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MaddyWolf

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  1. I'd like to discuss the series but almost anything I post will end up being a big spoiler of one thing of another. Let me know when you finish the first season and we can post all kinds of spoilers.
  2. No, I was not a Wayfer (Never-Been-Way). I'm sorry I can't give you an answer from that perspective. I like the show a lot. I have not read the book, but I've seen the movie (1990, with Natasha Richardson) and found it interesting. So, when I saw the series starting, I decided to watch it. I'm fascinated with dystopian-worlds' stories, so this is up my alley. And the series delves into the past-lives of all of the main characters, weaving the tale of how they got to be where they are, and more importantly, all the behind-the-scenes on how Gilead was formed. I don't know how much
  3. Summing up: please refrain from getting me involved in something that has nothing to do with me. I rather like my reading-and-no-posting existence in this forum and I would like to continue it that way. Moderator's note: Hated to cut this post, seeing as it appears to be Mrs. Wolf's first. But she made reference to posts that have since been deleted (one violated more rules than we can count, and the others addressed the deleted post). We didn't want to delete her post entirely. Welcome to the Cafe, Mrs. Wolf. We hope to hear from you again.
  4. That's because it is cool. :) It's a great way of showing chemistry can be fun.
  5. "No ticket!" "Let my armies be the rocks and the trees — and the birds in the sky."
  6. I'll try to find a quote to post, but if anyone wants to post in my place, go ahead and continue playing...
  7. That would be Young Frankenstein... right? :unsure:
  8. "A person is smart. People are dumb, panicky, dangerous animals, and you know it." "You know what the difference is between you and me? I make this look good." "Fifteen hundred years ago, everybody knew that the Earth was the center of the universe. Five hundred years ago, everybody knew that the Earth was flat. And fifteen minutes ago, you knew that humans were alone on this planet. Imagine what you'll know tomorrow."
  9. That's the episode. :) Image in the Sand (the title refers to the other plot of the episode, concerning Sisko and his search to find out what the prophets wanted to tell him with a vision of the face of a woman.) Your turn, Wordwolf.
  10. I'll give you more quotes to see if someone can remember the name of the episode... "You want to get Jadzia into Sto-vo-kor - fine, fine, I'm all for it. But can't you do something more sensible? Make a donation in her name, or bribe someone." "It doesn't work that way, Quark." "Apparently there is a way for Worf to ensure that Jadzia gets into Sto-vo-kor. He has to win a great battle in her name." "I could let him beat me at tongo." "Not good enough - unless he has to carve his way through a hundred Jem'Hadar to get to the table." "What makes him think she's not in Sto-vo-kor?" "Well,
  11. "Hello, Benjamin." "Do I know you?" "It's me - Dax." I hope you can guess it, but if not, I'll post more quotes later tonight...
  12. "Romulans - they're so predictably treacherous." "I don't care how much he threatens me, that's the last time I ever sing 'All the Way'. He wants to hear it again, let him buy a Sinatra album." "Pretty soon the Defiant will be going into battle, Worf will be happy and the rest of us will be miserable."
  13. Right series, wrong episode. I'll post more quotes tomorrow. :)
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