This week's Hottest Stories and Best Comments has it all: from excitement and adorable to not suitable for work and heartbreaking. Click through for a DIY stargate, a mini-Chewbacca, a mini-Thor, a NSFW Ryan Reynolds, a George R.R. Martin opining on SF TV, and all of Who fandom saying godspeed to Elisabeth Sladen.
Your best comment: Plus, if you act now, we will include not ten, not twenty, but thirty gate addresses! Don't waste time with random dialings. These are proven, safe worlds, each with a survival rating of 60% or better. Put your bid in today and begin your journey to the stars now.— Manos
Your best comment: I don't blame Clark for not wanting to wear the suit; try putting YOUR clothes in the freezer and then putting them on!— Weapon X
Your best comment: Richard Hatch (from Battlestar Galactica) had his first TV role in All My Children in the early 1970s. He went back to soaps after he did the original Galactica, with a brief stint in Dynasty in the mid 80s and then the ultra-trashy daytime Santa Barbara in the early 90s.
I also remember Kate Mulgrew doing an early episode of Dallas as a country & western singer who had a fling with Ray Krebbs! She never did THAT on the holodeck!— Melora
Your best comment: If you go back a few days or weeks, the exact same writers said the next "Star Trek" will "response to the critics of the first movie". Almost the same exact words. If "Transformers II" turned to crap because of this, how do you think J.J.'s "Star Trek 2" is going to be like? Hahaha...— Marcus
Your best comment: I can see their bumper sticker now, "Chewbacca is my Co-Pilot". — had to be said
Your best comment: Not sure what this says about my level of maturity, taste in movies, or moral center, but...That actually looked pretty funny.— Joseph
Your best comment: Sarah Jane was the first companion I remember seeing with the Doctor. I remember giving my heart to this wonderful, bubbly, beautiful girl. Now it feels there's an empty spot in my chest from losing someone I truly cared about. — Rob
Your best comment: Martin is a fantasy writer and a fan of television.
He has a right to opine. Just like the rest of us.
What, none of you are friends with people you have disagreements with? Because based on some of your attitudes, you should stop being their friends if you disagree with them.
After all, you're saying 'I won't read Martin or watch his show because I don't like his opinion.'
I swear to God, this blog's responses are filled with some of the most douchey responses I've ever read on the internet.
Those of you judging the man based solely on the fact that he didn't like the ending of a series need to chill out. He is a superior writer of fantasy fiction and he knows how to tell a story. At least trust that a New York times best seller, MANY TIMES OVER, knows the craft of storytelling well enough to have an educated opinion about it.
Frak, there are some morons on the internet.— Taiso
Your best comment: The password to enter is "Utinni". Also, there will be speakers 50' from the entrance playing the Jawa theme music, so that you can watch workers shuffle in from a distance.— HalJordan
Your best comment: I do see that he is getting bulked up, but putting him next to a really tall guy in the photo is kind of killing that point. — Bryan
Your best comment: Save me? Save you! I'll be here looong after you're all dead (remember the dinosaurs? I do!). Freakin' arrogant parasites...thanx for all the plastic though.— Earth
Your best comment: Try explaining THAT to your Insurance Agent! — Dave
Your best comment: Kuato better be in this movie.— Processor