Czechoslovakia, 1720: A Satan-worshiper escapes from his hunters. Trinity College, 2001: Lucas Blackmer, a babe-magnet, professor and a novelist asks Sydney to help find Vlad Tepes' lost relic. And ...
Sydney Fox is a professor but primarily a globe-trotting "relic hunter," looking for ancient artifacts to return to museums and/or the ancestors of the original owner. She's aided by her linguistic assistant Nigel, and occasionally by her somewhat air-headed secretary Claudia. She often ends up battling rival hunters seeking out artifacts for the money. Written by
In this feminized version of Indiana Jones the roles were switched between the genders-a fearless relic hunter is in fact a gorgeous woman and her closest assistant who is shy and clumsy is a man for a change.Roles were reversed to attract the audience. See more »
"Snogging"? Is that the same thing as "shagging"?
No, not at all. If one were to continue to snog, it could lead to shagging. But in and of itself, it's somewhere above "smooching", but not quite "groping." But in any event, it's a long way from "bonking". Which, of course, is very similar to "shagging".
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I got hooked on Relic Hunter when I had to stay home from school for a week, because RH is on at 10 Pacific Time during the week. Although regularly I don't get to watch it. I think Sydney is good female role model, because she isn't afraid to fight back. Also, Nigel is the trusty, yet slightly clumsy sidekick and friend. Nigel and Sydney have good chemistry together. I really admire Sydney's hard working personalty. THis show is probably one if my altime favourite shows. Whenever I watch it, i'm always really engrossed in it. It's really hard to get me stop watching it. I try to watch it when ever I have a holiday off of school. Elizabeth
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