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Category Archives: Firefly
Thanks to Andrew for today’s commission, especially since I definitely needed more Zoe and Wash in my life. When don’t I need that?
OH MY GOD I JUST REALIZED SOMETHING, AND IT HAS CHANGED EVERYTHING.
Thank you, Mitchell, for giving me the choice of which Firefly episode to re-watch! This show holds a special place in my heart. Not only was it the first Whedon show I had ever seen, but it was the show I … Continue reading
Look, I can have secrets. Though apparently “having secrets” means “telling everyone I saw on tour about this two weeks ago.” STOP JUDGING ME. Mark Watches will not be immune from delicious eBooks, so I’d like to happily announce the … Continue reading
In the interest of collecting my thoughts in a more organized manner that’s easier to read than trying to search for my comments in our super awesome liveblog, I thought it best to allow us all to drop them here.
This should be fun, since we’ve not done a liveblog on the new site with the new comment system. If this is your first liveblog ever, welcome and sit down for a brief instruction on how these things go down.
In the fourteenth (and final) episode of Firefly, Whedon tackles the complicated and sometimes disturbing implications of a world of existentialist absurdism as a bounty hunter brings his particularly frightening brand of terror onboard Serenity in order to collect the … Continue reading
In the thirteenth episode of Firefly, Mal and Inara’s relationship reaches a stunning conclusion when they attempt to help a friend of Inara’s fight a man who wants to steal a baby. Literally. Intrigued? Then it’s time for Mark to … Continue reading
In the twelfth episode of Firefly, an old war buddy returns to Zoe and Mal, but inside a coffin. A digital message on the corpse asks the pair to take him back to his family, but when the crew learns … Continue reading