Julia Diddy

The Surreal Appeal of ‘Yo Gabba Gabba’

Elijah Wood and Sarah Silverman have shown up for Dancey Dance Time. Tony Hawk showed up to bust some moves, too – albeit on his board. Heck, Jack Black showed up for a whole episode. Devo’s Mark Mothersbaugh serves as resident art instructor. Let’s not overlook Weezer dressing up as insects, or a white-lab-coat-festooned Anthony […]

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Five Minutes With ‘V’s Scott Wolf

Tuesday night, the ‘V’s will be resuming their infiltration of Earth and picking up where they left off in perpetuating all sorts of guinea-pig-eatin’, rebel-scalpin’, and human brainwashin’ hijinks. (That’s right, silly human! You will look into our ridiculously gorgeous eyes, hear our soothing tones, and forget all thoughts of impending peril!) Scott Wolf, who […]

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‘Caprica’s Esai Morales: “It’s Really Devastating Stuff To Do”

Esai Morales promises that as the intricate and atmospheric saga of Syfy’s ‘Caprica’ unfurls, “impossible” plot twists and “major, major surprises” will be the order of the day. Fancast spoke with Morales about his work on the show, his co-stars (one of whom possesses a superhuman belching ability), and which TV staples he’s a fan […]

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‘Caprica’s Paula Malcomson: “This Thing Is So Full of Shocks and Surprises!”

‘Battlestar Galactica’ may have left behind some big shoes to fill, but by the looks of the first few episodes of ‘Caprica‘ (SyFy Friday 9 pm), this prequel won’t spend any time simpering in the shadows (or footwear) of its famous predecessor. Were Caprica’s creators intent on ticking every item off a checklist of Things […]

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Expect The Best From ‘Life UneXpected’

Who knew that teenagers on the CW were capable of so much more than attending exclusive schools, wearing bitchin’ clothes, and/or overdosing in both the figurative (ahhhhh, the tragedy, the heart-wrenching ennui – of having too much too soon!) and literal ways (when even the drugs are the designer kind)? Yet ‘Life UneXpected’ has taught […]

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Sci Fi Tracker – This Week in Sci Fi: ‘Supernatural’s Lucky Number 6(66)? ‘Torchwood’ to Tour U.S.? And ‘V’ Orders Up More Moral Ambiguity!

This week in sci fi: will Supernatural‘s Winchesters live to slay another day? Will Torchwood touch down on Yankee shores – and recruit Captain Mal while there? (Oh please, oh please.) Was Tennant tentative about relinquishing the keys to the Tardis? These questions, and more, will be answered below. (Not answered thoroughly, however, since TV […]

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The Cinematic Splendor of Star Trek I – XI: A Primer

December 7, 2009 marked the 30th anniversary of the release of the first ever Trek flick, Star Trek: The Motion Picture. Now, three decades, numerous TV series, and ten additional movie installments later, the franchise has never been healthier…thanks in no small part to J.J. Abrams injecting the recent 2009 reboot with a hell of […]

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Sci Fi Tracker: This Week in Sci Fi – Fringe’s Missing Matriarch, FlashForward’s Comparative Calendaring, and More

Seasons greetings! As Snoopy dons his Santa hat and Rudolph finds himself excluded from all those reindeer games yet again, the tube is still offering up a few spicy slices of sci fi for your holiday enjoyment…not least of which are those last looming Doctor Who eps featuring Mr. Tennant. Small screen sci fi news […]

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Recap: ‘Fringe’- ‘If You So Much As Twitch, You Won’t Have A Head Left To Refreeze!’

Fringe Episode: Grey Matters It’s not impossible to find doctors who will still make housecalls in this day and age. Why, tonight’s Fringe episode opens with a medical professional who specializes in mobile brain surgery! Don’t worry, though – he’s a trained medical professional. The kind that travels with a getaway van and gun-toting henchmen. […]

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