Lexx

Super Nova - S1-E2

Revealing mistake: When Stan, Xev and Kai are walking to the Memory Chamber, they seem to walk out of a two dimensional line at the lower left into the scene. The set and green screen weren't quite synched.

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I Worship His Shadow - S1-E1

New this month Audio problem: As Kai is the last fighter left, he flies towards His Shadow's control pod on his ship to ram into it kamikaze style. As he's approaching and it cuts to the control pod dome starting to close, you suddenly begin to hear the alarms going off inside The Fore Shadow ship. And it's heard from inside Kai's fighter, and from outside from camera angles. And then when Kai crashes into it and flips out inside, you still hear the alarm inside the ship at almost the exact same volume as heard from outside. It's almost quieter even. (00:03:50)

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I Worship His Shadow - S1-E1

New this month Continuity mistake: After the Prisoner Transport Line Major gives the wrong access code, Stanley puts his arm up and rests his hand on the table next to him. But through the rest of their conversation his arm goes from this position to down by his side repeatedly depending on the camera angle. (00:12:25)

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790: 29 hours of necrophilia-filled fun.

Super Nova - S1-E2

The Lexx: I am the Lexx. I am the most powerful weapon of destruction in the two universes. I was grown on the Cluster, which is ruled by His Shadow. The food was good there. My captain is Stanley Tweedle. I blow up planets for him.

I Worship His Shadow - S1-E1

Kai: I killed mothers with their babies. I've killed great philosophers, proud young warriors, and revolutionaries. I've killed the evil, the good, the intelligent, the weak, and the beautiful. I have done this in the service of His Divine Shadow and his predecessors, and I have never once shown any mercy. (01:20:50)

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Question: Why do the robot heads get attached to human bodies?? Doesn't make sense when you consider how much more advanced they could make robot bodies for such. Also, why not put human brains in robot bodies? We know they have that ability.

dizzyd

Answer: From what I'm seeing, the answer seems simple. The robotic heads allow the control of the body they need. However, no mater how advanced you make a robot's body, it will never quite be as flexible and versatile in it's movements and actions as a flesh and blood human body can be in most cases. And if they do put the effort into creating a robotic body with the capabilities they need, and be durable enough to last... it would cost a lot of money. The Cluster has a large influx of constant prisoners that they use for feeding the Lexx and other needs, so human bodies are easy to come by and in vast quantities. Them simply producing robotic heads with the ability to interface with the human nervous system and placing them on the decapitated bodies of expendable prisoners is a hell of a lot more cost effective and easier to do with the technology they have. It's just a cheaper, more effective option for them to have thousands fo 790 Units in production and use without the cost of manufacturing a fully functional and durable robotic body for them.

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Question: How in blazes do 790 and the other robot heads, when they are attached to cyborg bodies, eat, drink and breathe for their biological bodies? I never see anything like either a functional nose/air intake or functional jaw and mouth (for food intake, as opposed to speech) for these things. I never see any such bio-interface on the bottom of 790's head when he is held upside-down etc... Also, what is the power source for 790's kind's actual robot head, since we never see him plug into an outlet, fuel up etc.

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