This is the third and final show, discussing Firefly and Serenity.

Time to cover the 2005 movie that closed out the TV series. Take a journey with us on the final flight of Serenity, a superb, funny, clever, emotional and mostly ignored Sci-Fi cult classic, destined to travel on and find new audiences, decades and even centuries into our future.

Joining me in this last stand Leah Haydu and Sharon Shaw of DorkCast, Matt Ramsey of DorkCast and Dorktunes, Gary Blower of GameBurst and Joshua Garrity of Cane and Rinse.

Stick around to the end for some goram hilarious outtakes and a wonderful version of the Firefly Theme from Michelle Dockrey entitled “Mal’s Song”.

Next week, we begin the epic, podcasting saga of The Lord of the Rings with a prologue show examining the books and animated films.

Author: Alex Shaw

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  1. Interesting, the way you guys stated the conflict between the alliance and independents, that is the exact same argument that the assassins and templars are in with Assassin’s Creed.

  2. Another amazing show – thank you so much for giving this movie (and the series) the respect and admiration it so greatly deserves.

    Did Sharon ever find that piece of fan-fic regarding Mal and the darkness closing in? That would be interesting to read.

    And just so you know, I miss hearing your swearing almost as much as you miss being able to swear.

  3. Hi Maureen. Thanks for the kind words.

    And yes I think this is the one she was talking about.

    And may I also say “Liou coe shway duh biao-tze huh hoe-tze duh ur-tze”


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