In Joss we trust.

Joss means ‘good fortune’ in ancient egyptian. It’s a good name. In the world of television writers, it’s my favorite name.
So: Firefly, Joss Whedon’s take on Sci-fi. I came into it cold: the previews and trailers didn’t do much for me, and I wasn’t sure about the premise, and I don’t trust the support of the Fox Network as far as I can comfortably spit a rat.
Love at first sight? Pretty much, and it sounds like there’s a lot of really good stuff coming along after a really fun first episode. I’m stoked.

4 Replies to “In Joss we trust.”

  1. I love the realism. What they did to that guy at the end was so kewl, so much a part of reality cause no one wants that guy after them.
    Hee can’t wait for the next one

  2. The last ten minutes made the show for me. When the guy made that whole speech, I was just thinking that they couldn’t let him go…
    Joss will provide, man, Joss will provide.

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