SciFi Diner Podcast Ep. 171 – Our Interview with John Billingsley (Dr. Phlox from Star Trek: Enterprise) and Bonita Friedericy (General Beckman from Chuck)

May 10th, 2013 by Scott

Tonight on the SciFi Diner Podcast, we interview John Billingsley (Dr. Phlox from Star Trek: Enterprise) and Bonita Friedericy (General Beckman from Chuck) during our time at the Farpoint Con 2013. David Moulton from the Lancast joins us. Scott, Miles, and M announce who won some awesome Star Trek loot! They also share the following news: Are there gonna be new seasons of Grimm and Revolution? NBC decides.; Ron Moore’s sci-fi series Outlander finally moves forward; Dark Archer knows Arrow’s identity in 1st look at season finale; NEW COOL AND WEIRD FALLING SKIES TV SPOTS MAY MAKE YOUR EYES – OR EARS – BUG OUT; Trailers for Thor 2, Monster University and R.I.P.D; Must Watch Netflix TV; and Geek Pride Day. Miles brings us This Week In Star Trek with information on a site from Rod Roddenberry. We wrap up the show with our SciFi Five in Five with great Warehouse 13 Quotes.

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SciFi Diner Podcast Ep. 99 – An Interview with Bonita Friedericy from Chuck and Star Trek

May 20th, 2011 by Scott

Tonight at the SciFi Diner Podcast, we serve up a delicious interview with Bonita Fredericy, who stars in Chuck as General Beckman and has played a borg in Star Trek. We also share with you how you can win a Think Geek $100 gift certificate, a signed Bonita Friedericy and John Billingsly print, and Mercury Men posters in our 100th episode Contest. On the news menu, we serve up our thoughts on the Alcatraz Trailer, Walking Dead Rumors You Shouldn’t believe, Jewel Staite Talks about the Stargate Franchise, Pilots shows you will never see, Smallville Plot Points that didn’t turn out, and discuss the 1st Conan trailer rocks with Jason Momah of Stargate & Game of Thrones. On This Week in Star trek, Miles chats about The Next Generation in HD, Crystal Allen on Life After Trek, and A new Star Trek Animated Series that is possibly planned. In the Scifi Five in Five, Scott shares his top five mantras in science fiction from Star Trek, Dune, Star Wars, Lord of the Rings, and Contact.

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