Moonlight on SyFy - next marathon November 10, 2011

Moonlight on SyFy - next marathon November 10, 2011

Postby redwinter101 » Sat Jan 17, 2009 4:07 am

As I'm sure you all know, Sci Fi starts airing re-runs on January 23rd.

Here's a link to the Moonlight section of their site:

http://www.scifi.com/moonlight/

I'm a little concerned that their episode listing is out of order (and apparently they're showing an episode called Fleur de Lisa. Sigh.) but here's hoping they pull in some new fans.

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Re: Moonlight on Sci Fi

Postby Kelly » Sat Jan 17, 2009 5:15 am

redwinter101 wrote:As I'm sure you all know, Sci Fi starts airing re-runs on January 23rd.

Here's a link to the Moonlight section of their site:

http://www.scifi.com/moonlight/

I'm a little concerned that their episode listing is out of order (and apparently they're showing an episode called Fleur de Lisa. Sigh.) but here's hoping they pull in some new fans.

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I suppose they got it mixed up with Mona Lisa. ;) However, at least they're doing better than the WB site. In their summary of ML, they said that Mick St. John was a P.I in NEW YORK!! And they created the show :lol:
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Re: Moonlight on Sci Fi

Postby redwinter101 » Sat Jan 17, 2009 5:17 am

Don't these people ever *watch* their own shows?

Bizarre
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Re: Moonlight on Sci Fi

Postby Kelly » Sat Jan 17, 2009 5:18 am

redwinter101 wrote:Don't these people ever *watch* their own shows?

Bizarre

Obviously not...otherwise we'd have a season 2. But it's probably best not to open that can of worms :roll:
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Re: Moonlight on Sci Fi

Postby eris » Sat Jan 17, 2009 5:39 am

redwinter101 wrote:Don't these people ever *watch* their own shows?

Bizarre


Remember this is Sci-Fi -- the same network that jerked the plug on the longest running American science fiction series in history when it was still at full steam in favor of an experimental one.

Now I LOVE Eureka (I bought it off Itunes), but let me tell you a little something about Stargate SG-1 for those of you unfamiliar with it. You think ML fans are rabid? They aren't even in the same weight class. And SG-1 has to have snuck the BEST dig at TPTB into their show EVER!!! Watch the clip and listen to the dialogue.

Remember: The "program" "Stargate" on the Sci-Fi "network" pulled that network out of the hole. It was replaced by "Eureka".


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yPt3Cgvrjy4
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Re: Moonlight on Sci Fi

Postby Kelly » Sat Jan 17, 2009 5:43 am

eris wrote:
redwinter101 wrote:Don't these people ever *watch* their own shows?

Bizarre


Remember this is Sci-Fi -- the same network that jerked the plug on the longest running American science fiction series in history when it was still at full steam in favor of an experimental one.

Now I LOVE Eureka (I bought it off Itunes), but let me tell you a little something about Stargate SG-1 for those of you unfamiliar with it. You think ML fans are rabid? They aren't even in the same weight class. And SG-1 has to have snuck the BEST dig at TPTB into their show EVER!!! Watch the clip and listen to the dialogue.

Remember: The "program" "Stargate" on the Sci-Fi "network" pulled that network out of the hole. It was replaced by "Eureka".


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yPt3Cgvrjy4

Now THAT was genius! Loved it!
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Re: Moonlight on Sci Fi

Postby mitzie » Sat Jan 17, 2009 9:32 am

eris wrote:
redwinter101 wrote:Don't these people ever *watch* their own shows?

Bizarre


Remember this is Sci-Fi -- the same network that jerked the plug on the longest running American science fiction series in history when it was still at full steam in favor of an experimental one.

Now I LOVE Eureka (I bought it off Itunes), but let me tell you a little something about Stargate SG-1 for those of you unfamiliar with it. You think ML fans are rabid? They aren't even in the same weight class. And SG-1 has to have snuck the BEST dig at TPTB into their show EVER!!! Watch the clip and listen to the dialogue.

Remember: The "program" "Stargate" on the Sci-Fi "network" pulled that network out of the hole. It was replaced by "Eureka".


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yPt3Cgvrjy4



I have the whole d*mn collection of Stargate SG-1 on DVD. Loved that show to death!! :mrgreen:

I can't even imagine how out of order they will show Moonlight??!! :lol: :lol: :mrgreen:

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Re: Moonlight on Sci Fi

Postby wpgrace » Sun Jan 18, 2009 2:34 pm

In the forum, there is a thread called Moonlight Sister Boards... that's the one that has links to fansites...

That's the one I had seen last week, anyway...

IF y'all are wanting to link there... you SEEM to be doing just fine without it... ;)
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Re: Moonlight on Sci Fi

Postby redwinter101 » Sun Jan 18, 2009 2:43 pm

Thanks, Grace. I'll pass it along to P.

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Re: Moonlight on Sci Fi

Postby alyssa » Mon Jan 19, 2009 3:51 am

I am soooo excited about this, I can't even tell you the amount of times I have seen them advertise it. I have been flipping the channel back and forth since Friday night and they keep airing the commercial, they are doing a much better job of promoting it then CBS ever did....I'm just saying.
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Re: Moonlight on Sci Fi

Postby wondergirl9847 » Tue Jan 20, 2009 11:08 pm

redwinter101 wrote:As I'm sure you all know, Sci Fi starts airing re-runs on January 23rd.


OMG, really!?!!

:lol: J/K.

I can't believe that starting this Friday, we'll all be glued to the TV again. I hope and pray they don't cut stuff out, because Sci-Fi is really bad about cutting shows to put in more commercials. :roll:
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Re: Moonlight on Sci Fi

Postby librarian_7 » Tue Jan 20, 2009 11:17 pm

So when my husband caught me watching SciFi channel and I told him I was just trying to catch the ML promo, he decided I'm way past crazy. (Shouldn't he have noticed that before now?)

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Re: Moonlight on Sci Fi

Postby wpgrace » Tue Jan 20, 2009 11:29 pm

librarian_7 wrote:So when my husband caught me watching SciFi channel and I told him I was just trying to catch the ML promo, he decided I'm way past crazy. (Shouldn't he have noticed that before now?)

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He was probably in denial but it's a good thing you've finally clocked him with reality... some of these husbands just cling to their delusions...he'll be a healthier, happier man once he learns to embrace his wife's "crazy"... (special ellipsis just for you, btw)... ;)
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Re: Moonlight on Sci Fi

Postby allegrita » Wed Jan 21, 2009 12:36 am

wpgrace wrote:He was probably in denial but it's a good thing you've finally clocked him with reality... some of these husbands just cling to their delusions...he'll be a healthier, happier man once he learns to embrace his wife's "crazy"... (special ellipsis just for you, btw)... ;)


According to a certain Mr. O'Loughlin, the proper term is "craaaaaaaaaaaaazy." I'm just sayin'...
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Re: Moonlight on Sci Fi

Postby wpgrace » Wed Jan 21, 2009 1:31 am

allegrita wrote:
wpgrace wrote:He was probably in denial but it's a good thing you've finally clocked him with reality... some of these husbands just cling to their delusions...he'll be a healthier, happier man once he learns to embrace his wife's "crazy"... (special ellipsis just for you, btw)... ;)


According to a certain Mr. O'Loughlin, the proper term is "craaaaaaaaaaaaazy." I'm just sayin'...



I stand corrected by a certain Mr. O'Loughlin... ;)

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