"I don't care, I'm still free, you can't take the sky from me."-Firefly Song IntroIt was a random day on Netflix when I stumbled across Firefly. Firefly is the kind of show that should have lasted ten seasons. It should have gone through a creative slump somewhere in season three or four only to turn around and become genius once gain. It got one season and a movie instead. Created by the geek-approved Joss Whedon, Firefly follows Captain Mal, played by Castle's Nathan Fillion, in the aftermath of a war with a universe alliance. Mal takes odd jobs in even stranger places and planets, taking his spaceship Serenity with him. A runaway girl stows away on the ship, causing all kinds of chaos for Mal and the crew on Serenity. When I set out to watch Firefly, I meant to watch one episode. Instead, I was sucked into the space western, which draws from classic John Wayne and Star Trek equally, throwing in comedy for good measure.