Sunday, September 14, 2008

Stargate SG-1 - 6pm Weekday Rotation Episodes week Sept 16

From's schedulebot, the Stargate SG-1 6pm weekday rotation episodes for the week of September 16:

(No SG1 episode on Sept. 15.)


9/17/2008 MORPHEUS

9/18/2008 THE PEGASUS PROJECT - Guest starring Joe Flanigan (Lt. Col. John Sheppard), David Hewlett (Dr. Rodney McKay), Torri Higginson (Elizabeth Weir), Matthew Glave (Col. Paul Emerson), Sarah Strange (Morgan Le Fey), Gary Jones (Walter Harriman), David Nykl (Dr. Radek Zelenka), Chuck Campbell (Atlantis Technician) and Matthew Walker (Merlin)

9/19/2008 INSIDERS - Guest starring Cliff Simon as Ba'al

Photos courtesy of GateWorld

Stargate Atlantis - LAST Week of 5pm Weekday Rotation Episodes

From's schedulebot, the LAST week of Stargate Atlantis 5pm weekday rotation episodes -- next week, Star Trek: Enterprise takes the 5pm weekday rotation spot.

(No SGA episode on Sept. 15.)

9/16/2008 COUP D'ETAT

9/17/2008 MICHAEL - Guest starring Connor Trinneer

9/18/2008 INFERNO

9/19/2008 ALLIES

Photos courtesy of GateWorld

Teryl Rothery - Exosquad - Video: 'Resist'

Courtesy of HULU, Exosquad's 'Resist,' starring the voice talents of Lisa Ann Beley, Robby Benson, Michael Benyaer, Gary Chalk, Michael Donovan, Janyse Jaud, Wally Marsh, Richard Newman, John Payne and Teryl Rothery.

J.T. escapes from imprisonment, and with Exosquad, he joins forces with Sean and the Resistance squad to battle Phaeton.

Stargate SG-1 - Don S. Davis - 'Vipers' Premieres SciFi Channel Sept. 21

From the e-mail newsletter for the week of September 14, 2008:

SciFi Original Movie


After the slither comes the slaughter.

World premiere Sunday September 21 at 9/8C


NOTE: 'Vipers' was filmed in Vancouver, BC, Canada and stars Jonathan Scarfe, Claire Rankin (Stargate Atlantis' Dr. Kate Heightmeyer), Corbin Bernsen, Don S. Davis (Stargate SG-1's Maj. Gen. George Hammond), Michael Kopsa (Stargate SG-1's Gen. Kerrigan), Stephen E. Miller (Stargate Atlantis 'Outcast'), Aaron Pearl (Stargate SG-1's '1969,' and 'Lockdown') and Jessica Steen (Stargate SG-1's original Dr. Elizabeth Weir).

They were going to be the key to the cure for cancer, but now they're just biting and eating people. Due to a break-in at a medical research compound on a remote island, a horde of genetically enhanced snakes are set free to terrorize the island inhabitants. The survivors manage to seek refuge in an abandoned hotel, but it'll take a miracle to keep the randy snakes at bay when they start reproducing at exponential rates.