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Laugh It Up Fuzzball: The Family Guy Trilogy ($27.99 Blu-ray, available December 21)

Family Guy's first two Star Wars parodies were a perfect mix: one part reverence for the classic sci-fi film series and two parts Seth MacFarlane outrageousness. The latest and final riff-off in the planned trio, It's a Trap, premieres in this box set before making its TV debut next year. May the goof be with you. ...

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Season 2, Episode 24
The Dorcons - the most powerful race in the galaxy - demand that the Alphans hand Maya over to them.

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Season 2, Episode 22
Answering a distress signal, Commander Koenig is forced to crash-land his Eagle on Entra - moon of the planet Ellna - which turns out to be the planet's penal colony.

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Season 2, Episode 21
The alien craft requesting emergency assistance turns out to be a prison transport ship carrying Dorzak to a life sentence on an asteroid.

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Season 2, Episode 15
While exploring an apparently lifeless planet, a member of Alpha's crew comes under the influence of an 'anti-matter' being.

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Holiday Gift Guide: Must-Have DVDs!

Laugh It Up Fuzzball: The Family Guy Trilogy ($27.99 Blu-ray, available December 21)

Family Guy's first two Star Wars parodies were a perfect mix: one part reverence for the classic sci-fi film series and two parts Seth MacFarlane outrageousness. The latest and final riff-off in the planned trio, It's a Trap, premieres in this box set before making its TV debut next year. May the goof be with you. ...

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Have Yourself a Merry Little DVD Gift Guide!

On the third day of my Holiday Gift GuideI showed more love of DVDsThree sci-fi classicsTwo horror remakesAnd an FX drama you have to see!Stargate SG-1 – The Complete Series Collection — Oh lord, I don’t know if you should watch it or bench press it, because this set is ginormous! 54 discs and 9900 minutes of interstellar space-and-military action from the effects bonanza that currently holds the record for the longest-running sci-fi series ever. Not too shabby, considering that the Richard Dean Anderson vehicle first blasted off on Showtime before jumping over to the Sci Fi network after five seasons. Throw in a few cast changes, about a gazillion warring alien races and knockout features on everything from the sets to the sci-fi convention culture and you have the sort of collection that could honestly consume an entire month. Not that there is anything wrong with that!Buy it now!Space: 1999 – The 30th Anniversary Megaset — So it’s 1975, I’m 6 ye... read more

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Premiered: September 01, 1975, on Syndicated
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Premise: A lunar colony is sent hurtling through space following a nuclear explosion in what was at the time the most expensive (at $300,000 per episode) series ever produced. The show was created and produced by Gerry and Sylvia Anderson (`Fireball XL-5,' `Thunderbirds').

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