Slice of SciFi #47: Voicemail Show

This show is for you! We’re receiving so much voicemail and email feedback commentary that it just won’t fit in one show anymore. But that’s okay… Keep it coming!

  • Rapid Eye wants to know what Summer thinks about Happy Accidents, and thanks Evo for Kinder Bunnies
  • Moose from NY comments the latest Starbuck character developments
  • McCoy wants to know why scifi fandom isn’t frothing about Lost the same way they do for BSG and other shows
  • Walter in LA thinks Smallville has outlived it’s usefulness and needs to be avoided now
  • Mark in St Louis zings the crew for not knowing an actor’s name
  • Sam from NC to comment on Warehouse 13, and a student film on he same premise called “Gods in Boxes”
  • Walter in LA freaks out about the idea of Vin Diesel as Captain America, and the need for something different in a superhero movie
  • Chris from Trek to the Troops uses his job as a used car salesman to tell us a used car joke
  • Danni in NC thinks free TV show downloads are a great thing

Submitting Listener comments: If you have any suggestions or comments, please let us know. You can call our Voicemail Number, 206-339-TREK, or email Michael with a comment you’ve recorded yourself!

Comments

  1. says

    Nigel, I got it on iTunes last night!

    Funny show guys, especially the first caller =-)

    The “Evo is three letters” reference comes from “Happy Accidents”. Summer, you’ve got to watch it and help me out! Honestly, I think you might like the movie – its certainly a step off to the side of “mainstream”!

    Cheers!!!
    -(RE)-

  2. Nigel in Melbourne says

    re: voicemail shows.

    Ah its ok, I was a Mondo feed person which it was not showing up in. But I moved to getting all three seporate and it was in there

  3. says

    I’d loved LAND OF THE LOST and “Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s The Lost World.” However, I’d rather watch GHOST HUNTERS or AMERICAN IDOL than LOST.

    Finally, Smallville has a great deal of continuity within each season. I’m renting the episodes via Netflix for the commentaries and deleted scenes.

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