Tag Archive: Felecia Day

Oct 14

SciFi Diner Conversations 38 – Listeners discuss why Hulu and iTunes don’t matter in TV show ratings, why this impacts Fringe, Barnes & Noble Banning DC Comics, Charlie Jade, Alphas Season 2, Felecia Day in Dragon Age, and the Warehouse 13 Finale.

In this listener feedback show, listeners discuss why Hulu and iTunes don’t matter in TV show ratings, why this impacts Fringe, Barnes & Noble Banning DC Comics, Charlie Jade, Alphas Season 2, Felecia Day in Dragon Age, Real Steel, Robert Downey Jr.’s Thoughts on Iron Man 2, Zombie Con, and the Warehouse 13 Finale. Live long and podcast!

Jul 22

SciFi Diner Conversations 30 – Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2, Summer Shows, and How Many Science Fiction TV Shows Can You Watch In A Week?

In this listener feedback show, we start off by sharing our preliminary thoughts on us watching Star Blazers/Space Battleship Yamato, Stargate SG1 and Voyager. Miles McLoughlin Reports on Shore Leave 33 for Subspace Communique. We hear from listeners and their thoughts on the actors supporting the movies they are in, Scott’s love of Felecia Day and Eureka, Voyager, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2, and the various summer shows being watched: Torchwood: Miracle Day, Alphas, Warehouse 13, Eureka, and Falling Skies. The Music at the end of the episode is from Aeon Flux. You can find it here. Live long and podcast!

Nov 05

SciFi Diner Podcast Ep. 82 – Our Interview with John Mierau, Author of the Podiobook Enemy Lines

In tonight’s science fiction podcast, John Mierau joins us at the diner to discuss his new podiobook Enemy Lines. We also announce the Smallville/Stargate Trivia winner and give you some new Caprica Trivia with a chance to win a $100 Thinkgeek Gift Certificate. In news, we chat about Caprica being boxed, why Caprica failed, villains in the up and coming Cape, Nimoy shirks his retirement (and we’re glad), the No Ordinary Family Extension and a Ratings Bump, AMC’s biggest primiere ever: Walking Dead, RED makes the grade, the Riese Online Series, V gets trimmed, Cameron commits to Avatar 2 & 3 (No duh.), Batman 3 gets titled, the Hobbit gets cast, Superman/Batman Apocalypse gets reviewed, the possibility of the parallel universe, and Leviathan Chronicles news. Miles brings the Twist and John Mierau brings us the SciFi Five in Five.