Misfits (Of Science)

Before I started watching the British science fiction tv series Misfits I thought it might be a remake of Misfits of Science, a tv show that aired in the mid 80’s. I couldn’t be more wrong. The new show is so much darker and edgier. None of the fluffy woolly brightness of superheroes who always do the right thing. Definitely worth watching!

You can watch the Misfits trailer too but E4 won’t allow me to embed it so you’ll have to go to Youtube. Silly.

I never realised Courteney Cox starred in the Misfits of SCience. ‘Course as a 10 year old I had no idea who she was back then and this was long before Friends.

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2 thoughts on “Misfits (Of Science)”

  1. Misfits manages the very difficult balancing act of being very current, very real, very funny, and very, very dark. Possibly the funniest and at the same time most poignant scene I’ve ever experienced is when Simon, after being buried, realizes his super power is immortality.

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