The scene with Xev working a hand pump for food was amazing and showed some of the interesting points of the show. One theme was titillation with a subtle sexual theme. The nude scenes of Xev helped as well. I know you must have read the Lowercase second and subsequent words article, but that is only in general aspect.
More specifically, the lowercase second words for a TV show and movie can be found at 4. The lowercase word for a TV show follows that article, which in fact has been rejected by the community.
To conclude, I must state that the words movie and episode should be capitalized. DivineShadow the MoS states "Convention: Do not capitalize second and subsequent words unless the title is a proper noun such as a name ". The word "episode" is not part of the name of the episode hence is not a proper noun. For another thing, there is precedence yes, I did double-check ; try doing a search for " TNG episode " and see how many articles come up. Actually, the standard is to use the word "film" rather than "movie" within disambiguation parentheses.
Please don't revert war over this, it's a settled Wikipedia practice: Also please don't move pages to nonsensical titles like "Bobfee", that's vandalism. But that's a minor detail, I guess. Title LEXX episode — e. I guess they are 'episodic movies'. E Pluribus Anthony talk As I said before I don't really mind what they're referred to, although I do have a personal preference for movie as they have always been referred to as such. Anyhow, efforts are underway below to improve the lists and ep articles.
Given that and the recent failed nomination of the LEXX ep list for deletion, these articles require enhanced attention. Feel free to participate. I also feel like changing the jpg for His Divine Shadow , as I have a much better colour one. However, while not preferred, I wouldn't lose too much sleep if they were merged.
As for pix, go ahead! I thought picture selection would be easier, but it's even more difficult. It's tempting to display the series in terms of the minor cast members, but if you do that you end up with none of the core characters.
I've found I have no good pictures of Priest. Have to do character list now. I'm hoping it's season 2. I have not yet watched all of the Lexx epiodes, but the info in the article seems to be derived indirectly from a combination of broadcast material and college physics, which really does make it original research. If I am wrong, and the physics of Lexx's weapon are explained sometime in the series as described in the article, then could someone please put a reference to the relevant episode s in the article?
If not, the section should be deleted. I would say 'nuke it' if it wasn't for the fact that it doesn't appear to be there anymore anyway. The speed of light is also not mentioned at all. In season 2, they could see things happening across the universe in real time, which seems to suggest the speed of light is infinite or much faster than you'd expect. Perhaps in the Light Universe [which is an alternate reality] has a different set of principles and physical rules that allow for an infinite cosmic "speed limit".
This would mean that in the Dark Universe, the effectiveness of Lexx's particle accelerator would be far less. They stopped [about] two months ago. Biocode[ edit ] I've just added that the Key is likely to have the technical name of a 'biocode'. In the first film, Thodin mentions that with the help of 'biocode specialists from the Cluster', he was able to gain a Key to the Lexx. To me, this strongly implies that the Key is itself a biocode the name of which also appears to fit, given the key's living nature.
Beyond Thodin's line, however, this is unsubstantiated. The original channel was Space: Editors should check facts before assuming shows produced outside the US were shown first in the US. Eh I don't know anything about it really, that's why I found this unrelated page. Malcolm Mcdowell[ edit ] Was Malcolm Mcdowell in some episodes? I have a recollection of him as a floating head threatening Stanley.
Considering the Lexx's now fully-developed state, it appears as though the typical planar-type blast has changed into a circular one.