Aww, Moya is fun! ^^ I've not seen that much Farscape, but I've liked what I've seen, though sometimes it seems to border on crack-inspired craziness. I'd certainly rather be there than on Bebop.
I got Serenity, even though I've never seen Firefly. If I could choose, I'd probably pick either Moya or Deep Space Nine. (Actually, I'd pick the original USS Enterprise! How dare they not have TOS on there! :p)
I think it's worth seeing at least a few episodes of, though I actually watched the later episodes and the Peacekeeper Wars miniseries first; I still haven't seen any of season one. However, the characters seem complex and interesting. [Sci-Fi Channel unexpectedly canceled Farscape at the end of season four and later released the Peacekeeper Wars as a way to pacify the fans and tie up the loose ends from the TV series.]
While we're on the topic of sci-fi shows, have you ever seen Babylon 5? It tends to be compared to Deep Space Nine a lot on the Trek BBS, but I've never seen an entire episode.
(I also think that 7 Days, Red Dwarf, and Earth: Final Conflict could have been included on the quiz. Or at least Red Dwarf. And how about Doctor Who? Or the original Star Trek?)
I saw part of the movie and it was ok :)
Serenity, you mean? I would like to see it eventually, though I have a feeling seeing Firefly first might be useful.
I'd saw yes, but I wouldn't want to wear the uniform or sleep with William Shatner >.> because I'm a chick. Knowing my luck I'd also be a Ensign :'(
*laughs* That's true. And if you are assigned a red shirt, dye it blue! Immediately! (I'd also be wary of the practicalness of wearing mini-skirts on missions.)
Though, did Kirk actually sleep with any female crew members? There was Helen Noel from "Dagger of the Mine" whom Kirk kissed several times, but he was under mind control and it was instigated partly by Helen herself. All of the other females who either used to be or became involved with Kirk that I can think of were either non-Enterprise guest stars or crew members who became involved while Kirk was under alien influence (e.g., Ann Mulhall from "Return to Tomorrow").
Even of the non-crew females, some of them Kirk played up to in order to manipulate them (e.g., Sylvia from "Catspaw", Kalinda from "By Any Other Name", Miranda from "Is There in Truth No Beauty?", and - at least partly - Lenore from "The Conscience of the King"). Of those whom Kirk seemed to genuinely care about, I would include Edith Keeler from "The City on the Edge of Forever" (whom Kirk obviously didn't sleep with), Miramanee from "The Paradise Syndrome" (whom Kirk obviously did sleep with, although he was also amnesic at the time), and possibly Odona from "The Mark of Gideon".
I'm not quite sure what to say about Deela from "Wink of an Eye", whom it is suggested Kirk slept with, but he might have also done it for manipulation purposes. There's also Elaan from "Elaan of Troyius", who supposedly possessed special pheromones to drive men wild with passion, and Rayna from "Requiem for Methuselah", whom Kirk obviously didn't sleep with but with whom he fell in love incredibly fast.
. . . I know I've forgotten some characters, but my point was that, as much as Kirk has a reputation for being a playboy and sleeping with any beautiful woman who crosses his path, he really wasn't that extreme. I'm sure my preference for Kirk/Spock has nothing to do with it.
I'd want to be on TNG :3 with the Halodeck :3
*laughs* I swear, I don't know how they manage to convince crew members to actually do their work and not just spend all day on the holodeck. (Though actually, the holodeck was first introduced in the Star Trek: The Animated Series episode "The Practical Joker", so Kirk and crew did supposedly have access to one.)
[I'm convinced that The Animated Series is Star Trek's attempt at crack. Even though they might not have intended it that way, some of the episodes seriously watch like it. Especially "Mudd's Passion". I'm not sure whether it's one of the worst things I've ever seen or hilariously funny. There are, however, some serious, good episodes, like "Yesteryear" and "The Terratin Incident".]
I'm afraid that's all the Star Trek rambling I have for today, my dear doctor. I do hope to see you for lunch again soon. *Garak grin*