... And the sets were on par with early Dr Who rather than anything high-tech like Bab5 or Star Trek, but damn, I loved those people, and I was SO ready for Season 2. Which never happened. If there were a DVD I'd buy it in about a second.
The little robots, the "roams", and their creator the Scots mechanical genius Lyle Campbell were great comic relief; the pilot Shannon and the station commander Kathryn McTiernan were a wonderfully tense pairing, the simply competent Brit and her over-the-hill Yank second-in-command and pilot. "Harry" Escherbach and her foil in the lab, Paula Hernandez were another study in subtle contrasts.
The show was very much character-driven ... but the plots were not bad either. As I say, I've been looking for DVD for about 8 years now.
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