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Thoughts on Airwolf

I like to think of how the Belisarius Productions TV shows (like Airwolf, Magnum P.I., Quantum Leap, and NCIS) exist in their own alternate universe–one where Bell Helicopter never developed the 222 and the Soviets originally developed the F/A-18–as explanation for so many strange and blatant scientific, historical, or logical inconsistencies. Also, the side-effects of the Quantum Leap experiment could be to blame for the sudden appearance of Barry van Dyke in so many roles (the resemblance to Scott Bakula, in my opinion, is uncanny) as well as the ubiquity of the names “Ziggy”, “St. John”, and “Gushie”.

Think about it….

‘Battlestar Galactica’, ‘Knight Rider’ Creator Dead At 77

Glen Larson (1937-2014)

Variety reports that Glen Larson, creator of many prolific 1970-80s action drama television shows such as Battlestar Galactica, Knight Rider, Magnum, P.I., and Quincy, M.E., has passed away at age 77 due to complications from esophageal cancer.

Larson’s body of work is among some of the most recognised and beloved televisions shows for two generations. I assembled a tribute video, but due to copyright claims from NBC Universal Comcast, I am unable to post it at this time. For now, I will post some of the source material.