‘Firefly’ Reunion Special: Nathan Fillion on Becoming ‘Captain No-Pants’ — VIDEO


Sunday night, the Science Channel explored something completely unscientific: the love of a little show called Firefly with a reunion special called Firefly: Browncoats Unite.

The cast and crew of Joss Whedon’s now 10-year-old failed, yet utterly beloved fantasy/sci-fi series got together to talk about the show that has captured so many fans in its absence from television. Few secrets were revealed (unless you count the notion that Inara, played by Homeland star Morena Baccarin, was intended to have a cancer battle before the show got the ax), but one very important topic was on the table: Nathon Fillion’s Captain No-Pants. 
After going full force with the “What’s the deal with male nude scenes, anyway?” concept (Jerry Seinfeld wants his joke back), Fillion jokes about filming his nude scene on Firefly and taping a certain beloved director’s headshot to his “goodies.” Hey, it sure beats a pair of nude briefs. That whole Ken Doll look is not sexy, folks. 

What was your favorite part of the Firefly special? Tell us in the comments.

[Photo Credit: Science Channel]


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