Thursday, February 8, 2007

I saw Kaylee the other day, in the latest Stargate Atlantis episode (S3E20). It was the best of times, and it was the worst of times. It was beautiful. There she was, our Kaylee, shiny as ever (she's Atlantis' new Doctor now, lol; the irony), all Kaylee like, acting kinda like in that scene where she wanted to question the buffet table. Made me cry to see her stand there, appearing a bit taller too, somehow. It was sad, too; cuz it was Kaylee, but it weren't. And for a brief moment it even felt like Firefly, but it weren't. :(

Still, it was Kaylee; and I love my mechanic.


Thursday, February 8, 2007 4:16 PM


Well reginaroadie, she was a space vampire in Season 2 of Stargate: Atlantis and her character of Daisy on "Higher Ground" is a jolt when you see her do so-happy-it-should-be-illegal then watch her be a destructive Goth on the mend;)

But I agree...Jewel needs a chance to be completely evil and not make up like a mutant Smurf. I mean...Nathan got Caleb, Gina got Jasmine, Adam got Hamilton, Sean had that accidental necrophiliac from CSI Miami and Morena's the sexiest psychopath I have ever seen with Adria. All of them got to be eeevil without being an obvious non-human entity:(


Thursday, February 8, 2007 2:18 PM


It's a jolt, but it's also nice to see them in other work. Although in Jewel's case, I noticed that she seems to be doing a lot of genre work. She's still doing either guest stints on sci-fi shows or cheap B-movies. Why is it that the only non-genre stuff the cast does is ususally Lifetime TV movies. Can someone explain that to me?

I dunno. It's nice that she's still earning a paycheck and all that and being a darling at the sci-fi conventions and stuff like that. But I want to see her do more serious stuff, like Nate Fillion is with WAITRESS. I want her to be the anti-Kaylee in something more down to Earth and serious. Or at least let me be the one to do that.

Thursday, February 8, 2007 10:20 AM


I know. It's such a jolt to see them in other things. Keep waiting for Gina ( in Standoff) to grab a gun, turn to Mal, and blast the hostage taker.


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