Loz (lozenger8) wrote,
Loz
lozenger8

So many references...

Sometimes, when I am very bored, I like to put meta episodes like SG1's "200" on and have the best. time. ever.

I love Ben Browder so much. I think I just gave myself another TV show I can watch. I've only seen around 5 episodes of SG1 since after Jack left.

ausmac has me thinking; If they had to go for someone relatively built to play Sam in the US Life on Mars, why couldn't it have been Ben Browder?

I really wish they'd recast and get Ben Browder. He's so great. He can cry convincingly. He does stoic. He does dry humour. He does that whole closed-off/slightly-monotonous thing Sam does. He's my ideal American!Sam by a great stretch. I'm finding it difficult to find a Gene who would still not look completely ridiculous when he slams Browder!Sam into walls, but, still.

I apparently only have one Farscape icon and no Ben Browder close ups. I must rectify this. ETA: Rectified.
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