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By Caillan
November 2, 2002 - 10:14 AM

  • The episode of The Practice featuring Robert Picardo (the EMH) has been rescheduled to Sunday, November 3, at 10:00 p.m. Eastern Time on ABC, according to his official web site.

  • The Robert Duncan McNeill-directed Everwood episode 'Is There A Doctor In The House' will air on the WB at 9:00 p.m. Eastern Time on Monday November 18. The Tom Paris actor will be helming two further episodes of Dawson's Creek in November and December, his official site reported.

  • DonnaDee at The Captain's Chair has reviewed 'A Night In Sickbay,' giving the episode a score of 8.75 out of 10.

  • Over at Psi Phi, Tim Lynch has posted his reviews of 'Dead Stop' (awarded 8 out of 10) and 'A Night In Sickbay' (awarded 3 out of 10).

  • The first look at Polar Lights' Enterprise NCC-1701 model kit can be found here. Thanks to Rich Day for this!

  • The second German 'Star Trek Nemesis' trailer is available at The Daily Trekker and here at (direct link).

  • The air schedules for Enterprise in Singapore and the UK have been updated at Psi Phi, which now includes schedules for Brazil and Japan.

  • The text-free cover art from 'Garth of Izar' is available at the Psi Phi Star Trek Books Database.

  • Chip Walter talks collaborating with William Shatner (James T. Kirk) on the book 'I'm Working On That!' at Pittsburgh Live.

  • Totally Kate! has been updated with photos from Kate Mulgrew's (Kathryn Janeway) recent visit to Ohio Northern University.

  • The Futon Critic analyses the future of 10 freshman series, including UPN's Haunted, here.

  • A report on a possible antimatter drive is up at Thanks to Declan Cassidy for this!

  • Researchers at the University of Rochester have discovered a new planet orbiting Epsilon Eridani. Thanks to Walter S. George for this!

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