Just watched Ariel for the first time and it quickly became my favorite for various reasons but especially the end. Particularly when Mal is about to space Jayne and Jayne asks what Mal will tell the crew. Then he asks him to make something up and not tell them of his betrayal. That is brilliant writing. Such a human thing to say. So real that I wouldn't have expected to see that in an action/adventure type genre. Very insightful and makes the character so real in my mind.
What's on your mind?
I've heard it said that Mal said it, and it sounds like something he'd say, but I can't find it anywhere, and I'm re-binge watching again, so I thought I'd ask the verse.
Did he ever say, "I know my limits. I just don't pay attention to them."
Despite its short run, Firefly burns just as brightly in our hearts as ever. If the show had gotten the time it deserved, what story lines do you wish Joss Whedon had been able to develop? What unresolved plot lines, or un(der)explored characters, relationships, locations, and lore didn't make it into Serenity that you really wished to see on screen?
Did they know/think that was the end when they made it?
Does anyone know the middle names of the crew?
Can anyone identify the type of tank it is?
Just started this show and I already love it. Why is there only 1 season?
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