News Bullets

By Michelle
September 14, 2004 - 9:41 PM

  • Sunspot, a band from Madison, Wisconsin, has recorded a song in honour of Scott Bakula (Captain Archer).

  • New Emmy winner William Shatner (Captain Kirk) is still in negotiations to appear on Enterprise, reports The New York Post.

  • The Chicago Tribune had an article last Friday about the "Shatnerball" scenario paintball game on behalf of charity. Thanks to JJ.

  • StarTrek.com has a birthday tribute to Walter Koenig (Chekov).

  • TrekWeb reports on a Cinefantastique interview with former Enterprise consulting producer David A. Goodman who said that he had spent a lot of time developing a Gorn episode.

  • Wigglefish has posted reviews of all the Star Trek: A Time To... novels through A Time to Kill.

  • Fan film series Star Trek: Hidden Frontier has released a new episode about a Federation world threatened by terrorism.

  • Trekpulse has posted 230 DVD caps from "Hide and Q" and 228 from "The Big Goodbye".

  • Television Without Pity has recapped Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home, a.k.a. "the one with the whales."

  • Sev Trek has a new cartoon parody explaining how the EMH could fall in love with 7 of 9.

  • SAT.1 will show new Enterprise episodes beginning at the end of October 2004, the channel told TrekZone.de.

  • Gamespy has a Spy/Counterspy column today asking "Should Star Trek Take a Break?"

  • Stargate: Atlantis, which has its summer finale on September 17th, has become the top-rated Friday night non-sports entertainment program on both cable and broadcast with the 18-49 year old male audience. This may bode well for Star Trek: Enterprise when it begins new episodes next month.

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