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omg: make your own Wil Wheaton/John Scalzi fanfic

Or Clash of the Geeks. You know who Wil Wheaton is: the erstwhile Wesley Crusher, currently professional geek and keeper of WWdN: In Exile — which always makes me do a double take, because I expect the wWdN to stand for “What Would Wil Wheaton Do?” which it might as well do, seeing as how … more…

because Syfy really hates sci-fi, and its viewers

Okay, I’m a dork: I know this. But I’m typically out most nights of the week at screenings, and I really look forward to vegging on the sofa on Friday nights. Of late, this has involved some Syfy original programming: Caprica, Eureka, Stargate Universe, etc. This will soon end (via the L.A. Times blog Company … more…

‘Stargate Universe’ debuts tonight on SyFy

I’d been a bit leery about the idea of yet another Stargate series, for SG-1 faltered quite badly in its final years, never really recovering from the defeat of its own Big Bad Guys, and Atlantis never really found its footing, making itself content to be a pale imitation of its originator series even though … more…

trailer break: ‘Stargate: Universe’

Take a break from work: watch a TV trailer… “Yes, that is planet Earth, and yes, you are on a spaceship.” And yes, I’d like to imagine myself in that position, as I’m sure most of the intended audience for this show could say as well, but c’mon: Do we really need to be pandered … more…

why does TV suck so much lately?

I’ve given up on Sarah Connor Chronicles and Heroes. Given up on blogging about them on an episode-by-episode basis like I have been doing. I’m still watching… sort of. Because what I really mean when I say that I watch something on TV is that I give it my undivided attention, which means that that … more…