Site ColumnsBy Lisa
June 3, 2001 - 1:40 PM
Thanks to everyone for trying to cheer me up with lots of Voyager fan fiction recommendations. I really appreciated your notes. Still reading hard, and this is a selection of thank you's and what I'm reading now:
To Andra Marie Mueller for letting me indulge my sugary sweet JetC side, that I will of course, deny exists.
And on a completely unrelated note, does anyone know how to forge Damascus weapons in Playstation 'Vagrant Story' on first play through? Thanks.
I'll get back to my reading now.
Trek BBS Today
Below are some of the topics currently being discussed at the Trek BBS:
-Which series would you most like to be in?
-What did you think of Voyager's Dragon's Teeth?
-Who will be the most popular member of the Enterprise crew?
More topics can be found at the Trek BBS!
Trek Two Years Ago
Below are some of the most important headlines taken from TrekToday on Thursday 3rd of June 1999:
- Goodbye DS9
Rick Berman was interviewed about the end of Deep Space Nine. His comments included:
"For 12 years we've done nothing but grow. When one show would end, another would begin or there would be a movie, and nobody left. It's different with Deep Space Nine. This is goodbye."
- 'What You Leave Behind' Reviewed
Michelle Erica Green's review of the last ever DS9 episode was avalable online to read. She enjoyed the episode, saying:
We've seen the final shot of this episode before, from a different angle: Kira and Jake standing together in "The Visitor," after Sisko's death which turned out not to be death. Then, Jake could not reconcile his existence without his father; now he has become a man. "What You Leave Behind" was full of such visual references to things we've seen before - in some cases flashbacks via older footage, in some cases by echoing an incident or event which took place previously. This is a grand, satisfying conclusion to this greatest of Trek series; J. Michael Straczynski can eat his heart out, because while there were indeed parallels with the Babylon 5 finale "Sleeping In Light," DS9 did a much better job borrowing from Arthurian, Norse, and Christian mythology to create an ending with deep emotional resonance.You can still read the full review, head over here to Get Critical.
More stories from this day two years ago can be found in our June 1999 archives.
Today's Television Listings
- The Sci-Fi Channel will be showing The Original Series's 'The Immunity Syndrome' at 10:00am Eastern Time.
- In Canada, Space! will be showing The Original Series's 'A Private Little War' at 10:00am Eastern Time, with TNG's 'Allegiance' at 11:00am.
- In the United Kingdom, Sky One will be showing TNG's 'Half A Life' at 14:00 GMT, with 'The Host' at 15:00, and 'The Mind's Eye' at 16:00. Thanks go out to the Great Link for this!
Tomorrow's Television Listings
- The Sci-Fi Channel The Sci-Fi Channel will be showing the Original Series' 'A Privat Little War' at 5:00 p.m EST.will be showing
- In Canada, Space! will be showing The Next Generation's 'Captain's Holiday' at 12:00 p.m EST. At 4:00 p.m the Original Series' 'Return to Tomorrow' will be shown, followed by DS9's 'Armageddon Game' at 5:00 p.m. Voyager's 'Rise' will be shown at 10:00 p.m.
- In the United Kingdom, Sky One will be showing the Next Generation episode 'Samaritan Snare' at 17:00 GMT. Voyager's 'Workforce, Part One' will be shown at 20:00. Thanks go out to the Great Link for this!
- In the Netherlands, rtl5 will be showing DS9's 'Badda-bing Badda-bang' at 18:05 ECT. net5 will show Voyager's 'Scorpion, Part One' at 18:35. Thanks go out to StarTrek.nl for this!