Few conversations between self-avowed geeks of my generation can last long without devolving into a single melancholy recollection: “I miss Firefly.” For the uninitiated among my readership, this was a sci-fi series in the early 2000s written and directed by Joss Whedon which didn’t survive it’s debut season. Many a debate and article has wondered over the “why” of Firefly’s failure, with most attributing it to the lack of popularity of genre fiction on prime-time television twenty years ago.

“You know nothing, corporate media.”
Seriously, TV could do with more Naked Fillion.
I intend to be non-compliant.
“You know what your sin is?”
“Sweetie, we’re crooks. If everything were right we’d be in jail.”

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