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HysteryDiagnosis Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Apr-14-11 08:12 PM
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Rush as Gorgan, the same can be said of Oxycontin boy's followers as is said of
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Edited on Thu Apr-14-11 08:12 PM by HysteryDiagnosis
the children from this episode of Star Trek


http://www.tvsquad.com/2007/10/24/all-time-scariest-tv-... /



Really, to get technical, both Gorgan and his followers freaked me out. To paraphrase Hank Hill: "Those kids ain't right." Well, why should they be "right" when they were being controlled by their "friendly angel" Gorgan so he could find a planet to control? Plus, the fashion sense of those kids was just out of control. Lord, the late '60s was just a nightmare for clothing!

What really scared me was what happened at the end of the episode. As Kirk is showing the kids' a tricorder video of their dead parents, Gorgan begins to deform. I remember thinking back when I originally saw the episode on WPIX that the effect reminded me of what happens when film gets caught in a projector and begins to burn. Before he disappeared he was so deformed that I couldn't help but to stare in fascination at his horrible face.

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