December 07, 2005

SF Babes Brainstorming

OK. It's been more than four months since the last poll.

I'm not sure where to take this thing. I am planning to do the definitive Ardala better than Deering post (complete with dialogue excerpts and vidcaps from the movie/TV pilot) sometime during my Christmas vacation (I'm taking a couple of well-deserved weeks off at the end of the year). I'm also trying to figure out how to score an email interview with Pamela Hensley (i.e., "Ardala"), who put out a cookbook recently (Jewish-Sicilian cuisine? Cool).

Leave me a comment on what you would like to see, if anything. Some thoughts for discussion:

  1. Should I have some sort of "Hall of Fame?"

  2. Should I run less frequent contests (weekly was pretty challenging).

  3. Are there any egregious omissions from prior polls (be sure to check the category listing and the gallery before answering).

  4. Any other thoughts?


Posted by JohnL at December 7, 2005 10:59 PM | TrackBack

Weekly was probably way to frequent for a prolonged effort.

That said, you never did the chicks of Dune (movie and two miniseries to work with there).

Possibly monthly? I'm sure there's lots of overlooked SF.

No need for a hall of fame; just keep polling and maintain the gallery.

Hey, that's just my opinion.

Posted by: Gunner at December 8, 2005 12:06 AM

1. Sure! Take the most popular 4 or 5 ladies and pit them against each other.

2. I'd say monthly. You put a lot of effort into that poll, and woohoo! A lot more than I would.

3. Where's Trance Gemini from Andromeda? (Hubby's fav on that show.) The SF Babes from the 70's and 80's b-grade sci-fi horror movies?

How about some drawn Sci-Fi babes? Bell and Vallejo; Dawn; Heavy Metal, etc.

4. Your blog, your poll man. We just get the eye-candy and the voting rights. :)

Posted by: Rhianna at December 8, 2005 07:16 AM

The thing about Ardala/Deering is that Ardala was voluptuous, but had no waistline. Deering was fine but slender. It all depends on your taste. I preffer the latter.
As for Andromeda, all of the women on that show were scrumptuous, but I could never care much for the characters and allways thought of it as a "throwaway" show.

Posted by: Kyle N at December 8, 2005 09:41 AM

I've been missing the polls here too lately. You can always re-run some of the best-of's...

I've currently got a poll up for best 70's sci-fi thats doing well...

Posted by: Chad at December 17, 2005 10:12 AM
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