Monday, February 21, 2011

The Cape - Hollywood Outbreak Video: David Lyons and Summer Glau Interview

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The Cape

HOLLYWOOD OUTBREAK VIDEO: David Lyons and Summer Glau Interview

Timothy Olyphant - Sci-Fi Talk: "I Am Number Four" Cast Audio Interview

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SCI-FI TALK: I Am Number Four Special

Mon, 21 February 2011

A look at this new SF Film about specially gifted young people. Interviews include Alex Pettyfer, Callan McAuliffe, Dianna Agron, Timothy Olyphant, Teresa Palmer, Kevin Durand and director DJ Caruso. Special thanks to Walt Disney Pictures. Music is by Digital Grey Orchestra.



Star Trek - The SciFi Guys: Nana Visitor Audio Interview Feb 23 8pm [GMT]

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Following on from the anarchy of last week's episode the guys return this week with the second part of the SFBALL Aftermath series featuring special guest interviews with Nana Visitor (Deep Space Nine) Ian McNeice and Rakie Ayola from Doctor Who.

In the first of these two interviews Stuart talks to with Nana Visitor, Kira from Star Trek Deep Space Nine, among other things about her time on the series and the effects the show had on her life at the time. In the second of the interviews the whole team talk with Ian McNeice and Rakie Ayola about everything from Doctor Who, working with Tom Cruise to the new Judge Dredd movie.

This special episode will also mark the finale of the Sci Fi Guys fourth season and fans can expect a few surprises to celebrate this event.

The guys will also bring you all the latest week's happenings in the world of Sci Fi, Cult TV, Movies, Video Games, Anime and more. The anarchy begins at the usual time of 8pm (For those in the UK) on Wednesday 16th February live from and listeners can also interact with the team during the show using twitter ( or they can join the forums and use all the new features which include a chat function, at or they can email the show via the following address

Tom Welling - Smallville - Video: "Fortune" Episode Trailer Airs Feb 25 '11

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SMALLVILLE: Video - "Fortune" Episode Trailer Airs Friday, February 25, 2011 at 8/7C on CW

Everyone loses their memory after drinking spiked champagne, courtesy of Zatanna, at Clark and Lois' bachelor and bachelorette parties. While hunting for her missing engagement ring with Oliver, Lois is accused of theft by Fortune, the casino owner. Elsewhere, Clark recalls stealing an armored truck.

Guest cast includes Alessandro Juliani and James Kidnie.

Alex O'Loughlin - Hawaii Five-0 - TV Guide: Ask Matt Feb 21 '11

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Hawaii Five-O

TV GUIDE: Ask Matt: Chicago Code, Castle, Fringe and More!

Feb 21, 2011
by Matt Roush

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... Question: I just read in USA Today that toward the end of the season, the writers of Hawaii Five-0 are going to break up the team. Can this be true? Will they put them back together? They have a hit on their hands, why mess up a good thing? — Mary

Matt Roush: I wouldn't lose any sleep over this one. This is how season cliffhangers tend to work. The quote you're referring to is a tease from Alex O'Loughlin, saying, "You'll never believe how McGarrett ends up. ... One of the things we'll be looking at is a fracture and a separation of the Five-0 team. They're going to shake everybody up." The more significant quote, for me, came earlier in the story, when O'Laughlin spoke about what gets him excited doing the show. "The week-to-week stuff is boring, formulaic. For some reason, people tune in because they can tune out when they tune in. The arc is the stuff we love as actors." And this is why the writers try to shake things up from time to time, to keep the show interesting for those who do the show, even if some of the fans would prefer the status quo never to be upended. But whatever the writers have in mind for the team, I imagine it wouldn't be permanent. Although I'd embrace any attempt by producers to give procedurals like this an element of surprise.

Doctor Who - The Telegraph (UK) Video: Doctor Who Experience

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Doctor Who

THE TELEGRAPH: Doctor Who Experience, London’s Olympia, review

There's a lot more to this interactive exhibition than just twiddling Doctor Who's buttons.

Until 29th May |

Warehouse 13 - TV Guide: Ask Matt Feb 21 '11

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Warehouse 13

TV GUIDE: Ask Matt: Chicago Code, Castle, Fringe and More!

Feb 21, 2011
by Matt Roush

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... Question: I'm becoming a big fan of several of USA Network's original shows (Burn Notice, In Plain Sight, Covert Affairs, Royal Pains and now Fairly Legal), because I love character-driven shows. I'm also a big fan of some of SyFy's original shows (Eureka, Warehouse 13 and to a lesser extent Haven). But I'm wondering why, when these shows are in their off-season, the networks aren't running more of their reruns? Not that I don't enjoy the continual NCIS and L&O marathons on USA, but wouldn't they get some interest in their existing original shows if they actually SHOWED them to the public? SyFy is especially bad for this, running a never-ending parade of cheesy B-movie monster flicks, which I simply cannot believe give them good ratings. Why not try running episodes a few of their own shows every so often? They would have to be essentially free to run, and it seems like it would be good advertising for the upcoming new seasons of these shows. Can you explain this to me? — Kerry

Matt Roush: It's not entirely true that these series vanish entirely between seasons — it appears that Warehouse 13 is currently being repeated on Monday nights (and episodes of many of these shows are still available online) — but I get your point. The practical answer to this question is that repeats of these cable originals probably don't pull the ratings of off-network rebroadcasts of mainstream hits like NCIS and the various Law & Order shows. And as cheesy as those Syfy movies can be, there's an audience that eats up that campy stuff. The more strategic way to look at this, though, is to consider these series, with their limited seasons of original episodes, as highly marketable "events." And one way to make a new season feel special is to limit its exposure between seasons, so when the new episodes return, the audience hasn't been oversaturated with repeats of the same few episodes. (This seems especially fitting for cable series that produce fewer episodes than the broadcast network norm.) It feels to me that what's driving this complaint is the same as those that can't understand why every series isn't available online so people can see anything they want to see when they want to see it. The economics of TV still require trying to maximize a show's value in its original first run, and that's as good an explanation as any for why many of these series aren't on 24/7 all through the year.

Nathan Fillion - Castle - TV Guide: Ask Matt Feb 21 '11

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TV GUIDE: Ask Matt: Chicago Code, Castle, Fringe and More!

Feb 21, 2011
by Matt Roush

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... Question: I love the show Castle. It seems to me that each actor is perfectly suited for their role. But I watched a clip where the actors were discussing their respective roles on the show and Stana Katic kept her head down, turned to the side with her hair covering her face and never looked up even when talking. Last week's episode really showed how great an actor Katic can be: i.e, the bar scene where she gets close to a suspect to arrest him. My question after watching this clip: Is Katic not happy with her role and planning on leaving the show? I certainly hope not. After all, how can you replace perfection? — Tom

Matt Roush: Perfection? If you're that big a fan, by all means get your hands on this week's issue of TV Guide Magazine, with its cover story on Castle — and a cover photo shoot where Stana Katic really brings it. From the outtakes I saw with her and Nathan Fillion, I didn't sense any unhappiness there. I'm not familiar with the clip you're referring to, but maybe she just wasn't feeling it that day. Nothing I've heard or seen indicates she's out of sorts or unhappy with how they've developed Beckett. Seems to me like she'd consider the character a gift.

Doctor Who - Digital Spy (UK) Video: Doctor Who Experience

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Doctor Who

DIGITAL SPY: We enjoy the Doctor Who Experience!

We chat to Matt Smith, Mark Gatiss and others at the opening of the Doctor Who Experience at Olympia.

Alex O'Loughlin - Hawaii Five-0 - TV Guide: Matt's Picks Feb 21 '11

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Hawaii Five-O

TV GUIDE: Matt's Picks: February 21-24

Feb 21, 2011
by Matt Roush

... Hawaii Five-0

(Monday, 10/9c, CBS)

In other sweeps stunt-casting news, over on CBS's Hawaii Five-0 in the same hour, Danno's brother comes to paradise, a hedonistic Wall Street broker played by comedian Dane Cook. A mad bomber is also on the loose, which might actually be a welcome diversion if Cook tries to do stand-up.

Nathan Fillion - Castle - TV Guide: Matt's Picks Feb 21 '11

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TV GUIDE: Matt's Picks: February 21-24

Feb 21, 2011
by Matt Roush

... Castle

(Monday, 10/9c, ABC)

Who's that heroic looking interloper muscling into Beckett and Castle's turf? That would be former Heroes star Adrian Pasdar, guesting in a tense two-parter as a fed who takes over a murder investigation that exposes a conspiracy with calamitous implications for the city. (Sounds like a job for Jack Bauer, but those days are over.)

Matt Smith - Digital Spy (UK) Video: Doctor Who Season Six Teasers

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Doctor Who

DIGITAL SPY (UK) VIDEO: Matt Smith teases 'Who' Season 6 and The Silence

Doctor Who actor Matt Smith speaks to DS at the Doctor Who Experience about the first episodes of season 6 and what they're filming now. For all the latest Doctor Who news, visit

Being Human - The SciFi Chick: Sam Witwer Q & A

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Being Human

THE SCIFI CHICK: Q&A: Being Human’s Sam Witwer

Keep reading for a Q&A with Sam Witwer (Aidan the vampire) from Syfy’s Being Human. Sam reveals more about the show and his love of science fiction and fantasy!


... Q: Aidan seems be a mentor of sorts to his younger roommates. Could you tell us a bit about his relationship with both Josh and Sally?

Sam Witwer: "He’s kind of the anchor in a weird way, which is funny because he’s also in many ways the most out of control. He tries to keep that away from them. With Josh, yes, he is kind of an older brother. He’s constantly trying to calm that guy down and it’s not like that their personalities are inherently compatible. In fact, as much as I love Sam Huntington, I think I played Aidan most of the time just that he’s starting to learn to find humor and pleasure in the way Josh is.

Whereas, I think for probably the years beforehand it was severely annoying to him and irritating and really hard to deal with. And actually, we do have, I believe coming up, provided it doesn’t get cut from the episode, some flashbacks where we see them early on in their relationship, and it’s not necessarily exactly the same thing.

But yes, it is definitely an older brother, younger brother thing and Aidan is trying to impart pieces of wisdom and knowledge. But, we have to remember that everything that Aidan knows about werewolves is colored from the fact that he’s probably killed a few in his time, and he hasn’t necessarily had a warm relationship with them..."

Alex O'Loughlin - Hawaii Five-0 - Yahoo TV: Weekly Top 10 Picks Feb 21 '11

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Hawaii Five-O

YAHOO TV - What To Watch - Weekly Top 10 Picks - Monday, February 21, 2011

Yahoo TV picks the week's top 10 must-watch shows.

... Hawaii Five-O

Monday at 10pm ET on CBS

Not satisfied with subjecting us to Nick Lachey and Vanessa Minnillo last week, "Five-0" inflicts another odious guest star on us this week. Comedian Dane Cook plays Danno's brother Matt, a free-wheeling Wall Street broker in town to visit his brother. They don't have long to catch up, though, as Five-0 is hot on the trail of a mad bomber bent on revenge.

The Cape - MSN TV: Tonight's Picks Monday Feb 21 '11

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The Cape

MSN TV: Tonight's Picks Monday, February 21, 2011

... The Cape

9:00 PM, NBC

The Cape, Rollo and Max (David Lyons, Martin Klebba, Keith David) must rely on Dana's (Jennifer Ferrin) legal connections to help them find The Lich, while Orwell (Summer Glau) struggles to fight the effects of Conrad Chandler's potent serum as she drifts into fantasy sequences that reveal more about her past. Netta's (guest star Illeana Douglas) odd allegiance to The Lich is clarified in the new episode "The Lich, Part 2."

Alex O'Loughlin - Hawaii Five-0 - Entertainment Weekly: Tonight's Best TV - Feb 21 '11

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Hawaii Five-O

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: Tonight's Best TV, Monday, February 21, 2011

A Daily Guide To Notable Shows ...

... Hawaii Five-0

10-11PM CBS

Dane Cook guest-stars as Danno's brother. "He's a good guy," says Cook, "but he's caught up in some shady dealings." The role has resonance for the comedian: "I've certainly had my own turmoil with family." (Cook's half brother, Darryl, was found guilty last year of embezzling millions from the actor.) Since Five-0 has inarguably become the most shirtless cop show on TV, did Cook get to bare his chest? "I was actually bottomless, which is rare for CBS," he laughs. "No, I was topless. I'm feeling very good about my beach scene." — Darren Franich

Nathan Fillion - Castle - MSN TV: Tonight's Picks Monday Feb 21 '11

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MSN TV - Tonight's Picks Monday, February 21, 2011

... Castle

10:01 PM, ABC

While investigating the apparent robbery-homicide of a Big Apple cabbie, Beckett and Castle (Stana Katic, Nathan Fillion) discover the victim was involved in a mysterious conspiracy. As the stakes continue to rise, driven federal agent Mark Fallon (guest star Adrian Pasdar, "Heroes") takes over the case, and the trio rushes to uncover the real truth about the victim before it's too late in the new episode "Setup," the opener of a two-part story.

CSI - Yahoo TV: Weekly Top 10 Picks - Feb 24 '11

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YAHOO TV - What To Watch - Weekly Top 10 Picks - Thursday, February 24, 2011

Yahoo TV picks the week's top 10 must-watch shows.

... CSI: Crime Scene Investigation

Thursday at 9pm ET on CBS

Always on the lookout for a pop-culture trend to hop on in its eleventh season, "CSI" sets its sights on the latest craze: zombies! Yes, after two bodies presumed to be dead mysteriously come back to life, the CSI team fears they have a zombie outbreak on their hands. If you need help, guys, just rent "Zombieland" and follow their zombie rules; they're quite helpful.

Stargate: TV Schedule Week February 21 '11

Stargate TV schedule for the week of February 21, 2011:

[NOTE: High Definition channels not listed on this schedule. Please confirm with your local listings for correct times.]


STARGATE SG-1 (please check local listings to confirm Showtime time slot)

Cast includes Richard Dean Anderson, Amanda Tapping, Christopher Judge, Michael Shanks, Don S. Davis, Teryl Rothery, Corin Nemec, Ben Browder, Claudia Black and Beau Bridges.

Thur. Feb. 24 5:00 PM SYFY Shades of Grey

O'Neill makes a diplomatic faux pas that threatens Earth's peaceful relations with her allies.

Guest cast includes Tom McBeath, Steve Makaj, Marie Stillin, Christian Bocher, Teryl Rothery and Linnea Sharples.

Sat. Feb. 26 1:00 AM SYFY Dominion

SG-1 tries to capture Adria (Morena Baccarin) by using Vala as bait, but Ba'al intervenes and seizes her in a bid to gain control of the Ori army.

Guest cast includes Peter Flemming, Eric Breker, Jonathan Walker and Fulvio Cecere.

Sat. Feb. 26 8:00 PM SHOWB Learning Curve

Jack's efforts to bring some fun into the life of a young alien could get him a court martial.

Guest cast includes Andrew Airlie, Brittney Irvin, Teryl Rothery, Lachlan Murdoch and Stephanie Shea.

Sat. Feb. 26 8:45 PM SHOWB Point of View

When an alternate version of Earth is invaded by the Goa'uld, the Stargate crew must appeal to the alternate versions of themselves for help.

Guest cast includes Jay Acovone, Peter Williams, Teryl Rothery and Ty Olsson.

Sun. Feb. 27 10:00 AM SHOWB Learning Curve
Sun. Feb. 27 10:45 AM SHOWB Point of View



Cast includes Joe Flanigan, David Hewlett, Rainbow Sun Francks, Rachell Luttrell, Torri Higginson, Paul McGillion, Jason Momoa, David Nykl, Robert Picardo, Amanda Tapping, Kavan Smith, Christopher Heyerdahl and Ryan Robbins.

Tue. Feb. 22 2:00 AM SYFY Midway

Teal'c (Christopher Judge) goes to Atlantis to mentor Ronon ahead of an IOA review to determine his suitability for the Stargate program. Meanwhile, the Wraith kick-start a plot against the Midway station.

Guest cast includes Rob LaBelle, Bill Dow, Scott Heindl, Ben Cotton and Stargate SG-1's Christopher Judge.

Wed. Feb. 23 2:00 AM SYFY The Kindred - Part 1

A mystery illness wreaks havoc on humans across the Pegasus galaxy; Teyla's vision about the father of her child prompts her to join Sheppard on a mission that yields an unexpected discovery.

Guest cast includes Connor Trinneer, Christopher Heyerdahl (as Todd the Wraith), Kavan Smith, Mitch Pileggi, Patrick Sabongui and Heather Doerksen.

Thur. Feb. 24 2:00 AM SYFY The Kindred - Part 2

Beckett's return surprises the Atlantis crew. Elsewhere, Teyla, now a prisoner, finds missing Athosians held captive at one of Michael's secret facilities.

Guest cast includes Connor Trinneer, Christopher Heyerdahl (as Halling), Patrick Sabongui and Linda Ko.

Thur. Feb. 24 5:00 PM UHD Progeny

An advanced civilization is accidentally discovered during the team's investigation of a purportedly abandoned Ancient testing site, prompting Weir to broker an alliance with the society's leader, Oberoth (David Ogden Stiers).

Guest cast includes John O'Callaghan, Hellena Schmied, Kerry Sandomirsky and David Ogden Stiers.

Thur. Feb. 24 8:00 PM UHD Progeny

Weekend February 26/27 - Syndicated (check local listings for channel and time) - Hide and Seek

McKay is trapped in a force field after altering his genes to access the Ancients' technology, and the city is rocked by systems malfunctions after a child unwittingly releases an eerie black cloud.

Guest cast includes Craig Veroni, Christopher Heyerdahl, Reece Thompson, Casey Dubois and Boyan Vukelic.



Cast includes Robert Carlyle, Louis Ferreira, Brian J. Smith, Elyse Levesque, David Blue, Alaina Huffman, Jamil Walker Smith, Peter Kelamis, Patrick Gilmore, Julia Benson, Jennifer Spence, Ming-Na and Lou Diamond Phillips.

Weekend February 26/27 - Syndicated (check local listings for channel and time) - Human

Dr. Rush defies orders to interface with the Destiny's computer in a bid to control the ship's flight path, which puts Col. Young in a difficult position. Meanwhile, Lt. Scott, Eli, Chloe and Greer explore a planet's underground ruins.

Guest cast includes Suleka Mathew, Louise Lombard, Haig Sutherland and Ron Halder.

Alex O'Loughlin - Hawaii Five-0 - Yahoo TV: Monday's Picks Feb 21 '11

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Hawaii Five-O

Yahoo TV: Monday's Picks: What to Watch Monday, February 21, 2011

A list of can't-miss hot shows, undiscovered gems and fan favorites ...

... Hawaii Five-O

Monday at 10pm ET on CBS

Not satisfied with subjecting us to Nick Lachey and Vanessa Minnillo last week, "Five-0" inflicts another odious guest star on us this week. Comedian Dane Cook plays Danno's brother Matt, a freewheeling Wall Street broker in town to visit. They don't have long to catch up, though, as Five-0 is hot on the trail of a mad bomber bent on revenge.

Star Trek - TV Schedule Week Feb 22 '11

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(Please confirm the time slots with your local listings. Schedule does not reflect HD scheduling.)



Cast includes Patrick Stewart, Jonathan Frakes, LeVar Burton, Marina Sirtis, Brent Spiner, Michael Dorn, Gates McFadden and Wil Wheaton.


Tue. Feb. 22 8:00 PM Hero Worship
Tue. Feb. 22 11:00 PM Hero Worship

A young boy (Joshua Harris), the only survivor of a destroyed research vessel, becomes attached to Data (Brent Spiner) and attempts to emulate the android. Picard: Patrick Stewart (who also directed).

Guest cast includes Joshua Harris, Harley Venton, Sheila Franklin and Steven Einspahr.

Wed. Feb. 23 8:00 PM Violations
Wed. Feb. 23 11:00 PM Violations

Crew members begin to fall into inexplicable comas when the Enterprise plays host to a delegation of telepathic aliens.

Guest cast includes Rosalind Chao, Ben Lemon, David Sage, Rick Fitts and Eve Brenner.

Thur. Feb. 24 8:00 PM The Masterpiece Society
Thur. Feb. 25 12:00 AM The Masterpiece Society

Picard and the crew of the Enterprise work to save a genetically engineered society from a natural disaster---but their efforts could be equally destructive.

Guest cast includes John Snyder, Dey Young, Ron Canada and Sheila Franklin.

Fri. Feb. 25 8:00 PM Conundrum
Fri. Feb. 25 11:00 PM Conundrum

The crew of the Enterprise experiences memory loss and becomes engaged in a baffling battle with the Lysians.

Guest cast includes Erich Anderson, Michelle Forbes, Liz Vassey and Erick Weiss.

Sat. Feb. 26 6:00 PM Captain's Holiday

Picard's vacation is interrupted by Vorgon security agents (Karen Landry, Michael Champion) from the 27th century who are searching for a secret weapon hidden by its time-traveling inventor.

Guest cast includes Jennifer Hetrick, Karen Landry, Michael Champion, Max Grodénchik and Deirdre Imershein.

Sat. Feb. 26 7:00 PM Tin Man

The Enterprise crew is assigned to carry a Betazoid Federation emissary (Harry Groener), who's en route to contact a newly discovered life-form called Tin Man.

Guest cast includes Michael Cavanaugh, Peter Vogt, Colm Meaney and Harry Groener.

Sun. Feb. 27 3:00 PM Captain's Holiday
Sun. Feb. 27 4:00 PM Tin Man


Tue. Feb. 22 7:00 PM Liaisons

The crew hosts Iyaaran ambassadors: one is assigned to Troi; the other seeks to provoke Worf. Meanwhile, Picard is rescued by a woman (Barbara Williams) who falls in love with him.

Guest stars include Barbara Williams, Eric Pierpoint, Paul Eiding and Michael Harris.

Tue. Feb. 22 8:00 PM Interface

Geordi, attached to an experimental probe, thinks he sees his mother on a stranded ship---although the craft was reported missing more than 300 light years away.

Guest stars include Madge Sinclair, Warren Munson and Ben Vereen.

Tue. Feb. 22 9:00 PM Gambit - Part 1

While investigating the apparent death of Picard, Riker is kidnapped and taken to a ship that's been looting archaeological sites---only to discover Picard among the crew.

Guest stars include Richard Lynch, Robin Curtis, Julie Caitlin Brown and Cameron Thor.

Tue. Feb. 22 10:00 PM Gambit - Part 2

Picard and Riker, having ingratiated themselves with the mercenaries, seek to drive them to mutiny---and learn the true nature of the artifacts they seek.

Guest stars include Richard Lynch, Robin Curtis, Julie Caitlin Brown, Cameron Thor and James Worthy.


Tue. Feb. 22 1:00 AM The Big Good-bye

In this Emmy-winning episode, Picard, Crusher and Data re-create 1941 San Francisco via the holodeck, but when the system malfunctions, they find themselves at bay in the 20th century.

Guest cast includes Lawrence Tierney, Harvey Jason, William Boyett, David Selburg and Rhonda Aldrich.

Wed. Feb. 23 1:00 AM Datalore

While exploring Data's home planet, the crew discovers a collection of body parts, which create an android that's a dead ringer for Data (Brent Spiner).

Guest cast includes Biff Yeager.

Thur. Feb. 24 1:00 AM Angel One

On the planet Angel One, the crew discovers that the survivors of a freighter accident are now fugitives because they oppose the matriarchy.

Guest cast includes Karen Montgomery, Sam Hennings, Patricia McPherson and Leonard Crofoot.

Fri. Feb. 25 1:00 AM 11001001

When the computer indicates a pending disaster, the crew evacuates, unaware that members of a computer-dependent species have sabotaged the ship.

Guest cast includes Carolyn McCormick, Gene Dynarski, Katy Boyer, Alexandra Johnson and Iva Lane.

Sat. Feb. 26 1:00 AM Home Soil

While visiting Velara III, where terraformers labor to make the planet more inhabitable, the crew is mystified by a bizarre accident that claims the life of one of the workers.

Guest cast includes Walter Gotell, Elizabeth Lindsey, Gerard Prendergast and Mario Roccuzzo.


Enterprise 2

Cast includes Scott Bakula, John Billingsley, Jolene Blalock, Dominic Keating, Anthony Montgomery, Linda Park and Connor Trinneer.

SYFY Marathon February 22, 2011

8:00 AM Countdown

Newly allied with the Xindi, Archer turns his attentions to destroying the doomsday device as the Reptilians attempt to brainwash Hoshi into cracking the weapon's code.

Guest cast include Steven Culp, Scott MacDonald, Rick Worthy and Tucker Smallwood.

9:00 AM Zero Hour

Archer tries to coax a traumatized Hoshi into using her decryption skills to disable the doomsday weapon before the Reptilians can use it to destroy Earth as the Enterprise embarks on a desperate mission of its own to cripple the rest of the spheres.

Guest cast include Jeffrey Combs, Matt Winston, Scott MacDonald, Rick Worthy and Tucker Smallwood.

10:00 AM Storm Front - Part 1

Archer awakens in the U.S. circa 1944 as a prisoner of Nazis controlling New York City. But he escapes with the help of an insurgent (Golden Brooks). Back aboard Enterprise, the crew seeks answers for their journey back in time and the changes to Earth's history.

Guest cast include Golden Brooks, Jack Gwaltney, John Fleck, Joe Maruzzo and Tom Wright.

11:00 AM Storm Front - Part 2

Frustrated by the limitations of Nazi technology, Vosk offers to return Trip and Mayweather to the Enterprise if Archer assists in the creation of a time machine. Meanwhile, Alicia's comrades in Nazi-occupied New York learn of Archer's space vessel on the eve of an Allied counterattack.

Guest cast include Golden Brooks, Jack Gwaltney, John Fleck, Matt Winston, Christopher Neame and Steve Schirripa.

12:00 PM Home

The Enterprise returns to Earth with great fanfare, but the novelty quickly wears off for Archer, who is forced to take a vacation after a heated exchange with a Vulcan official (Gary Graham). Also, Trip accompanies T'Pol to Vulcan, where he meets her mother (Joanna Cassidy); Reed worries about Phlox's safety on Earth in the aftermath of the Xindi scare.

Guest cast include Jack Donner, Joanna Cassidy, Michael Reilly Burke, Ada Maris, Gary Graham and Vaughn Armstrong.

1:00 PM Borderland

The Klingons threaten war after genetic mutants hijack one of their ships, leading Archer to call on the mutants' “father”---criminal scientist Arik Soong (Brent Spiner)---for help in taking them down.

Guest cast include Brent Spiner, J.G. Hertzler, Alec Newman, Abby Brammell, Joel West, Paul Wight and Dave Power.

2:00 PM Cold Station 12

Soong (Brent Spiner) realizes just how ruthless his “children” have become when the fugitive Augments raid a research facility to retrieve genetically enhanced embryos left over from the Eugenics Wars.

Guest cast include Brent Spiner, Alec Newman, Abby Brammell, Richard Riehle, Kaj-Erik Eriksen, Kris Iyer and Adam Grimes.

3:00 PM The Augments

Malik's rash proposal to safeguard the Augments from Starfleet interference leads to a rift with Soong as the Enterprise cautiously enters Klingon space in dogged pursuit.

Guest cast include Brent Spiner, Alec Newman, Abby Brammell, Richard Riehle and Mark Rolston.

4:00 PM The Forge

The crew joins forces with Vulcan authorities to investigate a deadly bombing of Earth's embassy, which may be the work of a sect devoted to the logical teachings of Surak, the father of Vulcan philosophy.

Guest cast include Robert Foxworth, Vaughn Armstrong, Gary Graham, Michael Reilly Burke and Michael Nouri.

5:00 PM Awakening

he Syrranites subject Archer to a potentially lethal mind-meld after learning that information about Surak was placed in his head. Meanwhile, Vulcan officials plot the dissidents' destruction.

Guest cast include Robert Foxworth, Gary Graham, John Rubinstein, Bruce Gray, Kara Zediker and Joanna Cassidy.

6:00 PM Kir'Shara

As Vulcan prepares for war, V'Las (Robert Foxworth) sends a commando team to eliminate Archer, T'Pol and T'Pau, while Soval risks his sanity to warn the Andorians of the impending attack.

Guest cast include Robert Foxworth, Jeffrey Combs, John Rubinstein, Gary Graham, Michael Reilly Burke, Kara Zediker, Todd Stashwick and Jack Donner.

Thur. Feb. 24 6:00 PM The Catwalk

After rescuing a group of stranded aliens, the Enterprise is caught in a perilous ion storm, compelling the crew to retire to the safety of the ship's reinforced---but cramped---catwalk.

Guest cast Scott Burkholder, Zach Grenier, Danny Goldring, Aaron Lustig and Brian Cousins.