Slice of SciFi #461: The Hoff vs Samuel L.

Slice of SciFi #461: The Hoff vs Samuel L.

Which 80’s hit series could be headed to a theater near you?  Trust us, you may not like the answer! Is the Hoff tough enough to take on the guy who stopped all those snakes on a plane?!?  Did you get an invitation to the big Marvel wedding?  And which series did SyFy cancel this time?!?

These are just some of the questions we’ll answer on today’s installment of Slice of SciFi!  We’ll also have another book recommendation for your summer reading pile and you may feel like Kurt’s latest trivia is a bit familiar.  But don’t worry, this has all happened before and it will all happen again.

We’ve also got a Con Report, courtesy of the good folks at Geek Nation Tours.

We’ll be back Wednesday and if you’re a fan of Eureka, we’ve got a great round table interview you will NOT want to miss.  Though we will warn you that you’ll need to be fully caught up through last Monday’s episode or else there will be SPOILER!  (You’ve got time!  After you’re done listening to us, go and watch!)

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  1. tensaibaka says

    I was listening to your description of 2312, and it made me remember that Star Wars used the same concept of living on a very hot planet, by always staying on the dark side away from the sun, in Zahn’s Thrawn Trilogy. After Lando lost his gas mining colony on Bespin, he built a new mining colony on the planet Nkllon, using an old dreadnaught ship to keep the colony moving and in the dark.

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