In no particular order:
    BSG
    Firefly
    Lexx
    Farscape
    Stargate Atlantis

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    I like all kinds of Sci-fi, Doctor Who would have to come first. I've also enjoyed both Star Trek and Star Wars in the past.

    In addition I see no one has mentioned Blake's 7 yet, low budget sci-fi at it's best (for the most part). Then of course there is Red Dwarf for the comedy angle
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    Series:
    - Battlestar Galactica (reimagined)
    - Babylon 5
    - Firefly (got off to a promising start)
    - Star Trek: TNG (nice, with occasional overdose of chronitron particles, energy polarisations and whatnot )

    Movies:
    - 2001: A Space Odyssey
    - Blade Runner
    - Alien (the first one is very good, the others ~good)
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    I must say that I am quite happy to see many who like Stargate and Doctor Who. Being Canadian and British shows respectively, I think they are top notch compared to the American Star Trek and Star Wars. (Star Wars doesn't really compare, not being a series and all.)

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    1) Babylon 5. If you want to know why, check out The Lurker's guide Lots of little details that are picked up in later episodes. Plus it had Penn and Teller!

    2) Farscape. Good acting and plot. Very, very original.

    3) Battlestar Galactica. Though for me this series is quickly running out of steam.

    Never really got into Dr Who. Except for a few select episodes here and there, I didn't really care for any of the newer Star Trek shows. Liked Stargate, but I never quite got into watching it regularly.

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    I'll add in mine with no order what so ever

    Dr Who (and all of the sub-series, Torchwood, Sarah Jane Adventures, etc...)
    Star Trek
    Star Wars
    Stargate
    Red Dwarf
    Back to the Future
    The Fountain (I do have to admit, messed up but I liked it)
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