13th May2009

Trekcast Sci-Fi Supplement 17: Bathing in the afterglow

by Quarksbartender

sick-bayHello and welcome to the next episode of Trekcast we are back in the studio and we still cant get enough of Star Trek. This week on the supplement we update you with the latest on whats happening with the new movie and what it’s done at the box office as well as our personal reviews, and what we thought of the film after we have had a chance to really take it all in.

Of course it wouldn’t be a supplement without some subspace signals so we answer some of your great emails (thanks for those and keep them coming).

Then in some other Star Trek product news we check out a couple new games Star Trek: The Mobile Game and Star Trek D.A.C. Also a great new R/C starship Enterprise and Klingon Bird of Prey from Tyco RC that you can actually fly around and recreate the battle from Star Trek 3 it’s awesome.

Alright everyone this is the last couple day’s so enter now for this great give away brought to you by Trekcast and our friends at DVDGeeks. Here is what you need to do. Listen to there great podcast answer there trivia question, then listen to Trekcast answer our trivia question, and just so you know both questions are from the TOS episode Balance of Terror (watch it here) . Answer both questions correctly for a chance to win Season 1 of the Original Series (remastered) on BluRay disc. Click here to enter and for contest rules.

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9 Responses to “Trekcast Sci-Fi Supplement 17: Bathing in the afterglow”

  • Dale Hoppert

    The stupid little scaly green ewok’s name is Keenser. He was played by Deep Roy, who actually played an ewok in Return of the Jedi and played all of the Oompa Loompas in Tim Burton’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory… and he *did* speak in the film. He said, “me,” setting off Scotty’s “bean tirade” on Delta Vega, he whined slightly when Scotty and Kirk beamed out, and that was his voice we heard gibbering from the far end of the hallway when Kirk and Nimoy’s Spock first arrived at the Starfleet outpost.

  • Dale Hoppert

    The stupid little scaly green ewok’s name is Keenser. He was played by Deep Roy, who actually played an ewok in Return of the Jedi and played all of the Oompa Loompas in Tim Burton’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory… and he *did* speak in the film. He said, “me,” setting off Scotty’s “bean tirade” on Delta Vega, he whined slightly when Scotty and Kirk beamed out, and that was his voice we heard gibbering from the far end of the hallway when Kirk and Nimoy’s Spock first arrived at the Starfleet outpost.

  • Mike Meimetis

    Hi Dale,
    Sorry this is not about the website. For some reason I was thinking about you and your family
    so I decided to look you up on the computer. Im not to good on the computer but I try. If you dont rember me I lived accros the street from you on Chantilly St. in Anaheim Ca. I think the last time I saw you was at my brother Nick’s first wedding. If you get this message please email me
    I would love to talk to you.
    Your friend
    Michael Meimetis

  • Michael Meimetis

    Hi Dale,
    Sorry this is not about the website. if you dont rember me by my name I lived across the
    street from you in Anaheim. On Chantilly St. I would love to talk to you. Emale me at klmeimetis@yahoo
    your friend Michael Meimetis

  • Tim Burton has a unique style when making his movie. I love Nightmare Before Christmas and Edward Scissorhands.:”`

  • Tim Burton is an eccentric director in my opinion but he has his own unique style-~’

  • Tim Burton is just a very talented director and i love all his works:`;

  • tim burton does really have that unique style with regards to his movies.,*

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