Star Trek: The Three Minute Universe (1988) – Barbara Paul

Space, the final frontier… I dug into another Trek novel this week, hey, there’s a lot of them, so they’ll probably be appearing on here fairly regular, I haven’t read this one since it first came out in ’88, and I don’t remember being a big fan of it when I first joined Captain Kirk…

War of the Worlds (1989) – Doomsday, and Terminal Rock

The increasingly dark war for the planet continues this week, as Team Blackwood, and the entire planet suffer from a heat wave, and the aliens have cut off the water supply! Doomsday was written by Tony Di Franco and first aired on 16 October, 1989. The morthren, specifically Mana (Catherine Disher) discovers the bible, and…

Miami Vice (1986) – Definitely Miami, and Yankee Dollar

A fantastic episode is hindered by the presence of Ted Nugent (ugh), as I head back to Miami for more Vice.┬áDefinitely Miami aired 10 January, 1986 and was written by Micheal Ahnemann and Daniel Pyne is a Sonny Crockett (Don Johnson) story that plays out brilliantly. Callie Bassett (Arielle Dombasle) and her husband Charlie (Nugent)…

Murdoch Mysteries S07E07 – Loch Ness Murdoch

  Michelle Ricco penned this week’s enjoyable episode of Murdoch Mysteries (wait til you see her interview with us on Smithee.TV!). It takes one of the subjects I`ve always been fascinated, cryptozoology, specifically, lake monsters. There have long been rumors of monsters inhabiting not only Canadian lakes, but lakes around the world, the most famous…

The Meta World and Works of Castle

Castle, the TV show, is a guilty pleasure. I followed Nathan Fillion from the skies and ‘Verse of Firefly and Serenity to the mean streets of L.A. masquerading as New York in Castle. And Stana┬áKatic, well, who wouldn’t follow her anywhere? Tough, vulnerable, smart, sexy and a cop? I only know one other person like…