First Amy would have to find her husband, then they would have to find jobs, a home, and establish a life. The two of them have a very special set of skills (and future knowledge) so together they would make one hell of a pair of cosmic private detectives.

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Well, we did see the original plans for the first Death Star being handled by some co-developer Geonosians who were terrified that they might fall into Jedi hands. Even though they were obviously comfortably in the Emperor's hands, as they were beginning construction of the Death Star at the end of "Sith," it would be… » 11/24/14 9:40am Monday 9:40am

"Listen, and understand. That terminator is out there. It's easily confused. It doesn't understand you very well. It doesn't feel pity, but it has a ton of remorse, and fear. And it absolutely will not stop, ever, unless its arthritis kicks in and its joints fail, or it forgets about you. Which it probably will." » 11/24/14 7:06am Monday 7:06am

One of my all-time favorite gaming systems. I still have mine and happily pull it out to play. It was superior to most other systems at the time, had built in network connectivity, and I had mine chipped so I could enjoy Japanese games, which were massively better than the US games- some of which made full use of the… » 11/23/14 7:27pm Sunday 7:27pm

The Firefly references appear in the "RIchard Castle" novels too. In one book. "Jameson Rook" (obviously Castle's analogue in the Heat books) encounters two detectives- one named Malcolm, and another named Reynolds. And in "Heat Rises". I did note this exchange in Ch 16, on pg 244: » 11/21/14 12:14pm 11/21/14 12:14pm

The last dogs on Earth had been sent to space, not just to save them from the canine-devastating disease that had plagued the planet, but to give them the best chance they could have for survival. They had been packed into the "Chee's Woof Express" but that was only its nickname- it had been christened the Sirius Major » 11/21/14 11:52am 11/21/14 11:52am

Dave Bautista commented on this particular scene at Wizard World in Chicago- it was originally supposed to be a serious shot, but everyone was in on the upcoming joke- except Bautista. So he was standing there dumfounded as they all started dancing and passing off, which is why Bautista's dance is so lame when it's… » 11/18/14 3:21pm 11/18/14 3:21pm

The flying cat boots (originally for a scene with Mochi but dropped and just shown on a cat in Nerd School) are reminiscent of Iron Man repulsor-ray technology (a Marvel nod) and to my eyes the guy working with them who was seen briefly resembled Tony Stark, right down to the inclusion of his industrial robotic… » 11/18/14 3:48pm 11/18/14 3:48pm