So, I've basically been working 7 days a week since Hurricane Sandy trying to keep my company in at least a somewhat functional state.
Well, I've got most of my company functional right now even though everyone is working in places other than our office. (our building is closed and will be for somewhere around a month)
I decided that I was taking Sunday off. (well, still did a few things) I wasn't sure what I was going to do, but I woke up early in the morning and flipped on the TV. The Channel was on the Science Channel. (one of my channels of choice) A show was just coming on called Firefly and they were going to run the entire series throughout the day.
I decided to see what it was and watched the first episode. It was kind of an off-beat Sci-Fi Western type show. I figured something like Tera Nova which wasn't all that good, but watched it anyhow.
Anyhow, it took an episode or two, but I actually found the show was actually very good and it just got better as it went on. (Mal starts out a bit difficult, but they cleaned up his character within a few episodes)
Anyhow, the show only has about 25 episodes before it was cancelled, but it has a huge cult following. (it's from 2002-2003) I suppose I never heard of it since I don't watch much TV.
Anyhow, it's on Netflix if you have it. If you like SciFi TV, I think you will like Firefly and I highly recommend it.
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