News BulletsBy Caillan
October 10, 2004 - 5:13 AM
- Jeri Ryan (Seven of Nine) will guest star in the October 18 episode of the comedy Two and a Half Men. Here's how TV Guide describes the episode:
Charlie meets his match in a self-centered woman (Jeri Ryan) who takes control of the relationship and is just as eager to get rid of him after sex.
Two and a Half Men airs at 9:30 p.m. Mondays on CBS. Thanks to 'teya' for this!
- Over at TrekWeb, Bill Williams has posted his review of David Mack's Next Generation novel, A Time to Heal. "David Mack clearly has his finger on the pulse of Star Trek as we once knew it and as we know it now, elevating him into the top echelon of expert storytellers in both Star Trek and in the world of literature itself," Williams said. Read more at this page.
- Robert Picardo's (the Doctor) new play, Gemini: The Musical, opened at the Prince Music Theater in Philadelphia yesterday. As previously reported, Picardo is playing the role of Francis Geminiani Sr., having previously taken on the part of Francis Geminiani Jr. in the 1977 Broadway production. For further details on the musical, check out this Playbill article.
- The Boston Herald has posted a brief interview with William Shatner (James T. Kirk) and singer Ben Folds about their new album, Has Been.
- The 2nd season DVD of The Jamie Kennedy Experiment features a hidden camera segment with Star Trek fans, according to TVShowsOnDVD.com.
- Former Trek writer-producer Ronald D. Moore is interviewed at the Times Online about the new Battlestar: Galactica series, which debuts on the UK's Sky One this month.
- The USA Network mini-series The 4400, which was written and produced by several Trek alumni, including Rene Echevarria and Ira Steven Behr, will be shown in Australia tonight. Part one airs at 8:30 p.m. on Network Ten, with the conclusion to be shown on Monday at the same time.
- The cover art for From Sawdust to Stardust, a biography of DeForest Kelley (Dr. Leonard 'Bones' McCoy), is now up at the Psi Phi Star Trek Book Database.
- The X-Men Legends game, featuring the voice of Patrick Stewart (Jean-Luc Picard) is now available for X-Box. Thanks to the Patrick Stewart Network for this!
- TrekPulse.com has posted over one thousand new screencaps from The Next Generation's third season.