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I had a chance to see The privateers at the Star:Trek convention and it played to a standing room only crowd. Everybody loved it and gave it a standing ovation. Lance Henriksen who came up to speak afterwords asked the crowd what they thought of it and the everyone roared for more. Lance then said that if The Privateers was on TV he would watch it every week. Karl Urban was great and so was Walter Koenig it was good to see him in space again. The spaceship called the Rapier was cool the design was different than anything I had seen before. The rest of the cast looked good and the women were HOT! Overall I would love to see The Privateers as a TV series there is never enough Sci-Fi on.
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