Gerri and Eugenia talk about Sci Fi villains due to interviewing Peter Williams who starred as Apophis in Stargate at a Supanova event www.supanova.com.au. You hear Peter talk about his time on SG-1 and how he set the bar for the other System Lords. Some of the villains Gerri and Eugenia discuss are of course Apophis, Scorpius from Farscape, The Master from Doctor Who, Darth Vader and a number of other baddies from Star Trek. Thanks goes to their friends Jason and Darren from Gifts for the Geek www.giftsforthegeek.com.au for the interview.
“Eureka” Eugenia and Gerri found it! Well the topic for this podcast that is! Eugenia and Gerri had the pleasure of catching up with the robotic Deputy Andy himself, Kavan Smith, at a Hub Productions event in Adelaide www.thehubproductions.com. They talk about the aspects they like about the show and what hopes they have for its final episodes. Kavan gives insight into the world of Eureka and how he developed his robot character and one character he really enjoys playing. If you like Eureka or not watched it, no, that can’t be right! Every geek wants to live in a town like this so you must have watched it! This is one podcast that should not be missed.
Eugenia and Gerri go back to one of their favourites, Stargate. They talk about all the baddies that battled with Stargate Command over the years of the shows. They discuss the ones that they liked even though they shouldn’t. They talk about one particular baddie that they both like very, Ba’al. This particular bad guy was not your typical Goa’uld System Lord. Yes, he did want to take over the Universe, he was ruthless and selfish and just plain bad, but, did it with just a sparkle in his eye. So, sit back have a listen and then enjoy the conversation they got to have with the best baddie from Stargate, none other than Ba’al, the gorgeous Cliff Simon when they caught up with him at The Hub Productions Convention in Adelaide www.thehubproductions.com .
Eugenia and Gerri discuss the many years of entertainment that Stargate has given us over the years talking about the SG1, Atlantis and of course the youngster of the crew Universe. This favoured show still resonates today with Sci Fi fans with its strong stories lines and believable plots and its Doctor Who ability to have major cast changes and still be relevant. Characters grew over the years and with the use of Egyptian mythology set the show in a place that gave us familiarity. In this episode Eugenia and Gerri talk to two of the shows actors that made an impact, Christopher Judge and Corin Nemec, the one that grew his hair and the one that was swapped for Daniel! Thanks to Carissa and Rand from The Hub Productions www.thehubproductions.com and Gift for the Geeks at Supanova Expo www.giftsforthegeek.com.au
With both Stargates off the air Gerri and Eugenia were looking forward to Universe. Having seen the promos they wonder if it could be a version of Battle Stargate Universe. They so wished that it could stand-alone! What do they think of the new series? What do they think has influenced the creators of the show did they warm to the characters or like the storyline? Download this episode and see if they nailed it?
From Soldier to Gourmet - Colin Cunningham
Submitted by Eugenia on January 01, 2011 at 18:02 pm
Gerri and Eugenia interview Colin Cunningham at Adelaide Armageddon www.armageddonexpo.com just before the television series Falling Skies aired. Colin talks about the change from the smart military character of Major Davis on Stargate SG-1 to scruffy con man John Pope on Falling Skies. Colin explains how acting in Stargate changed his life and his excitement about working on the new series. Listen to what Gerri and Eugenia think about the show, the story line and development of the characters. Do you agree with Gerri’s theory about the aliens?Listen or download this episode by clicking on an icon below. Whilst listening why not rate, vote in our poll or leave a comment. You can subscribe by RSS, Email or iTunes and get each new episode automatically.
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