We've gotten a million questions about this, so I'm going to answer the most common ones now:
1. "What the fuck is this shit? You've got 10 seconds to explain this show to me before I close my browser window, dickwig."
Oddly enough, more than 100 people asked that question, and worded it exactly like that. Well, you know how in Star Trek or Babylon 5 there'd be that scene where a torpedo hits the hull of the Enterprise (or whatever the starship was called in Babylon 5) and there'd be a quick shot of random crew members in the lower decks running around and screaming? We wanted to do a show about those people -- the hundreds of nobodies in the background who keep the ship running so that the pretty people on the bridge can have their high-minded adventures. We wanted to follow the folks who have the shitty jobs, who struggle just to get by (in other words, people like us) as they embark on their own heart-rending, erotic journey, exploring the galaxy and the sensual landscape that is ... each other.
2. "Why are you making such a big deal out of this thing? Aren't there videos on this site, like, every single day? You seem really excited about this. A little ... too excited. What's your game, you two-faced son of a bitch?"
It's just a fun show with cool effects and sets and costumes, Cracked.com's love letter to the sci-fi that raised us. Now, if you're implying that I convinced the production team to spend the entire year's video budget on this unfilmable idea I had, and then had them spend five times that amount promoting it, and that I'll surely be fired if it doesn't get enough traffic, well, that's just ridiculous. Where did you hear that? The fact that you're so ready to believe such lies says more about you than it does me. What's your name?
3. "What the hell is that blue thing I keep seeing in the publicity stills?"