Which is the best Sci Fi series...Past and Present

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I know everyone has their favourites, Burnt Chips asked this question on another forum and I thought it would make a good poll (thanks Dave).

It can be one from the past which may have been ground breaking at the time, or perhaps one of the present ones that perhaps broke new ground.

If your selection isn't there, I can add it, so please post in this thread.

If you hate Sci-fi, there is an option for that as well. :)
 

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I like babylon 5 but the original star trek is more nostaligic, so I voted for it.
 

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Decisions Decisions

Theyre all good in their own way, however I would always sneak downstairs late at night for the original 'The Outer Limits'

Black and White, unique stories every week, and put a lot of the stars in the more modern SciFi classics listed on the map
 

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Not really into Sci-Fi but i like Red Dwarf.Im also old enough to remember Space 1999 now that was good, espec when that woman used to change into different creatures :D

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LEE u seen the misses then Uhh (fellow manc) i bet your a blue.
 

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Originally posted by Burnt Chips
i bet your a blue.

:eek: Die hard Red here :D after the weekends results were back on track
 

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Originally posted by lee32uk
:eek: Die hard Red here :D after the weekends results were back on track

he`s a definate red!!
i`m just thankful you didn`t bring that piccy with you from all forums lee!!!)(-)( :D )(-)( :D :p
 

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Originally posted by bigrandydavid
he`s a definate red!!
i`m just thankful you didn`t bring that piccy with you from all forums lee!!!)(-)( :D )(-)( :D :p


this is for you lee
:D :D
 
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hi

sorry i have never watched any of these so i can not vote for any of them these programmes i have never like at all
if i did vote i would have voted do notr watch them.

sorry
yours
digitalguy <@>
 
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its got to be X files for me Guyz
great series kept me entertained for hours
Best regards
Al
 

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Bloody hell, I'd forgotten all about V, I'll add it now.

Its only when you start writing a list that you realise how many series there were. :)
 

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@ Bigal993, always liked X Files, but not hardcore Sci Fi in my opinion, would still be in the top 5 though.
 

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Thought that might be your favourite Jester. ;)
 

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For me, the original Star Trek just edges out Dr Who. Both were very well made in their own way with ST being ahead of its time in terms of content. Dr Who was clever in the way that the Doctor continued for years in a different form and technically brilliant given that it was originally made in a simple studio.

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4 Me its got to be Star Trek Voyager 7 of 9 in that Cat suit
do i need to say more .....;) so i put in my vote
 

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Yes, Seven of Nine is a big plus (She was also in Dark Skies), but the Vulcan Science officer in Enterprise is pretty horny as well. :)
 

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I'm with Channel Hopper on this one. The original series of "The Outer Limits" is definitely my favourite (not too keen on the new colour version though). I'm also a big fan of "The Twilight Zone" (again, I'm referring to the original B&W series) but I'm not sure whether it quite fits the category of "Sci-Fi"... I guess that's why it hasn't been listed here. :confused

Dave
 
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What can I say its the DOGS BO**OCKS. As Star Wars is not there and I mean the original 3 not the 2 thats done mostly by CGC they are the all time favs for me.

Great Poll m8.

Master

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