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#1 Commander Lazar

 

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Posted 07 January 2012 - 10:39 AM

So how big of a sci fi nerd are you? Me... 8. Watch BSG, Star trek, Star wars, Babylon-5, Farscape, Stargate SG-1, X-Files, Doctor Who and Eureka. How about u?

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Posted 07 January 2012 - 12:45 PM

Hmmm???

This is a good question...

I have watched:

Star Trek
Star Wars...movies and now the cartoon
(old) Battlestar Galactica
Space 1999
Dr. Who
Torchwood
Lost in Space
Avatar the Lost Airbender
Warehouse 13
Andromeda
X-files
Wild, Wild West
Buck Rogers
Eureka
6 Million Dollar Man/ Woman
Star Gate 1
Quantum Leap
Futurama
Star Blazers
Mystery Science Theater
Twilight Zone...
Lost
Oh...and Terminator...(after some research)

There are probably some other super nerdy things I have in my arsenal...like Pokemon and Teen Titans and other cartoons.....

Edited by trekkin', 07 January 2012 - 12:46 PM.

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Posted 07 January 2012 - 01:21 PM

Hmmm???

This is a good question...

I have watched:

Star Trek
Star Wars...movies and now the cartoon
(old) Battlestar Galactica
Space 1999
Dr. Who
Torchwood
Lost in Space
Avatar the Lost Airbender
Warehouse 13
Andromeda
X-files
Wild, Wild West
Buck Rogers
Eureka
6 Million Dollar Man/ Woman
Star Gate 1
Quantum Leap
Futurama
Star Blazers
Mystery Science Theater
Twilight Zone...
Lost
Oh...and Terminator...(after some research)

There are probably some other super nerdy things I have in my arsenal...like Pokemon and Teen Titans and other cartoons.....

awesome!!!!

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Posted 08 January 2012 - 01:50 AM

I have watched....

6 Million Dollar Man
Battlestar Galactica (old series)
Doctor Who (old and new series)
Futurama
Star Trek
Star Wars movies.
Stargate SG1
Stargate Atlantis
Stargate Universe
Terminator movies
Torchwood
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Posted 08 January 2012 - 09:14 AM

I'm actually not interested in sci-fi at all (TOS and TNG being the exceptions from the rule)... so I guess this makes me... no sci fi nerd. (Not that I mind sci-fi nerds, of course.)

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Posted 08 January 2012 - 01:44 PM

Lots to choose from here...let's see, some here lean more to,fantasy, and others MAY be truth!
Star Trek all series and moviesthe Bionic Woman6 Million Dollar ManStar Wars2001 aSpace OdyesseyStargate AtlantisQuantum LeapTerminatorBattlestar GallacticaFuturamaThe Twilight Zone (original)Wild Wild WestTwilightFireflyX MenBlade RunnerHarry Potter Ancient AliensThe Jetsons!Warehouse 13Lost in SpaceBewitched3rd Rock from the SunLois and Clark SupermanEarly EditionBatman series and moviesBuffy the Vampire SlayerAngelCharmedTales from the CryptXena Warrior PrincessHercules
For starters!







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Posted 08 January 2012 - 04:05 PM

Lots to choose from here...let's see, some here lean more to,fantasy, and others MAY be truth!
Star Trek all series and moviesthe Bionic Woman6 Million Dollar ManStar Wars2001 aSpace OdyesseyStargate AtlantisQuantum LeapTerminatorBattlestar GallacticaFuturamaThe Twilight Zone (original)Wild Wild WestTwilightFireflyX MenBlade RunnerHarry Potter Ancient AliensThe Jetsons!Warehouse 13Lost in SpaceBewitched3rd Rock from the SunLois and Clark SupermanEarly EditionBatman series and moviesBuffy the Vampire SlayerAngelCharmedTales from the CryptXena Warrior PrincessHercules
For starters!







Add the red ones to my list

And furthermore, Alien, The Thing and basically any space movie out there....

I loved the horror flicks of the 50's and 60's as well...once they became less campy...not so much.
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Posted 09 January 2012 - 07:07 AM

My list is pretty similar to trekkin's, but I think we are of the same vintage.

I saw TOS when it was on TV originally. It was an alternative to westerns (there were a lotta westerns on TV then).

Current sci-fi nerdity involved being a fan fic writer and also we are starting to watch Quantum Leap on DVD. Oh my God, I had forgotten how awesome that show is - particularly Al.

No time to list every single thing I have ever watched/enjoyed/owned that was fantasy or sci-fi related but I will say I don't read Treklit, I don't buy action figures and I've never attended a convention. My nerdity tends to run toward TV stuff and my own fiction creating.

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Posted 12 November 2012 - 11:19 AM

I can't even remember all the cartoons, series and films i've watched. Above posts just scratch the surface.

To not repeat the other stuff, i'll just name the ones i did also watch.

Thunderbirds
transformers
Jayce and the wheeled warriors
gobots
the centurions
Captain planet
captain power
silver hawks
thundercats
He-man
brave star
Benji, Zax and a space boy
terrahawks
mask (not the jim Carrie version)
visitors (V)
visitors (series from Chechoslovakia)
Babylon 5
sea quest
lost in space (the old series)

then also come all the star wars films, independance day, the mars attacks, STO (all i could see), tng, ds9, some Voy and those ent i could watch.

Edited by Legolas, 12 November 2012 - 11:22 AM.

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Posted 13 November 2012 - 08:22 AM

hmmmmm
star trek
star wars
andromida
stargate ( all of them)
firefly
Battlestar Galactica ( new only)
Babylon 5
lost in space
Thunderbirds
Dark Angel
lost
dune
children of dune
farscape
Fringe (on and off)
caprica

currently
falling skies
revolution

Edited by aussie trek mom, 13 November 2012 - 08:23 AM.


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Posted 02 December 2012 - 12:15 PM

I just realised how much of my youth was spend watching tv as looking at others people's lists I didnt see unfamiliar names..
totaly missed Blakes 7, space above and beyond and Red Dwarf on the lists
and... and and...


would the pretender fit in there also?

somewhere on the forum we also did do this list ... long long time ago.

Edited by mlaz, 02 December 2012 - 12:20 PM.

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Posted 29 January 2013 - 07:01 PM

i guess i'm not much of a sci-fi nerd, cuz i only actively watch Star Trek and Doctor Who. But i was raised on sci-fi; my parents watched Star Wars, Stargate, Babylon 5 and Galactica when i was a baby, and i remember little bits of everything. I'll watch any sci-fi movie as long as it's not too violent. Would you say imma sci-fi nerd?
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