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By Caillan
October 16, 2002 - 1:29 PM

  • After being dropped from the guest list at an upcoming fundraiser for the Jewish Federation of Greater Seattle Leonard Nimoy (Spock) has accepted an invitation to appear at the Temple Beth Am in Wedgwood, according to the Seattle Times. Thanks to 'jimjustplainjim' for this!

  • At the end of his 'Star Trek III: The Search For Spock' commentary, Leonard Nimoy revealed that William Shatner (James T. Kirk) will be joining him on the 'Star Trek IV' commentary track, according to IGN DVD. Thanks to 'jimjustplainjim' for this!

  • Monkee has posted her analysis of 'Dead Stop,' which she described as "serviceable – one of Trek's better 'creepy' episodes." The episode was given a score of 8.5 out of 10 in the full review.

  • Star Trek: Hypertext has been updated with Jammer's review of 'Minefield.' Here's an excerpt from the analysis:

    The episode is the first to be written by new co-executive producer John Shiban, a former X-Files scribe. The script wisely puts its money on the character backstory. Yes, Archer and Reed are trying to dismantle a bomb, but the story is more interested in supplying these two guys with some humanity than in getting too carried away with the bomb or the Romulans.

    Overall, 'Minefield' was given a score of 3 out of 4. Read more at this page.

  • Excerpts from 'The Brave and the Bold' Book One and Book Two are available at Psi Phi's Star Trek Book Database.

  • UPN has renewed its Monday night comedy Half and Half for a full season, according to the Hollywood Reporter.

  • StarTrek.com reports that Jolene Blalock (T'Pol) is featured in the first issue of 'Ramp Magazine.'

  • A new Enterprise screensaver has been posted at Useless Creations. Thanks to Mark Harrison for this!

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