1) Slang for the defeated Independent Faction who oppose the Anglo-Sino Alliance, on the show Firefly.

2) A fan of the series Firefly.
Many browncoats have been converted since the cancellation of Firefly.
de Major Davis 27 février 2004
Fans of the cult classic TV show "Firefly" or fans of the movie "Serenity" are called browncoats.
There were a bunch of browncoats down at the mall waiting for tickets.
de choker del fritz 20 mai 2005
A rebel in the Firefly/Serenity universe ('verse). In other words, a wholly awesome person.
Sally: I'm gonna be a bumblebee for Halloween. What about you, Derek?

Derek: Browncoat.

*hordes of screaming girls*
de Xina Serene 16 août 2011
(verb)

To make a movie based on a TV show, largely due to the impressive number of enthustiastic fans.

Derived from the noun Browncoat (fans of the TV series "Firefly") and refers to the tremendous fan support and DVD sales that led to the film-version "Serenity."
(studio executive) "Arrested Development DVDs are flying off the shelf, and these postcards and emails from fans just keep pouring in. I say it's time we browncoat it."

"Due to Sex and the City's large, vocal fanbase, it was browncoated almost immediately after the show ended on HBO."

"If they cancel The Middleman, there will be such an outcry from fans that the studio may see the potential to browncoat it."
"How come Walker, Texas Ranger never got browncoated? Are Chuck Norris fans lazy?"
de Succatash 17 août 2008
Anal sex with a condom on, resulting in a creamy brown coating
She was ok with taking it in the rear, but insisted on a condom. It was a total browncoat situation (but at least she didn't give me a purplebelly).
de Xvasair 15 mai 2011
(verb)

To gush so enthusiastically about a piece of culture (frequently a cult hit) that you make anyone listening to you less likely to experience or enjoy said cultural item.

Dervied from the noun Browncoat, which refers to fans of the TV series "Firefly."
"I might have enjoyed Harry Potter more, but so many people had told me how great it was that by the time I read the book it had been browncoated."

"Dick browncoated 'The Lord of the Rings' for Jane by telling her to read it every day for three weeks straight."
de Charisma18 27 avril 2007

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