Here's a list of our hottest (see Rosie Huntington-Whiteley above) stories and best comments this week, in case you missed anything. Think of this week-ending roundup as a DVR for SCI FI Wire.
Your best comment: First of all, this poll is bogus because your list is bogus: there are ONLY THREE real sci-fi programs on it: Fringe, V, and FlashForward. The rest is either spy-fi, which doesn't belong here (Chuck) or fantasy crap (anything with vampires and/or other elements that are impossible as opposed to just improbable, also epic fairy tales e.g. Legend of the Seeker). These are **all** inappropriate for this list. And your choices are inconsistent; why include The Vampire Diaries but not include other vampire programs, such as True Blood?
The most interesting sci-fi program of the last year you didn't even bother to include: the excellent Defying Gravity. And it is the season closer for that series, the episode entitled Kiss, that was my favorite. If you're only going to give me three other series to choose from (given that Stargate Universe hasn't ended its season yet), I'll rank the season finale of Fringe as a close second, but V and FlashForward were yawns. Give me the whole complicated, hopeful, noble, self-sacrificing, transforming story that is "Kiss" (as well as the episode that led into it and set up the finale, "Venus") over everything else. THAT, and Fringe, are the two that should be coming back. And the fantasy crap can go hang. Period!— webdiva
Your best comments: What did they inject into her lips, innertubes?— upload
My favorite pic is that one where she looks vapid and overtly sexual.— asocalguy
Your best comment: Ok, the second I saw this post, the first thing I thought was "If they don't mention the triple breasted women, I'm gonna Reeeaal pissed". Thank you.— ai6280
Your best comment: Looks more high-tech than anything durring WW2 could have been. This guy could be Captain American Gladiator. Pathetic.— Rob
Your best comment: I hope these cats don't go around sniffing each others behind.— Jtan
This is great news! All we need is Silverhawks and the 80's cartoon saga will be complete.— shadow
Your best comments: And I want a pony.— kernel_thai
Danger! Nerd orgy in progress. Enter at your own risk!— fernado poo
Your best comments: How could you forget Scott Pilgrim? Fanboys have been drooling over that one for months. Great article though. Nice to actually see a positive spin for a change instead of always hearing about how everything will suck.— cbing736
Just for grins and giggles, I'd like to see Sci-Fi/SyFy do a follow-up piece in October to "12 MUST-SEE sci-fi and fantasy movies of summer ". The best metric would be to do a side-by-side comparison of the box-office to what movies were a hit and what movies should be relegated to "coaster" status.— MCP-001
Your best comments: Take comfort guys. In the "Fringe" alternate universe these films exist, along with "Casablanca" starring Anne Sheridan and Ronald Reagan.— Gill Avila
Kurt Russell as Han Solo. He would have shot Greedo BEFORE he sat down at the table. — After Forever
Your best comment: Sounds pretty cool to me. I'm getting tired of people adhering to the comics so closely that the movie ends up sucking. (Yeah, I'm thinking of Watchmen in particular.)— crichton007
Your best comment: Looks like a metro-sexual biker.— Thor Fan
Your best comment: I agree with the article here in many ways although I enjoyed some of the story distractions as much as those that moved to story forward.
The four month hiatus was a death sentence for FlashForward. No amount of re-organization and tweaking of plot lines could save a show that was abandoned for so long. It would have been better to start all over again.
In my opinion, FlashForward didn't have a finale. It just stopped.— OldManInOhio
Your best comment: Tracy Lords as Dejah Thoris? Kill me now.— Kevin
Your best comment: LOL...you cats really have no clue. Its not gonna happen. Many of you are spewing your racists beliefs unconsciously, and the others are too slow to realize this article was written to get under people's skin. A few of your points are disjointed and ambiguous. Be more concise, and try to see both sides of an issue that has been going on since the damn of movie-making. You all need to relax!— Davros73