Sunday, November 19, 2006

Another Great Sci-fi Classic

Only in an alternate universe could these people exist. Where else could a stranded movie star wear evening gowns everyday without a dry cleaner? Where else could banana cream pies appear without a cow within a thousand miles? Where else could someone make a bamboo bowling alley? (and yet somehow be unable to fix a hole in a boat) Or how about... A bamboo safe? A bamboo car? A bamboo jail? A bamboo lie detector? Are these people actually from the Twilight Zone?


DesLily said...

hmmm these guys should give lessons to the cast of "Lost"!

SQT said...


That's right, those guys on "Lost" are a bunch of amateurs!

Stewart Sternberg said...

Well...we've cross from sci fi and fantasy to genre and cult classics. Which is fine by me. I was going to post about BOND, JAMES BOND..only I

So, nobody else do it. Bond is mine. Shaken, not stirred.

Oh, and about Gilligan, I probably watched all the original broadcasts. I was a tremendous fan. Ginger didn't hurt.

SQT said...


You and I must think alike. I'm going to see the new Bond movie tonight and was thinking about doing a Bond post.

I certainly have no problem leaving it to you though. I look forward to your take on it.

Re: Gilligan

I always liked Mary Ann. :)

Stewart Sternberg said...

Hey, there's plenty of room for most than one post on Bond. I had originally planned on dedicating an entire blog to 007

The Curmudgeon said...

I read all the Ian Fleming books many years ago -- and even though the movies have had nothing to do with them (until now, apparently) I enjoyed them also.

But -- on your post, SQT -- If "Lost" were like Gilligan's Island, I might watch it. I'll bet the Harlem Globetrotters never guest star on "Lost."

And Mary Ann. Definitely Mary Ann.

panthergirl said...

I was always amazed that they packed so many clothes for a "three hour tour"!

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