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If there is one thing we can all agree is the worst part about Firefly’s short run of Fox, it’s the mere fact we only got 13 episodes of the series – not counting the movie, Serenity. It would seem, the cast adamantly agrees and would have even liked the opportunity to write a few of their own episodes, Alan Tudyk in particular. In the recent special, Firefly: Browncoats Unite, honoring the show’s ten year anniversary, it was revealed Tudyk was responsible for pitching the most episode ideas out of the entire cast, but not a single one ever went past that initial stage.

Tudyk’s idea, according to Entertainment Weekly, involved criminals engaging in illegal dogfights and a planet where one side is covered in perpetual darkness. The dogs subjected to these fights were big and feral and just really mean. And of course the crew would »

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