We’re right at about the halfway point of Dark Matter‘s second season and it seems like it only just started. That apparent time compression is a testament to just how exciting the episodes have been this year. That excitement can be seen daily on Joe’s blog and our weekly recaps in Dark Matter Digest. So chew on this …
The end of the weekend was capped with a couple of reviews of “We Voted Not to Space You”. There’s also a great interview with Roger Cross by Jamie Ruby of SciFi Vision. Fans were also invited to join the Dark Matter after-show held on Sundays. It’s a great place for discussion of the most recent episode and the show in general.
We finally got to see all the dog-themed pictures matched with their respective episodes, which really brightened Monday. Because Mondays need brightening. There’s several links to articles, including interviews with Joe himself and Jeff Teravainen (Lt. Anders). Definitely worth a read!
Joe and Akemi met up with Stargate favorite, and former holographic physician for the USS Voyager, Robert Picardo for a night out. Joe tells about their long-standing friendship and just how gracious Mr. Picardo is toward his fans. If you click on the link, you’ll also be treated to several photographs from Joe and Akemi’s time at the Powell Street Festival celebrating Japanese culture. It seems like they had a really fun day as a result of their outings.
A promo and sneak peek video for episode 206 were on hand in Wednesday’s entry. A couple of links speculating about the episode “We Should Have Seen This Coming” are shared. Joe also gave us a fun behind-the-scenes story about the previous episode, “We Voted Not To Space You” involving Android’s attempts to get arrested. I can appreciate that scene even more as a result.
I have to agree with Joe in today’s entry when he says how much he loves the stories about how a show that got turned down by numerous networks finally gets a chance and proves the naysayers wrong. Click on over and you’ll find several links to articles about such shows. They’re especially relevant since Dark Matter falls into that same category. Originally conceived as a TV series, it was made into a comic book after failing to find someone willing to pick it up. Then it finally made its way onto our screens after someone at Syfy finally realized it’s the kind of show they should be airing.
It’s game day again and we’re ready for the action! I love the title of episode 206. “We Should Have Seen This Coming” is a pretty fitting, almost perfect title for a Nyx (#Nyxyboots to you Twitter folk!) backstory. Like the other episodes, it also happens to be both chosen by fans and a line of dialogue from the episode. There are many links to preview articles that you’ll find interesting and Akemi gets Lasik! Apparently it smells “sort of like chicken yakitori”. I’m not sure how I feel about that.
Basking in the afterglow of another glorious episode, the weekend’s first entry brought forth many links to reviews, interviews, and reactions. There’s also a behind-the-scenes video interview with Melanie Liburd (Nyx). This entry is not to be missed.
See you next week, Raza crew!
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