Monday, February 20, 2012

The Cult-TV Faces of: Human Sacrifice


Identified by Dave Colohan: Dr. Who: "The Aztecs."



Identified by Le0pard13: Lost In Space: "His Majesty Smith."


Identified by Will: Kolchak: The Night Stalker: "Legacy of Terror."

4


Identified by Randal Graves: The X-Files: "Sanguinarium."


Identified by Randal Graves: Buffy the Vampire Slayer: "When She Was Bad."


Identified by Randal Graves: Millennium: "A Single Blade of Grass."


Identified by Randal Graves: Angel: "Guise will be Guise."

9


Identified by Randal Graves: Supernatural: "The Scarecrow."


Identified by Chris G: Smallville: "Harvest."


8 comments:

  1. 5. The X-Files, Sanguinarium.
    6. Buffy, When She Was Bad.
    7. Millennium, A Single Blade of Grass.
    8. Angel, Guise Will Be Guise.
    10. Supernatural, Scarecrow.

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  2. Dave Colohan6:19 AM

    Just a few on first glance...
    1. Doctor Who - The Aztecs
    7. Millennium - A Single Blade Of Grass
    8. Prey
    10. Supernatural - Scarecrow

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  3. Hello and happy Monday, my cult-tv friends!

    Excellent identifications here. Randa and Dave, between the two of you, you've taken #1, #5, #6, #7, #8 and #10 off the table.

    That leaves outstanding 2,3, 4, and 9!

    Great job to you both!

    regards,
    John

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  4. Oh and #11 is still out there too...

    best,
    John

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  5. Chris G9:23 AM

    #11 is Smallville.

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  6. 3 is from Kolchak

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  7. Could #2 be the "His Majesty Smith" episode from the original LOST IN SPACE television series?

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  8. Three more perfect hits!

    Chris G: #11 is indeed from Smallville, from a tenth season episode entitled "Harvest."

    Will: Indeed, #3 is from "Legacy of Terror," A Kolchak episode.

    and Le0pard13: Yes! You nailed it. That's Lost in Space: "His Majesty Smith!

    Well done all. I believe that only leaves 4 and 9!

    best,
    John

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