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Jane Mal and Zoe fixin' to shoot someone or someones.

Serenity will be here in a little over two months, and while you might find this hard two believe, it’s a fact that not everyone shares our insane, unbridled enthusiasm for the show– not out of some misguided hatred of space westerns, but out of sheer ignorance.

Let us collectively thank the Sci Fi channel for spreading the word about the most creative rootin’ tootin’ chop suey space opera since… well, ever: Firefly. The first episode airs tonight. Watch it. Love it.

This almost makes up for the death of Farscape.

Almost.

Written by in July of 2005. Last edited March 2019.

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