Sunday, January 27, 2013

The SyFy Channel is Always Isolated From The Rest of The World, And Alone, When Trying to Do Science Fiction


What has been the modus operandi of the SyFy Channel everytime Bonnie Hammer, David Howe, and Mark Stern have a rotten idea for a television series or movie is that they are always by themselves when putting the rotten idea into production. No one outside of their company or their immediate circle is with them. No one supports them, no one agrees with them in thinking that their programming ideas are a great idea, no one thinks their programming rotten ideas are great Science Fiction, great "Battlestar Galactica", or even great television for that matter.

So, the SyFy Channel always does the Republican equivelent of trying to enact bad legislation and trying to force the bad legislation down the public's throat ("GINO", "Caprica", "Blood & Chrome.") The SyFy Channel absolutely stinks at what they do and the mass market television audience the SyFy Channel repeatedly fails to tap into for revenue knows it.

Science Fiction and "Battlestar Galactica" have proven to be a very lonely business and a very lonely existence for the SyFy Channel since they stink at doing both and no one outside of themselves and their paid stealth marketers from "Abraham & Harrison" always patrolling the Internet for criticisms against the SyFy Channel's crappy programming ideas support them.

It is a teeny-tiny limited world (with a teeny-tiny population I could count on both hands) the SyFy Channel exists in and is encased in everytime they try and do Science Fiction and "Battlestar Galactica." This teeny-tiny world always and only consists of Bonnie Hammer, David Howe, Mark Stern, Ronald D. Moore, and a half dozen stealth marketers from "Abraham & Harrison." They will always and only have each other to keep each other company whenever they attempt Science Fiction and "Battlestar Galactica" for the small screen.

Science Fiction and "Battlestar Galactica" has proven to be such a lonely professional life for Ronald D. Moore after failing commercially at both.....what is he doing now? Returning to the SyFy Channel for a supposed 13 episode order of some sort of instantly forgettable derivative project. Ronald D. Moore is returning to the SyFy Channel because he will always be a part of their commercially failing inner circle and every member of this inner circle wouldn't be hired for any reason anywhere else in Hollywood.

So this inner circle is always "doomed" to reunite with one another and produce even more commercially failing garbage on the SyFy Channel, always cut off from mass market success and the rest of the world.


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