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Al is Guest Starring on Enterprise!

Discussion in 'Chit Chat' started by Draco_Auric, Apr 26, 2002.

  1. Draco_Auric

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    :eek:

    "thats right captain if you somehow restore continuity you have a 70% chance of getting Draco to watch again and then you can leap!" =D
     
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    that was two nights ago, but yeah, i noticed that guy too. it's funny those two being in a show together again. :D

    where's ziggy?!
     
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    yeah Dean Stockwell and Scott Bakula had better take on their roles from Quantum Leap..who cares about Enterprise. Woo, go Quantum Leap!
     
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    Re: Re: Al is Guest Starring on Enterprise!

    I just saw the commercial for it a little while ago, its on twice a week here. I think that when the series ends that they should do that little leap out animation on Bakula (although its not really in his life time(unless he lived for a loooong time)). =D
     
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    Quantum leap wasn't a bad show...but its plot wasn't exactly great. Leap into body, save them. Leap into body, protect them. Leap into body, stop them, etc...
     
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    joo speak bad abOOt teh quOnt1M I34P? :ar15:
     

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