Tag Archive: Michael Dorn

Jun 17

SciFi Diner Podcast Ep. 136 – Our Interview with Dylann Bobei (Pieces the Series)

Tonight on the SciFi Diner Podcast, we interview Dylann Bobei from Pieces the Series and give you another chance to own Michael Hogan. In news, we share the following: Nimoy lets us know what to expect from William Bell in Fringe S5, Transformer 4 news, Warner Bros will make more superhero movies, World War Z news and our podiobook review: We’re Alive by KC Weyland. In this week in Star Trek, Miles talks about Michael Dorn pitching Worf-centric Trek and Lindeolof talks ST 2. We wrap up the show with our SciFi Five in Five: 5 Top Star Wars Gadgets.

Sep 03

SciFi Diner Podcast Ep. 110 – Our Interview With Aaron Pope and Jim Cirile from the Liberator Project with Lou Ferrigno and Michael Dorn

SciFi Diner Podcast Ep. 110 Our Interview With Aaron Pope and Jim Cirile from the Liberator Project with Lou Ferrigno and Michael Dorn Download this Mp3 Friendly episode (right click and save) Download this iPod Friendly episode (right click and save) The SciFi Diner Podcast Please call the listener line at 1.888.508.4343, Email us at …

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Aug 13

SciFi Diner Podcast Ep. 108 – Our Interview With Sally Kellerman, Who Played The Original Dr. Dehner In Star Trek: The Original Series And Hot Lips Houlihan In The M*A*S*H Movie

This week on The SciFi Diner Podcast, we bring you our interview with Sally Kellerman, Who Played The Original Dr. Dehner In Star Trek: The Original Series And Hot Lips Houlihan In The M*A*S*H Movie. We also reveal our trivia winner, who won a signed print from Sally Kellerman! In news, we discuss the following: Euraka is Canceled, JJ Abrams Does Ted, Looking at this Summer’s Premieres – and what those numbers mean anyway, Our first look at Henry Cavill as Man of Steel, Harry Potter is Number Three, and Controversial Movie Castings. On This Week In Star Trek, we discuss TNG on BLURAY?, Michael Dorn on Castle, Connor Trinner on Enterprise, and JJ ABRAMS on a gay Trek characters. We wrap up the show with C.R. Smith’s Top Five SciFi Shows in the SciFi Five in Five.