News BulletsBy Caillan
June 9, 2003 - 8:58 AM
- TV Guide's Matt Roush has again been asked about the Wednesday 8:00 p.m. quandary: Smallville, Ed or Enterprise?
I'm thinking Enterprise has more to worry about than Smallville in this face-off. If I had to pick one of these three shows as the odd one out, it's no contest. Buh-bye, Enterprise.
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- Roush was also asked by a reader whether he thinks Enterprise's new direction will "save" the series. "I'd feel worse about Enterprise's chances if they weren't shaking it up a bit. Whether it will work, we'll have to wait until fall to see." This week's complete edition of 'Ask Matt' is available here.
- Scott Bakula's visit to the Enterprise CVN 65 (story) has been delayed, according to a post on the Scott Bakula Fan Forum. Thanks to Margaret and Bakula News for this!
- TrekZone.de reported that the second season of Enterprise will not be shown in Germany on SAT 1 until 2004.
- The Daily Bulletin has posted an update on the expansion of Los Angeles' Griffith Park Observatory (as featured in Voyager's "Future's End"). The front lawn is currently being dug up to construct the Leonard Nimoy (Spock) Theatre.
- New items up for auction at Tim Russ's (Tuvok) official web site include an autographed Voyager Hallmark ornament, call sheet and cast photos.
- An episode of Michael Piller's Dead Zone which was pulled from its original timeslot will be shown during the show's summer run, according to the Futon Critic. Entitled "The Hunt", the episode will see Johnny Smith recruited by the US government to help in their search for Osama bin Laden.
- Over 50 new screencaps from the Star Trek Nemesis DVD are up at TrekPulse.