News BulletsBy Caillan
February 8, 2002 - 9:10 AM
- StarTrek.com reported that Meg Wyllie, who played 'The Keeper' in the original Star Trek pilot 'The Cage,' has passed away aged 84. Our thoughts are with her family at this difficult time.
- Over at Star Trek Hypertext, Jamahl Epsicokhan has posted his review of 'Dear Doctor,' which he awarded 4 out of 4 stars. "By miles the best episode so far," he wrote. "An excellent outing in its quiet, pleasant, and startlingly observant way." The full analysis is available to read here.
- TNN has revised its February 17 'Wonders of Wesley' mini-marathon to a 'Time Travel' one instead. The network will now show 'Time Squared' at 2:00pm, 'Q Who?' at 3:00pm, 'A Matter of Time' at 4:00pm, 'Relics' at 5:00pm and 'All Good Things, Parts I and II' at 6:00pm.
- Whoopi Goldberg (Guinan) recently had her Academy Award statue stolen, Zap2it reported. Fortunately, the Oscar was later returned to the actress after being found in a rubbish bin. Thanks to Doug Wilson for this!
- SPPLAT recently announced that William Shatner (James T. Kirk) will face Chicago Radio DJ Mancow Muller in its upcoming Paintball event.
- John Savage, who appeared as Captain Ransom in Voyager's 'Equinox,' will help celebrate the 15th anniversary of the Baybridge Clubhouse in Massachusetts tonight. Further details can be found here. Thanks to 'NCC1701' for this!
- The 'Shuttlepod One' promo can downloaded from All About Star Trek and Vidiot.
- Psi Phi has posted the credits for 'Shadows of P'Jem.'
- A new Enterprise screenshot gallery is up at TrekPages.
- Several new behind-the-scenes photos as well as shots from 'Shuttlepod One' are available at the official site.
- Scientists in Norway have invented a new spy plane, inspired by Star Trek. Find out more information at Aftenposten.no. Thanks to 'XeneX' for this!
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