Slice of SciFi #264: Interview with David Blue (“Stargate: Universe”)

davidblue2In the News:

  • Students at the University of Michigan have developed new apps for Ford.
  • A Garman update can have your GPS sound like Darth Vader.
  • Movie theaters are being paid to show more trailers.

Multiverse News: Nigel Blackwood is back!  Watch out for that solar flare!

Movie Talk:

  • Find out more about “Timer” a new genre romantic comedy starring “Buffy”‘s Emma Caulfield
  • It opened at number one, so that means we’ll get more Elm Street.

Slice of Trivia: This week Kurt in St. George has some new clips.  Think you know them?   Email your clips to Kurt at Slice of Trivia. Your entries could get picked and played on the show.

TV Talk:  Leonard Nimoy talks about the season finale of “Fringe.”

Interview: Stargate: Universe‘s David Blue returns to the show to tell us what’s happening for the rest of season one and what’s coming up for season two.

In the Future:

  • Find out the latest on “X-Men: First Class.”
  • The long in development “Dark Crystal” sequel is moving forward.

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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Comments

  1. Eurocoin says

    I’m either having the biggest deja vu of my life or it started to play last weeks episode when I pushed the play button. Also the download button seems to be referring to last weeks episode.

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