Fanlisting WishlistThese are the fanlistings that I'd give almost anything to have - within reason, obviously - arranged alphabetically. If you're the owner of one of them and would like to pass it on to me (I can dream!), then please e-mail me :)
Despite the fact that Fringe broke my heart throughout its entire run, I loved it. It's dimension-hopping, time-travelling antics were amazing, ridiculous and gripping, and despite all the drama, it never lost its sense of humour. Or wordplay!
Generation KillApplied/Rejected: 0
Even though it was shown ridiculously late here, I diligently stayed up to watch Generation Kill for each of the short few weeks it was on. And it was more than worth it. An unflinching account of the invasion of Iraq as seen through the eyes of a journalist embedded with a platoon of Recon Marines, Generation Kill is the type of TV that stays with you long after your initial viewing.
Olivia DunhamApplied/Rejected: 0
Olivia Dunham is the central character from Fringe. Dynamic, driven and damaged, Olivia is an unforgettable character who never shied away from her emotions when it came to work, but struggled with them on a more personal level, all whilst never saying no to taking a bunch of drugs and getting into a sensory-deprivation tank.
Space: Above & BeyondApplied/Rejected: 1
It is an absolute travesty that this programme was so short-lived. It had everything - interesting characters, action and adventure, humour, thought-provoking plots and much more. Over a decade later I still count this is one of my favourite TV programmes.
Star Trek: Deep Space NineApplied/Rejected: 0
My favourite of the various Treks. DS9 offered us a vision of an imperfect future where people were flawed and not always very nice. The huge political angle made it stand out from its sibling shows, but despite the seriousness of many of its plotlines, it never lost its sense of humour.
Wade Wilson aka DeadpoolApplied/Rejected: 1
Unstable. Unbalanced. Unbelievably unbelievable. Wade Wilson is a merc-for-hire with a penchant for causing mayhem, eating Mexican food, and casually breaking the fourth wall. Bouncing between hero, villain and god only knows what, Deadpool is an unforgetable, ridiculous character that you can never quite bring yourself to hate even when he's at his most despicable/awesome.