Slice of SciFi #235: A Chat With the Ladies of “Stargate: Universe”

chloeIn the News:

  • A new study shows that playing Tetris may make you smarter.
  • Be careful if someone offers to let you play the new video-game Lose/Lose.  When you kill the aliens, it kills files on your PC
  • Disney is looking to have a major remodel of all its Disney Stores.

Brooke Lewis’s Slice Queen: Brooke makes sure you’re aware that October is more than Halloween. It’s also Breast Cancer Awareness Month.  Brooke tells us about Bowling for Boobies

Movie Talk:

  • Carey Mulligan talks about why she wanted the lead role in the upcoming “Never Let Me Go.”
  • Roland Emmerich promises he won’t ruin the “Foundation” novels.

Slice of Trivia: This week Kurt in St. George tests the studio crew and you.  Email your clips to Kurt at sliceoftrivia at Your entries could get picked and played on the show.

TV Talk:   If you were worried about whether or not we’d get to see all of the second season of “Dollhouse” we have some good news.

sgu1Interview:  This week, we chat with ladies of Stargate: Universe. We spend a few minutes talking to Elyse Levesque and Alaina Huffman about their roles on this hit new Syfy series.

In the Future:

  • “Red Dwarf” gets a 10th season
  • Will we ever see a sequel to “ID4?”

Listener comments: If you have any suggestions or comments, please let us know. Keep your comments brief, or funny, and maybe you’ll hear your message on the voicemail show! See you next week with fresh new content.

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  1. Michael Mennenga says

    Well… That would make more sense that it is a Mac program. I mean Windows barely runs as it is. Blow out a couple files and the system dies. :-)
    On a Mac it could take weeks to blast out enough to drive the system down.