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By Michelle
March 16, 2007 - 2:06 PM

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A few crossover fantasies for the remainder of the movie/TV season:

1) I want James Bond to reveal that he is a Time Lord, and that is why his appearance keeps changing.

2) I want Captain Jack Harkness to reveal that he is an Immortal and go rescue Duncan and Methos from Highlander: The Source.

3) I want Servilia from Rome to be a Cylon and wake up alive.

4) I want Starbuck...never mind. I learned my lesson about MooreRon on Deep Space Nine and you'd think I could stand by my guns and just not watch!

5) I want Lana and Lex's baby to be Damien from The Omen.

6) I want someone to mention to Alan Shore how much he looks like Daniel Jackson from Stargate -- with all the remarks about Klingons and Denny Crane being the captain, this wouldn't even be much of a stretch.

7) Heroes has already fulfilled so many of my crossover fantasies that I hate to many any more demands on it. But if Mulder and Scully could show up investigating...

Trek BBS Today

Below are some of the topics currently being discussed at the Trek BBS:

-Jennifer Garner as Spock's love interest?

-What's up with Lex and Lana's baby?

-Battlestar Galactica: Fantastic end game or anyone smell the shark?

Many more topics can be found at the Trek BBS!

Trek Two Years Ago

These were some of the major news items from March 2005:

  • Berman Discusses 'These Are the Voyages...'
    Rick Berman confirmed that Enterprise series finale "These Are the Voyages..." was written by himself and fellow executive producer Brannon Braga long before UPN cancelled the show, saving the script at the end of the third season with the awareness that the series might get the axe from the network at any time.

  • Ron Moore: 'Enterprise' Changes Came Too Late
    Former Star Trek scribe Ronald D. Moore revealed he liked the year-long Xindi story arc from Enterprise's third season, but said the new show format came two years too late: "If you change pitch in mid-stride, it's going to be a problem."

  • Gail Berman To Become Creative Head Of Paramount
    Fox Entertainment President Gail Berman planned to leave the broadcasting network to become the top creative executive at Paramount Pictures, making her the new point woman for any decisions concerning the Star Trek franchise.

More news can be found in the archives.

Poll Results

Below are the results of the most recent TrekToday poll:

What's doing the best job keeping Star Trek alive?
The prospect of J.J. Abrams' 'Star Trek XI' 39.9% - (856 Votes)
Pocket Books' Star Trek lines 16.9% - (364 Votes)
Fan films, art and fiction 16.8% - (361 Votes)
William Shatner's ever-growing fame 11.9% - (257 Votes)
Old Trek recycled in TV commercials 11.3% - (244 Votes)
Perpetual and Bethesda Softworks' new games 2.1% - (45 Votes)
New comics and manga 0.7% - (15 Votes)

Total Votes: 2142

Please vote in our new poll on Star Trek love triangles!

Happy Birthday!

Sunday, March 18th is the birthday of J.G. Hertzler, Deep Space Nine's Martok; Monday, March 19th is the birthday of Connor Trinneer, Enterprise's Trip Tucker; Tuesday, March 20th is the birthday of John de Lancie, the inimitable Q; and Thursday, March 22nd is the birthday of Captain Kirk himself, William Shatner.

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