It's funny how things take a life of their own sometimes. When our group came to IMDF, it seemed the fertile ground for us to develop the work that is being done since 2011 in the group that, as of the beginning of 2017, was christened SAGES OF THE SINGLE SEASON. We have many years of fun trying to figure out why those shows were cancelled prematurely and how they could've been developed had they met a more fortunate ending. The reason why IMDF was chosen was specifically because of a brief but meaningful exchange I had with @Alex Vojacek who showed a very kind and captivating attitude, and really got me excited about coming here. In fact it's a pity I never heard of him again. Anyway, we did Kolchak, then Twin Peaks and now would move on to the third show on IMDF. Unfortunately, Twin Peaks exhausted all our strengths and in the end, only @Brimfin and I (@Mad-Pac) remained. Then we had a nice surprise. A new influx of people, mostly from the Blake's 7 board showed up and showed interest to add to our contingent. But unfortunately they didn't seem to be interested in the single season factor anymore, which I lamented, but that's life. Anyway, an election was made and Blake's 7 won fair and square. I actually watched the pilot and felt excited enough to go on with it, so I'll be posting on the Blake's 7 as well. At the last minute, however, I made the decision not to let the idea of the single season shows to die. A couple of friends had told me they would like to continue as well. Considering that, I had the idea of taking the second most-voted show and, since it was a single season show, Star Cops was selected as the show to continue the "Sages of the Single Season" saga. However, as I thought organizing the Blakes 7 board and the Star Cops board would be too much for me, and, considering that I know nothing about Blake's 7 and everybody else knows a lot and most have seen the episodes several times, I thought a die-hard Blake's 7 fan would be the best person to organize that board, so I asked in good faith Michael to help me with that. Unfortunately, a terrible misunderstanding happened. For some reason I won't even try to understand now, Michael thought I was abandoning the Sages of the Single Season altogether, and before I could announce our project here, he beat me to it and has started the board. And seems to be doing a wonderful job from what I see. I don't know why this misunderstanding occurred. Perhaps his refusal to hear. Perhaps the fact English is not my native language and my command of the language is far from perfect. I don't know. The fact is, now an awkward situation has been created. But I want to continue and revitalize the "Sages of the Single Season" as best as we can. I'd like to know what you guys think about it.