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Firefly in IGN’s Top 50 Sci-Fi TV Shows

Monday 21 February 2011, by Webmaster

This is one of those shows where you just can’t accept the fact that a second season will never come. Joss Whedon took his unique brand of awesome and put it on a spaceship full of space cowboy pirates who said "shiny" a lot and entertained us even more. Nathan Fillion’s Mal Reynolds is one of the most dynamic and uncompromising anti-heroes the genre has ever made; and his crew – everyone from Shepherd Book to "Two in the brain pan – squish squish" River Tam – showed us that supporting characters don’t have to be relegated solely to pushing buttons or answering hails.

Episodes like "Out of Gas" and "Ariel" have incredible repeat viewing value, mostly because we genuinely like these people even though what they do often errs on the side of "whatever it takes to get by." Firefly delivered on Trek’s "Wagon Train to the stars" premise with much more fun and daring than Trek ever did. While Serenity tides us over, our craving for that second season fix never goes away.


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