'Wedding Band' Explains Why Sci-Fi Shows Have Cop-Out Endings Via Megan Fox Sex Scene

Author Profile Picture
Senior Pop Culture Editor
11.19.12 2 Comments

Three years later, and people are still pissed about the way Battlestar Galactica ended. In a scene from Friday’s episode of Wedding Band, the Notorious Brian Austin Green is sexing his real-life wife Megan Fox, who was apparently guest starring as a sexy warrior princess actress on some nerd show, when she shouts out, “THERE’S A CYLON AND 1960S FOLK SONG IN ALL OF US,” basically. Says io9:

In a nutshell, over the course of the episode you learn that the characters on Nebutopia have been searching for a secret utopia. And Fox’s character has a map on her inner thigh which is supposed to show the way…Except that during her torrid sex with Brian Austin Green, Fox [says] the ending of the show will be a huge metaphor for how we never really find what we’re searching for. Cue a rant by Green about how all of these science fiction shows paint themselves into a black hole, and invent these terrible cop-out endings, because the producers can’t figure out how to end the thing. (Via)

Mighty deep critique from a TBS comedy with WALTTTTTT’s dad and Megan Fox, and that’s the first time Fox has been described as “deep” without this other word ever. That word: respect. Yup, she likes that respect deep inside her. Watch the clip below, but seriously, BSG‘s ending was crap.

Watch the rest here.

(Via i09)

Author Profile Picture
Writer, editor, Simpsons referencer

Around The Web