Scifi Diner Conversations 11 – Just How Does Hulu Play Into Ratings? Listeners Discuss Fringe, Charlie Jade, Dark Angel, And More.
Here on our listener feedback show, diners discuss the importance of Hulu and how it plays into show ratings. We also discuss Dark Angel, Charlie Jade, No Ordinary Family, The Big Bang Theory, Fringe (obviously), Smallville and the death of Hawkman,whether Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader is better than Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part I, Walking Dead and how close a TV show should follow the comics, and the Warehouse 13 Christmas episode.
As a follow up to last weeks episode, Miles and Scott share fellow diners’ Christmas Lists. They were posted in the last show but here they are again:
- Wayne Henderson More well-made Philip K Dick movies.
- Cliff Griffin Caprica, Clone Wars, and Farscape DVDs. The Jedi Path vault edition. The Force Unleashed II.
- Judi Dionne Stargate: Universe on blu-ray.
- Brady Hardin Lost Finale Season on DVD.
- Jason Taylor Unanswered questions on LOST.
- Mike Crate Alas prices are too high so I won’t be buying or asking for DVD or Blu-ray boxsets but if MGM wants to ask a realistic price for SGU season 1 on Blu then santa can bring me that:)
- Carl Brand Want to start watching Supernatural based on all the positive feedback I have heard.
- Chelsea Jones Wants Tom Baker’s scarf, the Complete Series of Classic Doctor Who on DVD, the Buffy Comic Books, my closest to be painted like the Tardis, Red: The Werewolf Hunter on DVD, the figurines of Doctor Who, and the complete series of Andromeda on DVD.
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