"I loved it. It was so very well done. There is one question though, the next time you watch it try looking for any handheld communicators like in the series. I don't remember seeing any, but them still seemed to be able to talk to one another."
This is a group for Trekkies from the southern states of Oklahoma, Texas, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Tennessee, Georgia, Florida, South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia and West VirginiaSee More
For all your sercurity needs!We of the USS MOGH 1978 solmly swear to keep the people of the Federation safe from harm.From things like the BorgThe Romulansand in some cases THEMSELVES!join today!See More
Anyone who has watched Lost knows it's good Science Fiction in the vein of the Twilight Zone. This is the place to discuss all the mysteries and characters and angst (not to mention all the faces that Jack makes!)WARNING: There may be SPOILERSSee More
"With a week left for nomination submission to the Audio Verse Awards, Star Trek: Outpost has already garnered quite a few nominations!
Best Writing of an Ongoing Fan/Adaptation Production:Dan McIntosh and Tony Raymond – Writers of Star Trek:…"
Nothing like waking up in a dark cloud to find some neat news waiting in my inbox. Some kind soul nominated me for Best Actor in a Fan/Adaptation Ensemble Role for Star Trek: Outpost. Seeing as how I'm up against five other righteous dudes in our cast, it's certainly an honor to have been nominated.http://www.audioverseawards.net/site/list-of-nominees/See More
"@Mike: I wouldn't say that I've been disappointed, per se. I'd agree that I've been considerably underwhelmed a bit with the stories they've given him. There's this sense of "we want him to be a bit…"
"Well, we're coming to the end of Peter Capaldi's first season as the Doctor, and all I can say is "yawn." It seems like the writers don't know what to do with him. He just kind of wanders around looking at things, but never…"