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Logan’s Run – Season 1, Episode 14: “Turnabout”

Oh, what a long and non-shirtless trip it’s been! I’ve so enjoyed plunging into the chiffon-filled world of the future. It’s fascinating to revisit these things with grown-up eyes and a much-different worldview. What have we learned in 13 episodes? That Logan couldn’t keep hold of his gun if it was glued to him. That he and Jessica apparently never boned. That Francis longed pensively for the bromance he and Logan shared in the City of Domes. And most of all, the future has force…

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Logan’s Run — Season 1, Episode 13: “Stargate”

Welcome to Matte City. No doubt, things are grim in our world today. And we have only two episodes left to indulge in a chiffon-filled world of the future to recap! This one features aliens, so let’s see what’s been going on in the galaxy while Earth domed itself off … just like we’re doing. Join us, won’t you for the penultimate Logan’s Run recap! PEW PEW PEW! This one is written by comic book scribe, Dennis O’Neil! WOW! I did not know that !…

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Logan’s Run — Season 1, Episode 9: “Judas Goat”

PEW PEW PEW! Looks like this episode’s moral dilemma is REM taking a human life … and it looks like there is some unfortunate neckwear choices AND still no sign of Francis in this week’s recap. Join us outside the City of Domes as we start our own countdown to the end of the season and series in this week’s Logan’s Run! What happens in City of Domes, stays in City of Domes! What the what!?! We open on the City of Domes! It’s been…

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Logan’s Run – Season 1, Episode 3: “Captured”

PEW PEW PEW! It’s time for more Logan’s Run! Scene where Greg Evigan Could Have Been Shirtless #1 This week, we dive right into the action. After we have a false biology lesson from REM. Logan asks what type of insect (that the audience NEVER sees) is and REM calls it a grasshopper. Now, I get that on prime time 70s TV, they didn’t want to show a cockroach. But they don’t show anything. Yet, REM claims grasshoppers would survive when all other life in…

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