Discussion in 'Archive: SF&F: Films and Television' started by Eeth-my-Koth, Jan 3, 2006.
TWIKI! TWIKI! TWIKI!
Now this show defined 70's cheesy network SciFi for me.
I was most entertained by the coloured building blocks on the shelves behind Dr. Heuer's desk.
I cannot lie.
I loved the show as a kid.
Hawk and all the aliens.
I loved that episode with the little blue alien. As I recall it was two episdoes. I don't remember the little alien's name, but I remember the baddy at the end that Buck had to face; Ezzard Harden. A rhyming Vader anyone?
My second fav episode had to be the space vampire episode. Wilma going evil = hotness.
I loved it as well. One of the episodes my old brain can recall. I seem to remember that he had some sort of blueish lightning ability, didn't he?
Me and Wilma.
Yes, we're completely blocking Felix Silla, but that isn't hard to do.
In the Blue Alien/Ezzard Harden episode, the guy who plays the Ambassador that can remove his head is the actor who plays Sarek, Spock's dad.
The first season is classic! Ardala is so hot. I like it when she's in the hot tub.
I was too young to realize this show really sucked. I loved Hawk and had a thing for Erin Gray. So much so that I actually watched Silver Spoons just to see her.
1st season great
2nd season awful. just absolutely terrible.
But to this day, not much is hotter than Erin Gray in her Blue skintight outfit. WOW!!
She was kinda hawt.
Lots of shows from my youth seemed cool, but later on turned out pretty bad.
I always loved the intro to Buck Rogers.
This brings back a lot of memories.
Buck Rogers would beat Roland Deschain's ass.
Haven't seen this show in years. Last time I saw it it was dubbed in German. It brought a whole new level of humor to the show.
Not even on his best day. Rembember the man in black's words:"death, but not for you gunslinger. Never for you."