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K10 - Cosmic Princess

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Matt Albrecht - about 1 month ago

This "movie" had so much tension - when would BRIAN BLESSED start yelling?

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Chuck Rubly - 4 months ago

This is cruel and really unusual punishment

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The last movie/tv show Martin Landau and Barbara Bain did together? The Harlem Globetrotters on Gilligan's Island.

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Bruce Ellsworth Reed - about 1 year ago

The first season of Space: 1999 was actually pretty good, the second was in need of help; but, overall, I liked it a lot.

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Rob Gullo - over 1 year ago

Growing up in Western NYS in the 70s our local CBS affiliate would show syndicated Sci Fi shows from 7:00 to 8:00 on Saturday. From Star Trek, to UFO, to Starlost to Space 1999. So I really dug Space Princess. I have not seen all year 0 episodes, but from the ones I have seen, it seems the crew has riffed the most on Space Princess.

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Robert Brown - over 1 year ago

This one hurt.

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Super McWonderfull - almost 2 years ago

Very good episode, especially coming from season ZERO. I noticed Brian Blessed is in this, he was the father to Edmund in the first season of THE BLACK ADDER, also plays Lord Locksley...... Robin hoods father, in ROBIN HOOD PRINCE OF THIEVES.... With Kevin Costner and Morgan Freeman.

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Mark Allen - about 2 years ago

I remember Space: 1999 when I was a kid, it ran in syndication locally. Now I'm reminded why I lost interest so quickly! Bad tv show.

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Sage Harpuia - over 2 years ago

Let's do the Space Warp again!

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NSteve - over 2 years ago

Was anyone else just slightly disappointed that Cosmic Princess has nothing whatsoever to do with Prince of Space?

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Chris Lake - over 2 years ago

Wow, this show really did run out of special effects budget when they got to the onscreen alien in the second half. Is that mask made of cardstock?

This has kind of whetted my interest in Space:1999. I like the idea of a British Star Trek. Do they really just drift around on the moon for two seasons, dependent on falling into "space warps" to hop between inhabitable planets and storylines?