Wednesday, February 20, 2013

NBC-Universal / SyFy Channel is The "Anti-Science Fiction" and The "Anti-Battlestar Galactica" Corporation


The notorious "Universal Studios Black Tower", where crappy decisions involving the entire Science Fiction genre have been routinely made since they purchased the once great Sci-Fi Channel (and proceeded to obliterate it via bad management) in the late 1990s.

The "Black Tower's" routine mismanagement of the "Battlestar Galactica" property since 1978 has resulted in this "Third Potential Space Fantasy Property" right behind "Star Wars" and "Star Trek" being afflicted with....

...."Corporate Mismanagement Downs Syndrome"........

"Battlestar Galactica" has been "Mentally Retarded" from decades of mismanagement from the above "Black Tower", and Ronald D. Moore's ludicrous misinterpretations of the property.

Justice in the form of "Bad Karma" has struck right back at NBC-Universal / SyFy Channel however. All three of their ludicrous misinterpretations of "Battlestar Galactica"...

2. Caprica
3. Blood & Chrome

are never in demand in the forms of "Stripped Syndication Packages", either domestically or internationally. No one anywhere in the world wants to buy these three stupid productions and rerun them 5 days a week on their television stations. The reasons are...

1. GINO was four low rated seasons of bad scriptwriting and producing.

2. Caprica only ran for what....5 episodes?

3. Blood & Chrome was a one shot turd movie on SyFy Channel already as looked down upon as was the "Mockingbird Lane" movie on NBC last October.

Where are all three of these productions now? Buried somewhere in the domestic Wal-Mart DVD inventory always drastically on sale, and always drastically on sale on

Gee, I wonder why!!

It's back to the corporate drawing boards for NBC-Universal when it comes to them always demanding that Science Fiction and "Battlestar Galactica" be done their way (the sucky, incorrect way and lacking any sort of profits sort of way), or no way at all, isn't it?


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