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I remember getting home from highschool and watching this.  Anyone else?  You know that was Worf voicing one of the dudes, right?


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    EvilDon

    Coldstone (brought back to life by Demona and Xanatos)was the name of the character. And was in, to my memory, two episodes . Riker was a regular as well as Troi. Data and Janeway made appearances as well. (I had every episode of the show on my ‘puter)

    GARGOYLES = COOLNESS

    Anonymous

    Keith David was the voice of the head Gargoyle. He was the guy that fought with Rowdy Roddy Piper in “They Live”.

    EvilDon

    Heh Goliath vs. Rowdy Roddy Piper. That would have been so cool (and much shorter).

    SSJ3Mewtwo

    Disney is also being extremely (almost painfully) aggrivating about their release of the DVDs. It’s been over a year and a half now since the last one (Season 2; first half).

    grog

    From the wiki entry, actors who were on both Trek and Gargoyles. * Marina Sirtis (Deanna Troi on The Next Generation) * Jonathan Frakes (William Riker on The Next Generation) * Kate Mulgrew (Kathryn Janeway on Voyager) * Michael Dorn (Worf on The Next Generation and Deep Space Nine) * Brent Spiner (Data on The Next Generation) * Nichelle Nichols (Uhura on Star Trek) * David Warner (Gorkon in Star Trek VI, St. John Talbot in Star Trek V: The Final Frontier, and Gul Madred in Chain of Command) * Paul Winfield (Clark Terrell in Star Trek II and Dathon… Read more »

    EvilDon

    I always thought that Patrick Stewart played Macbeth . I watched the credits every episode Macbeth was in. But alas, Patrick Stewart (unlike the rest of the bridge crew from the NCC-1701-D) was not in one episode of Gargoyles. :'(

    beep beep

    I totally watched this in high school.
    But then stopped after my parents started buying my Gargoyles stuff. I like the show, but not that much.