can anyone tell me what the crazy episode was, late on in Mulders time, when a fisherman finds a doll at sea and gives it to his daughter. but the doll is crazy and can talk and predict who will be harmed / does the harming some how. In the end the doll gets microwaved or something and it appears on another fishing boat at the end.
From someone who was so full of passion and honour to later be so corrupted, it was an interesting end I would not have foreseen in season one.
4. Marissa in The OC
A touchy moment, that is sad as well as meaningful, but the character was too destructive and the writers had taken her her course and really left her with only one way out.
3.Carson Beckett in Stargate Atlantis
A sad moment, I almost shed a tear. It was sad to see him leave the series. But the series did ruin this moment by bringing him back in clone form.
2. Wash from Serenity
After the death of Shepherd Brook earler on you can't believe that someone else is going to die and the moment is pure brilliance. Although technically not a TV program, it was spawned from a show and Wheldon said it would have happened in the series.
1. Janet Fraiser in Stargate SG-1
A moment of true sadness. The fact you know someone has died but don't find out for half the episode is amazingly strong. I loved the character and she is sorely missed.
This sounds really cool. It sounds like its i robot (the film) meets terminator series. Both which are classics in my mind. Though this could quite easily be a trilogy - it be nicely played out in a two hour movie. I'm curious whether it will be lab based though or based in the streets, running house to house as they say.
Just thought I would say that I loved the pitch. There is certainly a charm about the characters, all of them see to be a lot more 3D then you sometimes get. There is potential for some real drama but I noticed there is also the chance to lighten the mood in some cases, which would certainly pull a punch when the nitty gritty drama comes back in.