Urburos - 2007-08-26 It obviously not the fact that she's dressed like a hooker.
EvilHomer - 2007-08-26 At least she's a constistant failure. Also, I loved the fuck out of this show when I was a kid; I'm glad to see it's still as amazing as I remembered it.
Scynne - 2007-08-26 It always struck me that she really sucked at life. Like, a lot. Severely.
kingarthur - 2007-08-26 She never bothered to learn from mistakes because she had infinite continues.
Senator_Unger - 2007-08-26 Does anyone else notice that Tek Janson looks a bit like her?
Innocent Bystander - 2007-08-27 They cleaned this show up some for regular MTV. I don't remember anyone dying in the actual series. Just yankin' stuff out of each others bellybuttons and such.
thebaronsdoctor - 2007-08-27 You were probably watching episodes from the second season onward. The episodes were lengthened and Aeon stopped dying after the first season. Also there was actual dialog.
athodyd - 2007-08-29 In the terrifying future world of Peter Chung, both pants and food are forgotten technologies.
Aernaroth2 - 2007-08-29 and videocassettes are still the preferred recording media
CornOnTheCabre - 2008-11-21 It still blows my mind, the extent to which that Aeon Flux movie had absolutely nothing to do with the original concept. Like, seriously, I cant think of a single tie-in of any franchise that has had less to do with its predecessor. The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen movie had more in common with the graphic novel. The E.T. Atari 2600 game had more in common with the E.T. movie. The Hulk Hogan 5 in 1 grill had more in common with Hulk Hogan.