Adult Interest?

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Rachel
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Adult Interest?

Postby Rachel » Tue Mar 26, 2002 5:05 pm

Does anyone know of someone who became a fan of Thawks and/or Starfleet from discovering it as an adult? I'm pretty sure I would still be addicted if I had happened to see them for the first time now; I bet they're the best 2 examples of their genre, ever! But I'm glad I originally saw them as a kiddy, because it adds that special element of nostalgia.

GenoGear
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Adult Interest?

Postby GenoGear » Tue Mar 26, 2002 10:58 pm

My dad thinks Star Fleet and Terrahawks are class and he's 45. Well he did see back in the day aswell.

Rachel
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Adult Interest?

Postby Rachel » Tue Apr 09, 2002 5:32 pm

GenoGear, please tell your dad, from me, that he rocks!

GenoGear
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Adult Interest?

Postby GenoGear » Tue Apr 09, 2002 6:46 pm

LOL. Yeah he wil just say "I already know that."

Rachel
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Adult Interest?

Postby Rachel » Thu Apr 11, 2002 9:16 pm

My dad used to enjoy Terrahawks, back in '84. He was a fan of the older Anderson programmes when he was a boy; and besides, he liked Windsor Davies. He missed Thawks at least as much as I did, when it finished on TV (I remember him saying so).Mum wasn't into it so much; she was never really into Gerry A. To be honest, I probably wouldn't want to encourage her to watch the videos with me, because somehow she can usually tell when I have a crush on someone, before I say it out loud (is everyone's mum like that?), and if she discerned my feelings for Zelda's eligible son, I would die! However, I was disappointed that Dad only vaguely remembers the show, nowadays, and didn't seem inclined to watch much of it.Mu


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