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« on: November 30, 2014, 11:50:11 PM »

I watched it when I was younger with my dad and recently a obtained all 4 seasons and gotten my dad back into it. As well as one off my best friends. Another friend off mine, his friend, as well as myself. I now have a show I can get into. And the good thing compared to supernatural and other shows with a strong Fandom, is that is there is a small group off us. Something about that makes it more appealing to me. The fandom is still strong though from what I have observed on other forums, don't worry I am NEVER leaving the supernatural fandom. That just goes against the laws off physics. But anyways LEXX is...

A very obscure show. With lots off sexual innuendos. And a very dark twisted sense off humor. About 3.5 fugitives from the capital planet off the light universes overlord. Who escape on the most powerful ship ever created in both the light and the dark universes. This ship is called the LEXX. That they steal. And by doing so. Escape their overlord (the Divine shadow) by making there way into the dark zone. So that means they come across off lot off strange stuff and dangers. They are doing this in search off a new home. But there are people who want the LEXX and that are coming after them. So the show has a lot off chance for some very out there situations.

If you have not seen it I suggest it considering this forums members taste in movies (The reason we are all here) Worth at least seeing for yourself. Also if members have seen it I am predicting a debate that is going to happen to do with which actress played Zev/Xev Bellringer best (The first actress is Eva Habermann, and Xenia Seeberg who played most off the series) As well as which one is hotter etc... Cause :P lol just cause. But lets not neglect the other characters.
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« Reply #1 on: December 01, 2014, 07:40:57 AM »

I'm a fan of that show, got the first two seasons on DVD  Smile  And I'm an Eva Habermann fanboy   Thumbup 
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« Reply #2 on: December 01, 2014, 10:04:59 AM »

I'm a fan of that show, got the first two seasons on DVD  Smile  And I'm an Eva Habermann fanboy   Thumbup 

I personally can not choose. Dx I am indecisive. Eve did not leave the show or was kicked off. After making the first season, She went to find work. Cause she did not know there would be a second season. By the time season 2 was announced, she had already had another commitment. So she could not do it. Both actresses are hot for their own reasons.
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« Reply #3 on: December 01, 2014, 09:27:55 PM »

I got to go with Xenia Seeberg for the more attractive Xev, particularly in the later seasons when she had her hair a little longer and not as bright.  But that's just me.

I think Stanley for the most part was my favorite character.  I've seen plenty of show that star "the everyday ordinary guy" but Stanley really is one of the few that really felt like an average person.  He could be weak willed, selfish, was a little older and not quite as attractive as he would have been if the show had been produced now a days where even the nerds of a show look like fashion models.
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« Reply #4 on: December 23, 2014, 09:59:45 AM »

I got to go with Xenia Seeberg for the more attractive Xev, particularly in the later seasons when she had her hair a little longer and not as bright.  But that's just me.

I think Stanley for the most part was my favorite character.  I've seen plenty of show that star "the everyday ordinary guy" but Stanley really is one of the few that really felt like an average person.  He could be weak willed, selfish, was a little older and not quite as attractive as he would have been if the show had been produced now a days where even the nerds of a show look like fashion models.


I think the fact that Stanley is the everyday ordinary guy in an odd situation with really out there people. It just adds to Stan. It just somehow does.

Also when you consider that the robot head 790 is never going to die and it forced to exist with his brain completely distorted by that love slave transformation, originally meant for Zev. Forced to be obsessed with someone with no body off his own to do anything about it in that sense. You gotta wonder who has the worse fate? Also Ironically 790 programed the curse he is enslaved by. But Zev got away. Cruel twist off fate ey? Kinda Karma in a way...
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« Reply #5 on: February 14, 2015, 05:19:55 AM »

I love Lexx and Eve!
It was one of the best musical episodes and despite how goofy it is, I was genuinely on the edge of my seat as season two came to a close. So there was good sci fi hidden under all the sex gags and cheap CGI.

Season four was a little too much for me though.
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