SciFi Diner Leftovers Ep. 45 – Experience the Diner after hours with Star Trek authors Dayton Ward and Kevin Dilmore.

December 21st, 2009 by Scott

Tonight’s science fiction podcast all about the shows we’re watching and responding to listener feedback. We call it the SciFi Diner After Hours or perhaps more appropriately titled The SciFi Diner Leftovers. We talk about all sorts of TV. Some of the shows we cover are Flash Forward, ABC’s V, The Big Bang Theory, Chuck, Fringe, Modern Family, Full Throttle Saloon, Pawn Stars, The United States of Tara, Firefly, The X-files, Dollhouse, Legend of the Seeker, Supernatural, and Stargate Universe.

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Scifi Diner Podcast Ep. 43 – News on Avatar, Chuck, and More! Is Star Trek XI the Top Movie of the Year? We also review the top ten SciFi TV Characters of this Fall.

December 10th, 2009 by Scott

On tonight’s science fiction podcast, we talk about the web-series Reise, Dollhouse to end with a bang, Chuck’s season 3 just got longer, The Terminator: Sarah Connor Chronicles meets ABC’s V, Syfy Wire’s Ten Most Awesome SciFi Characters, the midseason finale sinks for SGU, Star Trek XI is Named a top film of the year, what’s up with the “Real” Enterprise, why you’ll get your money’s worth out of Avatar, A Black Hole Remake in the works, we have the scoop on Spiderman’s new villains, and DVDs released this month that you’ll want to add to your Christmas List: Mystery Science Theater, Lost season 5, and Star Trek TOS Season 3 on Blu-ray.

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Scifi Diner Podcast Ep. 42 – Has Twilight Unseated Harry Potter? We Review The Twilight Saga: New Moon Movie.

December 4th, 2009 by Scott

On tonight’s science fiction podcast, we discuss and review the latest movie in the Twilight Saga: New moon with two passionate, devoted readers and watchers of Twilight: Don and Terry, we give you some New Moon trivia where you can win a Star Trek prize, and talk about the Scifi Television shows we have continued to watch: V, Flash Forward, Fringe, Heroes, Smallville, and Dollhouse.

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Scifi Diner Podcast Ep. 38 – An Interview with Richard Hatch from Battlestar Galactica (Part I); Dollhouse, Hulu, Star Trek News and More.

October 29th, 2009 by Scott

On tonight’s science fiction podcast, we chat with Richard Hatch from Battlestar Galactica. Mary the Televixen from DVD Geeks joins us to talk about Robert Beltran Interview, what’s up with Hulu, Fox’s Bonehead Dollhouse Move, is Friday really the Dead Zone, Harlan Ellison wins his suit with Star Trek, Nathan Fillion reprises his Captain Mal Firefly role, Paranormal Activity, and lastly we get some thoughts on the Legend of the Seeker DVDs. Oh, and we are giving away a Blu-ray/DVD copy of Battlestar Galactica: The Plan.

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Scifi Diner Podcast Ep. 36 – An Interview with Christopher Heyerdahl (Part 2); News on Heroes, Flash Forward, Dollhouse, The Hobbit and More!

October 15th, 2009 by Scott

In this science fiction podcast, we share the second part of our Interview with Christopher Heyerdahl from the hit TV Show Sanctuary. In news, a major character from Heroes will die, Dollhouse and Smallville are looking better, Sanctuary & Stargate Universe continues Syfy record breaking, can’t get enough of Flash Forward? There’s more on tap. An Independence Day Sequel, Ron D. Moore simplifies writing Star Trek, Saving Private Ryan writer to pen World of Warcraft, Paranormal Fans get what they demand, what actors are in and out of the Hobbit, Millennium movie talks, and two new DVD release: Get Bender’s Head and Season One of Legend of the Seeker.

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Scifi Diner Podcast Ep. 35 – We, along with Mary the DVD Geeks Televixen, discuss the new Surrogates movie along with Dollhouse and Heroes.

October 9th, 2009 by Scott

We chat with Mary the DVD Geek Televixen from DVD Geeks. In news, The Vampire Diaries, Flash Forward, and Fringe thrive, Dollhouse sinks even lower, SGU Rocks the Ratings, the Zombie Comedy earns a top spot, Do we care that G.I. Joe is coming to DVD, and end up chatting about Surrogates. And what is up with Sylar???

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Scifi Diner Podcast Ep. 34.1 – The Attack of the Premieres: Fringe, Flash Forward, Dollhouse, Smallville, and Heroes – Plus the Warehouse 13 Finale!

October 5th, 2009 by Scott

In this Science Fiction Podcast, we chat about the Warehouse 13 Finale. We also discuss the following premieres and rate them in the following order:

1. 1. Fringe
2. 2. Flash Forward
3. 3. Heroes
4. 4. Smallville
5. 5. Dollhouse

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Scifi Diner Podcast Ep. 34 – An Interview with Christopher Heyerdahl; News on TV Premieres and More!

October 3rd, 2009 by Scott

In this Science Fiction podcast, we have an interview tonight with Christopher Heyerdahl from Sanctuary and Stargate Atlantis, a Firefly where-are-the-now, Flash Forward rocks the Premieres, Is Dollhouse Dead, V Trouble, FOX damages Fringe, can any Hero save Heroes, 1 reason to see Riverworld, Surrogates struggles, treasure trouble for the Hobbit?, Horror Film Clichés, The Fly is being reborn yet again, Dark Knight meet Ghost Rider 2, and one film we’re excited about The Road.

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Scifi Diner Podcast Ep. 32 – Interview with Allison Scagliotti from “Warehouse 13”; The Shows We Will Be Watching This Fall…

September 12th, 2009 by Scott

On this science fiction podcast episode, we interview Allison Scagliotti, who plays Claudia Donovan from Warehouse 13. We also discuss the genre shows that are premiering and starting up this fall season such as Heroes, Smallville, Sanctuary, Stargate Universe, Fringe, Dollhouse, Flash Forward, Legend of the Seeker, Eastwick, Medium, and much, much more. We tell what we’ll be watching and our thoughts on these shows.

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SciFi Diner Podcast Ep. 30 – We Interview Adrienne Wilkinson from the Force Unleashed and Xena

August 28th, 2009 by Scott

In this science fiction podcast, we interview Adrienne Wilkinson from Star Wars: The Force Unleashed and from Xena Warrior Princess. In news and reviews we cover, Summer Glau in Dollhouse, Starship Farragut, Smallville, Warehouse 13, Star Wars: Clone Wars Season 2, Fringe Season 2, Avatar, The Hobbit, Ghostbusters, Transformers 2, and Farscape.

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