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Category Archives: Firefly
That’s right. TWO SITES. RUNNING AT THE SAME TIME. People had pitched for me to do TV/movie series for review, but I felt that it would have been odd to have them under the Mark Reads banner. So…why not create … Continue reading
There will be a slight lull in activity until I get things settled on the Reads site, but the very first true review will go up tomorrow: Mark Watches Deathly Hallows, Part I. Don’t you guys feel lucky? YOU GET … Continue reading
In the first episode of Firefly, we are introduced to the world of Malcolm “Mal” Reynolds and his crew aboard the ship Serenity. Desperate to gain income while simultaneously maintaining a low profile, they pick up a set of passengers … Continue reading
In the second episode of Firefly, which was actually the pilot for most people, the show settles in to what will be the main storytelling device for the rest of the season. (I think.) As the crew takes on another … Continue reading
In the third episode of Firefly, Whedon and crew tackle the abandoned spaceship trope to crank up the suspense. When Mal discovers what is on the ship (and what did it), we see the captain in fear for the very … Continue reading
In the fourth episode of Firefly, a slow episode dealing with aristocrats, ruffling dresses, and companions turns into a fast-paced (and, admittedly, bizarre) duel scenario in which Mal fights for Inara’s honor and respect. Yes, Mal gets into a fight. … Continue reading
In the fifth episode of Firefly, we get a much-needed flashback to explain more of Simon and River Tam’s life; unfortunately, the method that triggers it is a near-fatal gunshot wound and a kidnapping. Intrigued? Then it’s time for Mark … Continue reading
In the sixth episode of Firefly, Mal’s bizarre relation with women is put to the test when he drunkenly marries a complete stranger. Intrigued? Then it’s time for Mark to watch Firefly.
In the seventh episode of Firefly, the crew visits the Canton territory for a job, returning to a place Jayne once had trouble with. When Jayne learns that his actions turned him into a local hero, he revels in the … Continue reading
In the eighth episode of Firefly, nothing is really that funny at all and I might have to use the “Jurassic Bark” GIF more times than should be legal. Intrigued? Then it’s time for Mark to watch Firefly.