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By Lisa
September 20, 2001 - 8:12 PM

  • Do you live in middle Tennessee? Fancy seeing the premier of Enterprise on a Big Screen? The LCARS Computer Network has managed to obtain a limited number of sneak-preview passes to see UPN's big screen premiere of 'Broken Bow' on Wednesday the 26th September at Belcourt Theatre, near the Vanderbilt University campus. Ticket details will be posted at the weekend. For more information, head over to the LCARS Computer Network.

  • For those frantically trying to download the latest Enterprise promos, several new mirrors are now online. The first can be found here at TrekNews.de. EnterpriseUK has its own mirror set up. Trek5 have the latest promo covered here in Quicktime format. You can also find the promo here at phantastik.de.

  • This week's Canadian TV Guide features Enterprise's Captain Jonathan Archer on its front cover. The Magazine web site says: "Set a full century before the adventures of Captain Kirk and his "Star Trek" crew, "Enterprise" takes place during the infancy of Starfleet as Capt. Jonathan Archer (Scott Bakula, 'Quantum Leap') leads the rickety NX-O1 Enterprise into outer space." The issue should be on sale on Canadian newsstands from 22nd September. Thanks go out to Steve Feek for this!

  • Also for Canadian Enterprise fans: A-Channel, an independent Canadian channel servicing Calgary, and Edmonton Alberta as well as Manitoba is scheduled to show Enterprise a day early on Tuesday September 25 at 7pm MST. For more details, check local listings. Thanks to Jim Cove for this!

  • Fancy owning your own Klingon Bat'leth? Standard Issue, or the Sword of Kath'less style Bat'leths are available in stainless steel with a lifetime guarantee against breakage. Standard costs about $175.00 and Kath'less style for $200.00. For more details check out the Sabremith web site's online catalogue. Thanks to Anthony J. Torre for this!

  • This week's Star Trek List at About.com's Star Trek Fans takes a look at ' Top Rejected Tag-Lines for Captain Archer,' including:

    Hey, babe. My ship can go warp 2.7!

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