Blood and Chrome Trailer Post In Which The Word “Frak” Is Used (UPDATED!)

UPDATE: NBC/Universal pulled the trailer with the speed of… something BSG-related that is very speedy, I don’t know. So you’ll just have to use your imaginations until it reappears someday on a DVD or something.

Frak. There, it’s done. Moving on!

There hasn’t really been any word on Blood and Chrome since the depressing revelation last year that SyFy had downgraded its status from “THE FIRST WORTHWHILE SERIES ATTACHED TO OUR NETWORK SINCE BATTLESTAR GALACTICA ENDED” to “oh, it’ll just be a webseries.” With that unfortunate handicap in mind… wow, this actually looks pretty good, doesn’t it?

Oh sure, there’s been the occasional success story in the series of tubes format – take Mortal Kombat Legacy as one example, which oh-so-coincidentally featured BSG‘s Tahmoh Penikett – but c’mon. You can tout online distribution as Lisa Simpson’s “wave of the future!” as much as you want; it’s just not an ideal showcase for your only franchise still capable of garnering both popular and critical acclaim.

…no, wrestling doesn’t count.

Source: Warming Glow

3 thoughts on “Blood and Chrome Trailer Post In Which The Word “Frak” Is Used (UPDATED!)”

    1. I don’t mind it that much. Hell, I even catch myself using it sometimes without thinking.

      Oddly enough, I know a lot of people who use the word “frak” despite having never watched BSG, or even known that it exists. I don’t know how that happened, but it’s kind of awesome.

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