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Date Posted: 12:53:04 07/28/11 Thu
Author Host/IP: c-76-116-162-239.hsd1.pa.comcast.net / 18.104.22.168
Subject: Re: The 2nd Season was not as great
In reply to:
's message, "The 2nd Season was not as great" on 23:53:07 07/02/08 Wed
>I agree with you, Gene. While I enjoyed both seasons, the first was significantly better. I don't know if it was the loss of Joanna Pang (whom I would have loved to have stayed on another season), but the chemistry/dynamic between the actors definitely declined to a degree, and I definitely preferred Isis' first season hair style.
I get so annoyed when producers begin fiddling with a formula that is already working very well. Also, this was such a good show (especially in regard to the way it integrated morals and life lessons) that I wish it would have gone on for at least two more full seasons.
I have just finished looking at the new ISIS DVD for
>the first time. I was 10 years old when it came out
>back in 1975-1976. So that means ISIS was very special
>to me. I was able to "suspend my disbelief" which
>means I believed what was happening on screen was real
>at . ISIS lived in my heart and mind.
>I loved that super-long hair straight black hair that
>went down below her waist. Of course she has that nice
>micro-mini-dress, goreous legs and go-go boots. I love
>to see her fly and her skirt and hair wave in the wind
>in the first season.
>However in the second season I think think producers
>made some very poor decisions. First of all they took
>ISIS down from the wires they used to make her "fly".
>Then, through special effects all she had to do was
>stand upright on a stage and the camera or film would
>be turned horizonal to show her flying. From doing
>that, you all may have noticed that her skirt while
>flying in the 2nd season no longer hugged her body
>when flying but it stood away from her hips in a
>perfect circle because she was standing straight up on
>a stage. They made it even worst by not filming her
>directly over a background above the clouds, but they
>filmed a "film" of her over another film. It gave her
>a two-deminsional look. I did not like that at all.
>That long silky straight black hair down to her hips
>was over with too. Now she had a curly a hair job that
>only reach to her mid-back. Still pretty, but not as
>much. That hurt her beautiful image just a tad for
>The Producers did not bring back "Cindy Lee" (Joanna
>Pang Atkins) in the Second Season. Mrs. Pang explained
>what happen in the interview she made on the new dvd.
>Pang said that after the first season they had some
>time off. So she went back to New York. When it was
>getting time for them to start filming again, she was
>waiting for a phone call from the producers asking her
>back. That phone call never came. She called her agent
>in California (that's were I am) and it took 2 days
>for him to find out anything. He basically told Joanna
>Pang, that producers have decided to make a change in
>casting for the new season. Pang said that it was a
>fancy was of saying that they don't need you anymore.
>In my opinion they did need her. She was replaced by
>the character "Renee Carroll" (Ronalda Douglas). She
>may have been a good singer and more, but she was no
>replacement for the cute and lovely "Cindy Lee" who we
>had grown so attached to in the first season.
>The music and sound seem to have suffered too in the
>2nd season. They changed the begining theme music to
>ISIS. In the first season the sound seemed always to
>be in perfect sync with the picture and put in just
>the right scenes. They had terrifc dramatic music when
>something was happening in the series that was
>dangerous or wrong, during the first season.
>Sure enough, you can have all the excuses in the book,
>but the 1st season was a full season. The 2nd season
>only lasted 2 months.
>I am not knocking the 2nd season totally. I am just
>saying the the 1st season of ISIS was noticable better
>than the second season.
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