Site ColumnsBy Lisa
August 16, 2001 - 11:16 AM
Today's Hello World! comes to you thanks to Sven Goran Eriksson and the lousy performance made by the England football team last night.
As I'm sure you all know, England played the Netherlands in a world cup qualifier warm up. Of course, when there are two TrekToday editors involved representing both nations, there is no such thing as a 'friendly.'
*Grits teeth and smiles sweetly*
And what a stunning performance by the Dutch national team it was. Resplendent in their stunning orange shirts, a colour that absolutely does not make anyone wearing it look like a sissy no matter what I may have implied yesterday; the team hammered the opposition who were completely overwhelmed with a scorline of 2-0. Despite having names that no sane person has a hope in hell of pronouncing or spelling correctly, the Dutch players moved with the grace of gazelles and displayed a skill that would be an inspiration to the worlds finest players. Um, which are all in the Dutch team anyway. Of course. And Christian Höhne Sparborth is the nicest, wisest, bestest person on the planet.
Thank you very bloody much David Beckham and co. Harumpf.
For anyone interested in reading a slightly more impartial account of last night's game, head over to BBC Sport.
Trek BBS Today
Below are some of the topics currently being discussed at the Trek BBS:
-Whatever happend to Tom Riker?
-Do you hate Klingons?
-Take another look at Voyager's 'One'.
More topics can be found at the Trek BBS!
Trek Two Years Ago
Below are soe of the most important headlines from TrekToday on Monday August 16, 1999:
- Poll Results
Last week's poll at TrekToday asked visitors whether they thought a series based on a Starfleet Academy series would happen. Two years later, we know that the next Star Trek series will be Enterprise, due to start in September.
Do you think a Starfleet Academy series will actually happen?
No 71.7% - (239 Votes) Yes 28.2% - (94 Votes) Total Votes: 333
More headlines from that day can be found in our August 1999 archive.
Today's Television Listings
- Unfortunately were are unable to bring you the Sci-Fi Channel listings due to a problem with the official Star Trek site.
- In Canada, Space! will be showing The Original Series's 'Wolf In The Fold' at 10:00am, with a repeat at 4:00pm, TNG's 'Face Of The Enemy' at 12:00pm, DS9's 'Crossfire' at 5:00pm, and Voyager's 'Think Tank' at 10:00pm.
- In the United Kingdom, Sky One will be showing TNG's 'Half A Life' at 17:00 GMT, with a repeat at 00:00. Thanks go out to the Great Link for this!
- In Germany, Sat.1 will be showing TNG's 'Picard macht Urlaub' ('Captain's Holiday') at 16:00 CET.
- In the Netherlands, Ned2 will be showing Voyager's 'Fury' at 17:10 CET, and RTL5 will be showing DS9's 'Badda-bing, Badda-bang' at 18:00. Thanks go out to StarTrek.nl for this!
- In Australia, TV1 will be showing The Original Series's 'What Are Little Girls Made Of?' at 11:30pm and Channel 9 will be showing Voyager's 'Relativity' at 12:00am. Thanks go out to the Australian Babylon 5 & Star Trek air schedule
Tomorrow's Television Listings
- The Sci-Fi Channel will be showing the original series episode 'Errand of Mercy' at 5:00 p.m Eastern Time.
- In Canada, Space! will be showing the original series episode 'The Trouble With Tribbles' at 10:00 a.m Eastern Time, with a repeat at 4:00 p.m. The Next Generation;s 'Tapestry' will be shown at 12:00 p.m, with DS9's 'Return to Grace' at 5:00 p.m. Voyager's 'Juggernaut' will be shown at 10:00 p.m.
- In the United Kingdom, Sky One will be showing the Next Generation episode 'The Host' at 17:00 GMT and midnight. Thanks go out to the Great Link for this!
- In Germany, Sat.1 will be showing the Next Generation episode 'Der Telepath' at 16:00 ECT.
- In the Netherlands, Nederland 2 will be showing Voyager's 'Lifeline' at 17:10 ECT. RTL5 will show Deep Space Nine's 'Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges' at 18:00. Thanks go out to StarTrek.nl for this!