This was a great episode, full of the old magic and mustard! We were introduced to two new beautiful cast members and the usual sick, perverted and entertaining storyline – wonderful!
This episode should have carried a health waning. I’ll warn you now. Don’t watch it while stoned – it’ll send you into a whitey! (so I’ve been told).
An epic story of a ‘ratings battle’ between the planets Leester and Liber. This battle is literally to the death!
While attempting to get some light relief on a pleasure transport, Stanley is caught and faces trial for being a traitor.
This was one of the best-produced and directed LEXX episodes that I’ve seen so far. The camera angles, shots and acting were all superb. Maybe the story wasn’t as unique as others, but it was well worth watching nonetheless.
Ah yawned through most of it, all ‘cept a couple of scenes, when ah threw an emppy beer kin at th’ tv screen, as enny fool kin plainly see.
This episode Kicked Ass! It was GREAT! Sex, violence, good story, humour – it had it all! Better still, the lovely Lyekka was back!
This was one of the wackiest of the LEXX shows. I godda say how much I liked the dodgy toilet – totally implausible, but such a fun idea.
This episode will be remembered as the one in which Xev finally lost her virginity! (Hmm. I guess with a name like Nook, what else could we expect!)
LEXX fan chat with Marty Simon (LEXX soundtrack creator) and members of the fandom in the LEXX IRC chatroom from 2001.
The first of the Dark Zone. This first episode developed into something, exciting, wacky, gross, funny and enthralling – usually at the same time.
The team venture to Brunnus to see if they can find some Protoblood for the dead dude.
LEXX is hungry and needs to get some nourishment. The food however, has other ideas.
An epic and humorous conclusion to the marvellous first season of LEXX.
This was a great first show It managed to live up to the hype and then some. The story was nuts, the sound was brilliant, the graphics were cool, Zev was hot, Kai was cold and Stanley was lukewarm! What more could we ask?
This is the episode where we say goodbye to a very popular cast member after the LEXX crew visit a hospital ship run by a greedy surgeon.
The lovely Patricia Zentilli is interviewed by the amazing theFrey
The on-line chat was held on Sunday January 13th, 2002. Patricia was joined by Louise Wischermann.
Location: chatroom on the irc.fef.net chatserver.
This log was edited by thefrey.
<fx> hi patricia
<Doffy> hi patricia!
<PATRICIA> I made it
A great interview with Marty Simon who produced the soundtrack for the LEXX series. The interview was conducted by FX.
A great interview with a really cool dude. Paul Donovan is the Executive Producer, Writer and sometimes Director of episodes in the LEXX saga.
An interview conducted by FX via email with Ellen Dubin the actress who played Giggerota in numerous LEXX episodes
A very cool chat with the amazing Ellen ‘Giggy’ Dubin. Ellen plays the character Giggerota in the series and is always up for chatting to her fans. This chat is from December 2001.
One of the great LEXX sci writers (wrote a lot of Brigadoom episode) and all round awesome bloke is interviewed by theFrey.
A Divine Predecessor is a former “His Shadow”, in this series they display a range of personalities ranging from despicable to erm…. even more despicable.
Interviewed while on the set of Viva LEXX Vagas. Chris is very accomplished in the movie and TV business and it was great to read his insights and comments.
This pair of mercenary bum-buddies, are responsible for the humiliation of Stanley (what isn’t) eight years earlier and then bare the brunt of his revenge in the episode ‘Eating Pattern’.
The stupendously popular star of stars, Brian Downey who plays Stanley Tweedle pops into the #SadGeezer chatroom to interact with some of LEXXdom. How generous was that!?