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Star Trek: TOS

Walter Koenig's Son, Andrew Has Gone Missing. Spread The Word.

Walter Koenig's Son, Andrew Goes Missing. Spread The Word.

Andrew Koenig who played Richard 'Boner' Stabone on "Growing Pains", as well as Tumak on the DS9 episode "Sanctuary", has been missing since February 14th.  Andrew, son of TOS star Walter Koenig, was last seen in Vancouver, Canada.

Andrew is "in a depressed state," his father told Entertainment Tonight. Walter said he and his wife Judy had last heard from Andrew, 42, in early February when he was visiting friends in Toronto.  He then went to Vancouver where he was last seen February 14. He didn't show up for his February 16 flight back to L.A.

Walter Koenig's "InAlienable" Heading To DVD Plus Interview

Walter Koenig's "InAlienable" Heading To DVD Plus Interview

Walter Koenig has spent the last 10 years or so battling it out, trying to get his film "InAlienable" developed and filmed.  Finally, this year the film will be hitting DVD shelves and ScreenStar.com has an interview with Walter.

"InAlienable" is a sci-fi thriller and legal drama that follows the plight of a guilt-ridden scientist, Dr. Norris (Richard Hatch), who gives birth to an alien-human hybrid child, a child that then becomes the focal point of a legal case over whether it's a living entity with rights or an abomination that must be destroyed.

Youtube Video Round-up: Star Trek Bloopers Edition

Youtube Video Round-up: Star Trek Bloopers Edition

If your here reading this article, more than likely your a Star Trek fan and you probably no that we are too. We love pretty much everything that's available from our favorite sci-fi series, right down to the funny and sometimes just interesting bloopers that happen on set

This leads us into another edition of the Youtube Video Round-up Star Trek Bloopers edition!! (que cheesy echo) We've scoured youtube for bloopers from every series and even Star Trek XII. Set back, relax with a Raktajino and enjoy!

Star Trek: TOS Bloopers (apparently there were lots of door problems in the 60s)

Bethesda Softworks Considered Developing A Star Trek: TOS Single Player RPG

Bethesda Softworks Considered Developing A Star Trek: TOS Single Player RPG

Two of our favorite PC games over the past decade have been "The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion" and "Fallout 3".  Imagine, an RPG much like those two amazing games, but in the Star Trek: TOS Universe.  This could have been a reality according to Bethesda studio head Todd Howard.  Bethesda had the rights to Star Trek for a very short period and considered the game.  Unfortunately, it never made it past the pitch phase.  We found the article via The Escapist, but Howard made that revelation on Kotaku's podcast last week.  Check out the article excerpt below.

Mythbusters Take On The Gorn Cannon December 28th

Mythbusters Take On The Gorn Cannon December 28th

Mythbusters, the popular TV series from the Discovery Channel, are know for disproving (or proving, depending on the outcome) of modern myths. From whether or not A penny dropped from a skyscraper lands with enough force to either kill a pedestrian on the sidewalk below or embed itself into the sidewalk, to if it is possible to bust out of a jail cell by trapping the gas released from a large stockpile of antacid tablets and water, the Mythbusters have taken on many of our modern day myths.

TOS Season 3 Best Of Picks By Certified Star Trek Geeks At DVD Geeks

TOS Season 3 Best Of Picks By Certified Star Trek Geeks At DVD Geeks

Our friends over at DVD Geeks invited us, Jerad "Hey Star Trek!" Formby, Dayton Ward, Miles McLoughlin and Larry Nemecek to submit 3 of our favorite episodes from season 3 of TOS.  We had to include "Spock's Brain" and "The Way to Eden".  Come on, space hippies, what's not to love?!  High fives!  Be sure to check out the full article link below and spread the trek love!

Youtube Video Round-up: Deforest Kelley Edition

Youtube Video Round-up: Deforest Kelley Edition

Yesterday on our Facebook page we posted a link to a Deforest Kelley video montage of his pre-Trek days as a cowboy and western movie star. This got us to thinking, that it's time for another edition of our famous Star Trek Youtube Video Round-up series.

Our favorite spacefaring country doctor is the focus of this episode. We found lots of great videos and fond memories of De Kelley, from a 1976 interview on Tom Snyder's Tomorrow program to rare footage from the 1995 Creation Grand Slam in L.A.. Check out the Videos below and, we sure do miss you De!

DeForest Kelley's gun-slinging days

Alternate "Where No Man..." Included With Season 3 TOS Blu-ray

Alternate "Where No Man..." Included With Season 3 TOS Blu-ray

Just about every Trek fan knows about the Star Trek: TOS "two pilot" story.  If not, the tale goes that Gene Roddenberry and company created the original pilot "The Cage", starring Jefferey Hunter as Captain Pike, and showed the feature to NBC.  NBC then rejected the said pilot as "too cerebral" and ordered another pilot when "Where No Man Has Gone Before" was born.

TOS Bluetooth Communicator Makes Inner Spock Happy (illogical!)

TOS Bluetooth Communicator Makes Inner Spock Happy (illogical!)

From our PADDs to our burgeoning replicator technology, we're almost living the dream of a full Trek lifestyle. Thanks to Makezine.com and a link from Gizmodo, we can now take another step closer to that dream.

Bye Bye, Robot: Official Licensed Star Trek Fine Art