Re: Edgy Razors...

From: Andy Hill <>
Date: Sat, 15 Apr 1995 10:30:31 -0700 (PDT)


On Fri, 14 Apr 1995, Dana Uehara wrote:

> OK, I've taken a bit of time to cool off here. After looking back at the

     Dana's allowed. We wouldn't have anything to read if he hadn't set
the list up. No prob.

> BTW, my poll is shaping up. The age ranges appear to be roughly 20 to 42
> and as far as I can tell there aren't any female list members (at least
> none that *responded* to my poll, anyway ;-) and quite a bit of you are on
> another list that I'm on (some more as lurkers than others).

     Callie Briggs, if you're out there in any form, Dana needs your stats
for the list. Actually, I'd heard something somewhere about most of the
show's fans being male, despite the effort that went into making the
characters appealing to women. But the simple fact of Usenet is that
there are far more men than women on board. The other mailing list
wouldn't happen to be "S***ic the H*****og", would it? (Deftly avoiding
another off-topic comment - grin!)

> My general comment about "Razor's Edge" -- good episode, although
> predictable. You can tell basically what's going to happen after Act I,
> although how exactly the story is resolved isn't as predictable. It does
> have some very good characterization on Razor's part (and even a little on
> T-Bone, tho moreso on Razor).

     Yeah, I saw this one scrambled, but could see enough to agree with
much of the above. I personally didn't catch on that Octopus missiles
didn't explode with that kind of force, though I had suspected the
"innocent citizens" weren't as innocent as made out. I followed up on
this with someone I know concerning why more of these types of
"character development" stories weren't's in the next post.


Received on Sat Apr 15 1995 - 13:27:29 PDT

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