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  • colonyearth
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    Originally posted by Ranger1
    Ok people,this is nothing to do with the topic (Contacting JMS),lets stop
    Ok, then...I contacted JMS one time by telepathy!

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  • Ranger1
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    Ok people,this is nothing to do with the topic (Contacting JMS),lets stop

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  • Dr Maturin
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    Originally posted by Radhil
    That there telepathy thang before seemed like a durn good idea.

    (I'm very fried - MY apologies :P )
    Apparently there is telepathy, dude! I swear I was going to post what you just suggested when I posted my spinoff explanation!

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  • Radhil
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    By spinoff I was assuming you meant spinoff of the feature film. My apologies.
    That there telepathy thang before seemed like a durn good idea.

    (I'm very fried - MY apologies :P )

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  • Dr Maturin
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    <<Don't think so. I imagine that they thunk up the Stargate spinoff shortly after that, and that bumped everything else off.>>

    By spinoff I was assuming you meant spinoff of the feature film. My apologies.

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  • Radhil
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    But SG-1 originated on Showtime.
    IF YOU READ WHAT I SAID

    I imagine that they thunk up the Stargate spinoff
    I'm talkin' about Atlantis. The space werewolf vampire crap was in the time period where they were still looking for a Farscape replacement. When they thunk up Stargate Atlantis (which was kinda inevitable, being that SG1 ratings on SciFi in comparison to Farscape was the whole reason Farscape was bumped off), they would have scraped their slate clean of any other moderately budgeted production series (read: any non reality-crap). That defniitely included Tremors (*shudder*) and probably this freakshow as well.

    That's what I'm sayin'. Pleh.

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  • colonyearth
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    Originally posted by Z'ha'dumDweller
    <<Don't think so. I imagine that they thunk up the Stargate spinoff shortly after that, and that bumped everything else off.>>

    But SG-1 originated on Showtime.
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    SG-1 has been on Sci-Fi for three seasons now.

    I do believe the time frame is correct that Atantis might have blown something else off the air. It was "thunk up" some time ago.

    CE

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  • Dr Maturin
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    <<Don't think so. I imagine that they thunk up the Stargate spinoff shortly after that, and that bumped everything else off.>>

    But SG-1 originated on Showtime.

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  • Jan
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    Originally posted by starfighter
    i would just like to let you all know that jms is great. Met him in `97 at the wolf convention in blackpool (thats in sunny england for those that don`t know) . despite all the thinks that was going on at the time he always made time for his fans.
    Wow, you were at the fateful Blackpool con, huh? From all I've read, the stuff going on behind the scenes was pretty dramatic.

    Did you see that JMS may be doing a convention in the spring in Bristol? If that's anywhere near you, would you let us know anything he tells you?

    I agree that JMS is one heck of a nice person. I've met him twice now but been reading/talking to him on the newsgroup for several years. He's always been generous to the fans.

    Jan

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  • starfighter
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    i would just like to let you all know that jms is great. Met him in `97 at the wolf convention in blackpool (thats in sunny england for those that don`t know) . despite all the thinks that was going on at the time he always made time for his fans.

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  • Radhil
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    Don't think so. I imagine that they thunk up the Stargate spinoff shortly after that, and that bumped everything else off.

    Might've gotten past written script stage but I doubt it got to actual shooting.

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  • Andrew_Swallow
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    In January 2003 JMS reported that his idea Polaris had been turned down by Sci-Fi for a series in Intergalactic vampires called Bloodsuckers. Did this series ever get made?
    http://jmsnews.com/msg.aspx?ID=1-16726

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  • cruiser
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    JMS said:
    Eating butterscotch pudding whilst packing, perhaps...?
    I will never eat butterscotch pudding again....

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  • Jan
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    Ah, some of those are a joy to read indeed! Of course, sometimes he's wrong, too, but I've never seen him rude unless he'd been attacked first. *Don't* ever call his honesty in question unless you want to be handed back important body parts!

    Jan

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  • bakana
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    Oh, it should also be mentioned that jms does NOT "suffer fools gladly".

    He IS inclined to "pop their bubbles" occasionally when they get too annoying.
    It's a pleasure to see just how effectively the right words can peel the hide off a pretentious idiot.

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