Discussion in 'Community' started by Jean-Luc Picard, Sep 12, 2018.
25 years of
Hmm... Time to look at those DVDs again.
I member this show actually. Not much of it but I do. An episode I when Lois left the room he started doing pushups superfast then when she entered he went back to normal to keep it secret.
That's probably a S1 episode.
It was good, but it was no Omagh bombings.
What a ****ing stupid thing to say.
Superman by day, goatse by night.
I loved the series, particularly the first season.
John Shea was probably one of the best Lex Luthors, and Chakotay made a guest appearance as a villain in Season 1.
Lane Smith was perfect as Perry White.
He's still my favourite Lex Luthor.
@PCCViking Totally agree on Shea and the late, great Lane Smith as Perry White - still my favorite iteration of that character to date.
Also enjoy the performances of K Callan and Eddie Jones as an older Jonathan and Martha Kent, in comparison to O'Toole/Schnieder and Lane/Costner.
This show, along with Batman TAS, was my introduction to comics as a young kid.
You were a kid?
Well, he did get appointed to staff under our somewhat obscure "more goats as moderators" program.
see when you do this weird thing of cross-posting threads across multiple forums, and then never acknowledging that that's what you're doing, it makes you look less like an actual person who has some inkling about what this forum is all about and a desire to have a conversation with its members, and more like a robot trying to sell some dvd box sets.
It seems so much longer ago that they explored the west for President Jefferson.
Terri Hatcher is great, but I think Courtney Cox would have been better.
Definitely a bot.
Courteney Cox is the wake word.
@Jean-Luc Picard explain yourself
I have no idea what that means.
Why do you create the exact same thread with the exact same title and the exact same opening post in multiple forums?
probably the mods of this forum, who don't tend to care for spambots or advertisers posting here. and maybe to a lesser extent the regular posters of the forum, who tend to crave original content and interesting topics to discuss, not generic cookie cutter messages cross-posted all over the internet. also as it's a behavior i don't think any of us have ever seen before from a real human being, it's just sort of fascinating.
Clark Kent is the goatse man??