News BulletsBy Caillan
April 18, 2003 - 11:24 AM
- Over at Star Trek: Hypertext, Jamahl Epsicokhan has posted his review of "Judgment". Here's an excerpt from the article:
Part of the fun with "Judgment" is in spotting the familiar lines of dialog and the similar -- even identical -- set design, camera angles, and costumes. Indeed, it looks to me like the production designer, writer, director, and cinematographer all studied the courtroom scenes from Trek VI with great care before the sets here were built and the cameras were rolling. The creators haven't simply borrowed the trial scene from Trek VI, they've re-created it completely. And well.
The episode was given a score of 3 out of 4 stars in the complete analysis.
- Kathie Browne McGavin, who played Deela in the original Trek episode "Wink of an Eye", died on April 8 of natural causes, the Los Angeles Times reported.
- According to the El Paso Times, the Interstate 10 highway in El Paso will likely be named after Trek creator Gene Roddenberry. Thanks to Bas van Ombergen for this!
- Spanish Trekkers are urging fans to send emails to firstname.lastname@example.org to protest the reportedly poor quality Spanish dubbing on the Trek DVDs.
- Paul Allen, co-founder of Microsoft, yesterday announced he will be opening a sci-fi museum at the Experience Music Project in 2004. One of the exhibits will be Captain Kirk's command chair.
- StarTrek.com has posted a report on a recent Trek reference in Buffy The Vampire Slayer.
- About.com has been updated with a spoof article about Captain Picard's trip to the annual convention of the Association for Continuing Higher Education.