This week's edition of Hottest Stories (as calculated by your very own clickies) and Best Comments (whatever moved the conversation along, made us laugh, or just seemed "best" at the time) is filled with love, toys, bears with fish, Trek/Who, John Carter, scantily clad bounty hunters, zombies, Spock tattoos ... and a farewell to a friend.
Your best comment: I`LD CLONE THAT FOR A DOLLAR! — EDGE
Your best comment: Nothing necessarily all that false about Daniel Radcliffe's age effects in HP8, especially since he's only supposed to be 30-something. This picture of me was taken at the age of 60-something -- and I'm not a wizard.
Apart from that, how about Mira Furlan as 140-year-old Delenn in "The Deconstruction of Falling Stars"? — John
Your best comment: Captain James Tiberius Kirk alone on Valentine's Day? I think not. He would be host to an interstellar orgy if his past record says anything for Jim. — ChimiChow
Your best comment: I always wondered why there was no Tarkin action figure in Kenner's original line in the 1970s. After all he was a pretty relevant character in the film. I'd always assumed that Peter Cushing had never agreed to allow his likeness to be used in that manner or something, though it seemed odd considering what a genre film star he was. — Melora
Your best comment: It's not like this is some obscure trivia buried in the Appendices; it's one of the first things Gandalf tells us about the Ring. FotR, Chapter 2:
'I cannot read the fiery letters,' said Frodo in a quavering voice.
'No,' said Gandalf, 'but I can. The letters are Elvish, of an ancient mode, but the language is that of Mordor, which I will not utter here.'
Do I need a girlfriend? Well, I doubt my wife would like the idea. — Paul
Your best comment: When you've seen a million orcs rushing Helm's Deep you know that you can't trust pictures or movies anymore. — Kermonk
Your best comment: All the rest can stay on the showroom floor.... give me my Munsters Action Figures! Those are awesome, and some of the best likenesses of any characters turned into action figures I have ever seen. I liked the use of themes from Munsters Go Home, as the movie was fun and full of quirky actors and didn't lose the feel of the tv series at all. — beggly
Your best comment: That figurine of Scarlett as Widow shows she wore her skintight outfit way too tight and it cut off her circulation and crushed her limbs! — Boogienosedman
Your best comment: I always figured "The Q" was an homage to "The Who" anyways...
Their apparent omnipotence, all of which is seen thru the eyes of the Enterprise/Voyager crew, could be achieved via time travel.
That's right, The Q = Timelords — Lare
Your best comment: You might point out that Hinds and Purefoy were both in the superb series Rome. Hinds played Julius Caesar, and Purefoy played Mark Antony. — David Dvorkin
Your best comment: After watching that movie, I think my 15 year old son put it best when he said "Well, that's just F'd up" — Jaxx
Your best comment: In 15 years and a couple kids, those will look like a couple bad Salvador Dali paintings — clane
Your best comment: I'm very sorry to hear that you are leaving Grant. My husband and I have been watching since the show started. I hope you have great success in whatever path your next adventure takes you. We would love to see you come back as a consultant or guest to Ghost Hunters. So that we may see you from time to time. Your contributions to the research for truth as it pertains to the existance of Ghosts and the paranormal, has been inspiration. Thank you. — Theresa Maddock