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Tonight’s Diners: Scott & Miles Welcome to the Diner. We want your feedback: how are we doing, what can we do differently, what would you like to see? We what to know! Also the ACC feeds of out podcast are enhanced, which means there are chapters. So if we’re talking about a show you’re not interested in, you can skip ahead.
Last Weeks Trivia Answers:
In the miniseries of Battlestar Galactica, when they are on Caprica and Laura Roslin in the hospital, there are two ships that are not Battlestar Galactica ships. What two ships is Ron D. Moore paying homage two?
Answer: Star Tek Enterprise and a Firefly
This Week’s Trivia Question:
Star Trek Next Generation: Marina Sirtis, what part was she orginally considered for in Star trek The Next Generation?
News from the Bar Tender: Miles starts out sharing some Star Trek news. We also find out Cirque Du Freak gets January 2010 release date. High Plains Invaders: James Marsters, who stars in the SCI FI Channel original movie High Plains Invaders, told SCI FI Wire that adding aliens is the only way to reinvent the western. Marsters plays a reluctant cowboy hero who leads a town against invading alien bugs. Sounds like a bad SciFi TV movie to us. Men in Black 3 and Ghostbusters 3 and Spiderman 4: Rory Bruer, president of Sony Worldwide Distribution, announced during the company’s ShoWest 2009 presentation that it is developing another Men in Black movie, collider.com reported. ShoWest is an annual convention and trade show for the motion picture exhibition and distribution community (SciFi.Wire) Bruer also confirmed Sony is hard at work on a Ghostbusters sequel and Spider-Man 4. All three projects are in the works with an eye toward 2011 releases. Alice in Wonderland to premiere simultaneously in IMAX 3D March 5, 2010 – Tim Burton Producing and Johnny Depp as Madd Hatter. Fringe Returns April 7th 9 PM FOX. And we share some Transformers news.
Main Course: We discuss the TV shows we are watching: Dollhouse, Heroes, Jimmy Jean Louis (ok, not a TV show, but he is from Heroes and I did interview him this week), Terminator, Star Wars Clone Wars, and Life on Mars.
We discuss the current state of Science Fiction in both TV and Film. Call in! We want your thoughts on this topic.