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March 16, 2007



My favorite thing is that you're a law professor (soon to be tenured! hooray!) on top of all this. I don't think many of my professors even watch TV, much less geek TV.

Brian Tuftee

Nah, because Capt. Picard turns out to be a Cylon in the end, but one of the good ones, so he helps Galactica wipe out the entire Cylon fleet with a few well-placed photon torpedoes. It's a plot twist worthy of BSG.


Personally, I've always wondered who would win in a battle between Captain Picard and Darth Vader. As it turns out, someone has actually explored this question:

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