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So, is anyone else watching this? [Smile]

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Yep! The ghosts of Farscape, Stargate, and Caprica told me not to, 'cause it's on Syfy, but I gave in and checked it out after all the good reviews. I'm glad I did. But I fully expect the show to be cancelled at the height of its popularity in season three or four. That's what Syfy does best, after all. [Roll Eyes]

I haven't read the books, so I'm going in fresh. I'm very impressed by how hard the sci-fi is. Has any other tv show done such extensive scenes in zero-g?

Someone on Twitter commented that this is a story about what a pain it is to have a paladin on your team in real life. It's also realistic considering how many stupid decisions they're making. No one on the Rocinante stopped to think WHY the crew of the Donnager fought so hard to save them? Fred Johnson figured it out in seconds.

Overall, this is a very engrossing story so far. It'll be interesting to see where it goes next.

“Those people who think they know everything are a great annoyance to those of us who do.” — Isaac Asimov
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