I Liked the Result

You scored as Seren­i­ty (from Fire­fly). You like to live your own way and do not enjoy it when any­one but a friend tries to tell you that you should do dif­fer­ent­ly. Now, if only the Reavers would quit try­ing to skin you.

Com­ing on Decem­ber 1, 2005:
Your Ulti­mate Sci-Fi Pro­file: which sci-fi crew would you best fit in? The Sequel

Seren­i­ty (from Firefly)


Mil­len­ni­um Fal­con (from Star Wars)


SG‑1 (from Stargate)


Neb­uchad­nez­zar (from The Matrix)


Bebop (from Cow­boy Bebop)


Enter­prise D (from Star Trek)


Galac­ti­ca (from Bat­tlestar: Galactica)


Moya (from Farscape)


Which sci-fi crew would you best fit in? v1.0
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I find it even more appro­pri­ate that Farscape is ranked last than that Seren­i­ty is ranked first. While the show is well-done, and I’ve liked some of it, it’s nev­er been com­fort­able. I just can’t enjoy watch­ing it.

I final­ly real­ized why last year—all the char­ac­ters are con­stant­ly snip­ing at each oth­er, and that’s when they’re get­ting along. I hate being around peo­ple like that, and I cer­tain­ly don’t want to seek out that sort of thing in my enter­tain­ment. curiousmay9 said that was part of what she liked best about it because it seemed more real­is­tic to her than oth­er shows.

While the crew of Seren­i­ty isn’t all lovey-dovey, there just isn’t the con­stant bitch­i­ness that’s tak­en for grant­ed on Farscape. 

The snarky per­son­al inter­ac­tions on Moya are just too much like some sit­u­a­tions I’ve had to deal with in real life, and I want my enter­tain­ment to be a nice escape. It’s the same rea­son I’m not into tru­ly dark any­thing, whether it be movies or RPGs or what­ev­er: I’ve had enough of that in real life. I don’t need any more of that. Peo­ple being nasty to each oth­er is some­thing I’ve cho­sen to stop tol­er­at­ing in my every­day life, and I don’t need to watch it on a screen, either.

Maybe I should add that to my “things I’ve learned from this breakup” list: how much snark­i­ness seems nor­mal or tol­er­a­ble to the oth­er per­son, even in fic­tion? My home life snark-tol­er­ance is rel­a­tive­ly low, as I need the home to be a haven. I don’t believe in sweep­ing prob­lems under the rug by any means. I think they need to be worked out; then, peo­ple need to let go of them. Those who have to keep bring­ing up issues that have been tak­en care of, who stay angry about them and trea­sure their gripes like jew­els, aren’t com­pat­i­ble with me/us.

Cur­rent Mood: 🙂good
Cyn is Rick's wife, Katie's Mom, and Esther & Oliver's Mémé. She's also a professional geek, avid reader, fledgling coder, enthusiastic gamer (TTRPGs), occasional singer, and devoted stitcher.
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