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Iswallowedabug's Blog Save the cheerleader...
Posted by Iswallowedabug on 2007-02-16 17:04:17.

I was quite amused by the NBC cross-promotion on last night's episode of ER. An injured cheerleader and her squad end up receiving treatment from our good friends at County, and one of them whispers, "Save the cheerleader, save the world!" 2 comments



Iswallowedabug's Blog Superpowers
Posted by Iswallowedabug on 2006-11-21 17:25:36.

I've been watching the show "Heroes" and frequently re-watching old episodes of the "The Tick," and occasionally watching "the 4400" when new episodes of that air, and a running theme in each show is the different kinds of superpowers the heroes (and villains) demonstrate. Something that often kicks around in my head is wondering how people would even know they had certain kinds of more obscure powers if the circumstances never presented themselves. Sure, it's one thing to have generic... 4 comments



Iswallowedabug's Blog Genre character type-casting?
Posted by Iswallowedabug on 2006-11-01 16:03:11.

The actor portaying DL on "Heroes" also played the soldier-turned-cyborg minion of Adam on "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" and one of Zod's disciples on "Smallville." Has he been type-cast? Is he slated mostly to play super-powered not-entirely human roles? Incidently, when he reached into Ali Larter's chest during their struggle, did anyone else think of the same sort of thing that happened in the Belgariad/Mallorean by David Eddings? I suppose it need not be referential, as it is an obvious means of attack when you can pass through solid matter. No comments



Iswallowedabug's Blog Heroes, evolution, and speciation
Posted by Iswallowedabug on 2006-11-01 11:51:05.

"The difference between the right word and the almost-right word is the difference between the lightning and the lightning-bug." -- Mark Twain Sometimes nit-picking is a bad thing, but sometimes, as Twain has pointed out, semantics can mean a great deal. As I've commented elsewhere, I am concerned, not just for my own moments of irritation, but also for societal reasons, about the misuse and misunderstanding of concepts like evolution. Is it that people don't understand the concept... One comment

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