History Series / Lexx

26th Apr '17 5:58:50 PM ImpudentInfidel
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* ImmortalityBeginsAtTwenty: The Brunnen-G had this. Kai and his attack squadron, being young enough to be their natural age, were considered to be "newborn" when they died.


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* InMediasRes: The show opens with the last minutes of His Shadow's war against the Brunnen-G. We don't hear the rest of their story until ''Brigadoom'' at nearly the end of season 2.
23rd Mar '17 11:16:53 PM alnair20aug93
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* {{Walpurgisnacht}}: The show had a very weird episode called "Walpurgis Night" which featured the occult... among other things.
15th Mar '17 6:13:28 AM BoukenDutch
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* {{Walpurgisnacht}}: The show had a very weird episode called "Walpurgis Night" which featured the occult... among other things.
10th Mar '17 1:12:28 PM ImpudentInfidel
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* KangarooCourt: The Cluster's courts give the accused a holographic defense attorney which does nothing but enter a guilty plea.

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* KangarooCourt: The Cluster's courts give the accused a holographic defense attorney which does nothing but enter a guilty plea. The purpose of the court is maximum body count,but the attorney seems to exist just to rub it in.
8th Mar '17 3:14:45 PM system
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12th Feb '17 6:48:54 PM tonystork
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The show takes place in the dystopian "Light Universe", which is ruled by His Divine Shadow. He claims to protect the universe from the evils of the [[DarkWorld "Dark Universe"]], but it's later revealed that the "dark" universe is our universe. He converts a giant phallus, err, insect into an unstoppable killing machine called the Lexx. This thing is like a '69 Mustang which he's been restoring, and he can't wait to use it. Then a quartet of idiots somehow steal the deadliest weapon ever made from the most evil figure to ever exist, and now must run for their lives.

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The show takes place in the dystopian "Light Universe", which is ruled by His Divine Shadow. He claims to protect the universe it from the evils of the [[DarkWorld "Dark Universe"]], but it's later revealed that the "dark" universe is our universe. He converts a giant phallus, err, insect into an unstoppable killing machine called the Lexx. This thing is like a '69 Mustang which he's been restoring, and he can't wait to use it. Then a quartet of idiots somehow steal the deadliest weapon ever made from the most evil figure to ever exist, and now must run for their lives.
12th Feb '17 6:48:21 PM tonystork
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The show is set in the dystopian "Light Zone", which is ruled by His Divine Shadow. He claims to protect the universe from the evils of the [[DarkWorld "Dark Zone"]], but it's later revealed that the "dark" universe is our universe. He converts a giant phallus, err, insect into an unstoppable killing machine called the Lexx. This thing is like a '69 Mustang which he's been restoring, and he can't wait to use it. Then a quartet of idiots somehow steal the deadliest weapon ever made from the most evil figure to ever exist, and now must run for their lives.

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The show is set takes place in the dystopian "Light Zone", Universe", which is ruled by His Divine Shadow. He claims to protect the universe from the evils of the [[DarkWorld "Dark Zone"]], Universe"]], but it's later revealed that the "dark" universe is our universe. He converts a giant phallus, err, insect into an unstoppable killing machine called the Lexx. This thing is like a '69 Mustang which he's been restoring, and he can't wait to use it. Then a quartet of idiots somehow steal the deadliest weapon ever made from the most evil figure to ever exist, and now must run for their lives.



The show originated as a series of four TV movies, each one featuring a noticeable guest star: Barry Bostwick, Creator/TimCurry, Creator/RutgerHauer, and (of course) Creator/MalcolmMcDowell. The second season was spent wandering the two universes. As a cost-saving measure and an opportunity for long-form storytelling, the Lexx spent the last two seasons parked mostly in orbit. Season Three revolved around a new binary system: Fire, a barren wasteland, and Water, a lush paradise. It also introduced a new villain: Prince (Nigel Bennett of ''Series/ForeverKnight'' fame), a primeval force of chaos in the mold of a suave Brit. The Fourth and final season plants Lexx in {{present day}} Earth--albeit Earth as seen through the eyes of Creator/PaulVerhoeven and Creator/DavidCronenberg while tripping on LSD. It satirically skewers modern culture, with targets including militia fanatics, pretentious actors, politicians, internet porn, RealityTelevision, and {{Kaiju}} films.

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The show ''Lexx'' originated as a series of four TV movies, each one featuring a noticeable guest star: Barry Bostwick, Creator/TimCurry, Creator/RutgerHauer, and (of course) Creator/MalcolmMcDowell. The second season was spent wandering the two universes. As a cost-saving measure and an opportunity for long-form storytelling, the Lexx spent the last two seasons parked mostly in orbit.

Season Three revolved around a new binary system: Fire, a barren wasteland, and Water, a lush paradise. It also introduced a new villain: Prince (Nigel Bennett of ''Series/ForeverKnight'' fame), a primeval force of chaos in the mold form of a suave Brit. The Fourth and final season plants Lexx in {{present day}} Earth--albeit Earth as seen through the eyes of Creator/PaulVerhoeven and Creator/DavidCronenberg while tripping on LSD. It satirically skewers modern culture, with targets including militia fanatics, pretentious actors, politicians, internet porn, RealityTelevision, and {{Kaiju}} films.
7th Feb '17 3:39:03 PM ImpudentInfidel
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* ImmortalityBeginsAtTwenty: The Brunnen-G had this. Kai and his attack squadron, being young enough to be their natural age, were considered to be "newborn" when they died.


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* InMediasRes: The show opens with the last minutes of His Shadow's war against the Brunnen-G. We don't hear the rest of their story until nearly the end of season 2.
6th Feb '17 8:59:04 PM tonystork
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The show originated as a series of four TV movies, each one featuring a noticeable guest star: Barry Bostwick, Creator/TimCurry, Creator/RutgerHauer, and (of course) Creator/MalcolmMcDowell. The second season was spent wandering the two universes. As a cost-saving measure and an opportunity for long-form storytelling, the Lexx spent the last two seasons parked mostly in orbit. Season Three revolved around a new binary system: Fire, a barren wasteland, and Water, a lush paradise. And it introduced a new villain: Prince (Nigel Bennett of ''Series/ForeverKnight'' fame), a primeval force of chaos in the mold of a suave Brit . The Fourth and final season plants Lexx in {{present day}} Earth--albeit Earth as seen through the eyes of Creator/PaulVerhoeven and Creator/DavidCronenberg while tripping on LSD. It satirically skewers modern culture, with targets including militia fanatics, pretentious actors, politicians, internet porn, RealityTelevision, and {{Kaiju}} films.

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The show originated as a series of four TV movies, each one featuring a noticeable guest star: Barry Bostwick, Creator/TimCurry, Creator/RutgerHauer, and (of course) Creator/MalcolmMcDowell. The second season was spent wandering the two universes. As a cost-saving measure and an opportunity for long-form storytelling, the Lexx spent the last two seasons parked mostly in orbit. Season Three revolved around a new binary system: Fire, a barren wasteland, and Water, a lush paradise. And it It also introduced a new villain: Prince (Nigel Bennett of ''Series/ForeverKnight'' fame), a primeval force of chaos in the mold of a suave Brit .Brit. The Fourth and final season plants Lexx in {{present day}} Earth--albeit Earth as seen through the eyes of Creator/PaulVerhoeven and Creator/DavidCronenberg while tripping on LSD. It satirically skewers modern culture, with targets including militia fanatics, pretentious actors, politicians, internet porn, RealityTelevision, and {{Kaiju}} films.
6th Feb '17 8:58:13 PM tonystork
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'''''Lexx''''' (known in its first season in America as '''''Tales from a Parallel Universe'''''), is a German-Canadian co-produced SpaceOpera. It ran on the Creator/GlobalTelevisionNetwork and later the [[{{Creator/Syfy}} Sci-Fi Channel]] from 1997-2002.

The show takes place in the dystopian "Light Universe", which is ruled by His Divine Shadow. He claims to protect the Light Universe from the evils of the "[[DarkWorld Dark Universe]]", but it's later revealed that the Dark Universe is our universe. He converts a giant phallus, err, insect into an unstoppable killing machine called the Lexx. This thing is like a '69 Mustang which he's been restoring, and he can't wait to use it. Then a quartet of idiots somehow steal the deadliest weapon ever made from the most evil figure to ever exist, and now must run for their lives.

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'''''Lexx''''' (known in its first season in America as '''''Tales ''Lexx'' ([[AppropriatedTitle originally titled]] ''Tales from a Parallel Universe'''''), Universe'' in America), is a German-Canadian co-produced SpaceOpera. It ran on the Creator/GlobalTelevisionNetwork and later the [[{{Creator/Syfy}} Sci-Fi Channel]] from 1997-2002.

The show takes place is set in the dystopian "Light Universe", Zone", which is ruled by His Divine Shadow. He claims to protect the Light Universe universe from the evils of the "[[DarkWorld Dark Universe]]", [[DarkWorld "Dark Zone"]], but it's later revealed that the Dark Universe "dark" universe is our universe. He converts a giant phallus, err, insect into an unstoppable killing machine called the Lexx. This thing is like a '69 Mustang which he's been restoring, and he can't wait to use it. Then a quartet of idiots somehow steal the deadliest weapon ever made from the most evil figure to ever exist, and now must run for their lives.



The show originated as a series of four TV movies, each one featuring a noticeable guest star: Barry Bostwick, Creator/TimCurry, Creator/RutgerHauer, and (of course) Creator/MalcolmMcDowell. The second season was spent wandering the two universes. As a cost-saving measure and an opportunity for long-form storytelling, the Lexx spent the last two seasons parked mostly in orbit. Season Three revolved around a new binary system: Fire, a barren wasteland, and Water, a lush paradise. It also introduced Prince, a primeval force of chaos in the shape of a suave Brit (Nigel Bennett of ''Series/ForeverKnight'' fame). The Fourth and final season plants Lexx in {{present day}} Earth--albeit Earth as seen through the eyes of Creator/PaulVerhoeven and Creator/DavidCronenberg while tripping on LSD. It satirically skewers modern culture, with targets including militia fanatics, pretentious actors, politicians, internet porn, RealityTelevision, and {{Kaiju}} films.

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The show originated as a series of four TV movies, each one featuring a noticeable guest star: Barry Bostwick, Creator/TimCurry, Creator/RutgerHauer, and (of course) Creator/MalcolmMcDowell. The second season was spent wandering the two universes. As a cost-saving measure and an opportunity for long-form storytelling, the Lexx spent the last two seasons parked mostly in orbit. Season Three revolved around a new binary system: Fire, a barren wasteland, and Water, a lush paradise. It also And it introduced Prince, a primeval force of chaos in the shape of a suave Brit new villain: Prince (Nigel Bennett of ''Series/ForeverKnight'' fame).fame), a primeval force of chaos in the mold of a suave Brit . The Fourth and final season plants Lexx in {{present day}} Earth--albeit Earth as seen through the eyes of Creator/PaulVerhoeven and Creator/DavidCronenberg while tripping on LSD. It satirically skewers modern culture, with targets including militia fanatics, pretentious actors, politicians, internet porn, RealityTelevision, and {{Kaiju}} films.
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